Court Dispositons 11/23

Here are recent dispositions recorded in Curry County District Court:

° Raymond A. Gabbert pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary including battery. Sentenced to nine years in state prison, all but three suspended, with credit for 333 days served, and subject to two years parole release supervision. Placed on five years supervised probation with special conditions of drug and alcohol screening with treatment if needed, no contact with victim, payment of any mandatory fines, fees or costs required by statute, screening for potential sexual predator problems and treatment if needed, victim restitution to be determined, and following of treatment recommendations.
° Brenda Marie Green, 41, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Sentenced to 18 months in state prison, all suspended, with credit for 49 days served. Placed on 18 months supervised probation with $25 monthly probation fee and special conditions of $175 lab and DNA testing fees. Subject to one year parole release supervision if imprisoned.
° Christopher Shields, 23, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault on a household member and false imprisonment. Sentenced to two consecutive terms totaling three years in state prison (minimum security recommended) with credit for 42 days served. Subject to one year parole release supervision on each charge with special conditions of $100 DNA testing fee, restitution to be determined by probation office and long-term inpatient treatment.
° Sharla Goddard, 35, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance. Sentenced to three years in state prison, all suspended, with credit for 45 days served. Placed on three years supervised probation with $20 monthly probation fee and special conditions of completing an inpatient residential treatment for substance abuse totaling at least 12 months and $175 DNA testing and lab analysis fees. Subject to one year parole release supervision if imprisoned.
° John Henry Estrada, 19, pleaded guilty to burglary on a dwelling house and breaking and entering. Sentenced to two concurrent terms totaling 36 months in state prison with 18 months suspended, with credit for 163 days served, and subject to two years parole release supervision. Placed on 18 months supervised probation with $15 monthly probation costs and special conditions of no contact with any witnesses, victims or co-defendants, restitution on all charges including those dismissed in plea agreement, and $100 DNA testing fee.
° Romero Rene Lopez, 19, pleaded guilty to criminal damage to property under $1,000 and public affray. Judgment deferred 364 days for criminal damage and sentenced to 182 days in county jail for public affray. Placed on 364 days supervised probation with special conditions of anger management counseling, $100 DNA testing fee, and no contact with three specified individuals; if restitution is made within 182 days, probation to revert to unsupervised status.
° Jared Dixon, 33, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Sentenced to 18 months in state prison with credit for 77 days served, all suspended. Placed on supervised probation for same period with $20 monthly probation costs and special conditions of $175 lab and DNA testing fees, substance abuse screening and treatment if needed, and maintain steady employment providing proof of employment to probation office. Subject to one year parole release supervision if imprisoned.
° Justin D. Smith, 20, pleaded guilty to commercial burglary. Sentenced to 18 months in state prison with credit for four days served, all suspended. Placed on 18 months supervised probation with $15 monthly probation costs and special conditions of restitution to be determined by probation office, with authorization given to waive probation costs in lieu of restitution payments, and $100 DNA testing fee. Subject to one year parole release supervision if imprisoned.
° Gary Gill, 42, entered Alford plea (pleading guilty while maintaining innocence) to trafficking cocaine, and determined to be habitual offender with three prior sequential New Mexico felony convictions. Sentenced to 17 years in state prison with eight years suspended, credited for 340 days served, and subject to two year parole release supervision upon release. Ordered to pay $100 DNA testing fee and notations entered by court recommending that parole conditions include payment of $100 restitution and $75 lab fee and that prosecutors do not oppose placement in minimum security facility.
° Brandon Brown, 19, pleaded guilty to three counts of fraud by worthless check. Proceedings suspended, conditional discharge granted, and placed on three years supervised probation with special condition of victim restitution to be determined by probation office.
° Neal Byrd, 43, pleaded guilty to negligent use of a firearm. Sentenced to 182 days in state prison, all suspended, and placed on supervised probation for same period.
° Neal Byrd, 43, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, fourth or subsequent offense. Sentenced to 18 months in state prison or county jail, consecutive to firearms case, with credit for 54 days served and no good time allowed, all but six months suspended, and subject to one year parole release supervision following release. Placed on 12 months supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of alcohol and drug screening and treatment if needed, installation of ignition interlock on vehicle at own expense, MADD victim impact panel, and $240 lab, community, and DNA testing fees.
° Christina Mangine, 30, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Sentenced to 18 months in state prison with credit for 127 days served, all suspended. Placed on 18 months supervised probation with special conditions of $75 DNA fee, 28 day rehabilitation program in Roswell, and $75 DNA testing fee. Subject to one year parole release supervision if imprisoned.
° Fayetta Green, 43, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Sentenced to 18 months in state prison with credit for 15 days served, all suspended. Placed on 18 months supervised probation with $15 monthly probation costs and special conditions of substance abuse counseling and $175 lab analysis and DNA fee. Subject to one year parole release supervision if imprisoned.
° Darrell L. Hubby, 23, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and forgery. Sentenced to two concurrent terms totaling three years with credit for 207 days served, followed by two year parole release supervision on controlled substance charge and one year on forgery charge. Ordered to pay $100 DNA testing fee and victim restitution on all charges including those dismissed in plea agreement.

Here are recent dispositions recorded in Curry County Magistrate Court:

° Rene Robles, 32, pleaded no contest to three counts of fraud under $100. Sentenced to 180 days in county jail, all but 80 suspended, and $161 fees at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation cost and allowed to revert to unsupervised status when all costs paid.
° Roy L. Daniels, 22, pleaded not guilty to battery on a household member and assault on a household member. Found innocent in trial before judge of battery but guilty of assault. Sentenced to 180 days in county jail, all suspended, and $51 court costs and fees allowed to be served with jail time at $41.20 per day.
° Bernice Ortega, 42, pleaded guilty to open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle and failure to yield to emergency vehicle. Judgment deferred 90 days, placed on unsupervised probation for same period, and ordered to pay $110 court costs and fees at $50 per month.
° Larry McClendon, 46, pleaded guilty to battery on a household member. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, 182 suspended with credit for 46 days served, and $67 fees. Placed on 182 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special condition of no contact with victim. Allowed to serve additional jail time in lieu of fee payment.
° Jeremy Albright, 22, pleaded guilty to aggravated driving while intoxicated, failure to obey a red light, no insurance, expired registration, and open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, all but five suspended with credit for five days served, and $760 fines and fees. Placed on 360 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of attending alcoholics anonymous, DWI school, MADD victim impact panel, and alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed, installing ignition interlock at own expense, receiving mental health counseling, and performing 48 hours of community service.
° Jacob B. Roberts, 18, pleaded no contest to possession of alcohol by a minor. Sentenced to $567 fine, court costs and fees with $400 of fine suspended and placed on 182 days unsupervised probation with special conditions of performing 30 hours of community service at teen court related to reducing the incidence of driving while intoxicated, no possession of alcohol or drugs or association with those who do, and submitting to alcohol and drug tests at the request of courts or law enforcement.
° Jacob B. Roberts, 18, pleaded guilty to public affray. Sentenced to $567 fine, court costs and fees with $400 of fine suspended. Placed on 182 days unsupervised probation to run concurrent with term sentenced in separate case.
° Sam A. Gurule, 20, pleaded no contest to possession of less than one once of marijuana. Sentenced to 15 days in county jail, all but two suspended, and $217 fine, court costs and fees with $100 of fine suspended. Placed on 182 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of no possession of alcohol or drugs, substance abuse screening and treatment if needed, submitting to drug and alcohol testing at request of probation officer, law enforcement or courts, and allowing probation officer to visit him at home or work.
° Melinda Sandoval, 20, pleaded guilty to battery on a household member. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $67 fees. Placed on supervised probation for same period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of anger management classes through domestic violence shelter, no contact with victim and payment of restitution to be determined. Probation status allowed to revert to unsupervised after anger management classes completed.
° Shawn L. Shadley, 28, pleaded no contest to possession of less than one ounce of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $364 fine, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period.
° Larry C. Maes, 20, pleaded no contest to possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $464 fine, court costs and fees. Placed on 364 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of drug screening and treatment if needed, no possession or consumption of alcohol or drugs and no association with those who do, submission to testing at request of probation officer, law enforcement or court, and allowing probation officer to visit him at home or work.
° Samuel Quick, 22, pleaded guilty to criminal damage, assault and disorderly conduct. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, all but two suspended with credit for two days served, and $1,713 fine, court costs and fees with $1,500 of fines suspended. Placed on 180 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of no contact with victim and victim restitution to be determined.
° Leon Johnson, 38, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended or revoked. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 60 suspended with no good time authorized, and $375 fine and fees at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation fee and special conditions of installing vehicle immobilization device for 30 days at own expense and providing proof of valid license within probation period.
° Jorge Rascon, 36, pleaded guilty to failure to use seat belts, open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and aggravated driving while intoxicated, first offense (0.16 alcohol level or more). Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but seven suspended, and $675 fine, court costs and fees at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation fee and special conditions of attending DWI school, alcohol screening and treatment if needed, MADD victim impact panel, and installing vehicle ignition interlock.
° Irene Anaya, 47, pleaded no contest to battery on a household member. Judgment deferred 182 days, ordered to pay $67 court costs and fees, and placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special condition of obeying all laws, keeping court informed of address, attending anger management classes, and no contact with victim.
° James R. Mitchell, 22, pleaded no contest to driving while license suspended. Judgment deferred 120 days, ordered to pay $75 in fees, and placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special condition of obeying all laws.
° Brent Aucutt, 27, pleaded no contest to aggravated driving while intoxicated, first offense (refused testing). Sentenced to $499 fine, fee, and court costs and 182 days supervised probation with special conditions of installing vehicle ignition interlock and attending DWI school and MADD victim impact panel.
° Daniel Edwards, 19, pleaded no contest to driving while license suspended. Judgment deferred 129 days, ordered to pay $75 fees, and placed on 120 days supervised probation with special condition of obeying all laws.
° Larry C. Sena, 46, pleaded no contest to driving while license revoked, no registration and no insurance. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 90 suspended, with no good time allowed and $1,085 fine and fee with $400 of fine suspended at $50 per month. Placed on 274 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special condition of vehicle immobilization for 30 days.
° James Guster pleaded guilty to aggravated driving while intoxicated and negligent use of a deadly weapon. Judgment deferred 182 days on weapons charge and sentenced on DWI charge to 90 days in county jail with all but two suspended and $262 court costs and fees. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed, performing 48 hours community service, attending DWI school and MADD victim impact panel, and installing vehicle ignition interlock.
° Sylvester Taylor, 42, pleaded no contest to driving while license suspended. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 47 suspended with credit for 47 days served, and $59 court costs. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with special condition of obeying all laws.
° Debra Rodriguez, 31, pleaded guilty to attempted possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to concurrent terms totaling 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $264 court costs and fees. Placed on supervised probation for same period with $35 monthly probation costs and special condition of substance abuse screening and treatment. Authorization granted for probation supervision to be transferred to Belen.
° Debra Rodriguez, 31, pleaded guilty to shoplifting. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, all suspended, and $47 fees. Placed on 182 days probation consecutive to probation in meth and drug paraphernalia. case.
° Larry A. Gonzales, 26, pleaded no contest to driving while intoxicated, first offense. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, all suspended, and $215 fees. Placed on 364 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation cost and special conditions of attending MADD victim impact panel and DWI school, 48 hours community service, installing vehicle ignition interlock at own expense, and alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed.
° James E. Carrell, 70, pleaded guilty to no insurance, expired registration, and driving while intoxicated. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 60 to be suspended with no good time allowed, and $1,085 in fines, court costs and fees with $400 fine suspended. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with $35 monthly probation fee and special condition of installing vehicle immobilization device for 30 days.
° Miguel Ornelas, 20, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but 90 suspended, and $949 fine, fee and court costs at $50 per month. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with special conditions of ignition interlock, alcohol and drug screening with treatment if needed, and attending MADD victim impact panel.
° Michael Murphy, 44, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended. Judgment deferred 90 days, ordered to pay $75 court costs and fees, and placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special condition of obeying all laws.
° James Hickman, 35, pleaded guilty to assault on school personnel, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all but one suspended, and $161 fees. Placed on supervised probation for remaining period with special conditions of not being on Clovis High School property and writing letter of apology to high school principal, to be copied to probation officer and delivered to school principal.
° Ruby Rodriguez, 22, pleaded guilty to concealing identity. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, all but 30 suspended with credit for pretrial commitment, and credit for time served. Allowed to serve additional jail time in lieu of $351 fine. Placed on supervised probation for 152 days with $35 per month probation costs.
° Adrienne Macias, 18, admitted violating probation on May 5 conviction of four counts of battery on a household member and criminal trespass to property doing damage less than $1,000. Probation revoked and new sentence imposed of 364 days in county jail, 217 suspended, and credit for 174 days served in jail or on probation. Supervised probation continued 217 days with original special conditions continued of attending anger management classes and no contact with victim. Allowed to serve additional jail time at $41.20 per day in lieu of $275 fines, fees and bench warrant fee.
° Jason M. Couch, 21, pleaded no contest to assault. Judgment deferred 182 days, ordered to pay $51 court costs and fees, and placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special condition of obeying all laws.
° Adrienne Macias, 18, admitted violating probation on May 2 conviction for assault on a household member. Probation revoked and new sentence imposed of 182 days in county jail, all but 20 suspended with 20 days credit for time served. Supervised probation continued 162 days with $35 monthly probation fee and original special condition of attending anger management classes.
° Adelaida Gomez, 27, pleaded guilty to careless driving. Judgment deferred 90 days, ordered to pay $75 court costs and fees, and placed on unsupervised probation for same period.
° Noel Lopez, 22, pleaded guilty to driving without license. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, all suspended, and $375 fine and fees. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special condition of obeying all laws.
° Santiago Gutierrez, 19, pleaded guilty to battery on a household member. Judgment deferred 364 days, ordered to pay $67 fees, and placed on supervised probation for same period with $35 probation costs and special conditions of attending anger management classes and no contact with victim unless written waiver of no contact clause filed with probation officer.
° Kristy Leyba, 26, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, first offense, and failure to obey traffic sign. Sentenced to 90 days in county jail, all suspended, and $280 fees. Placed on 182 days supervised probation with $35 monthly probation costs and special conditions of attending DWI school, MADD victim impact panel, and alcohol abuse screening and treatment if needed, performing 48 hours community service, and installing vehicle ignition interlock at own expense.
° Martin Lopez, 37, pleaded guilty to concealing identity. Sentenced to 182 days in county jail, all but four suspended with credit for four days served, and $567 fine, court costs and fees with $500 fine suspended. Placed on 178 days unsupervised probation with special condition of obeying all laws.
° Baldemar Diaz Jr., 21, pleaded no contest to defective equipment, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and tampering with evidence. Sentenced to 364 days in county jail, all suspended, and $476 fine and fees. Placed on unsupervised probation for same period with special conditions of obeying all laws and notifying court in writing of any address change.
° Ruben Hernandez, 30, pleaded guilty to two counts of concealing identity. Sentenced to concurrent terms of 182 days in county jail, all but 47 suspended with credit for 47 days served, and $67 fees. Allowed to serve additional jail time at $41.20 per day in lieu of fees. Placed on 135 days unsupervised probation.
° Carlos Gomez, 18, pleaded guilty to possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. Sentenced to $175 court costs and fine; allowed to perform 37 hours of community service in Lighthouse in lieu of payment.
° Jaime Ontiveros, 19, pleaded guilty to minor in possession of alcohol. Sentenced to $445 fine, court costs and fees, granted credit for timer served in county jail and ordered to perform 30 hours of community service dedicated to reducing the incidence of driving while intoxicated.