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TWIN FALLS COUNTY

FELONY SENTENCINGS

Monte Clark Adamson, aka Octavio Cruz III, 48, homeless, $245.50 costs, five years penitentiary, three determinate, four indeterminate, credit for time served, sentence suspended, five years supervised probation, sentence to run consecutively with Ada county 2016 case and Cassia 2017. Operating a vehicle without owners permission and grand theft charges dismissed.

Joshua Dwayne Wolters, 36, Twin Falls; drug trafficking in heroin two grams to less than seven grams, $285.50 costs, $10,000 fine, 24 years penitentiary, 6 determinate, 18 indeterminate, credit for time served.

Maritzabell Concepcion Murillo, 32, Twin Falls; possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver, $285.50 costs, $100 DNA, six years penitentiary, three determinate, three indeterminate, credit for time served, 100 hours community service.

Jerry Edward Hubbard Jr., 49, Filer; possession of a controlled substance, $285.50 costs, $60 workman’s comp program fee, seven years penitentiary, three determinate, four indeterminate, credit for time served, sentence suspended, 60 days county jail at discretion of drug court judge, 100 hours community service, drug court, four years supervised probation.

Nicholas Ray Barnes, 31, Filer; three charges manufacture or deliver or possess with intent to manufacture or deliver, $285.50 costs, three years penitentiary, one determinate, two indeterminate, 365 days retained jurisdiction, sentences to run consecutive to each other. Four charges manufacture or deliver or possess controlled substance with intent to manufacture or deliver dismissed.

Pamela Kathleen Etzler, 23, Twin Falls; burglary, $245.50 costs, $100 DNA, four years penitentiary, two determinate, two indeterminate, credit for time served, sentence suspended, three years supervised probation.

Joshua Richard Fischer, 30, Kimberly; $285.50 costs, $100 DNA, $60 workman’s comp program fee, seven years penitentiary, three determinate, four indeterminate, credit for time served, credit for time served, sentence suspended, 60 days county jail at discretion of probation officer, problem solving drug court, 100 hours community service, three years supervised probation. Possession of a controlled substance marijuana charge dismissed. Possession of a controlled substance charge dismissed. Use or possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use charge dismissed.

Lisa Ann Frye, 53, homeless with Boise relatives, $245.50 costs, five years penitentiary, three determinate, two indeterminate, credit for time served, sentence to run concurrent to other charge. Trespass, $157.60 costs, 30 days determinate, sentence to run concurrent to other charge. Obstruction of a police officer charge dismissed.

Jacob Thadius Coomer, 28, Southside, Tenn.; $285.50 costs, $60 workman’s comp program fee, five years penitentiary, three determinate, two indeterminate, credit for time served, sentence suspended, 150 days jail with three years supervised probation, 100 hours community service. Possession of a controlled substance marijuana charge dismissed.

Genaro Vazquez-Guzman, 42, Twin Falls; aggravated assault with a deadly weapon or instrument, $245.50 costs, five years penitentiary, two determinate, three indeterminate, credit for time served, three years supervised probation.

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE SENTENCINGS

Thad Eugene Kern, 46, Hollister; DUI, $1,000 fine, $600 suspended, $202.50 costs, $150 restitution, 180 days jail, 165 suspended, credit for time served, 10 days discretionary, 180 days restricted drivers license, 24 months supervised probation, attend victim impact panel.

Alex Dean Christensen, 24, Twin Falls; DUI excessive, $1,000 fine, $600 suspended, $202.50 costs, $100 restitution, 180 days jail, 160 suspended, 10 days discretionary, 48 hours work detail, 365 days suspended drivers license, 24 months supervised probation, attend victim impact panel.

Travis Evan Capps, 31, Filer; $1,000 fine, $1,000 suspended, $202.50 costs, $75 public defender, 180 days jail, 175 suspended, two days credited, 10 days discretionary, guilty withheld sentence, 365 days restricted drivers license, 24 months supervised probation, one year interlock device, attend victim impact panel and court alcohol school.

DIVORCE CIVIL PROCEEDINGS

Stephanie Sebring v. David Sebring

Carma Angelo v. Ronald Angelo

Benjamin Briten v. Kristen Briten

Marayza Murillo v. Javier Hernandez

Kylie McMurdie v. Charlie McMurdie

Richard Johannsen III v. Teresa Johannsen

Tesha Harris v. Shawn Harris

Dena Shelton v. Vermon Loften Jr.

Ted Yaranga v. M. Patricia Zuniga

Faustina Ruelas v. Esequiel Alvarez Rodriguez

Cassia County

Felony sentencings

Alexander Brian Carson; felony controlled substance or deliver, or possess with intent to manufacture or deliver, dismissed on motion of prosecutor; felony controlled substance—manufacture or deliver, or possess with intent to manufacture or deliver, guilty, $635.50 costs, one year determinate time, six years indeterminate, 38 days credited, concurrent with case; felony controlled substance, dismissed on motion of prosecutor; misdemeanor drug paraphernalia use or possess with intent to use.

Diego Gil; felony controlled substances—manufacture or deliver, or possess with intent to manufacture or deliver, guilty, $250 fine, $485.50 costs, three years determinate time, five years indeterminate time, 205 days credited, retained jurisdiction, concurrent with case; felony evidence—destruction, alteration or concealment, dismissed on motion of prosecutor; misdemeanor possession of controlled substance, dismissed on motion of prosecutor; misdemeanor arrests and seizures resisting or obstructing officers, dismissed on motion of prosecutor; misdemeanor driving without privileges, dismissed on motion of prosecutor.

Dominique Rose Lemos; felony battery—domestic violence inflicting traumatic injury, guilty, $200 fine, $157.50 costs, 180 days jail time, 160 days suspended, 14 days credited, 18 months supervise probation; misdemeanor battery—domestic violence without traumatic injury against house hold member, dismissed on motion of prosecutor; misdemeanor battery—use or possess or motion of prosecutor.

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Angela Kim Maynez; felony controlled substance—manufacture or deliver, or possess with intent to manufacture or deliver, dismissed on motion of prosecutor; felony possession of controlled substance,, guilty, $635.50 costs, five years determinate time, two years indeterminate time, 195 days, retained jurisdiction , six months credited, consecutive with other case this charge.

Camren Charles Pelton; felony controlled substance possession of, guilty, $635.50 costs, two years determinate time, five years indeterminate time, 184 days credited, concurrent with case; misdemeanor drug paraphernalia or possess with intent to use, dismissed on motion of prosecutor.

Jasmine Kylinn Vega; felony grand theft, operating—driving vehicle with misdemeanor amended, driving—without owner’s consent, guilty, $200 fine, $157.50 costs, 180 days jail time, 164 days suspended, 11 days credited, 18 months supervised probation; felony stolen vehicles receiving or transferring.

Felony dismissals

Quincy Davi; felony attempted robbery, not guilty, dismissed on motion of prosecutor.

Alexander Brian Carson; felony controlled substance—manufacture or deliver, or possess with intent to manufacture or deliver, guilty, $635.50 costs, one year determinate time, six years indeterminate time, 38 days time credited, concurrent with case; felony flee officer in attempt to elude a police officer in a motor vehicle flee or attempt to elude a police officer in a motor vehicle, dismissed on motion of prosecutor; felony evidence destruction, alteration or concealment, dismissed on motion of prosecutor; evidence—dismissed on motion of prosecutor; evidence—destruction, alteration or concealment, dismissed on motion of prosecutor.

Driving under the influence sentencings

Jose M. Guadarrama-Lagunas; misdemeanor driving under the influence, guilty, $300 fine, $157.50 costs, 90 days, 89 days suspended, one day credited, 12 months probation.

Rupert Avila Rodrigues; misdemeanor driver’s license—fail to purchase or invalid; misdemeanor driving under the influence, dismissed on motion of prosecutor; misdemeanor driving under the influence, guilty, $300 fine, 202.50 costs, 120 days jail time, 118 days jail suspended, one day credited , 90 days driver’s license suspended, 12 months supervised probation; misdemeanor alcoholic beverage—consume or possess open container by driver, dismissed on motion of prosecutor.

Bonifacio G. Arizmendi; misdemeanor driving under the influence, $400 fine, $134.50 costs, 90 days jail time, 80 days suspended, misdemeanor one year driver’s license suspended, one year unsupervised probate.

Jason D. Konrad; misdemeanor driving under the influence, dismissed (after withheld judgment), $200 fine, $202.50 costs, 90 days jail time, 85 days suspended, one day credited, 180 days driver’s license suspended, 12 months supervised probation.

Matthew G. Maier; misdemeanor driving under the influence, guilty, $200 fine, $202.50 costs, 90 days jail time, 88 days suspended, one day credited, 180 days driver’s license driver’s suspended, 12 months supervised probation.

Robert Eloy Pena; felony driving under the influence (third or subsequent offense), guilty, $540.50 costs, two years determinate time, four years indeterminate time, 150 days credited, retained jurisdiction; misdemeanor driving without privileges.

Michael D. Roe; misdemeanor driving under the influence, guilty, $300 fine, $207.50 costs, 90 days jail time, 88 days suspended, one day credited, 90 days driver’s license suspended, 12 months supervised probation, dismissed on motion of prosecutor, dismissed on motion of prosecutor.

Manuel Toto-Cruz; misdemeanor driving under the influence—under age 21, guilty, $1,000 fines, $700 suspended, $197.50 costs, 365 days driver’s license suspended, 12 months unsupervised probation.

David Venegas-Ortega; misdemeanor evidence, alteration or concealment; misdemeanor driving under the influence, $200 fine, $202.50 costs, 180 days, 169 days suspended, 11 days credited, consecutive with other case this charge.

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