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Local Courts: On the Docket 09-05-12

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Aug. 16

The Los Alamos Magistrate Court found Ricardo Navarro guilty of driving while under the influence of liquor or drugs with a blood alcohol level of .08. The original charge was aggravated first-degree DWI.

Navarro was ordered to undergo supervised probation for 364 days and pay a court fee of $241.

Conditions of probation include obeying all laws and keep from being arrested while on probation. Navarro must also comply with all conditions of probation, which include not possessing or drinking of alcohol or entering an establishment where liquor is served.

Navarro cannot possess a firearm or any other weapon or destructive device while still on probation. Navarro must meet with a probation officer within seven days of his sentence and maintain contact with the officer throughout his probation.
Navarro must also perform 24 hours of community service within three months of his undergoing probation.

Navarro must also participate in a drug and alcohol treatment program that must include at least six sessions, as well as screening. He must also complete DWI school within 90 days.

Navarro also must successfully complete the state’s Victim Impact Program within 90 days, obtain an interlock ignition device on all vehicles driven by Navarro, and the device must remain on the vehicles for one year.

Navarro must also obtain an interlock license, good for one year. Navarro will pay all costs associated with the installation of the interlock devices as well.
Aug. 21

The Los Alamos Magistrate Court found Peggy M. Myer guilty of driving while under the influence of liquor or drugs with a blood alcohol level of .08

Myer was ordered to supervised probation for 364 days and pay a court fee of $241.

Conditions of probation include obeying all laws and keep from being arrested while on probation. Myer must also comply with all conditions of probation, which include not possessing or drinking of alcohol or entering an establishment where liquor is served. Myer cannot possess a firearm or any other weapon or destructive device while still on probation.

Myer must meet with a probation officer within seven days of his sentence and maintain contact with the officer throughout his probation. Myer must also perform 24 hours of community service within three months of his undergoing probation.

Myer must also participate in a drug and alcohol treatment program that must include at least six sessions, as well as screening. She must also complete DWI school within 90 days.

Myer also must successfully complete the state’s Victim Impact Program within 90 days, obtain an interlock ignition device on all vehicles driven by Myer, and the device must remain on the vehicles for one year.

Myer must also obtain an interlock license, good for one year. Myer will pay all costs associated with the installation of the interlock devices as well.

The Los Alamos Magistrate Court found Jonathan Atencio guilty of disorderly conduct. The original charge was assault on a household member.

Atencio was ordered to pay $71 in court cost as well as supervised probation for 182 days.

Conditions of probation include obeying all laws and keep from being arrested while on probation. Atencio must also comply with all conditions of probation, which include not possessing or drinking of alcohol or entering an establishment where liquor is served.

Atencio cannot possess a firearm or any other weapon or destructive device while still on probation.

Atencio must meet with a probation officer within seven days of his sentence and maintain contact with the officer throughout his probation. Atencio must also attend anger management classes.
Aug. 28

The Los Alamos Magistrate Court found Collie M. Jennings guilty of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Jennings was ordered to pay a $50 fine and $148 in court costs.

The Los Alamos Magistrate Court found Kenneth G. Hagedorn guilty of driving under the influence of liquor and/or drugs.

Hagedorn was ordered to pay $241 in court fees and undergo 364 days of supervised probation.
Conditions of probation include obeying all laws and keep from being arrested while on probation.

Hagedorn must also comply with all conditions of probation, which include not possessing or drinking of alcohol or entering an establishment where liquor is served.

Hagedorn cannot possess a firearm or any other weapon or destructive device while still on probation.
Hagedorn must meet with a probation officer within seven days of his sentence and maintain contact with the officer throughout his probation.

Hagedorn must also perform 24 hours of community service within three months of his undergoing probation.

Hagedorn must also participate in a drug and alcohol treatment program that must include at least six sessions, as well as screening.

Hagedorn also must successfully complete the state’s Victim Impact Program within 90 days, obtain an interlock ignition device on all vehicles driven by Hagedorn, and the device must remain on the vehicles for one year.

Hagedorn must also obtain an interlock license, good for one year; the license may be shortened to six months if the judge and probation officer agree. Hagedorn will pay all costs associated with the installation of the interlock devices as well.

The Los Alamos Magistrate Court found Nicholas Hagerman guilty of driving while under the influence of liquor or drugs with a blood alcohol level of .08.

Hagerman’s original charge was aggravated driving while under the influence of drugs with a blood alcohol level of .16.
Hagerman was order to under go supervised probation for 364 days and pay a court fee of $241.

Conditions of probation include obeying all laws and keep from being arrested while on probation. Hagerman must also comply with all conditions of probation, which include not possessing or drinking of alcohol or entering an establishment where liquor is served.

Hagerman cannot possess a firearm or any other weapon or destructive device while still on probation.

Hagerman must meet with a probation officer within seven days of his sentence and maintain contact with the officer throughout his probation.

Hagerman must also perform 24 hours of community service within three months of his undergoing probation.

Hagerman must also participate in a drug and alcohol treatment program that must include at least six sessions, as well as screening. He must also complete DWI school within 90 days.

Hagerman also must successfully complete the state’s Victim Impact Program within 90 days, obtain an interlock ignition device on all vehicles driven by Hagerman, and the device must remain on the vehicles for one year.

Hagerman must also obtain an interlock license, good for one year. Hagerman will pay all costs associated with the installation of the interlock devices as well.

Aug. 30

The Los Alamos Magistrate Court found Charles J. Sterba guilty of disorderly conduct.

Sterba was sentenced to 182 days of supervised probation and order to pay a $73 court fee.

Conditions of probation include obeying all laws and keep from being arrested while on probation.

Sterba must also comply with all conditions of probation, which include not possessing or drinking of alcohol or entering an establishment where liquor is served.

Sterba cannot possess a firearm or any other weapon or destructive device while still on probation. Sterba must meet with a probation officer within seven days of his sentence and maintain contact with the officer throughout his probation.

Sterba must also submit to urinalysis tests at the officer’s discretion.