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Eighth Judicial District Court Docket Report: October 4 – 13, 2017

Roxanne Valdez appeared for Arraignment on October 4, 2017. A not guilty plea was entered on all counts. Ms. Valdez was placed on an ROR (Release on Own Recognizance) bond with all standard conditions of release set.
Jacquelyn Sullivan-Aguilar appeared for Arraignment on October 4, 2017. A not guilty plea was entered on all counts. Ms. Sullivan-Aguilar was placed on an ROR (Release on Own Recognizance) bond with all standard conditions of release set. She was also ordered to take random UAs.
Vincent Warrick appeared for Arraignment on October 4, 2017. A not guilty plea was entered on all counts. Mr. Warrick was placed on an ROR (Release on Own Recognizance) bond with all standard conditions of release set. He was also ordered to report to HRDA for a drug/alcohol screen and will have to follow the recommendations of the screener.
A Bench Warrant in the amount of $5,000.00 cash only was issued for Patricia Mastrantoni for failure to appear on October 4, 2017.
Andrew Romero appeared for a Plea Conference on October 4, 2017. He pled guilty to Count 1: Issuing a Worthless Check ($25 or More), a felony, and Count 2: Issuing a Worthless Check ($25 or More), a felony. Mr. Romero was sentenced to 18 months supervised probation and must pay restitution and a $100.00 donation to the Raton Crime Stoppers. His probation may be changed to unsupervised probation once all restitution and the donation are paid.
Mikel Purdue appeared for a Probation Violation Hearing on October 4, 2017. The Court dismissed the motion to revoke probation.
Santiago Romero appeared for Arraignment on October 4, 2017. He entered into an agreement with the State in which he pled guilty to Count 1: Possession of a Controlled Substance (Felony-Narcotic Drug), a fourth degree felony and Count 3: Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a misdemeanor. Mr. Romero was placed on 12 months supervised probation with APPO on all standard terms and conditions. He was also ordered to make a $100.00 donation to the Raton Crime Stoppers and must report to HRDA for a drug/alcohol screen and must follow the recommendations of the screener.
Michael Sandoval appeared for a Motion to Revoke Conditions of Release Hearing on October 11, 2017. The Court granted the State’s motion and bond was sent in each case at $5,000.00 cash only. If Mr. Sandoval was able to get into treatment, the conditions could potentially be changed to allow treatment.
A bench warrant in the amount of $5,000.00 cash only was issued for Leroy Martinez for failure to appear.
David Baca appeared for a First Appearance Hearing on October 11, 2017. The Court dismissed the State’s Motion to Revoke Probation under the Rule 5-805. Mr. Baca was ordered to immediately report to the APPO office.
Daniel Vigil appeared for Plea Conference on October 11, 2017. He pled guilty to two counts in two separate cases. In D-809-CR-2017-120, Mr. Vigil pled guilty to Count 1: Assault by a Prisoner (Apprehension of Battery), a third degree felony. In D-809-CR-2017-19, Mr. Vigil pled guilty to Count 1: Criminal Damage to Property (Over $1000), a fourth degree felony. He also admitted to being the same Daniel Vigil who was convicted in D-809-CR-2015-28. Mr. Vigil was sentenced to 1 year incarceration at NMDOC. Upon his release, he will serve 4.5 years on supervised probation with APPO under all standard conditions of probation. The parole period and probation will run concurrent. The Court ordered that Mr. Vigil make a $100.00 donation to the Raton Crime Stoppers, pay all restitution, and pay all fines and fees as required by statute
Marshall E. Warrick appeared for Arraignment on October 11, 2017. A not guilty plea was entered on all counts. Mr. Warrick was placed on an ROR (Release on Own Recognizance) bond with all standard conditions of release set. He was also ordered to report to HRDA for a drug/alcohol screen and will have to follow the recommendations of the screener.
Patrick Padilla appeared for Plea Conference on October 11, 2017. He pled guilty to Count 1: False Evidence of Title or Registration (Alter), a fourth degree felony. He also admitted his identity in two prior convictions, D-809-CR-2015-46 and D-809-CR-2016-16. The State held one of the priors in abeyance. Mr. Padilla was sentenced to a 1 year period of incarceration which he will serve on a GPS monitor while serving a current parole period in another matter. After the parole period has ended, Mr. Padilla will serve 18 months on supervised probation with APPO. He was also ordered to pay a $150.00 donation to the Raton Crime Stoppers.
A bench warrant was issued for Raul Antonio Olivera in the amount of $5,000.00 cash only for failure to appear.
Juan Ruquejo appeared for Arraignment on October 11, 2017. He entered into a plea agreement with the State in which he pled guilty to Count 1: Aggravated Fleeing a Law Enforcement Officer, a fourth degree felony, Count 2: Resisting, Evading, or Obstructing an Officer (Arrest), a misdemeanor, and Count 3, Resisting, Evading, or Obstructing an Officer (Arrest), a misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 3.5 years supervised probation with APPO. Mr. Ruquejo was also ordered to make a $100.00 donation to the Raton Crime Stoppers and must pay all fines and fees as required by statute.
Andrew Romero appeared for Arraignment on October 11, 2017. A not guilty plea was entered on all counts. Mr. Romero was placed on an ROR (Release on Own Recognizance) bond with all standard conditions of release set. He was also ordered to report to HRDA for a drug/alcohol screen and will have to follow the recommendations of the screener as well as participate in the ADC program.
Michael Sandoval appeared for a Plea Conference in two matters on October 11, 2017. In D-809-CR-2017-4, he pled guilty to Count 4: Residential Burglary, a third degree felony. In D-809-CR-2017-17, he pled guilty to Count 1: Escape from a Community Custody Release Program (Felony), a fourth degree felony. Mr. Sandoval also admitted his identity in 3 prior felony convictions, D-202-CR-2009-4740, D-809-CR-2012-70, and D-809-CR-2013-34. The State imposed two of the priors and held one in abeyance. He was sentenced to a 4 year period of incarceration at the NMDOC, followed by a 2 year parole period and 3 years supervised probation with APPO. The parole and probationary periods are to run concurrent. Mr. Sandoval was allowed an 8 hour furlough on October 13, 2017, ordered to pay restitution, a $100.00 donation to the Raton Crime Stoppers, all fines and fees required by statute, and shall have no contact with the victim.
Adrian Duran appeared for Sentencing on October 13, 2017. He was found guilty of Voluntary Manslaughter, a third degree felony with a firearm enhancement (as amended by the State in the Criminal Information). He was sentenced to 7 year period of incarceration at NMDOC, followed by a 2 year parole period.

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