Nov. 28 —

Recent cases in Roosevelt County Magistrate Court, according to court documents:

Nov. 3

• Shane McNicoll, born in 1980, pled guilty to battery on a household member, with the charged amended down to a misdemeanor and a charge of defective equipment dismissed, as per a plea agreement. McNicoll was sentenced to 39 days in jail with credit for time served, 689 days of supervised probation, probation costs of $30 per month and $73 in fines and fees.

• Placido Duran, born in 1989, pled guilty to attempting to sell or give alcohol to a minor, with the charge amended down to a misdemeanor and all other charges dismissed as per a plea agreement. Duran was sentenced to 364 days supervised probation and $73 in fines and fees.

Nov. 2

• Tyler Odneal, born in 1990, pled no contest to minor in possession of alcohol. Odneal was sentenced to 182 days supervised probation with monthly costs of $30 and $73 in fines and fees.

Oct. 27

• Jimmy Carley, born in 1967, pled guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and charges of possession of less than 1 ounce of marijuana and abuse of aerosol were dismissed as per a plea agreement. Carley was sentenced to 364 days supervised probation and $248 in fines and fees.

• Lance Graf, born in 1992, pled guilty to a first offense of DWI and presenting false evidence of age or identity and other charges were dismissed as per a plea agreement. Graf was sentenced to 364 days of supervised probation with costs of $30 per month, and $294 in fines and fees.

• Anthony Luna, born in 1966, pled no contest to charges of assault on a household member as per a plea agreement. Luna was sentenced to 182 days of supervised probation with costs of $30 per month and $73 in fines and fees.

• Maurcio Tostado-Vasquez, born in 1989, pled guilty to a first offense of DWI. Tostado-Vasquez was sentenced to 67 days in jail with credit for time served beginning Aug. 20 and four days in jail in lieu of $241 in fines and fees.

• Armando Pena, born in 1978, pled guilty to battery on a household member as per a plea agreement. Pena was sentenced to two years of supervised probation with costs of $30 per month and $173 in fines and fees.

• Sky Cassady, born in 1976, pled guilty to a second offense of DWI and a charge of not wearing a safety belt was dismissed as per a plea agreement. Cassady was sentenced to four days in jail, two years of supervised probation with costs of $30 per month and $741 in fines and fees. The probation was to run concurrent with that from another case.

Oct. 26

• Ignacio Gomez, born in 1980, pled no contest to vicious animals/dogs running at large. Gomez was sentenced to 90 days of unsupervised probation and $173 in fines and fees.

• Ashley Whitt, born in 1990, pled no contest to minor in possession of alcohol. Whitt was sentenced to 12 months supervised probation, with the possibility of probation becoming unsupervised after six months if all conditions were completed, and $173 in fines and fees.

• Rebecca Clark, born in 1991, pled no contest to minor in possession of alcohol. Clark was sentenced to 12 months supervised probation, with the possibility of probation becoming unsupervised after six months if all conditions were completed, and $173 in fines and fees.

• Christopher Mosier, born in 1989, pled no contest to minor in possession of alcohol. Mosier was sentenced to 364 days of supervised probation, with the possibility of probation becoming unsupervised after six months if all conditions were completed, and $173 in fines and fees.

• Mark Douglas, born in 1989, pled guilty to littering and expired registration. Douglas was sentenced to 182 days of supervised probation and $434 in fines and fees.

• Roman Rojo, born in 1992, pled guilty to resisting, evading or obstructing an officer as per a plea agreement. Rojo was sentenced to 364 days supervised probation and $73 in fines and fees.

• Bryan Sena, born in 1990, pled no contest to minor in possession of alcohol and open container. Sena was sentenced to 364 days supervised probation, with the possibility of probation becoming unsupervised after all conditions were met, and $259 in fines and fees.