March 15 Public Record

The following criminal cases were recently closed through the 9th Judicial District Court.

To view individual cases, visit http://www.nmcourts.gov /caselookup/app and search by case number.

Searches can also be conducted using last name, first name and by comparing the case number to the search returns.

Under the “Register of Actions Activity” section of each case, activity is listed most recent to oldest, going down the page.

Feb. 18 through Feb. 24:

• D-911-CR-200500159 Sonia Olivas, 29, sentence following a probation violation on charges of forgery.

• D-911-CR-200700103 Robert Blair, 33, order revoking probation following a violation on charges of aggravated assault against a household member and possession of a controlled substance.

• D-911-CR-200800037 Jesse Lujan, 21, guilty plea and order suspending sentence on charges of aggravated fleeing a law enforcement officer and driving under the influence.

• D-911-CR-200800110 Alfredo Encinias, 28, guilty plea and order suspending sentence on charges of possession of a controlled substance and tampering with evidence.

• D-911-CR-200800158 Heriberto Martinez, 27, guilty plea and order suspending sentence on a charge of abandonment or abuse of a child.

• D-911-CR-200800167 Heriberto Martinez, 27, guilty plea and order suspending sentence on two counts of criminal damage to property.

• D-911-CR-200800185 Sonia Valadez, 29, guilty plea and sentence on two counts of forgery.

• D-911-CR-200800188 Sonia Valadez, 29, guilty plea and sentence on two counts of bribery, intimidation or retaliation against a state’s witness.

The following cases were recently closed through magistrate court:

March 2

• Manuel Olivas Jr., 23, was found guilty of aggravated driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor (2nd) and open container. He was sentenced to eight days in Roosevelt County Detention Center, 2-years supervised probation, ordered to attend the ASPEN program, complete 48 hours of community service, and pay court costs, fines and fees.

• Tanya Cameron, 26, was found guilty of possession of paraphernalia and possession of marijuana, less than one ounce. She was sentenced to 364-days supervised probation, ordered to attend the ASPEN program and pay court costs, fines and fees.

• Christopher Cobb, 21, was found guilty of resisting, evading, and obstructing an officer. He was sentenced to 364-days unsupervised probation, ordered to attend the ASPEN program, and pay court costs, fines and fees.

• Evan Hults, 19, was found guilty of minor in possession of alcohol and resisting, evading, and obstructing an officer. He was ordered to pay $300 fine for minor in possession. He was sentenced to 364-days supervised probation, ordered to attend the ASPEN program, complete 60 hours of community service, and pay court costs, fines and fees.

• Jesus Meza, 20, was found guilty of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs (1st) and speeding. He was sentenced to year supervised probation, ordered to attend the ASPEN program, DWI School, perform 24 hours of community service and pay court costs, fines and fees.

March 5

• Francisco Franco, 22, was found guilty of failure to give immediate notice of accident and driving without a license. He was sentenced to 90-days unsupervised probation, ordered to attend the ASPEN program and pay court costs, fines and fees.

• Miguel Wiggins, 18, was found guilty of minor in possession of alcohol. He was given one year supervised probation, ordered to attend the ASPEN program, perform 30 hours of community service, and pay court costs, fines and fees.