Archive for: June 2015

PED Says Area Schools in Bad Shape

SANTA FE (AP) – State officials say 16 schools across New Mexico are in such bad shape they need to be torn down.

Public School Capital Outlay Council Chair David Abbey told lawmakers on Tuesday that schools are being phased out or being combined with other schools to save cost.

Abbey unveiled to members of the Public School Capital Outlay Oversight Task Force a list of the top 50 schools with construction needs.

Abbey also told lawmakers that the Public School Capital Outlay Council could be facing financial challenges in the future due to the volatile oil and gas market. In addition, he said there are more needed projects than available funding.

The state funds public school capital via bonds on severance tax revenue levied upon the extraction of oil and natural gas.


KRTN NOTE There are two classrooms at Kearny Elementary School that are unusable due to structural issues. Dr Neal Terhune noted that this list is ever changing and noted that all three of the elementary schools in Raton are in the top 100 as determined by PSFA. 


Top 50 Schools

Schools with * next to the name are potentially going to be closed pending completion of an awarded construction project and the receipt of permission from PED to close. ** Moved from this facility.

Rank, District School | Name

  1. Gallup McKinley – * Juan de Onate Elementary School
  2. Lordsburg – * Central Elementary School
  3. Lordsburg – * Southside Elementary School
  4. Reserve – Glenwood Elementary School
  5. Taos – Chrysalis Alternative School
  6. Roswell – Del Norte Elementary School
  7. Espanola – ** Carinos Charter School
  8. Albuquerque – Valle Vista Elementary School
  9. Albuquerque – Monte Vista Elementary School
  10. Alamogordo – Oregon Elementary School
  11. Raton – Columbian Elementary School
  12. Alamogordo – High Rolls Mountain Park Elementary School
  13. Albuquerque – Hubert Humphrey Elementary School
  14. Roswell – Mesa Middle School
  15. Roswell – Nancy Lopez Elementary School
  16. Tatum – Tatum Elementary School
  17. Espanola – Abiquiu Elementary School
  18. Albuquerque – Inez Elementary School
  19. Roswell – Roswell HIGH SCHOOL
  20. Taos – Ranchos de Taos Elementary School
  21. Raton – Longfellow Elementary School
  22. Eunice – Caton MIDDLE SCHOOL
  23. Albuquerque – Zuni Elementary School
  24. Clovis – Highland Elementary School
  25. Albuquerque – Bellehaven Elementary School
  26. Clovis – Cameo Elementary School
  27. Santa Fe – Acequia Madre Elementary School
  28. Albuquerque – Taylor MIDDLE SCHOOL
  29. Farmington – McCormick Elementary School
  30. Clayton – Clayton HIGH SCHOOL
  31. Carlsbad – Pate Elementary School
  32. Albuquerque – Painted Sky Elementary School
  33. Eunice – Eunice HIGH SCHOOL
  34. Carlsbad – Joe Stanley Smith Elementary School
  35. Roswell – Washington Avenue Elementary School
  36. Jemez Valley – San Diego Riverside Charter School
  37. Carlsbad – Riverside Elementary School
  38. Gallup McKinley – * Lincoln Elementary School
  39. Carlsbad – Sunset Elementary School
  40. Los Alamos – Barranca Mesa Elementary School
  41. Carrizozo – Carrizozo Combined School
  42. Tatum – Tatum Jr./Sr. HIGH SCHOOL
  43. Las Vegas – City Paul D. Henry Elementary School
  44. Animas – Animas Elementary School
  46. Roswell – Mountain View MIDDLE SCHOOL
  47. Central Consolidated – Newcomb Elementary School
  48. Albuquerque – Eubank Elementary School
  49. Gallup McKinley – Red Rock Elementary School
  50. Albuquerque – Sierra Vista Elementary School

In Loving Memory of Joseph T DePari

Joseph T. DePari (Joe) age 57 passed away May 25, 2015 in Trinidad Co. He was born September 3rd, 1957 in Worcester, MA the son of Joseph W. DePari and Frances J. (Boyle) DePari. 

Joe enjoyed playing softball and was well known by many people around the community for it. He also enjoyed fishing, riding his motorcycle, and going to the racetrack. He was an avid fan of the New England Patriots as well as the Boston Red Sox. But most of all He enjoyed spending time with his family. 

He is preceded in death by his father Joseph W. DePari and brother Anthony F. DePari. 

He is survived by his daughter Jessica A. DePari and grandson DeMarco J. Sanchez of Denver, CO son Joseph R. And wife Jerrica DePari of Denver, CO, mother Frances J. DePari brothers David A. DePari and Timothy R. DePari, sister Andrea J. Cassidy and her husband Gerald G. Cassidy, Jr. All of Worcester, MA, numerous nieces, nephews, and friends also survive. 

A public service for Joseph will be held on Thursday June 4th from 2pm to 4pm in the chapel of the Alderette Pomeroy Funeral Home. Recitation of the Most Holy Rosary Saturday June 6th at 9am with Larry Guara. Solemn Mass of the Resurrection to follow at 9:30am with Father John Trambley as the celebrant. Rite of committal and interment to take place at Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Donation for Joseph DePari may be made to the Alderette Pomeroy Funeral Home. 

Arrangements for Joseph T. DePari are under the care and direction of the Alderette Pomeroy Funeral Home of Raton. 





Colfax County Fire Marshal

by Brian Manning
WJ  250x55  COLFAX COUNTY — Larry Osborn, the Colfax County Fire Marshall, supports fire safety and assists the eight county fire districts which cover 3,700 square miles in Colfax County.  All are volunteer departments except for Raton.  He coordinates the eight fire districts and has quarterly meetings with all the chiefs to keep them informed.
The fire districts obtain funding through a tax on fire insurance premiums.  Money is allocated depending on their Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating which is determined by a comprehensive inspection of the fire department.  This includes their training program, apparatus, water supply, communications, and other matters. There are also inspections by the State of New Mexico.
Osborn also arranges training.  The state provides instructors who travel to the county to teach certified courses.  The Philmont Scout Ranch allows fire departments to do training there so that volunteers may train locally rather than traveling to Albuquerque. 
Their goal is to have at least four certified firefighters at level 1 in each district.  They train as firefighters and also in hazmat and basic EMT.  This is a challenge because volunteers must give a lot of time for these classes, but the program has been very successful and the volunteers are  dedicated. 
Osborn just created a new fire district to provide coverage for areas that were far from any firehouse.  He obtained a class A pumper that was in reserve because it would be of more value in the new district.  He also helped them develop a rapid response team that provides mutual aid to the entire county.  They will respond to any district that has a serious fire. 
Osborn is also working to create Firewise communities in the county, a program that encourages homeowners to mitigate their property to limit the amount of fuel in the event of a wildfire.  Some people are hesitant to cut trees because of their beauty, but it is necessary to thin trees, especially within 120 feet of a structure.  This program can prevent devastating fires by limiting the amount of fuel near houses. 
Osborn and his wife, Sherry, have been married since 1974 and live in Raton.  They have three children and four grandchildren and enjoy spending time with them. 

1520 colfax fire marshall Larry Osborne IMG_6394

Commissioners approve another marijuana conditional use permit

by Brian Orr
WJ  250x55WALSENBURG —  Stating, “I’m not sure I’m doing you any favors by approving this,” Huerfano County Commissioner Max Vezzani made the motion at Tuesday’s meeting to approve a Conditional Use Permit for Acme Growers, LLC.
Keith Bouchard and Johnny Padilla, representing Acme, had gotten in their CUP application before the new rules had been approved, and so were held to a more lenient standard anyone else following them would be held to.
Two problems became quickly apparent with their application; they did not have a source for water,  and their insurance for the business was not in place yet.
Bouchard noted they had a permit for a domestic use well on site, which would be enough for commercial or agricultural use, but did not have another source, such as hauling water, lined up.
Padilla said in their research, they found it might be possible to use ‘graywater’, water that had already been used once for some purpose (other than flushing toilets) but had not yet been recycled. “This could be good for Buffalo Ranch and all of Huerfano County,” Padilla said.
The commissioners noted any plan to use graywater must first go through Colorado water courts.
Vezzani asked the two men if they wanted to pull their application for the moment, and come back again when they had secured water and insurance.  If it were approved now, they would only have one year to get everything done, or risk losing their permit.  They said they wanted to proceed.  The commissioners approved the application.
In other business, the commissioners had the county lawyer, Garrett Sheldon, draft a response to District Attorney Frank Ruybalid’s demand that Huerfano and Las Animas pay his legal fees bill incurred during his disciplinary hearing.
Ruybalid racked up $199,697 defending himself against charges of misconduct brought by the Colorado Supreme Court Attorney Regulation Council.  He later plead guilty to 13 of the 35 charges.
The commissioners’ response reads, in part, “The county declines to be responsible for any of this demand … Being negligent is not an activity ‘necessarily incurred.’ It is certainly not necessary to be negligent. Nor are these activities incurred in the ‘discharge of your duties.’… Counties benefit when criminals are prosecuted, not when the District Attorney is prosecuted.”
As the commissioners read through the two-page letter, Vezzani glanced up and said, “That’s two pages that I could have said in two words.”

Trinidad’s “Amshack” park multi-modal station

by Joe Tarabino
WJ  250x55TRINIDAD — The long awaited new Trinidad multi-modal transportation center is, according to city clerk Audra Garrett, currently almost up to speed as “all parties are still committed to moving this project forward and seeing it to fruition.”  
Construction of the budgeted $860,135 facility has been spearheaded by the South Central Council of Governments (COG) which raised more than the required funds prior to its approval in 2011.  The planned structure will be architecturally similar to the existing Colorado Welcome Center and will be located within easy walking distance from it.  
Owned by the city but operated and maintained by COG, the new facility will contain a waiting area with seating, restrooms,  and ticket booths, serving local, regional and intercity passenger rail and bus services.
The current “$1.2 million concrete platform with a tactile edge, fencing and lighting”, officially located at 110 West Pine Street and funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, offers none of the traditional amenities usually provided at transportation stations such as an enclosed waiting area or shelter, restrooms, lounge, ticket kiosk, water fountain, phone service, elevator, or wi-fi.  It does offer dedicated parking and is handicapped accessible.
COG director Priscilla “Pete” Frazier and previous city planner Louis Fineberg had worked incessantly keeping the original coalition parties involved and now that responsibility has fallen on Garrett.  
Amtrak, Burlington Northern, and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) have all been involved in negotiations.   COG originally secured a $150,000 CDOT grant in conjunction with another $250,000 FASTER (Funding Advancement for Surface Transportation and Economic Recovery) grant and an additional $152,000 Federal Livability Program grant.   Burlington Northern also committed “about $20,000” to the project.  The City of Trinidad is investing $30,000 to purchase the land near Nevada Avenue rather than adjoining Commercial Street where an earlier, temporary, metal “Amshack” building had been placed in 2007.  The required purchase and lease agreements and tweaking of the engineering are close to completion, which is all that needs to be done before construction documents are developed and bids can be secured.
Trinidad Amshack Multi-Model Station Rendering

Trinidad Amshack Multi-Model Station Rendering

Spotlight on the Special

WJ  250x55RATON — This week’s Spotlight on the Special is Tyson Floersheim, the son of Ray and Jana Floersheim.   He, his parents, sister, and two older brothers, are all Raton natives.   
Tyson became an Eagle Scout at age 14, and as a junior in high school, decided to do his junior and senior year at once (senior year by Pear Blossom online private school) and graduate a year early.  Interestingly, his sister also graduated early.   
Tyson attends UCCS in Colorado Springs.   He originally majored in engineering but once he realized he wanted to work outdoors, he changed to his current major of geography and environmental science with a minor in Geology. He will graduate with GIS certification as well.
While at college, he has had ample time to spend hiking,  camping, and snowboarding, and is passionate about spending time in the mountains.  As a side interest, he produces electronic dance music, and performs at the Zodiac Club in Colorado Springs.  He turned twenty one years old in March 2015.  He will also be in a two week class immediately after classes end this semester in Moab, Utah, and this is also a camp class, so he will be earning college credits most of the summer.  He is shown above with his girlfriend, Anna.

Tyson Floershiem and his girlfriend Anna

Tyson Floershiem and his girlfriend Anna

Weather hampers street construction project

by Kimberly Adams
WJ  250x55TRINIDAD — Wet spring weather is to blame for delays on the Commercial Street construction project, according to project manager Tom Beach with the city public works department.
Construction of the quarter-mile long project in the hub of downtown Trinidad began April 6.  The construction zone begins on the south side of the Commercial Street bridge and ends at the intersection with Main Street.  The project is scheduled for completion at the end of September.
Weather is not the only factor slowing down the project. During excavation of the first block, public works crews determined the 25-year-old water lines needed to be replaced. “That has put us back and with all the rain we’ve had, we’re really at a standstill,” Beach said. “We have had a hard time getting equipment into the site without burying it and damaging work already performed.”    
According to a weekly update from the city, the sewer slip lining company is on site this week to complete their work on the 15-inch line and to install slip lining on the adjacent 10-inch line.  This means the closure of Commercial Street where it intersects with Main Street for a few days while work continues between Church and Elm streets. Right now, the block between the Commercial Street Bridge and Cedar Street is closed, but businesses on the street remain open.
The City of Trinidad thanks merchants and citizens for their patience during this construction process,” the city press release states. “We look forward to providing a much more appealing Commercial Street area upon completion.”
For questions on the construction project, contact Beach at (719) 846-9843, ext. 126.

Raton Police Blotter~ June 2015

June 30, 2015



Johnny A. Vigil: (30) Two Magistrate Bench Warrants/failure to appear


Joshua B. Sanchez: (25) Arrest Order/drugs


Danielle Cordova: (34) Arrest Order/drugs


Tony J. Vela: (42) Bench Warrant/contempt of court failure to pay child support


Christopher Sanchez: (30) Arrest Order/drugs


Ralph Fordyce: (51) Bench Warrant/failure to appear/ failure to comply with probation conditions






Johnny Vigil: stop sign violation

Abraham I. Roybal: aggravated battery



June 29, 2015



Justin Whetstone: (43) Magistrate Bench Warrant/failure to pay

John Baca: (64) County of Santa Fe First Judicial District Court/failure to comply with conditions of probation

Robert James Johnson: (44) possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia/Arrest Order /drugs

Daniel Raye Silva: (54) County of Bernalillo/fail to register screen/TX

Lino Hernandez: (41) Magistrate Bench Warrant/failure to pay fines



Larceny (residential)

Criminal damage to property (commercial)

Criminal damage to property (vehicle)

Burglary (commercial)



Michael Cruz: no proof of insurance /expired tags

Joyce Schoenfelder: no proof of insurance/invalid suspended license

Makayla Ley: stop sign violation

Patrick Gallegos: driver to be licensed/ no proof of insurance

Preston Martinez: operator to be licensed /invalid suspended license

Harvey Valdez: suspended / revoked license

Trisha Rife: invalid /suspended license

Kelton Gutierrez:  suspended license/ speeding

Haley James: seatbelt violation

Pamala Palmer: speeding /no proof of insurance

Sean Ridolfi: seatbelt violation

Duane Arguello: speeding

Zachariah Holderby: seatbelt violation/registration on vehicle (no plate)



June 26, 2015



Yolanda Vasquez: (39) Magistrate Bench Warrant/failure to pay fines

Belinda Hernandez: (49) disorderly conduct

Melvin Cruz: (51) Magistrate Bench Warrant/ failure to pay fines

Kay Moss-Freese: (59) two counts of resisting/evading/obstructing an officer



Burglary (commercial) 1000 block of South 2nd

Criminal damage to property



Abraham Roybal: criminal damage to property

Arthur Martinez: speeding

Gina Ojeda: speeding

Gordon Gruetzmacher: seatbelt violation

Judith Salazar: no proof of insurance

Johnny Vigil: display of registration /seatbelt violation

Cody Long: no proof of insurance/operating vehicle with ID card only

John Cordova: no proof of insurance/operator to be licensed

Annetta Berg: stop sign violation 


June 25, 2015



Mark A. Valdez: (52) Bench Warrant / failure to pay fines

John Tafoya: (38) Bench Warrant / failure to comply with probation conditions



Ashlee Cruz: no city dog tags

Ernest P. Garcia: prohibited nuisances

Brittany Romero: stop sign violation

Vallie Ann Burks: display of registration 


June 24, 2015

Kristy Judd: operator to be licensed / no proof of insurance expired registration 
Jared Hernandez: no proof of insurance 
John Dilks: operator to be licensed
Robert Mcanally: operator to be licensed / no proof of insurance
Amy Atwater: no proof of insurance



June 23, 2015


Aggravated Burglary


June 22, 2015



Joseph Fred Pacheco: (46) driving while invalid / revoked



Burglary (commercial)



Theft of identity

Criminal damage to property x 2

Aggravated battery



Mark Clark: no dog tags

Anthony M. Gutierrez: criminal damage to property

Joseph Pacheco: display of registration

Geno Pacheco: display of registration

Bobby Sisneros: display of registration / no proof of insurance

Sandi Lemons: no proof of insurance

Nicole Marquez: no proof of insurance / leaving scene of accident 


June 19, 2015



James Lucero (23)              Department of Corrections – failure to report



Brenda Blaubach                 expired registration, no insurance, & driver to be licensed

Julian Martinez                   seatbelt violation & driver to be licensed



June 18, 2015



Benito Chavez III                 District bench warrant – failure to appear

Melissa Martinez                 Department of Corrections – probation violation – drugs

George Romero                   Magistrate bench warrant – failure to pay fines 



One incident of drug trafficking


David Martinez                    no insurance

Preston Reno                       no insurance, driver to be licensed, & expired registration

Stephanie Tapia                   failure to signal & seatbelt violation                                          



June 17, 2015



Andrew James Herrera: (27) Arrest Order / drugs

Bobby A. Herbold: (27) Bench Warrant / failure to appear/ Arrest Warrant: Rio Arriba County / resisting, evading, obstructing an officer and escape from custody of a peace officer

Joshua L. Zamora: (29) Arrest Order / violated probation conditions/ state laws / alcohol

Keith William Adams: (27) Aggravated DWI / negligent use of a deadly weapon



 Keith W. Adams: headlight out 


June 16, 2015


Bryan L. Jacobs: (21) Tested positive for drugs / reporting/ association 


June 15, 2015



Denise Gallegos: (43) Bench Warrant / failure to appear

Jamie L. Gallegos-Hamilton: (26) Arrest Order /reporting/violated conditions of release

Manuel Lucero: (25) Bench Warrant / failure to comply with the Adult Court Program

Vincent M. Martinez: (23) indecent exposure / criminal damage to property / disorderly conduct




Criminal trespass

Unlawful taking of a motor vehicle



Leroy Romero: vicious animal (3 Counts) dog at large (3 counts)

Roxana Mares: no city dog tags / dog at large

Nicole Marquez: criminal trespass

Megan Trantham: speeding / no proof of insurance /operator to be licensed

Tyler Blake: no proof of insurance

Leroy Martinez: expired registration /no proof of insurance

Joseph Apache: no proof of insurance

Kayla Sandoval: no proof of insurance /speeding

Mathew McDonald: invalid suspended/no proof of insurance

Juliana Martinez: seatbelt violation

Warren Fresquez: seatbelt violation

Brenda Blaubach: expired tags (registration) /no proof of insurance/suspended drivers license 


June 12, 2015



Marina Herrera: (25) Bench Warrant / failure to appear

Richard J. Marquez: (31) Arrest Warrant / aggravated battery

Eric G. Perea: (27) Arrest Order / probation/state laws and parole/conduct



Breaking and entering



Stephen S. Draper: zoning permit required

Henri Trueba: criminal trespass

Andria Duran:  failure to stop / driver to be licensed / immediate notice (left scene of accident)

Zachariah Holderby: no proof of insurance 


June 11, 2015



Robert Martinez: (35) Arrest Order / failure to report

Albert Garcia: (46) Bench Warrant / failure to comply with conditions of probation 

Angel Rosas: (18) assault and criminal damage against household member

Geno A. Pacheco: (50) Bench Warrant / failure to pay fines 


June 10, 2015


Brittany Romero: (20) Bench Warrant / failure to appear

Stephen Lanier: (39) Restraining Order Violation

Nicole Marquez: (43) Bench Warrant / failure to appeaR 

Monica Cordova: (35) Three Bench Warrants / failure to appear


June 9, 2015


Daniel Vigil: (21) Bench Warrant/failure to pay fines

Anthony Chavez: (42) Arrest Order for state laws and arrest, Robbery and tampering with evidence



Criminal damage to property



Eddie Lawrence: speeding

Christian Trujillo: speeding 


June 8, 2015



Patricia Mares: (34) Arrest Warrant/burglary commercial/tampering with evidence

Vanessa M. Sanchez: (24) Three Bench Warrants all for failure to appear

Daniel McGrath: (24) Arrest Order/drugs

Daniel V. Vigil: (20) Arrest Order: Arrest Order/reporting /Resisting evading/obstructing an officer /possession of drug paraphernalia

David M. Aragon: (54) Bench Warrant /failure to appear

Nicole Valdez: (25) Bench Warrant/failure to appear

Robert Martinez: (35) Bench Warrant/aggravated battery against household member/larceny/criminal damage to property of household member, Bench Warrant for failure to comply with conditions of release resisting/evading officer (2counts)

Seth T. Bower: (20) Arrest Warrant/burglary x 2 residential and commercial / possession of controlled substance







Tamara Romero: no proof of insurance

Edward Martinez: seatbelt violation

Jerry Armijo: no proof of insurance/obstructed view (windshield)

Steve Wilson: no registration (license plate on vehicle) /expired registration

Vanessa M. Sanchez: shoplifting

Kay Moss: shoplifting (2 counts)


June 5, 2015


Bryan Encinias: (22) Bench Warrant /failure to pay fines

Patrick Martinez: (31) Arrest Order/residential burglary/tampering with evidence

Marina Quintana: (49) Arrest Order/drugs and alcohol

Thomas Vargas: (39) Arrest Order/drugs

Brittany Trujillo: (22) Bench Warrant / failure to pay fines

James Winchester: (39) Bench Warrant / possession of a controlled substance and use or possession of drug paraphernalia




Andrew F. Martinez: battery

Kathleen Cordova: no proof of insurance

Catherine Berg: failure to signal

Kathy Mares: seatbelt violation

Kent Wilkins: no proof of insurance  


Kathleen Cordova: failure to signal

Kent Wilkins: failure to signal 


June 4, 2015


Gabriel Montano: (40) Arrest Warrant (Arizona) /possession of dangerous drugs and paraphernalia

Amber McKown: (36) Bench Warrant (Angel Fire NM) contempt of court 


John Pascetti: application to do business

Susan Madrid: failure to stop at red light/no proof of insurance


June 3, 2015


Richard DeMars: (45) Arrest Order/ drugs

Isaac C. Ocana: (36) Bench Warrant / failure to appear

Stephanie Munoz: (32) invalid revoked drivers license

Merissa S. Mares: (22) Bench Warrant / failure to comply with conditions of release


Stephanie Munoz: invalid revoked license

Jennifer Apodaca: no display of registration/ motorcycle endorsement/no proof of insurance/operator to be licensed

Paul Gurule: driver to be licensed/expired registration


Bridget Rodriguez: following to close

Anthony Romero: speeding

Toby Henson: failure to signal

Kelly Krieg: equipment violation (tail light) 


June 2, 2015


Shammy Casarez: (25) Battery against a household member

Sandy Sandoval: (35) Two Bench Warrants both for failure to appear

Eric Martinez: (37) Bench Warrant/failure to pay fines




Michael Tapia: invalid revoked license/ no proof of insurance

Nicole Marquez: stop sign violation/ no proof of insurance

Denise Gallegos: invalid suspended license

Juan Ortiz: driver to be licensed

Samantha Stockton: improper parking

Sam Montoya: seatbelt violation

Cayla M. Phillips: retaining stolen property 


June 1, 2015


Edwin Goss: (49) Arrest Warrant/trafficking /possession of controlled substance/tampering with evidence/ possession of drug paraphernalia

Yolanda M. Vasquez: (39) Bench Warrant/failure to complete community service in lieu of fines and fees

Danielle Cordova: (34) Arrest Order/drugs

Michael Paul Vigil: (19) Bench Warrant/ failure to appear

Merissa S. Mares: (22) Bench Warrant/ failure to appear

Delbert Everett Kinney Jr.: (47) Bench Warrant (Curry County)/failure to comply with conditions of probations set forth

Bench Warrant (Curry County) Bench Warrant/failure to appear

Andrew Romero: (29) Bench Warrant/failure to comply with conditions of probation on charges of larceny 

Arrest Order: failure to report

Christopher Jon Selleck: (29) Bench Warrant/ failure to appear

George Romero: (57) Bench Warrant/failure to pay fines

John J. Padilla: (42) Bench Warrant/ failure to pay fines



burglary   (from vehicle x 2)


burglary (residential)



Tina M. Lopez: shoplifting

Marina Herrera: no proof of insurance

Juan Ortiz: careless driving

Adam Chavez: seatbelt violation

Preston Reno: expired registration/driver to be licensed /no proof of insurance