July 30, 2006 Court Dispositions

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

• Patrick L. Chavez, 36, was found guilty by a jury of possessing a controlled substance and adjudged to be a habitual offender; and ordered to serve four years and one year, six months imprisonment, and pay all fines and fees. He will receive credit for 18 months against his sentence, and four months and 12 days for time served.

• Loraine Maes, 48, was found guilty by a jury of bringing contraband into a prison and possessing a controlled substance; and ordered to serve 18 months and 15 days imprisonment followed by six months and 15 days supervised probation, and pay all fines and fees. She will receive credit for six months against her sentence, and two months and 12 days for time served.

• Jesus Trevino, 45, pleaded guilty/no contest to aggravated DWI in a second offense; and was ordered to serve one year less one day imprisonment, and pay all fines and fees. He was given credit of 11 months to be served on supervised probation.

• Rosalinda Luna, 46, pleaded guilty/no contest to aggravated DWI in a second offense; and was ordered to serve one year less one day imprisonment followed by one year less six days supervised probation, have an ignition interlock device installed on any vehicle she may drive, and pay all fines and fees. She will receive credit for one year less six days to be served on supervised probation.

• Hector Fierro, 54, was found guilty by a jury of driving under the influence of liquor or drugs in a fourth offense, driving with a suspended or revoked license, failure to maintain a traffic lane and failure to carry proof of financial responsibility; and was ordered to serve 18 months imprisonment followed by six months supervised probation, and pay all fines and fees. He will receive credit of six months to be served on probation and four days time served.

• Arthur Daniels, 41, pleaded guilty/no contest to driving under the influence of liquor or drugs in a fourth offense; and was ordered to serve six months imprisonment followed by six months probation, and pay all fines or fees. He will receive credit against his sentence for one month and 11 days served.

• Jesse Zamora, 42, pleaded guilty/no contest to aggravated battery; and was ordered to serve six months and nine days imprisonment, and pay all fines and fees. He will receive credit for six months and nine days time served.

• Orlando Silas, 29, was found guilty by a jury of battery against a household member; and was ordered to serve one year less one day imprisonment, and pay all fines and fees. His prison sentence was suspended in place of one year less one day supervised probation.

• Brian Bell, 21, pleaded guilty/no contest to possessing a controlled substance and bringing contraband into jail; and was ordered to serve 18 months imprisonment per charge, and pay all fines and fees. His sentence of imprisonment was suspended in place of 18 months supervised probation.

• Shuntae Byrd, 28, pleaded guilty/no contest to battery against a household member and possessing drug paraphernalia; and was ordered to serve one year less one day per charge, and pay all fines and fees. The prison sentence was suspended in place of one year less one day supervised probation.

• Aaron Long, 21, pleaded guilty/no contest to receiving stolen property valued between $250 and $2,500; and was ordered to serve 18 months imprisonment, and pay all fines and fees. His sentence of imprisonment was suspended in place of 18 months supervised probation.

• Eloy Flores, 40, pleaded guilty/no contest to driving under the influence of liquor or drugs in a second offense; and was ordered to serve one year less one day imprisonment, and pay all fines and fees. The sentence was credited 11 months supervised probation in place of imprisonment.

• Joseph Gurule, 31, pleaded guilty/no contest to driving under the influence of liquor or drugs in a fourth offense; and was ordered to serve one year less one day imprisonment, and pay all fines and fees. His sentence was credited 11 months supervised probation in place of imprisonment.

• Anthony Romo, 44, pleaded guilty/no contest to aggravated DWI; and was ordered to serve 18 months imprisonment, followed by six months supervised probation, pay all fines and fees, and allow an ignition interlock device to be placed on any vehicle he may drive. He received credit of one year in addition to 35 days time served.

• Michael Strain, 34, pleaded guilty/no contest to breaking and entering; and was ordered to serve one year less one-day imprisonment, and pay all fines and fees. His sentence was suspended in place of one year less one day supervised probation.

• Cirilo Borjas, 39, pleaded guilty/no contest to possessing a controlled substance; and was ordered to serve 18 months imprisonment, and pay all fines and fees. He received credit for one year and 22 days against his sentence and five months and eight days time served.

Compiled by CNJ staff writer Sharna Johnson. She can be contacted at 763-6991 or:
sharna_johnson@link.freedom.com