Twin Falls County

Felony sentencings

James R. John Jr., 20, Hazelton; one count first degree murder; life sentence; 30 years determinate; one count robbery; 15 years penitentiary five years determinate; ten years indeterminate; $105 costs concurrent; one count criminal conspiracy and two counts robbery dismissed.

Tomas Alvarez, 49, Heyburn; trafficking in cocaine; 10 years penitentiary; four years determinate; six years indeterminate; $10,000 fine; $107.50 costs; $582 court compliance fee.

William I. Dougherty, 26, Boise; one count aggravated battery; 28 years penitentiary; 15 years determinate; 13 years indeterminate; $105 costs; two counts robbery; 28 years penitentiary, per count; 15 years determinate; 13 years indeterminate; $105 costs; concurrent; two counts robbery dismissed.

Albert C. Armstrong, 35, Twin Falls; false reporting of explosives in a public place; five years penitentiary; two years determinate; three years indeterminate; judge granted retained jurisdiction; sentenced to 180 days to be served at the Idaho State Board of Corrections; $1,000 fine; $100.50 costs; $14,519.63 restitution.

Farron I. Moore, 42, Buhl; possession of a controlled substance; seven years penitentiary; two years determinate; five years indeterminate; judge granted retained jurisdiction; sentenced to 180 days to be served at the Idaho State Board of Corrections; $1,500 fine; $97.50 costs; $930.03 restitution; $849 court compliance fee.

Eddie Padilla, 36, Twin Falls; aid/abet burglary; pleaded guilty; six years penitentiary; three years determinate; three years indeterminate; judge granted retained jurisdiction; sentenced to 180 days to be served at the Idaho State Board of Corrections; $3,000 fine with $3,000 suspended; $100.50 costs; $367.99 restitution.

Felony dismissals

Lisa R. Hay, 45, Twin Falls; aggravated assault; dismissed by prosecutor; unable to contact victim.

Walter L. Robinson III, 31, Twin Falls; lewd conduct with a minor child under 16; dismissed by prosecutor due to superseding grand jury indictment.

Civil filings

Candy Black vs. Brent E. Walls, Tesha Bliss, Michael Squires. Seeking judgment against the defendant for special and general damages; amount to be proven at trial; attorney's fees and costs. Plaintiff seeking reimbursement for injuries sustained in a vehicle accident.

David and Brandi Whaley, individually and on behalf of Lauren Whaley vs. Wendi and Jason Stevens. Seeking judgment against defendants for special and general damages; amount to be determined at trial; attorney's fees and costs. Plaintiffs state that they periodically entrusted the care of their infant daughter to defendant Wendi Stevens. Plaintiffs allege that while said infant was in defendants care she sustained serious, life-threatening injuries

Madysen P. Anderson, a minor child; Dan K. and Sheri D. Anderson individually and as natural guardians for Madysen P. Anderson. Seeking judgment against defendants for medical expenses, emotional distress, and past and future pain and suffering; amount to be proven at trial; attorney's fees and costs. Plaintiff's allege that defendant Amy Hansen was operating a motor vehicle and in the process of backing her motor vehicle, struck and injured Madysen P. Anderson causing her to sustain personal injuries.

Magic Valley Women's Health Clinic vs. Karie and Ken Eldredge, K and K Services, Lindsey Collins, Jeremy Eldredge, Barbara and Phil Kreft. Seeking judgment against the defendants finding that they have wrongfully converted funds of MVWHC and are liable for an amount to be proven at trial; judgment finding defendants have been unjustly enriched by means of Karie Eldredge's fraudulent conduct; claim of relief finding that Karie Eldredge has breached her fiduciary duty to plaintiffs and committed fraud against them; finding that defendants have engaged in a pattern of racketeering activity and are jointly liable to plaintiff's for three times the amount of actual damages; amounts to be proven at trial; attorneys fees and costs. Plaintiff's state that defendant, Karie Eldredge, was employed as their office manager/bookkeeper from June 2001 to Oct. 2007. Plaintiffs allege that during her employment, she began misappropriating funds by making checks payable to herself from plaintiff's financial account. Plaintiff further alleges that Karie Eldredge converted and/or misappropriated certain funds to other defendants. Plaintiff's allege that defendant misappropriated approximately $426,000.

Child support cases

The State of Idaho, Department of Health and Welfare, Child Support Services have filed claims against the following:

Daniel O. Bartell. Seeking establishment of paternity; $254 monthly support plus 50 percent of medical expenses not covered by insurance; provide medical insurance; $843.94 for foster care and child support costs.

Melissa D. Bartell. Seeking establishment of paternity; $254 monthly support plus 50 percent of medical expenses not covered by insurance; provide medical insurance; $843.94 for foster care and child support costs.

Troy W. Jones. Seeking establishment of paternity; $260 monthly support plus 57 percent of medical expenses not covered by insurance; provide medical insurance.

Martha I. Vargas. Seeking establishment of paternity; $234 monthly support plus 50 percent of medical expenses not covered by insurance; provide medical insurance.

Shawn G. Bradshaw. Seeking establishment of paternity; $202 monthly support plus 50 percent of medical expenses not covered by insurance; provide medical insurance.

Jeffrey A. Thueson. Seeking establishment of paternity; $201 monthly support plus 57 percent of medical expenses not covered by insurance; provide medical insurance.

Kianna J. Lott. Seeking establishment of paternity; $88 monthly support plus 30 percent of medical expenses not covered by insurance; provide medical insurance.

Matthew J. Koch. Seeking establishment of paternity; $291 monthly support plus 55 percent of medical expenses not covered by insurance; provide medical insurance; $2,032.76 for uncovered medical costs.

Divorces filed

Terry N. Shelby vs. Vicki L. Shelby.

Karin M. Johnson vs. Jeffrey D. Johnson.

Russell L. Seal vs. Julie A. McGuire-Seal.

Shannon M. Jones vs. Richard B. Jones.

Jessica Hernandez vs. Jose Hernandez.

Amanda M. Neighbor vs. Aaron J. Neighbor.

Kari D. Gessele vs. Carl E. Gessele.

Dee Ann Huddleston vs. Kurtly D. Beadz-Huddleston.

Jerome County

Arraignments

Hazel Dianna Aguilar, 54, DUI.

Jayson T. Ashcroft, 19, vehicular manslaughter.

Jonsthan Avila-Linares, 26, DWOP

Jason L. Barnes, 29, inattentive/careless driving; failure to provide proof of insurance.

Mauricio Carreno-Rivera, 28, accident; failure to stop/leaving the scene; failure to provide proof of insurance.

Debra A. Daniel, 41, DUI.

Eliory Elimo, 22, speeding; failure to provide proof of insurance.

Scott Lee Erdmann, 42, pleaded guilty, 2 counts domestic violence/assault; resisting arrest/obstructing an officer.

Howard Linzy Eoff, 54, accident; failure to stop/leaving the scene.

Hector O. Gonzalez Jr. 19, alcohol, possession/consume/purchase by minor.

Victor Antonio Gonzalez, 16, alcohol, possession/consume/purchase by minor; sent to youth court.

Michael Clarence Jasper, 37, DWOP

Alex D. Johnson, 34, use or possession w/intent to use drug paraphernalia; possession of controlled substance.

Eli Jade Johnson, 25, pleaded guilty, speeding, fined $62.

Benjamin M. Landrian, 23, DWOP

Arturo Larios-Medrano, 21, pleaded guilty, invalid license, fined $141.

Jaime Machan-Pena, 21, invalid license.

Felipe Morales-Varela, 47, DUI.

Jose L. Ruiz, 19, DWOP; failure to provide proof of insurance.

Christopher Seiner, 19, DWOP.

Robert Joe Stovall, 17, possession of tobacco by a minor.

Juan L. Tapia-Rico, 33, open container/driver.

Lisa Michelle Taylor, 23, use or possession w/intent to use drug paraphernalia; possession of controlled substance.

Michael Roger Thayer, 19, accident; failure to stop; failure to give immediate notice of accident; leaving the scene; invalid license.

Steven D. Tippetts, 24, DWOP, passenger safety, child 6 years or younger; failure to provide proof of insurance.

Jeremy Lynn Wells, 35, DUI.

Ashlie M. Wise, 22, DUI; failure to provide proof of insurance.

Carlos Arturo Acuna-Cosio, 19, inattentive driving.

Jayson T. Ashcroft, 19, vehicular manslaughter.

Ramiro Bautista, 18, DWOP, second offense.

Josh P. Becker, 27, jumped bail.

Roberto Vega Cortes, 42, DUI; invalid license.

Efrain Ryes Cruz, 23, jumped bail.

Paul R. Donat Jr. 17, inattentive driving.

Christa Dougherty, 18, DWOP; failure to provide proof of insurance.

Ronnie J. Emery, 35, DWOP; failure to maintain insurance.

Roberto Escalenta-Barrios, 52, injury to a child.

Cateulo Farfan-Ceja, 41, failure to provide insurance.

Jessica Flores, 42, DWOP; stop sign violation.

Stefan Thomas Flores, 17, stop sign violation; failure to provide proof of insurance; inattentive driving.

Jennifer Hansen, 22, DWOP.

Eudosio Hernandez, 21, DWOP; open container.

Lucio A. Hernandez-Coello, 16, failure to stop; leaving the scene of an accident; failure to provide proof of insurance.

Jesus Hernandez-Zacarias, 21, invalid license, operating MV without insurance; speeding.

Andres Machado, 21, DWOP; DUI.

Ariana Marin-Artega, 22, DWOP; Passenger safety of child 6 years or younger.

Octaviano A. Mireles, 49, DWOP.

Jorge Nolasco-Juarez, 22, DWOP; open container; failure to provide proof of insurance.

Magen Marie Rios, 19, DWOP.

Garrett Paul Robbins, 21, jumped bail.

Alejandro G. Salinas, 19, DWOP; failure to signal.

Bradley D. Schmidt, 43, resisting or obstructing an officer; open container; DWOP second offense; possession of controlled substance.

Alyssa J. Shaffer, 18, battery.

Michael J. Sherman, 23, DWOP.

Spencer D. Sorensen, 21, inattentive driving.

Steve Van Orden, 48, DUI.

Joshua C. Williams, 21, DWOP second offense.

Bryant Andrew Pierce, 26, DUI.

Edwin Floyd Ramsey Jr., 44, battery domestic violence.

Mario Ayala, 21 pleaded guilty, invalid license, fined $144; failure to signal, fined $75.

Aurelio Farfan-Pineda, 32, pleaded guilty, invalid license, fined $144; speeding, fined $75; failure to provide proof of insurance, $116.50.

Carlos Martinez-Diaz, 33, pleaded guilty, invalid license; fined $144.

Jaime Pedraza-Bucio, 46, invalid license; failure to provide proof of insurance.

Ronald Dean Red, 39, pleaded guilty motor carrier - log book violation; fined $119.

Jacob Russel Wolter, 23, weight exceeding allowable gross weight, fined $56.50; weight exceeding registered gross weight $66.50

Efrain Castro, 24, aggravated battery.

Douglas S. Cornelison, 44, DUI

Jose Juarez-Gil, 24, carrying concealed weapon without a license; possession of controlled substance; possession of stolen property.

Sentencings

Lionel J. Coleman, 47, pleaded guilty, possession w/intent to use drug paraphernalia, fined $285.50; jail time 180 days; 178 suspended; one day credit; one day served.

Aaron James Ford, 22, contempt of court, fined $172.50; jail time 90 days; 87 days suspended; three days credit; probation two years supervised.

Aaron James Ford, 22, pleaded guilty, DUI, fined $387.50; jail time 180 days; 148 days suspended; two days credit; 30 discretionary; probation two years supervised.

Steven Allen McCabe, 46, pleaded guilty, petit theft; jail time 90 days; 85 days suspended; five days served; probation one year unsupervised.

James Sedano, 22, pleaded guilty, DUI, find $437.50; jail time 180 days; 178 days suspended; one day credit; one day to serve; probation one year supervised; DUI school.

Shawn M. Boyd, 43, pleaded guilty, DUI, fined $387.50; jail time 180 days; 178 suspended one day credit; one day to serve; 16 hours, alcohol school; probation one year supervised.

Esteban Lorenzo-Hernandez, 44, pleaded guilty, DUI; fined $440.50.

Arturo Martinez-Aguilar, 20, pleaded guilty, DUI; fined $440.50; providing false information to officer, fined $150, jail time 30 days; 28 suspended; one day credit; one day to serve.

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