6/5 Court Dispositions

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

• Moses Estraca, 31, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering, aggravated burglary (armed after entering), aggravated assault (deadly weapon against a household member) and other allegations. He was ordered to serve five years supervised probation, pay all probation costs, pay all fines, attend a minimum of six months in-patient substance abuse treatment, provide a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Amanda Mitchell, 18, pleaded guilty to resisting, evading or obstructing an officer, possession of alcoholic beverages by a minor, possession of a controlled substance, use or possession of drug paraphernalia, and is ordered to serve 364 days supervised probation, pay $250 in fines, complete 30 hours community service related to reducing incidence of DWI, pay all probation costs, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Billy W. Meyers, 41, pleaded guilty to possession with the intent to distribute a controlled substance and is ordered to serve 18 months supervised probation, pay a $5 domestic violence offender treatment fee, pay all probation costs, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Katrina Cash, 29, pleaded no contest to possession with the intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine) and is ordered to serve three years supervised probation, pay all probation costs, pay a $75 chemical testing fee, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Lorraine Maes, 46, was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance and is ordered to serve one year imprisonment by the Department of Corrections followed by one year supervised parole. Maes will receive credit for 70 days pre-sentence confinement.

• David Pacheco, 48, pleaded guilty to forgery, possession of a controlled substance (heroin) and is ordered to serve four and one half years supervised probation, successfully complete a long-term substance abuse treatment program, pay all probation costs, pay a $75 chemical testing fee, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.