- Special Sections
- Public Notices
Phillip Roibal, 52, of Los Alamos, pleaded no contest in Los Alamos Municipal Court on contempt of court charges for a probation violation and three charges of failure to appear in court. Judge Alan Kirk found Roibal guilty on all the charges and he was sentenced to five days in jail in lieu of fines. He still has to pay the remainder of $629.
Marvin Baca, 57, of Chimayó, pleaded no contest in municipal court to contempt of court for a probation violation and for failure to appear in court or pay court fees. Kirk dismissed the case.
Joseph Gutierrez, 46, of Española, pleaded guilty in municipal court to three charges of failure to appear in court or pay court fees and one charge of improper stopping, starting or turning. Kirk ordered Gutierrez to 29 days and five hours of jail time in lieu of $1,460 in fines.
Ernesto Sena, 31, of Española, pleaded guilty in municipal court to failing to stop at a stop sign before making a right-hand turn. He was ordered to pay a $50 fine and $46 in court fees.
Austin Brown, 27, of Los Alamos, pleaded guilty in municipal court to following too closely leading to a rear-end accident. Kirk deferred Brown’s sentence for 60 days pending that he receives no additional citations and completes a defensive driving course in the meantime. He also has to pay a $46 court fee.
Jesse Klebesadel, of Los Alamos, pleaded no contest in Los Alamos Magistrate Court to negligent use of a deadly weapon. Klebesadel was initially also charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor — a charge that was dismissed by the prosecution. Judge Pat Casados ordered Klebesadel to six months of supervised probation and to pay a $73 court fee.
Robert Moore, of Albuquerque, pleaded guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court to driving under the influence of drugs - second offense - as part of a plea agreement. He was initially charged with a first offense of aggravated DWI, careless driving, driving while on a suspended or revoked license, and having an open container in a motor vehicle. Casados ordered Moore to install an ignition interlock device in his vehicle, enter an alcohol and drug screening program and pay $741 in court fees and fines.
Kathleen Gibbs, of Los Alamos, pleaded not guilty in magistrate court to driving while under the influence of liquor and drugs, first offense. Casados found Gibbs guilty of the charge and sentenced her to a year of probation, to perform 24 hours of community service and pay $241 in court fees.
Nikki Bombek, of Los Alamos, was found guilty in magistrate court of four counts of embezzlement, over $250 but not more than $500, and one count of misdemeanor embezzlement, between $250 and $500, as part of a plea agreement. She was initially charged with two counts of unauthorized computer access - both fourth degree felonies; two counts of fourth degree felony embezzlement; three counts of misdemeanor embezzlement; and two counts of petty misdemeanor embezzlement. The remaining charges were dismissed or amended as part of the plea agreement. Casados ordered Bombek to approximately five years of supervised probation and to pay a $285 court fee.