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Eighth Judicial District Court Docket June 2-23, 2017

Docket report from June 2, 2017- June 23, 2017

June 5, 2017

Edward D. Jacobs appeared for Jury Trial in Union County. After deliberations, the Jury found the Defendant guilty of Count 1: Trafficking Controlled Substances (Possession with Intent to Distribute)(Narcotic or Meth)(1st Offense), a Second Degree Felony. Sentencing was continued to a later date as the Court ordered that a 60 day diagnostic occur.

June 12, 2017

Josephine Romero appeared for a pre-trial conference. The State requested that the trial date be continued and the Court granted that motion.

Louie DeHerrera appeared for a pre-trial conference. The parties indicated that they are ready for trial on June 26, 2017.

Jesse Urquijo appeared for a pre-trial conference. He accepted a plea agreement in which he plead no contest to Count 1: Possession of a Controlled Substance (Felony – Narcotic Drug), a Fourth Degree Felony; Count 3: Tampering with Evidence (Highest Crime a Third, Fourth, or Indeterminate Degree Felony), a Fourth Degree Felony; and Count 5: Resisting, Evading, or Obstructing an Officer (Arrest), a Misdemeanor. Counts 2 and 4 were dismissed by the State. Mr. Urquijo was sentenced to a Conditional Discharge for 3 years. All standard conditions of probation were entered with the special condition that Mr. Urquijo will have to apply and complete the Adult Drug Court Program.

Alonzo Chavez appeared for arraignment. Not guilty pleas were entered on all counts. Bond was set at $100,000.00 appearance. All standard conditions of release were ordered and Mr. Chavez has agreed to remain out of Cimarron, New Mexico.

A bench warrant in the amount of $5,000.00 cash or surety was issued for failure to appear on Stephen J. Draper.

Rebecca Romero appeared for arraignment. Not guilty pleas were entered on all counts. Bond was set to continue as set forth by the Magistrate Court in the amount of $20,000.00 appearance. Ms. Romero is ordered to report to HRDA for a drug screen/assessment and must complete the recommendations made by HRDA.

Richard Demars appeared for a probation violation hearing. He was found to have violated his probation. Sentencing was postponed to a future date.

Rosezena Perry appeared on a Motion to Dismiss. The Motion to Dismiss was denied by the Court.

David K. Martinez appeared for arraignment. Denials were entered on all counts. Bond and conditions of release were ordered to remain the same as set forth by the Magistrate Court. A special conditions of random UA’s was ordered.

Patricia Mares appeared for arraignment. Denials were entered on all counts. Bond was set at $10,000.00 cash or surety. The bond may be reduced if Ms. Mares is screened and assessed by HRDA for drug court or accepted to a 30 day or more inpatient treatment.

Jolene Onstott appeared for First Appearance on a probation violation. Denials were entered on all counts. Bond was set at $5,000.00 cash or surety.

Daniel McGrath appeared for a first appearance on a probation violation. Denials were entered on all counts. There were procedural issues within the case and the Motion to Revoke Probation was dismissed by the Court.

June 19, 2017

Patrick Mastrantoni appeared for a sentencing hearing. He was sentenced on Count 1: Unlawful Taking of a Motor Vehicle, 2nd Offense, a Third Degree Felony; this charge was enhanced by two priors for a sentence of 7 years DOC. He was also sentenced on Count 2: Burglary of a Dwelling, a Third Degree Felony; this charge was enhanced by two priors for a sentence of 7 years DOC. The two sentences are ordered to run consecutively for a total incarceration time of 14 years. Mr. Mastrantoni is to receive credit for pre-sentence confinement and the time he has already served in DOC. He will also get credit for the 218 days because the State did not enhance any absconder time. Sentence was entered for 14 years and no time was suspended.

Bryan Garcia appeared for a Probation Violation Hearing. He admitted to Counts 1 and 3 of the motion to revoke probation. Mr. Garcia’s probation was revoked and reinstated on all previous terms/conditions with the addition of zero tolerance policy.

June 21, 2017

Steven Hernandez appeared for a first appearance hearing. The Court continued the bond. Mr. Hernandez is to comply with all standard conditions of release.

David Pineda appeared for arraignment. Bond was set at $20,000.00 appearance. Mr. Pineda is to comply with all sex offender registration requirements and shall comply with all standard conditions of release.

William Crawford appeared for arraignment. Bond was set at $2,500.00 cash or surety. If Mr. Crawford posts bond, he shall comply with all standard conditions of release.

Patrick Mastrantoni appeared for arraignment. Bond was set at $5,000.00 cash or surety. Conditions of release were not set due to Mr. Mastrantoni being in the custody of DOC.

Joseph Herrera appeared for arraignment. Bond was set at $10,000.00 appearance. Mr. Herrera is to comply with all standard conditions of release and will be allowed to continue living in Mora County.

Gabriel Mares appeared for a probation violation hearing. He took an admission agreement from the State, in which he admitted to Count 1 of the Motion to Revoke Probation. Sentencing has been set for a later date.

Melissa Medina appeared for a probation violation hearing. The Court ordered an extension of time for 15 days. The matter was re-set for July 10, 2017.

Mitchell Maye appeared for a first appearance hearing. Bond was set at $5,000.00 cash or surety. Mr. Maye is to comply with all standard conditions of release.

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