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5th District Court News

TWIN FALLS COUNTY

FELONY SENTENCINGS

Paulina Rosanne Dennis, 22, Twin Falls; DUI third or subsequent offense, $290.50 costs, $1,000 fine, $100 DNA, six years penitentiary, three determinate, three indeterminate, sentence suspended, one year drivers license suspension, one year drivers license, two years interlock device to follow drivers license suspension.

Adam David Molyneux, 31, Twin Falls; possession of a controlled substance, $285.50 costs, $60 workmans comp. program fee, seven years penitentiary, three determinate, four indeterminate, one day credited, sentence suspended and to run concurrent to other charges. Domestic violence battery without traumatic injury, $187.50, 29 days jail, one day credited, sentence to run concurrent to other charges, three years supervised probation. Obstructing or resisting officers charge dismissed.

Amanda Pearl Green, 30, burglary, $245.50 costs, $500 public defender, $100 DNA, $24 workmans comp. program fee, four years penitentiary, two determinate, two indeterminate, sentence suspended, two years supervised probation.

Derek Michael Lowery, 27, Twin Falls; not previously paid, illegally obtained, altered or counterfeit lottery ticket, $245.50 costs $500 public defender, $100 DNA, $24 workmans comp. program fee, $145 restitution to Oasis Stop n’ Go, five years penitentiary, two determinate, three indeterminate, two days credited, sentence suspended, two years supervised probation.

William H. Chesser, 45, possession of a controlled substance, $285.50 costs, six years penitentiary, four determinate, two indeterminate, credit for time served, 365 days retained jurisdiction, sentence to run concurrent to 2015 case.

Kelly Don Hendricks, 19, Twin Falls; possession of a controlled substance, $285.50 costs, $1,000 fine, $500 public defender, $100 DNA, $60 workmans comp. program fee, five years penitentiary, two determinate, three indeterminate, 58 days credited, sentence suspended, three years supervised probation.

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

Gabriel Stephen Ruskin, 24, Filer; DUI excessive, $1,000 fine, $600 suspended, $202.50 costs, $50 public defender, 180 days jail, 117 suspended, 10 days discretionary, 53 days credited, 365 days drivers license suspended, 12 months supervised probation, attend victim impact panel and court alcohol school.

Steven Sherman Miller, 64, Buhl; DUI, $1,000 fine, $600 suspended, $202.50 costs, 180 days jail, 174 suspended, two days credited, 32 days work detail, 180 days drivers license suspension, 24 months supervised.

Miguel Garza-Salgado, 23, Buhl; DUI excessive, $1,000 fine, $700 suspended, $202.50 costs, $50 public defender, $100 restitution, 32 hours work detail, 365 days jail, 335 suspended, 20 days discretionary, two days credited, 365 days drivers license suspended, 24 months supervised probation.

Edgar Rico Salazar, 27, Twin Falls; DUI, $1,000 fine, $600 suspended, $202.50 costs, $50 public defender, 180 days jail, 167 suspended, 10 days discretionary, one day credited, guilty withheld sentence, 16 hours work detail, 180 days drivers license restricted, 12 months supervised probation, attend victim impact panel and court alcohol school.

Budhi Raj Majhi, 48, Twin Falls; DUI, $1,000 fine, $600 suspended, $202.50 costs, 180 days jail, 177 suspended, two days credited, eight hours work detail, 180 days drivers license restricted, 12 months supervised probation.

Jorge Murillo Sahagun, 45, Twin Falls; DUI, $1,000 fine, $600 suspended, $202.50 costs, $50 public defender, 180 days jail, 167 suspended, 10 days discretionary, one day credited, 180 days drivers license restricted, 12 months supervised probation, attend victim impact panel and court alcohol school.

David Alan Stewart, 61, Twin Falls; DUI second offense, $1,000 fine, $700 suspended, $202.50 costs, 365 days jail, 335 suspended, 20 days discretionary, 365 days drivers license suspended, 24 months supervised probation, six days house arrest.

Matthew J. Caroline, 23, Twin Falls; DUI second offense within 10 years, $1,000 fine, $800 suspended, $202.50 costs, $50 public defender, 365 days jail, 322 suspended, 20 days discretionary, seven days credited, 365 days drivers license suspended, 24 months supervised probation. Driving without privileges pled guilty two or more in five years, $500 fine, $500 suspended, $172.50 costs, 365 days jail, 322 suspended, 20 days discretionary, seven days credited, sentence to run concurrent with other charge.

William Edward Anderson, 61, Twin Falls; DUI excessive, $202.50 costs, 365 days jail, 312 suspended, 23 days credited, 365 days drivers license suspension, 24 months supervised probation, one year interlock device.

Jonathan Scot Rust, 26, Twin Falls; DUI, $1,000 fine, $800 suspended, $202.50 costs, 180 days jail, 177 suspended, one day credited, 16 hours work detail, 150 days restricted drivers license, 12 months supervised probation.

DIVORCE CIVIL PROCEEDINGS

Kayla Lane v. Dale Walker

Kaydee Vitek v. Travis Vitek

Briana Laurian v. Gabriel Laurian

Elizabeth Vasquez v. Luis Vasquez

Musa Teyah v. Arafa Rafig

Thomas Carrilo v. Racheal Carrillo

Melanie Monks v. Richard Monks

Sandra Urrizaga v. Richard Urrizaga

Ashely Kincheloe v. Dylan Hubbard

Christina Anderson v. Natalia Miller

Carsen Tanner v. Joshua Bartlett


PAT SUTPHIN, TIMES-NEWS 

Ryan Musgrave, a foreman with Four Seasons Tree Service, cuts through a tree with his chainsaw Saturday, on Main Avenue in Twin Falls. More than 160 trees are being removed as the city prepares for a downtown renovation project. The city will eventually replace the trees with varieties that are more sustainable in urban areas.


Local
Presidents Day brings closures Monday

TWIN FALLS — Many government offices and other facilities will be closed Monday for Presidents Day.

City offices will be closed in Twin Falls, Jerome, Burley, Rupert, Hailey, Ketchum, Gooding, Shoshone, Buhl and Kimberly, among other cities.

County, state and federal offices will be closed along with post offices, the Twin Falls Public Library, College of Southern Idaho and the Herrett Center for Arts and Science.

Most banks will be closed, but Wells Fargo Bank will be open.

The YMCA/Twin Falls City Pool will offer open swim from 1 to 4 p.m.

The Times-News offices in Twin Falls and Burley will be open.

Magic Valley Mall will be open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Trash collection will follow the regular schedule.


Local
Stork report: births at Jerome, Twin Falls hospitals

St. Luke’s Jerome

Jasper Alexander Richey, son of Kristina Victoria Herman and Josh John Richey of Shoshone, was born Feb. 7, 2017.

Ryker Bailee Rivera, son of Sabrena Robbins and Lupe Rivera of Bliss, was born Feb. 9, 2017.

St. Luke’s Magic Valley

Olivia Angeline Baysinger, daughter of Lindsay Angela and Matthew Emil Baysinger of Twin Falls, was born Feb. 9, 2017.

Claire Deanne Durtschi, daughter of Rachael Elizabeth and Zachary Craig Durtschi of Twin Falls, was born Feb. 10, 2017.

Tatym Rae Rhodes, daughter of Cynthia Lynn and Hadrian Wade Rhodes of Twin Falls, was born Feb. 10, 2017.

Jack Brennan Jones, son of Sarah Noelle and Jacob Kenneth Jones of Jerome, was born Feb. 10, 2017.

Shaya Annalise Beach, daughter of Alysa Eve Kowitz and Shane Michael Beach of Filer, was born Feb. 11, 2017.

River Madison Johnson, daughter of LeeAnn Susan and Robert Ray Johnson of Jerome, was born Feb. 12, 2017.

Charles Everett Martin, son of Melena Rose and Robert James Martin of Bliss, of Feb. 14, 2017.


Crime-and-courts
Twin Falls County Most Wanted

Diana Gabriella Iniguez

DOB: 05/14/1995

Height: 5’4”

Weight: 154

Sex: Female

Hair: Black

Eyes: Brown

Race: Hispanic

Wanted for: Grand theft

Bond: $20,000

The Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office is asking that anyone having information, please call 735-1911 or Crime Stoppers at 732-5387 where you can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.


Education
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Crapo seeks summer, fall interns

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Interested in learning how Congress works?

U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo of Idaho is looking for students to fill internship positions this summer and fall, his office has announced.

The application deadline is March 1. Internships are available in Crapo’s Washington, D.C., office or in six Idaho regional offices.

“The internship experience provides Idaho students a unique opportunity to learn about Congress and the legislative process firsthand,” according to a statement form Crapo’s office.

“Interns assist the senator and his staff with legislative research, constituent services and communications operations, as well as attend congressional hearings and provide tours of the U.S. Capitol to visiting Idahoans.”

For more information or to apply, visit the “internship” section at crapo.senate.gov. Students are encouraged to email their application materials to Crapo’s office.

Questions about the Washington, D.C., internship can be directed to Katie Amacio at 202-224-6142 or Courtney Lehosit for internships in Idaho at 208-334-1776.


Snowpack

Today’s Median Salmon 138%

Big Wood 182%

Little Wood 187%

Big Lost 182%

Little Lost 147%

Henrys Fork/Teton 131%

Upper Snake Basin 163%

Goose Creek 126%

Salmon Falls 116%

Today’s median peak compares water content with what is normally seen on this day.

As of March 13.


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