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On the Docket 8-27-17

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July 6
Paul Allison was found guilty of speeding 11 to 15 miles an hour over the speed limit and was fined $75. Defendant must also pay $65 in court costs.

July 7
Ronald C. Hyer was found guilty of not using a seatbelt and was fined $50. Defendant must also pay $65 in court costs.

July 8
Mario Jovenal was found guilty of speeding six to 10 miles an hour over the speed limit. Defendant was fined $50 and must pay $65 in court costs.

July 10
David E. Sigeti was found guilty of failing to display a valid registration plate while parked, having an inoperable vehicle and improper regulation of weeds, brush piles and refuse. The defendant was fined $50 and the sentence was deferred until Aug. 1.

Melissa Pippincarson was found guilty of speeding 16 to 20 miles an hour over the speed limit. Defendant was fined $100 and must pay $65 in court costs.

Jonathan McClellan pleaded no contest to careless driving and was sentenced to community service and defensive driving school. The sentence was deferred until Sept. 10.

Jason Hammond was found guilty of infractions related to fences, hedges and gates. The sentence was deferred until Aug. 10.

David Lee was found guilty of having an inoperable vehicle and his sentence was deferred until July 24.

John Joseph Ambrosiano was found guilty of speeding six to 10 miles an hour over the speed limit. Defendant was fined $50 and must pay $65 in court costs.

Dina Glardon pleaded no contest to speeding six to 10 miles an hour over the speed limit. Defendant was sentenced to community service in lieu of fines. Sentence deferred until Sept. 10.

July 11
Lori M. Sietz was found guilty of failing to appear in court and was fined $25. Defendant must also pay $65 in court costs.

Jacob Wilkins was found guilty of having animals at large and failing to appear in court for a non-traffic violation. Defendant was fined $50 and must pay $120 in court costs.

Alyssa Roybal was found guilty of failing to appear in court and was fined $25. Defendant must also pay $65 in court costs.

Amiti Nastasia Banavar was found guilty of speeding six to 10-miles-an-hour over the speed limit. Defendant was fined $50 and must pay $65 in court costs.

Sean T. Hollander was fined $25 for speeding one to five-miles-an-hour over the speed limit and must pay $65 in court costs.

Andrew Tang was fined for failing to yield or stop at a traffic sign and must pay $65 in court costs.

Robyn Desjarding was found guilty of speeding six to 10-miles-an-hour over the speed limit. Defendant was fined $50 and must pay $65 in court costs.

Nital Pravin Patel was fined $25 for speeding one to five-miles-an-hour over the speed limit and must also pay $65 in court costs.

Robert Owczarek was found guilty of failing to yield or stop at a traffic sign. Defendant was fined $50 and must pay $65 in court costs.

Ryan Williams was fined $50 for speeding six to 10-miles-an-hour over the speed limit and must pay $65 in court costs.

Jacob Moore was fined $50 for speeding six to 10-miles-an-hour over the speed limit and must pay $65 in court costs.

July 12
Sharleen Espinoza was found guilty of speeding six to 10-miles-an-hour over the speed limit. Defendant was fined $50 and must pay $65 in court costs.

Daniel Shevitz was found guilty of failing to yield or stop at a traffic sign. Defendant was fined $50 and must pay $65 in court costs.

Marquise Barela was fined $25 for speeding one to five miles an hour over the speed limit and must pay $65 in court costs.

Annette Devlin was found guilty of failing to yield or stop at a traffic sign. Defendant was fined $50 and must pay $65 in court costs.

Yulin Shou was found guilty of speeding six to 10-miles-an-hour over the speed limit. Defendant was fined $50 and must pay $65 in court costs.