8/7 Court Dispositions

The following criminal dispositions were filed in 9th Judicial District Court:
• Robert Celestino Cordova Sr., 53, pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated battery on a household member with a deadly weapon, robbery and is ordered to serve five years supervised probation, complete a substance abuse screening program and required treatment, complete and anger management course, pay $5 for the domestic violence offender treatment fee, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Teresa Anthony, 31, pleaded guilty to three counts of forgery, unlawful receipt of property, two counts of fraudulent use of a credit card and is ordered to serve six months imprisoned by the department of corrections followed by two and one-half years supervised probation, pay all probation costs, pay $5 for the domestic violence offender treatment fee, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Francisco Bustos, 41, pleaded guilty to embezzlement (over $250), extortion and is ordered to serve two years and nine months supervised probation, pay probation costs, pay $5 for the domestic violence offender treatment fee, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Toni Gonzales, 29, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit distribution of controlled substance (methamphetamines) possession of a controlled substance and is ordered to serve three years supervised probation, pay $5 for the domestic violence offender treatment fee, pay all probation costs, complete 150 hours community service, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Mary L. Romero, 45, pleaded guilty to embezzlement over $2500 and is ordered to serve one year imprisoned by the Department of Corrections followed by two years supervised probation, pay $5 for the domestic violence offender treatment fee, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Vincente D. Davila, 19, pleaded guilty to forgery and is ordered to serve three years supervised probation, pay a $75 lab testing fee, complete 70 hours of community service, pay $5 for the domestic violence offender treatment fee, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Sandy R. Spell, 43, pleaded guilty to aggravated driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor (second offense) and is ordered to serve 90 days incarceration in the Curry County Adult Detention Center followed by 274 days supervised probation, pay all fines and fees, attend a MADD victim impact panel, allow an ignition interlock device be placed on any vehicles he may drive, perform 48 hours community service and complete a 28-day inpatient treatment program.

• David D. Jones, 41, pleaded guilty to driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor (fourth offense) is adjudged to be a habitual criminal offender and is ordered to serve six months (less two days) in the Department of Corrections followed by two and one-half years (less two days) of supervised probation, pay $5 for the domestic violence offender treatment fee, pay all fines and fees, attend a MADD victim impact panel, allow an ignition interlock device be placed on any vehicles he may drive, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Ryan A. Ramos, 19, pleaded no contest to two counts of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) and is ordered to serve three years supervised probation, complete a substance abuse screening program and required treatment, pay $5 for the domestic violence offender treatment fee, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Georgina L. Trebing, 31, pleaded no contest to two counts of possession with the intent to distribute and is ordered to serve three years supervised probation, complete the Aspen program, become gainfully employed, pay $5 for the domestic violence offender treatment fee, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.

• Anthony Gutierrez, 23, pleaded no contest to failure to stop upon striking an unattended vehicle, leaving the scene of an accident involving damage to vehicles, and is ordered to serve 90 days supervised probation, pay $5 for the domestic violence offender treatment fee and is urged by the court to obtain a GED.

• Johnny Gutierrez, 21, pleaded guilty to four counts of forgery (making or altering) and is ordered to serve one year less 36 days imprisoned by the Department of Corrections followed by two years supervised probation, pay $5 for the domestic violence offender treatment fee, pay all probation costs, complete 300 hours community service, pay a $1,000 fine, submit a DNA sample and pay a $100 testing fee.