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Local Courts: On the Docket 12-12-12

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Dec. 4

Daniel Rodarte was found guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court of being under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
Rodarte was ordered to pay $215 in court costs and another $100 in bench warrant fee and was ordered to undergo a year of supervised probation.
Conditions of probation include obeying all laws and not be arrested or convicted of any other offense while on probation. Defendant will comply with all conditions of probation. Defendant will also enter and participate in all alcohol and drug screening programs, with at least six sessions recommended. Defendant shall also participate and complete DWI school within 90 days. The defendant shall also enter and successfully complete the Victim Impact program within 90 days.
The defendant shall also obtain an ignition interlock license and have ignition interlock devices installed on all cars defendant will be driving for one year.  The defendant shall not enter an establishment that buys or sells alcohol. Defendant shall not possess a firearm, destructive device or weapon. Defendant must meet with probation officer within seven days and maintain contact. Defendant must also perform 24 hours of community service within three months.

Lonny R. Wood was found guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court of disorderly conduct. Wood was ordered to pay $73 in court costs and undergo unsupervised probation for 180 days.
Conditions of probation include obeying all laws and not be arrested or convicted of any other offense while on probation. Defendant will comply with all conditions of probation.

Aaron Lopez was found guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court of using or possessing drug paraphernalia.
Lopez was fined $50 and was ordered to also pay $148 in court costs.

Valerie A. Dewulf was found guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court of careless driving and speeding. Dewulf was fined $50 and was ordered to also pay $142 in court costs. There is also a deferred fine of $30 in relation to the speeding charge.
Dewulf received a deferred sentence, provided she carries out all the terms and conditions set forth by the court. If she succeeds in meeting said terms and conditions, then the charges will be dismissed, though records of the charges against her will still exist.

Dec. 6

Stella Terrazas was found guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court of driving while under the influence of liquor and/or drugs with a .08 blood alcohol level.
Terrazas was ordered to pay a $100 fine as well as $241 in court costs. She was also ordered to undergo a year of supervised probation.

Aaron Victor Lopez was found guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court of driving while under the influence of liquor and/or drugs with a .08 blood alcohol level.
Lopez was ordered to pay $241 in court costs. He was also ordered to undergo a year of supervised probation.

Peter Blossom was found guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court of criminal damage to household property (under $1,000).
Blossom was ordered to pay $73 in court costs and undergo unsupervised probation from 182 days.
Conditions of probation include obeying all laws and not be arrested or convicted of any other offense while on probation. Defendant will comply with all conditions of probation. The defendant shall not enter an establishment that buys or sells alcohol. Defendant shall not possess a firearm, destructive device or weapon.

Jesus Velazco was found guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court of being under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. Velazco was ordered to pay $241 in court costs and is ordered to undergo a year of supervised probation.

Dec. 11

Zachary Sanchez was found guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court of driving while under the influence of liquor and/or drugs with a .08 blood alcohol level. The original charge was aggravated driving while under the influence of liquor and/or drugs with a blood alcohol level of .16 or above.
Sanchez was ordered to pay a $500 fine and $241 in court costs. He was then ordered to the Los Alamos Detention Center for 364 days with 21 days of credit for time served with 343 days suspended. He is to also undergo supervised probation for five years.
Probation conditions are:
Alcohol screening and treatment is recommended by the provider with at least 10 sessions.

Gerald F. Heck was found guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs with a blood alcohol level of .08. The original charge was driving under the influence of drugs.
Heck was ordered to pay $241 in court costs and must undergo 364 days of supervised probation.