Magistrate Court Dispositions, March 30, 2008

The following dispositions were filed recently in Roosevelt County Magistrate Court. According to reports:

Kaleb Aguirre, 19, pleaded guilty to charges of minor in possession of alcohol. He was ordered to pay $1,000 in fines with $900 suspended, as well as court costs, was sentenced to one year of supervised probation and to perform 30 hours of community service in a program relating to reducing the incidence of DWI.

Heather Brown, 22, pleaded guilty to charges of shoplifting under $250 and open container. She was ordered to pay $200 in fines as well as court costs.

Jaime Cordero, 48, pleaded guilty to charges of aggravated driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor/drugs (first offense), open container and driver must be licensed and stop sign violation. For the first offense, he was committed to the Roosevelt County Detention Center for 90 days, with 60 days suspended. He was also sentenced to one year of supervised probation and ordered to pay court costs and fines. He was also ordered to follow special conditions which included community service and attending an ASPEN program. He was also advised that his driver’s license may be suspended for a year and required to have an ignition interlock device installed on his vehicle for one year.

Haley Davis, 49, pleaded guilty to charges of possession of drug paraphernalia. She was sentenced to one year of supervised probation, to attend an ASPEN program and to pay court fees and costs.

Jose S. Enriquez, 31, was found guilty on charges of battery of a household member. The defendant was given a 364-day suspended jail sentence, was ordered to two years of supervised probation, ordered to attend an ASPEN program and to pay court costs and fees.

Michael Gerber, 19, pleaded guilty to charges of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor/drugs. He was sentenced to one year of supervised probation, ordered to attend an ASPEN program, follow other special conditions, do 48 hours of community service, have an ignition interlock device installed for one year and pay court costs and fines.

Rodolfo Hernandez, 26, pleaded guilty to charges of an open container. He was ordered to pay courts costs and fines.

Ingrid Martine, 19, pleaded guilty to charges of minor in possession of alcohol. The defendant was ordered to pay court costs and fees, sentenced to one year of supervised probation and ordered to attend an ASPEN program.

Armando Monta