2/12 Court dispositions

The following criminal dispositions were recently filed in the 9th Judicial District Court:

• Daniel Gutierrez, 31, was found guilty by a jury of kidnapping (first degree), aggravated battery against a household member, aggravated assault against a household member and is ordered to serve 18 years imprisonment followed by three years supervised probation and pay all fines and fees. A portion of his prison sentence was suspended and he will receive credit for two years, eight months and 24 days time served.

• James Ryan Lewter, 21, pleaded guilty to criminal sexual penetration, criminal sexual penetration (of a child 13 to 16 years old) and is ordered to serve 18 months imprisonment followed by one year supervised probation and pay all fines and fees. He will receive credit for two years, 26 days against his sentence of imprisonment.

• Enrique C. Chavez, 39, pleaded guilty to aggravated DWI (third offense) and is ordered to serve one year less one day imprisonment followed by 11 months supervised probation and pay all fines and fees. He will receive credit for one year less one day toward his prison sentence.

• Edward Ordonez, 29, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault on a peace officer and is ordered to serve three years imprisonment followed by one year supervised probation and pay all fines and fees. He will receive credit for one year and two days against his sentence.

• Sherry Smart, 51, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and is ordered to serve two years six months imprisonment followed by two years supervised probation and pay all fines and fees. Her prison sentence was suspended.

• James J. Lopez, 42, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, is adjudged to be a habitual offender and is ordered to serve 18 months imprisonment followed by one year supervised probation and pay all fines and fees. He will receive credit for eight days time served.

• Christina Mangine, 32, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, is adjudged to be a habitual offender and is ordered to serve four years imprisonment followed by one year supervised probation and pay all fines and fees. She will receive credit for three months, seven days time served against her sentence.