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Eighth Judicial District Court Docket Report: September 12 – October 3, 2017

Docket Report September 12 – October 3, 2017
Rosezena Perry appeared for Jury trial on September 12, 2017. After deliberation, the Jury found Ms. Perry not guilty on 3 counts of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor.
Karen Hernandez appeared for Arraignment on September 14, 2017. She was released on her own recognizance on all standard conditions of release.
Steven Harrison appeared for Arraignment on September 14, 2017. He was released on his own recognizance on all standard conditions of release and the special condition that he shall have no contact with the alleged victim.
Amanda Velasquez appeared for Arraignment on September 14, 2017. Ms. Velasquez entered into a global plea agreement where she plead guilty to Residential Burglary, a third degree felony, and Possession of a Controlled Substance, a fourth degree felony. The Court sentenced Ms. Velasquez to a 3 year Conditional Discharge. As part of her sentence, Ms. Velasquez is order to apply to and successfully complete the Adult Drug Court program.
Melissa Medina appeared for a Probation Violation Hearing on September 27, 2017. Ms. Medina entered into an agreement in which she admitted to 9 probation violations. Sentencing was rescheduled for two weeks in order to allow Ms. Medina time to find treatment.
Bacilio Zamora-Lugo appeared for a Motion Hearing on September 27, 2017, in which a plea offer was presented to the Court. Mr. Zamora-Lugo pled guilty to Count 1, Trafficking Controlled Substances (Possess with Intent to Distribute)(Narcotic or Meth)(1st Offense), a second degree felony. He was sentenced to 9 year NMDOC and all of the time with the exception of 435 days was suspended. Mr. Zamora-Lugo received pre-confinement credit of 429 days and will be held in County Custody for an additional 6 days to total out the 435 days. Upon his release from County Jail, if he is not picked up by I.C.E., he shall immediately report to APPO.
Salomon Marquez appeared for a First Appearance Hearing on September 27, 2017. He entered into an agreement in which he admitted to 4 probation violations and was entered on an unsatisfactory discharge from probation.
Richard James Clear appeared for Docket Call on September 27, 2017. He entered into a plea agreement with the State in which he pled guilty to Count 1: Possession of a Controlled Substance (Felony-Narcotic Drug), a fourth degree felony. The State dismissed Count 2: Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a misdemeanor. Mr. Clear was sentenced to a suspended sentence of 18 months. He will serve 12 months on supervised probation with APPO.
Brianna Romero appeared for Docket Call on September 27, 2017. She entered into a plea agreement with the State in which she pled guilty to Count 1: Possession of a Controlled Substance (Felony-Narcotic Drug), a fourth degree felony. She was entered on a 12 month Conditional Discharge under the controlled substances act. Ms. Romero will be on supervised probation with APPO for 12 months, is ordered to pay a $100.00 fine to the Raton Crime Stoppers, and must undergo an alcohol/drug assessment and comply with the recommendations of the screener in regard to maybe having to participate in the Adult Drug Court Program.
Michael Sandoval appeared for Arraignment on September 27, 2017. Bond was set as an Own Recognizance bond and all standard conditions of release were set.
Randy Sanchez appeared for a Plea Conference on September 27, 2017. He pled no contest to Count 4: Possession of a Controlled Substance (Felony-Narcotic Drug), a fourth degree felony, and Count 5: Possession of a Controlled Substance (Felony-Narcotic Drug), a fourth degree felony. Counts 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 were dismissed by the State. Mr. Sanchez was sentenced to 18 months supervised probation with APPO, which will be allowed to be transferred to the State of Colorado.
Anita Segura appeared for a Non-Jury Trial on October 2, 2017. The case was dismissed with prejudice by the State.
Ronald Brashear appeared for a Non-Jury Trial in an appeal from the Raton Magistrate Court on October 2, 2017. He was found guilty of Count 1: Failure to Obey Traffic Signal under Statute 66-7-105. He was ordered to pay the fines and Court costs associated with the violation. The sentence was deferred by the Court for a period of 90 days.
Scott Maldonado appeared for a Motion Hearing on October 3, 2017, in which he entered in a plea agreement and all motions were rescinded. Mr. Maldonado pled guilty to Count 1: Second Degree Murder, a second degree felony. He also admitted to being the same person who was convicted in D-412-CR-2002-104 on 3 Counts: Voluntary Manslaughter, False Imprisonment, and Failure to Annually Renew Sex Offender Registration. The Court imposed the habitual offender sentence of 1 year incarceration at NMDOC. An additional sentence of 15 years incarceration was ordered and 4 of those years were suspended. Once Mr. Maldonado is released from the 12 year period of incarceration, he will serve the remaining 4 years on supervised probation with APPO, which will run concurrent with his parole period. Due to the offense being a serious violent offense, he will serve 85% of his sentence incarcerated. Mr. Maldonado was also ordered to have no contact with the family of the deceased victim.

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