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On The Docket 03-26-14

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Records derived from Los Alamos Municipal and Magistrate Court.
March 19

Agatha E. Marquez was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of speeding one to five miles an hour over the speed limit in a school zone. Defendant was fined $30 and ordered to pay $65 in court costs.
March 20

Lucia E. Moulton was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of failing to yield/stop at a sign. Defendant was fined $50 and ordered to pay $65 in court costs.

La Leng was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of speeding six to 10 miles an hour in a school zone. Defendant was fined $100 and ordered to pay $65 in court costs.

Jennifer Fuseller was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of failing to display current, valid registration while parked. Defendant was fined $50.

Deidre N. Freer was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of speeding six to 10 miles an hour over the speed limit. Defendant was fined $50 and ordered to pay $65 in court costs.

Christopher Stubben was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of failing to display current, valid registration while parked. Defendant was fined $50.

March 21

Harold Quintana was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of stopping, standing or parking in a prohibited or specified space. Defendant was fined $50.

March 24

Xiaoxi Wu was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of failing to display current, valid registration while parked. Defendant was fined $50.

Deidre N. Freer was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of speeding six to 10 miles an hour over the speed limit. Defendant was fined $50 and ordered to pay $65 in court costs.

Louie Moya was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of driving with a suspended license. Sentencing is deferred, provided probation conditions are met. If conditions of the deferred sentence are met, then the charge will be dismissed, but a record of the charge will still exist. Order will become final April 24.
Defendant was sentenced to 30 days of unsupervised probation and ordered to pay $181 in court costs.
Probation conditions include: Notifying the court of a change of address within 48 hours. Defendant shall obey all state, federal and local laws. Upon successful completion of deferral conditions charge(s) will be dismissed. Deferral period shall be 30 days. Defendant shall refrain from receiving any other citations during the deferment period. If the defendant fails to comply with the requirements set forth, the deferment agreement shall be forfeited. Deferred fines will be imposed and citations will be reported to the Department of Motor Vehicles accordingly. A bench warrant also may be issued for the defendant’s arrest.

Melissa Porter pled no contest to charges leveled by the Los Alamos Magistrate Court of driving with a suspended license and not having car insurance. Sentencing is deferred, provided probation conditions are met. If conditions of the deferred sentence are met, then the charge will be dismissed, but a record of the charges will still exist. Order will become final May 24. Defendant was fined $142.
March 25

Luke Westfall was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of three counts of failing to appear in court and one count of failing to have proper car insurance and one count of faulty tail lamps. Defendant was fined $200 and ordered to pay $300 in court costs. The tail lamp citation was deferred until April 23.

Connie Gartz was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of having animals at large. Defendant was fined $25 and ordered to pay $60 in court costs.

Nannette K. Sparks was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of not properly displaying current, valid registration plate. Defendant was fined $60 and ordered to pay $65 in court costs.

Adrienne R. Vigil was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of not having proper car insurance, and speeding six to 10 miles an hour over the speed limit. Defendant was fined $100 and ordered to pay $65 in court costs. The speeding citation was deferred until May 23. Defendant was also sentenced to defensive driving school.

Deidre N. Freer was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of speeding six to 10 miles an hour over the speed limit. Defendant was fined $50 and ordered to pay $65 in court costs. Sentencing was deferred until May 23. Defendant was also sentenced to defensive driving school.

Ingrid Bucher was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of not having an operator/chauffeur license. Defendant was fined $25 and ordered to pay $65 in court costs.

Shawn Deryke was found guilty by the Los Alamos Magistrate Court of aggravated driving while intoxicated on liquor and/or drugs with a blood alcohol level of .16 or higher.
Defendant was sentenced to eight days in the Los Alamos County Detention Center and 48 hours of community service. Defendant was also placed on two years of supervised probation, fined $500 as well as ordered to pay $241 in court costs.
Probation conditions include:
Defendant will meet with probation officers within seven days and maintain contact as instructed.
The defendant is to participate in alcohol education classes or treatment with at least 10 sessions, 28 day inpatient or 90 day outpatient.
The defendant is to participate in alcohol education classes or treatment with at least six sessions. Defendant must also obtain an ignition interlock license and have an interlock ignition device installed on all vehicles defendant drives for one year. The defendant will pay all costs associated with installing the interlock devices as well.
Defendant will obey all laws and not be arrested, indicted, charged or convicted of any other offense. Defendant will comply with all court ordered conditions of probation. Defendant shall not possess or consume alcohol or enter a liquor establishment. Defendant must contact the probation officer prior to leaving New Mexico.
The defendant must also commit to paying $25 a month probation fees to the Los Alamos Municipal Court.

Michael Linzey was found guilty by the Los Alamos Magistrate Court of driving while under the influence of drugs. The original charge was driving under the influence of driving while under the influence of liquor and/or drugs, causing bodily injury.
Defendant was sentenced to seven days in the Los Alamos Detention Center and 48 hours of community service, Electronic monitoring allowed.
Defendant was also sentenced to two years of supervised probation. Defendant was also fined $500 and ordered to pay $241 in court costs. Probation conditions include:
Defendant will meet with probation officers within seven days and maintain contact as instructed.
The defendant is to participate in alcohol education classes or treatment with at least 10 sessions, 28 day inpatient or 90 day outpatient.
The defendant is to participate in alcohol education classes or treatment with at least six sessions. Defendant must also obtain an ignition interlock license and have an interlock ignition device installed on all vehicles defendant drives for one year. The defendant will pay all costs associated with installing the interlock devices as well.
Defendant will obey all laws and not be arrested, indicted, charged or convicted of any other offense. Defendant will comply with all court ordered conditions of probation. Defendant shall not possess or consume alcohol or enter a liquor establishment. Defendant must contact the probation officer prior to leaving New Mexico.