Sept. 30, 2007 Magistrate Dispositions

The following dispositions were recently filed in the Roosevelt County Magistrate Court:

• Alfred Tacorante, 39, pleaded no contest to the charges of aggravated driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor (second offense) and open container, and was ordered to serve 192 consecutive hours in the Roosevelt County Detention Center, two years supervised probation, enter into and successfully complete treatment, complete 48 hours of community service, have an ignition interlock device installed on any motor vehicle for a period of two years and pay court fees and fines.

• Janice Bounds, 42, pleaded guilty to the charge of aggravated driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor (second offense), roadways laned for traffic, stop, stand, parking outside a business/resident districts, and was ordered to serve eight days in the Roosevelt County Detention Center, two years supervised probation, attend the ASPEN program, enter into and successfully complete a treatment program, complete 48 hours of community service, have an ignition interlock device installed on any motor vehicle, and pay court fees and fines.

• Jayleana Banister, 19, pleaded guilty to contempt and was ordered to serve 364 days probation, attend the ASPEN program and pay court fees and fines.

• Herschell W. Milliron, 30, pleaded guilty to the charges of driving on suspended/revoked license, and was ordered to serve 357 days supervised probation, attend the ASPEN program, and pay court fees and fines.

• Liborio Baca, 22, pleaded no contest to the charges of possession of marijuana less than one ounce, and possession of drug paraphernalia, and was ordered to serve 379 days of supervised probation, attend the ASPEN program, and pay court fees and fines.

• Patrick Taylor Stack, 19, pleaded guilty to the charges of minor buying alcohol, and resisting, evading, obstructing an officer, and was ordered to serve 364 days supervised probation, attend the ASPEN program, complete 30 hours of community service, and pay court fees and fines.

• Ismael Ruiz, 30, pleaded guilty to the charges of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs (first offense) and speeding 35/25, and was ordered to serve one year supervised probation, attend the ASPEN program, complete DWI school, complete 24 hours of community service, have an ignition interlock device on any and all vehicles for a period of one year and pay court fees and fines.