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5th District Court News

TWIN FALLS COUNTY

FELONY SENTENCINGS

Alonzo Gonzalez, 19, Twin Falls; possession of a controlled substance, $285.50 costs, $500 public defender, $1,000 fine, seven years penitentiary, three determinate, four indeterminate, 23 days credited, retained jurisdiction, sentence to run concurrent with 2016 Gooding county case. Violation of a no contact order third offense, five years penitentiary, three determinate, two indeterminate, retained jurisdiction, sentence to run concurrent with 2016 Gooding county case in addition to other charge in this case.

Colby Douglas Redgrave, 27, Twin Falls; delivery of a controlled substance, $285.50 costs, $6,881.41 restitution, six years penitentiary, three determinate, three indeterminate, credit for time served, 365 days retained jurisdiction.

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE SENTENCINGS

Derik Craig Wentworth, 38, Jerome; DUI second offense, $1,000 fine, $1,000 suspended, $202.50 costs, $75 pubic defender, 180 days jail , 175 suspended, 10 days discretionary, one day credited, guilty withheld judgment, 365 days restricted drivers license, 24 months supervised probation, one year interlock device, attend court alcohol school and victim impact panel.

Raymond Razaqi, 34, Twin Falls; DUI excessive, $1,000 fine, $1,000 suspended, $202.50 costs, $75 public defender, 180 days jail, 175 suspended, 10 days discretionary, five days credited, guilty withheld judgment, 365 days restricted drivers license, 24 months supervised probation, one year interlock device, attend victim impact panel and court alcohol school.

Aristeo Zamora Bucio, 44, Twin Falls; DUI second offense within 10 years, $1,000 fine, $1,000 suspended, $202.50 costs, $75 public defender, 180 days jail, 175 suspended, 10 days discretionary, one day credited, guilty withheld judgment, 365 days restricted drivers license, 24 months supervised probation, one year interlock device, attend victim impact panel and court alcohol school.

Justin Ryan Loyd Bonawitz, 28, Filer; DUI excessive, $1,000 fine, $1,000 suspended, $202.50 costs, $75 public defender, 180 days jail, 175 suspended, 10 days discretionary, two days credited, guilty withheld judgment, 365 days restricted drivers license, 24 months supervised probation, one year interlock device, attend victim impact panel and court alcohol school.

Krystal Yvonne Kinney, 31, Twin Falls; DUI, $400 fine, $202.50 costs, $75 public defender, 180 days jail, 176 suspended, one day credited, guilty withheld judgement, 24 hours work detail, 180 days restricted drivers license, 12 months supervised probation.

George William Young, 35, Twin Falls; DUI, $400 fine, $202.50 costs, $75 public defender, 180 days jail, 176 suspended, one day discretionary, 24 hours work detail, 180 days restricted drivers license, 12 months supervised probation.

Jaime Morales Juarez, 24, Gooding; DUI, $400 fine, $202.50 costs, 180 days jail, 176 suspended, one day credited, guilty withheld judgment, 24 hours work detail, 180 days restricted drivers license, 12 months supervised probation, consume no alcohol.

Jeffrey Alan Proctor Jr., 31, Twin Falls; DUI second offense, $500 fine, $202.50 costs, 365 days jail, 285 suspended, 20 days discretionary, three days jail, 365 days suspended drivers license, 24 months supervised probation.

Heidi Lee Watson, 50, Twin Falls; DUI, $400 fine, $202.50 costs, $75 public defender, 180 days jail, 177 suspended, two days credited, guilty withheld judgment, eight hours work detail, 180 days suspended drivers license, 12 months supervised probation.

Abby Rose Pinell, 26, Twin Falls; DUI excessive, $400 fine, $202.50 costs, 365 days jail, 345 suspended, 10 days discretionary time, one day credited, guilty withheld judgment, 365 days suspended drivers license, 12 months supervised probation.

Faith Marie Evans, 24, Twin Falls; DUI excessive, $500 fine, $202.50 costs, 365 days jail, 345 suspended, 10 days discretionary, one day credited, one day credited, 12 days supervised probation.

Martin Diaz, 22, Wendell; DUI second offense within 10 years, $1,000 fine, $1,000 suspended, $202.50 costs, 180 days jail, 175 suspended, 10 days discretionary, one day credited, guilty withheld judgment, 365 days restricted drivers license, 24 months supervised probation, attend victim impact panel and court alcohol school.

DIVORCE CIVIL PROCEEDINGS

Christine Siler v. Karl Siler

Thomas Hayes v. Anissa Hayes

Jerry Schwenson v. Lynda Schwenson

Jamie Junier v. Anthony Junier

Jason Benjamin v. Jamie Benjamin

Thomas Walker v. Barbara Walker

Nola Tolk v. John Tolk

Tracy Rue v. Sandra Rue

Rita Ruhter v. Robert Bowman

Kyle Golightly v. Chelsey Golightly

Kenneth Johnson v. Elisa Johnson

Patrick Wilson v. Sarah Wilson

Mikayla Ririe v. Niel Anthony Dolores

Erika Robbins v. Adam Robbins


Local
Subway donates subs to Salvation Army

TWIN FALLS — Twin Falls Subway restaurants are providing 200 subs for those in need on Tuesday.

Homeless and low-income individuals can attend the annual Day of Giving at noon on Tuesday at the Salvation Army. The nonprofit serves approximately 75 meals each day and the Day of Giving allows them to move the allocated funds for that day to another program.

The public is also encouraged to give by donating items including food, toothbrushes, toothpaste, socks, undergarments and gently used or new tennis shoes for men and women. Subway will provide a $6 cash card in exchange for donations dropped off at noon at the Salvation Army, 348 Fourth Ave. N., in Twin Falls.


Education
CSI gets $3K grant to start refugee symposium

TWIN FALLS — The College of Southern Idaho will receive a $3,000 grant to organize a two-day symposium about the refugee crisis in America.

The Idaho Humanities Council made the announcement Friday.

Money will “help support a two-day symposium examining issues related to the refugee crisis in America, past and present,” according to a statement from the council. “The conference will include legal scholars, historians, social scientists, refugees and will be designed for students, teachers, and community members.”

The Idaho Humanities Council — a nonprofit — is awarding a total of $59,205 in 31 grants to organizations and individuals this spring. Funding support came from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

CSI symposium organizers weren’t available to comment Friday.

Here are other south-central Idaho grant recipients:

Public programs

Trailing of the Sheep Cultural Heritage Center, Inc. (Hailey): $2,000 to support a presentation by filmmaker Stanzin Dorjai at the 2017 Trailing of the Sheep Festival. His documentary film is titled, “Shepherdess of the Glaciers.” His colleague will lead a workshop on working with cashmere.

The Community Library (Ketchum): $3,500 to help support the annual Ernest Hemingway Festival.

Teacher incentive grants

Amy Schlatter, Syringa Mountain School (Hailey): $1,000 for a hands-on, experimental field trip for fourth-graders to visit historical towns, buildings and mines, and participate in a primitive survival skills workshops.


Print-specific
Yellowstone takes measures to prevent mussels' spread

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park officials are installing barriers in front of boat launches in an attempt to prevent invasive mussels recently discovered in Montana from spreading to the park and into the Columbia River Basin.

Invasive mussel larvae have been found in Montana’s Tiber Reservoir and are suspected in Canyon Ferry Reservoir. They can spread quickly, clogging pipes, displacing native species and causing other environmental problems.

The moveable barriers will be installed at launches at Yellowstone and Lewis lakes to keep uninspected boats from entering the lakes when check stations and entry points aren’t staffed in the early mornings and at night, the Jackson Hole News and Guide reported (http://bit.ly/2rCu4bM). They will keep uninspected boats from entering the lakes when check stations and entry points are not staffed.

“We don’t want to be known as the park that allowed zebra mussels to enter the Columbia Basin,” Yellowstone fisheries supervisor Todd Koel said.

The Columbia River Basin is the network of waterways from Canada to Wyoming and across the Pacific Northwest that drains into the river that flows into the ocean.

Yellowstone rules require that all watercraft are inspected. Park officials use high-temperature pressure washers to make sure that vegetation, animals and debris are removed from boats before they arrive at boat launches.

Most vessels used in the park’s waters come from Montana, Wyoming and Idaho, according to boater registration data.


Local
Stork report: births at St. Luke’s Magic Valley

St. Luke’s Magic Valley

Carson Gary Cook, son of Whitney Lynn and Gary Todd Cook of Twin Falls, was born June 7, 2017.

Jaymeson Joseph Gronenthal, son of Trisha Jeanette and Brian Aloysius Gronenthal of Twin Falls, was born June 7, 2017.

Kamdyn Grey Luevano, son of Celene Dianne Spearing of Twin Falls, was born June 7, 2017.

Natalia Annaleise Ramirez, daughter of Mai’da Damian and Austin Ramirez of Twin Falls, was born June 7, 2017.

Carson Gerard Squatrito, son of Ruth Edna Kennison-Squatrito and Vincent Gerard Squatrito of Jackpot, Nev., was born June 8, 2017.

Jonathan Ricardo Hernandez, son of Sara Jane and Jacob Manuel Hernandez of Twin Falls, was born June 8, 2017.

Pippa Kay Johns and Lottie Mae Johns, twin daughters of Stacy and Devin Michael Johns of Twin Falls, were born June 8, 2017.

Kody Oakamus-Lloyd Miller, son of Terresa Ann Bennett and Lloyd Earl Miller Jr. of Twin Falls, was born June 8, 2017.

Yarelii Estrella Zermeno, daughter of Maira Alexandra Guadarrama and Carlos Antonio Zermeno of Wendell, was born June 8, 2017.

Aleigha Lynette Bingamon, daughter of Katie Sue Treat and Russell Alexander Bingamon of Twin Falls, was born June 9, 2017.

Hunter William Howard, son of Melanie Kaye and Thomas John Howard of Kimberly, was born June 9, 2017.

Skylar K. Smith, daughter of Kelli-Anne Kauakanilehua Pereira and Kevin Miles Smith of Gooding, was born June 9, 2017.

Colt Karl John Novak, son of Danielle Jamae and Dakota John Novak of Twin Falls, was born June 10, 2017.

Liam Stephen Sanford, son of Tawny Marie and Paul Wayne Sanford of Filer, was born June 10, 2017.

Killian Scott Caldwell-Smith, son of Makenzie Ann Tate and Daniel Evan Smith of Shoshone, was born June 10, 2017.

Hudson Mark Thaete, son of Rachel Lynn and Cody J. Thaete of Wendell, was born June 10, 2017.

Jax Eusebio Childs, son of Megan Page Childs and Jordan Eusebio Childs of Gooding, was born June 12, 2017.

Axleyn Kru Elam, daughter of Stephanie Allicyn Latimer Elam and Willie Jake Elam of Kimberly, was born June 12, 2017.

Dawson Michael Haney, son of Kimberly Ann and Michael John Haney of Twin Falls, was born June 12, 2017.

Alexzander Orozco, son of Yadira Renee Castillo and Crystian Orozco of Twin Falls, was born June 13, 2017.

Vivian Marie Pope, daughter of Kailan Anderson Pope and Jaron Dane Pope of Jerome, was born June 13, 2017.

Antonio Miguel Avalos, son of Samantha Jean Rodriguez and Andrew Elias Avalos of Richfield, was born June 14, 2017.

Alize Dominga Martinez, daughter of Emily Yvette and Nikko Vincent Martinez of Twin Falls, was born June 14, 2017.


Education
CSI to offer forklift class

TWIN FALLS — The College of Southern Idaho’s Workforce Development Center will offer a forklift class next month.

The general knowledge and safety class is slated for 8 a.m.-1 p.m. July 8 at the college’s Applied Technology and Innovation Center in Twin Falls. The cost is $120.

Anyone who has or plans to get a job driving a forklift is encouraged to take the class. No prior forklift experience is needed.

Students will receive classroom and hands-on instruction. After completing the class, participants will receive certification for general knowledge and safety for sit-down counterbalanced forklifts.

For more information or to register, call Stefanie at 208-732-6310.


DREW NASH, TIMES-NEWS 

A line forms for lunch May 2015 at the Salvation Army in Twin Falls.


DREW NASH, TIMES-NEWS  

Kanegamba Mulabwe raises his hand during attendance for his ESL class Jan. 2016 at the CSI Refugee Center in Twin Falls.