Public Record, Police Blotter (Dec. 18)

Public Record
The following dispositions were recently filed in magistrate court:

Phillip Encinias, 25, pleaded no contest to aggravated driving while under the influence, concealing identity, resisting, evading or obstructing an officer, no insurance and open container and is ordered to serve a 365-day sentence (364 days suspended) and two years probation, attend the ASPEN program, attend a M.A.D.D. victim impact panel, complete an alcohol screening, complete 48 hours of community service, install an ignition interlock device and pay $1,044 in fines.

Donnie Bainer, 44, pleaded no contest to aggravated driving while intoxicated and is ordered to serve a 90-day sentence (88 days suspended) and one year of probation, complete DWI school, attend the ASPEN program, attend a M.A.D.D. victim impact panel, complete an alcohol screening, complete 48 hours of community service, install an ignition interlock device and pay $215 in fines.

Manuel Limas, 23, pleaded guilty to driving on revocked license and is ordered to serve a 364-day sentence (357 days suspended) and 357 days probation, attend the ASPEN program and pay $375 in fines.

Brandon Browning, 19, pleaded guilty to possession of alcoholic beverage by a minor and is ordered to attend the ASPEN program, complete 30 hours of community service and pay $1,067 in fines ($900 suspended).

Amanda Sweetman, 24, pleaded guilty pursuant to a discharge of possession of drug paraphernalia and is ordered to serve 364 days of probation, attend the ASPEN program and contribute $50 to Crimestoppers.

Cornelio Gomez, 24, pleaded no contest to resisting/evading/obstructing an officer and is ordered to serve a 364-day sentence (315 days suspended) and 315 days probation, attend the ASPEN program and pay $67 in fines.

Matthew Maestas, 45, pleaded no contest to concealing identity and receiving stolen property and is ordered to serve a 364-day sentence (304 days suspended) and 304 days probation, attend the ASPEN program and pay $134 in fines.

Rodolfo Hernandez, 24, pleaded guilty to aggravated driving while intoxicated, driving on suspension, immediate notice of accident, criminal damage and reckless driving and is ordered to serve a 364-day sentence (356 days suspended) and two years probation, attend the ASPEN program, complete an alcohol screening, perform 48 hours of community service, attend a M.A.D.D. victim impact panel, enter a treatment program, install an ignition interlock, enter an in-patient treatment program and pay $1,277 in fines.

Jonathan Cordova, 21, pleaded no contest to aggravated driving while under the influence and is ordered to serve a 364-day sentence (356 days suspended) and two years probation, attend the ASPEN program, complete an alcohol screening, perform 48 hours of community service, attend a M.A.D.D. victim impact panel, enter a treatment program, install an ignition interlock, enter an in-patient treatment program and pay $715 in fines.

Emilio Olivas, 50, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence, speeding (53 in a 40), no driver’s license, driving on revocation and no insurance and is ordered to serve a 364-day sentence (334 days suspended) and three years and 357 days of probation, attend the ASPEN program, complete an alcohol screening, perform 96 hours of community service, attend a M.A.D.D. victim impact panel, enter a treatment program, install an ignition interlock, enter an in-patient treatment program and pay $1,615 in fines.

Joel Combs, 18, pleaded no contest pursuant to a conditional discharge to possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana and is ordered to serve 364 days probation, attend the ASPEN program and pay $80 in fines.

Nicholas Baca, 43, pleaded no contest to two counts of aggravated driving while intoxicated, assault on a peace officer and driving on revocation and is ordered to serve a 364-day sentence (214 days suspended) and three years probation, attend the ASPEN program, complete an alcohol screening, perform 96 hours of community service, attend a M.A.D.D. victim impact panel, enter a treatment program, install an ignition interlock, enter an in-patient treatment program and pay $2,182 in fines.

The following disposition was recently filed in district court:
Carlos Anaya, 34, pleaded guilty to aggravated driving while under the influence and is ordered to serve a 364-day sentence (356 days suspended) and 356 days probation, perform 48 hours of community service, enter the ASPEN program and pay $500 in fines.

The following marriage licenses were recently filed at the Roosevelt County Courthouse:
Anthony Valdo, 20, and Julianna Bacon, 20, both of Portales.

Donald Thomas, 39, of Portales, and Suzanne Nickles, 35, of Nampa, Idaho.

Justin Rains, 18, and Casey Ford, 18, both of Portales.

Police Blotter
The following is a sampling of calls received in the past week by Portales
police dispatchers. According to the reports:

Dec. 9
• At 11:51 a.m. a caller reported an accident with injuries at 12th Street
and South Abilene. The investigation was handled by state police. Injured were transported to Roosevelt General Hospital.
• At 2:52 p.m. a caller reported another accident with injuries on West
Fourth Street. An injured person refused medical transport.

Dec. 10
• At 10:20 a.m. a report of a barn on fire near Third and Kilgore was
received. Portales Fire Department responded.
• At 11:52 a.m. Portales police investigated a case where a car had run
through a fence at a park on the corner of Railroad and Juniper. Police
ended up making an arrest on a narcotics violation and towing the car.
• At 8:52 p.m. a caller reported that a male suspect had broken into her
garage on East Second. It was unknown if anything was missing.

Tuesday
• At 7:17 a.m. a grass fire west of Causey was reported. Causey Fire
Department responded.
• At 2:45 p.m. a caller reported that four storage units on West
Commercial had been broken into.

Wednesday
• At 11:53 a.m. a burglary was reported. No address was noted on the
report.
• At 12:21 p.m. a grass fire was reported near a well house on Roosevelt
Road 6
• At 11:35 p.m. a caller reported their house on Redwine Quincy had been
broken into and things stolen. State police investigated.

Thursday
• At 10:02 a.m. state police were alerted to an auto accident with
injuries at Causey. One person was transported to RGH by ambulance.
• State police investigated another accident at 2:41 p.m. that day. This
time in Kenna involving two vehicles.