Sept. 10, 2006 Court Dispositions

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

• Randall Quinn, 43, pleaded guilty to aggravated DWI (third offense). He was ordered to serve one year less one-day imprisonment, followed by nine months and four days supervised probation, and pay all fines and fees. All but 90 days of his imprisonment was suspended in favor of probation.

• Larry J. Lucero, 40, pleaded guilty to aggravated fleeing a law enforcement officer. He was adjudged to be a habitual offender and ordered to serve four years imprisonment followed by 18 months supervised probation and pay all fines and fees. He received credit for one year, seven months and 20 days against his sentence.

• Patrick L. Chavez, 35, pleaded no contest to abandonment or abuse of a child. He was ordered to serve 18 months imprisonment, and pay all fines and fees. He was given credit for six months and seven days served.

• Linda Samora, 25, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance, and was adjudged to be a habitual offender. Her imprisonment sentence was suspended in place of 18 months supervised probation and payment of all fines and fees.

• Jesus M. Mirelez, 26, pleaded guilty to distribution of a controlled substance. His sentence was suspended in favor of three years unsupervised probation and payment of all fines and fees.

• Dustin Grider, 24, was found guilty by a jury of possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia, and adjudged to be a habitual offender. He was ordered to serve 18 months supervised probation and pay all fines and fees.

• Leo Mares, 56, pleaded guilty to battery upon a peace officer and resisting, evading or obstructing a peace officer. He was ordered to serve 18 months imprisonment followed by 18 months, and pay all fines and fees. He received credit for six months served.

• Deborah Jean Thomas, 48, pleaded guilty to six counts of forgery. Her sentence of imprisonment was suspended in favor of three years supervised probation and payment of all fines and fees.

• Juan Soliz, 22, pleaded no contest to aggravated fleeing a law enforcement officer and possession of marijuana. He is ordered to serve 18 months imprisonment and pay all fines or fees.

• Quincy Davis, 24, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and disorderly conduct. His sentence of imprisonment was suspended in favor of six months supervised probation and payment of all fines or fees.