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Kenneth Vigil was found guilty in Los Alamos Municipal Court of speeding 11 to 15 mph over the speed limit after a trial. Judge Alan Kirk ordered him to pay $121 in court fees and fines.
Brian Halladay was found guilty in Municipal Court of having an expired license plate while parked. Kirk ordered him to pay $25 court fees and fines.
Marcos Ervies-Bojorquez was found guilty in Municipal Court of failure to use a seatbelt and speeding six to 10 mph over the speed limit. He was ordered to pay $192 in court fees and fines.
Jack Schelebo was found guilty in Municipal Court to speeding 11 to 15 mph over the speed limit and two counts of failure to appear in court or pay court fees. Kirk ordered Schelebo to pay $311 in court fees and fines.
Charges against Jesus Armando-Jaquez for expired registration, failure to show proof of insurance, failure to have a drivers license and three counts of failure to appear in court were dismissed in Municipal Court. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement deported Armando-Jaquez.
Cort Gautier was found guilty in Municipal Court to having an expired license plate while parked. Kirk ordered Gautier to pay $25 in court fees and fines.
William Aplin, of Albuquerque, pleaded no contest in Los Alamos Magistrate Court to careless driving. Judge Pat Casados found Aplin guilty, deferred his sentence for 90 days pending he complete a driver’s education course and receive no additional citations. He was ordered to pay $81 in court fees.
Jerred Martinez, of Albuquerque, was found guilty in Magistrate Court of DWI – first offense. Martinez was initially charged with two counts of child abuse, one charge of failure to maintain lane, and failure to display registration plates. The prosecutor dismissed the latter four charges. Casados sentenced Martinez to DWI school, participate in a Victim Impact Panel and enter into a year of supervised probation. He was ordered to pay $241 in court fees.
Delbert Romero, of Los Alamos, pleaded no contest in Magistrate Court to battery. Casados found Romero guilty and deferred his sentence with unsupervised probation until Dec. 19 pending he complies with all terms and conditions of that probation as part of a plea agreement. Casados ordered him to pay $73 in court fees. In a separate case, Romero pleaded no contest to battery as part of another plea agreement. He was initially charged with aggravated battery and assault, threat or menacing conduct. Casados ordered him to 182 days of unsupervised probation and to pay another $73 in court fees.