Feb. 13 — Public record

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

Jan. 18

• Roberto Lizarraga, born in 1987, pleaded no contest to a second offense of aggravated DWI. Lizarraga was sentenced to 30 days in jail with a pre-sentence confinement of two days, two years of supervised probation, an additional 15 days in jail for possession of marijuana and $869 in fines and fees.

• Roberto Lizarraga, born in 1987, pleaded guilty to a third offense of aggravated DWI, open container, driving on a suspended or revoked license and resisting, evading or obstructing an officer. Lizarraga was sentenced to 120 days in jail with 31 days pre-sentence credit, three years of supervised probation and $1,799 in fines and fees.

Jan. 20

• Joseph Kelby Widener, born in 1987, pleaded guilty to a second offense of DWI and charges of driving on a suspended or revoked license, failure to stay right and failure to stop were dismissed as per a plea agreement. Widener was sentenced to four days in jail, two years of supervised probation and $721 in fines and fees.

Jan. 25

• Jose J. Rodriguez, born in 1943, pleaded no contest to fishing with two poles without a two-pole stamp. Rodriguez’s sentence was deferred for 30 days and was to pay $73 in fines and fees.

Jan. 27

• Apolinar Sigala, born in 1968, pleaded guilty to driving on a suspended or revoked license and not having insurance. Sigala was sentenced to four days in jail with credit for pre-sentence confinement beginning Jan. 21, 360 days of supervised probation and $630 in fines and fees.

Jan. 28

• Janice Wali, born in 1971, pleaded no contest to issuance of worthless checks. Wali was sentenced to pay restitution of $80.61 and $231 in fines and fees.

Jan. 31

• Carlos Tapia, born in 1980, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce. Tapia was sentenced to 2 days in jail with pre-sentence confinement credit of two days, 362 days of supervised probation and 376 in fines and fees.

• John Montoya, born in 1951, pleaded guilty to larceny under $250. Montoya was sentenced to 182 days of supervised probation and $273 in fines and fees.

• Michael Moncallo, born in 1981, pleaded not guilty to driving on a suspended or revoked license, but was found guilty. Moncallo was sentenced to seven days in jail, 357 days of supervised probation and $481 in fines and fees.

Feb. 1

• Michael Hawthorne, born in 1984, pleaded guilty to being an accessory to larceny less than $250. Hawthorne was sentenced to 182 days supervised probation and $173 in fines and fees.