11/6 Court Dispositions

The following criminal dispositions were filed in the 9th Judicial District Court between Oct. 19 and Oct. 29:

• Ismael S. Marez, 47, driving under the influence of liquor or drugs (Seventh or more offense). He was ordered to serve two years less 69 days of imprisonment, followed by one year of supervised probation and to pay all fines and fees, including $100 for DNA identification.

• Joe G. Valero, 48, pled guilty to possession of a controlled substance. He was ordered to serve 30 days of imprisonment, followed by 11 months of supervised probation and to pay all fees and fines, including a $100 DNA identification fee.

• Joe M. Chavez, 44, was found guilty by a jury of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting, evading and obstructing a peace officer, concealing identity, indecent exposure, disorderly conduct, and was adjudged to be a habitual offender. He was ordered to serve one year and six months less one day of imprisonment, to pay all fees and fines, including $100 for DNA identification.

• Dominic Saiz, 63, pled guilty to driving under the influence of liquor or drugs (fourth offense). He was ordered to serve four months less two days of imprisonment, followed by 244 days of supervised probation and to pay all fees and fines, including a $100 DNA identification fee.

• Tabitha Burgess, 21, pled guilty to distribution of marijuana and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. She was ordered to serve seven months less 13 days of imprisonment, followed by 18 months of supervised probation and to pay all fines and fees.

• Rachel Annette Carve, 41, pled guilty to possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute and to distribution of marijuana (two counts). She is ordered to serve 18 months less 20 days of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised probation and to pay all fines and fees, including a $100 DNA identification fee.

• Gregory Owens, 33, pled guilty to driving under the influence of liquor or drugs (second offense), to possession of marijuana (one ounce or less) and to consuming or possession of an open container of alcoholic beverage. He was ordered to serve 30 days in jail followed by one year less 22 days of supervised probation, to allow an interlock ignition device to be placed on all vehicles he drives and to pay all fines and fees.

• Willie James Acy, 37, pled guilty to unlawful taking of a motor vehicle. He was ordered to serve eight months less three days of imprisonment and to pay all fines and fees, including a $100 DNA identification fee.

• Wilma Stotts, 58, pled guilty to possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (two counts). She was ordered to serve three years of supervised probation and to pay all fines and fees, including a $100 DNA identification fee.

• Mark A. Martin Jr., 21, pled guilty to false imprisonment, assault and to criminal damage to property (less than $1,000). He was ordered to serve six months and two days of supervised probation and to pay all fines and fees.

• Van L. Askew, 43, pled guilty to driving under the influence of liquor or drugs (fourth offense), aggravated DWI (second offense) and to consuming or possession of an open container of alcoholic beverage (two counts). He was ordered to serve 364 days of imprisonment followed by one year less eight days of supervised probation, to allow an ignition interlock device to be installed on any vehicles he drives and to pay all fines and fees. He received credit for 358 days of imprisonment already served.

• Hector H. Cabral, 22, pled guilty to possession of a controlled substance and attempted possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute (cocaine). He was ordered to serve one year less one day of supervised probation and to pay all fines and fees.

• Lisa Stallings, 34, pled guilty to aggravated DWI (first offense). She was ordered to serve two days of imprisonment, followed by one year less one day of supervised probation and to pay all fines and fees.

• Darnell James, 32, pled guilty to embezzlement ($250 to $2,500). He was ordered to serve 18 months of imprisonment and to pay all fines and fees, including a $100 DNA identification fee. He received credit for 18 months of imprisonment already served.

• James W. Day, 37, pled guilty to resisting, evading or obstructing an officer and to criminal damage to property (less than $1,000). He was ordered to serve 182 days of imprisonment, followed by 118 days of supervised probation and to pay all fines and fees. He received credit for 182 days of imprisonment already served.