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On The Docket 11-21-13

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The information pertaining to these cases was derived from the dockets of the Los Alamos Municipal and Magistrate Courts.
Nov. 12

Daniel Reass was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of battery, pled down from the original charge of battery against a household member. Defendant was ordered to pay $73 in court fees and also received a deferred sentence of 182 days of supervised probation.
Probation conditions include: Defendant will meet with probation officers within seven days and maintain contact as instructed. Defendant will obey all laws and not be arrested, indicted, charged or convicted of any other offense. Defendant shall not possess a firearm or other deadly weapon. Defendant will comply with all court ordered conditions of probation. Defendant shall not possess or consume alcohol or enter a liquor establishment. The defendant must also report to probation within seven days and commit to paying $25 a month in probation fees.
Nov. 13

Willie E. Haynes was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of improper stopping, standing, or parking. Haynes was fined $50.
Nov. 14

Jeffrey Aslin was found guilty by the Los Alamos Magistrate Court of driving while under the influence of liquor and/or drugs. Police said he had a blood alcohol level of .08.
He was fined $741 and ordered to pay $241 in court costs.
He was ordered to serve three years of supervised probation.
Probation conditions include: Defendant will meet with probation officers within seven days and maintain contact as instructed. Defendant will obey all laws and not be arrested, indicted, charged or convicted of any other offense. Defendant shall not possess a firearm or other deadly weapon.
Defendant shall also enroll in either a 28-day inpatient alcohol addiction treatment program or 90-day outpatient program. Defendant shall obtain an interlock device and have an interlock devices installed on every vehicle the defendant uses for three years, and shall pay all costs associated with the installation of said devices. Defendant will comply with all court ordered conditions of probation. Defendant shall not possess or consume alcohol or enter a liquor establishment. The defendant must also report to probation within seven days and commit to paying $25 a month in probation fees. Defendant shall also perform 96 hours of community service .

Aaron M. Freeseha was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of driving under the influence of liquor and drugs. Police said he had a blood alcohol level of .08. He was ordered to pay $241 in court costs, and was sentenced to a year of supervised probation.
Probation conditions include: Defendant will meet with probation officers within seven days and maintain contact as instructed. Defendant will obey all laws and not be arrested, indicted, charged or convicted of any other offense. Defendant shall not possess a firearm or other deadly weapon.
Defendant shall also successfully complete DWI school within 90 days. Defendant shall also enroll at least six sessions of an alcohol addiction treatment program. Defendant shall obtain an interlock device and have an interlock devices installed on every vehicle the defendant uses for three years, and shall pay all costs associated with the installation of said devices. Defendant will comply with all court ordered conditions of probation. Defendant shall not possess or consume alcohol or enter a liquor establishment. The defendant must also report to probation within seven days and commit to paying $25 a month in probation fees. Defendant shall also perform 96 hours of community service.

Desiree Nitz was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of improper stopping, standing, or parking, failing to pay court fines and/or fees. Nitz was fined $75 and ordered to pay $46 in court costs.

Michael McNiel was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of failing to pay court fees and/or fines. He was ordered to pay $65 in court costs. Sentence was deferred until Dec. 13.

Bernard Ryan was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of careless driving and causing an accident. He was ordered to pay $65 in court costs. Sentence was deferred until Jan. 14.

Tirso Arenales-Hernandez was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of having an expired registration. Defendant was fined $25 and ordered to pay $65 in court costs.
Nov. 18

Adam Talachy was found guilty by the Los Alamos Magistrate Court of larceny (less than $250) and criminal trespass. He was ordered to pay $126 in court costs and received a deferred sentence to undergo 90 days of supervised probation.
Probation conditions include: Defendant will meet with probation officers within seven days and maintain contact as instructed. Defendant will obey all laws and not be arrested, indicted, charged or convicted of any other offense. Defendant shall not possess a firearm or other deadly weapon. Defendant will comply with all court ordered conditions of probation. Defendant shall not possess or consume alcohol or enter a liquor establishment. The defendant must also report to probation within seven days and commit to paying $25 a month in probation fees. Defendant shall also perform 100 hours of community service by Jan. 18.

Natalie D. Aragonez was found guilty by the Los Alamos Magistrate Court of speeding 26 to 30 miles an hour over the speed limit and careless driving. Defendant was ordered to pay $142 in court costs and received a deferred sentence of 90 days supervised probation.
Probation conditions include: Defendant will obey all laws and not be arrested, indicted, charged or convicted of any other offense. Defendant must also notify the court of change of address within 48 hours.
Upon successful completion of deferral conditions, charge(s) will be dismissed. Deferral period shall be 90 days. Defendant shall refrain from receiving any other citations during the deferment period. If the Defendant fails to comply with the requirements set froth, the deferment agreement shall be forfeited. Deferred fines will be imposed a citation(s) will be reported to the Department of Motor Vehicles accordingly. A bench warrant may be issued for the defendant’s arrests.

Mark D. Henins was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of two counts of failing to appear. Defendant was fined $50 and ordered to pay $160 in court costs.

Andrea F. Gersti was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of having an expired registration. Defendant was ordered to pay $46 in court costs. Sentence was deferred until Dec. 18.

Anthony Belian was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of having an expired registration. Defendant was fined $25 and ordered to pay $65 in court costs.

Stanley Moore pleaded no contest to charge of having inoperable vehicles, and outdoor storage of materials by the Los Alamos Municipal Court. He was ordered to pay $120 in court costs. Sentence was deferred until Feb. 18.

Annabell F. Gonzales was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of not having proper car insurance and improper turning. Defendant was fined $225 and ordered to pay $130 in court costs.

Robert Moore was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of improper stopping, standing, or parking. Defendant was fined $50.

Cynthia Waisner was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of improper stopping, standing, or parking. Defendant was fined $50.

Nov. 19
Travis Martinez was found guilty by the Los Alamos Magistrate Court of two counts of battery, pled down from the original charge of battery against a household member. Defendant received a deferred sentence of 182 days of supervised probation. He was also ordered to pay $126 in court costs.

Probation conditions include: Defendant will meet with probation officers within seven days and maintain contact as instructed. Defendant will obey all laws and not be arrested, indicted, charged or convicted of any other offense. Defendant shall not possess a firearm or other deadly weapon. Defendant will comply with all court ordered conditions of probation. Defendant shall not possess or consume alcohol or enter a liquor establishment. The defendant must also report to probation within seven days and commit to paying $25 a month in probation fees. Defendant shall also attend court-ordered counseling.

Erwin Primero-Rodriguez was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of two counts of failing to appear, failing to produce registration and not having a proper chauffeur’s license.
Defendant was fined $150 and ordered to pay $138 in court costs. For the registration charge, his sentence was deferred until Dec. 18.

Mark D. Henins was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of parking in a handicapped space. In lieu of fines, he was sentenced to community service.

Richard L. Cox was found guilty by the Los Alamos Municipal Court of having an expired registration and not having proper car insurance. Defendant was ordered to pay $130 in court costs.