District court news for Dec. 8, 2018

Published 11:08 am Monday, December 10, 2018

The following criminal cases were resolved in Clark District Court Nov. 28, 2018, with Judge William Clouse presiding.

— Lathe D. Al-Auquaili, receiving stolen property, amended to attempt, pleaded guilty, 180 days, 135 days conditionally discharged; driving on a suspended operator’s license, pleaded guilty, 15 days; trafficking in stolen identities, amended to attempt, pleaded guilty, concurrent sentence; carrying a concealed deadly weapon, pleaded guilty, concurrent sentence.

— Jonathan G. Banks, third-degree burglary, preliminary hearing, probable cause found, sent to grand jury.

— Latoyia Childers, third-degree burglary, amended to first-degree criminal trespassing, pleaded guilty, 90 days, 70 days conditionally discharged; theft of identity, amended to giving officer a false name, pleaded guilty, concurrent sentence.

— Triston Dakota Craig, theft by unlawful taking, amended to attempt, pleaded guilty, 360 days conditionally discharged; theft by unlawful taking, leaded guilty, concurrent sentence.

— Lydia Mary Kay Galloway, theft by unlawful taking, pleaded guilty, 120 days, 107 days conditionally discharged; first-degree possession of a controlled substance, amended to attempt, pleaded guilty, concurrent sentence; first-degree promoting contraband, amended to attempt, pleaded guilty, concurrent sentence.

— Elmer Hale, harassment, theft by unlawful taking, fraudulent use of a credit card, theft of identity, preliminary hearing, probable cause found, sent to grand jury.

— Eric J. Hatton, theft by unlawful taking, pleaded guilty, 210 days, 189 days conditionally discharged; first-degree possession of a controlled substance, amended to attempt, pleaded guilty, concurrent sentence.

— Kaleb B. Keanaaina, fourth-degree assault, amended to second-degree assault, preliminary hearing, probable cause found, sent to grand jury.

— Sidney P. Kibbey, second-degree burglary, amended to first-degree criminal trespassing, pleaded guilty, 180 days, 150 days conditionally discharged.

— Francisco Rameriz, first-degree wanton endangerment, amended to attempt, pleaded guilty, 180 days, 165 days conditionally discharged.

— Bonnie J. Reliford, third-degree burglary, amended to attempt, pleaded guilty, 360 days, 358 days conditionally discharged; contempt of court, dismissed.

— Bonnie J. Reliford, possession of burglary tools, pleaded guilty, 360 days, 358 days conditionally discharged, concurrent with previous case; contempt of court, dismissed.

— Michael Sallee, trafficking in a controlled substance, second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, waived to grand jury.

— Natalie A. Shearer, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, amended to attempt, pleaded guilty, 360 days, 334 days conditionally discharged; driving on a suspended operator’s license, pleaded guilty, 26 days concurrent; violation of conditions of release, pleaded guilty, concurrent sentence.

The following criminal cases were filed recently in Clark District Court with Judge Charles Hardin presiding.

— Joseph D. Angel, driving under the influence, amended to operating contrary to laws, pleaded guilty, fined; no or expired registration plate, dismissed.

— Victoria Buckland, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, fined, 30-day license suspension.

— James D. Combs, public intoxication, pleaded guilty, fined; possession of marijuana, pleaded guilty, fined; prescription controlled substance not in proper container, pleaded guilty, fined.

— Charles Donathan, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, sentencing Feb. 18, 2019; possession of open container of alcohol in motor vehicle, dismissed.

— Melissa J. Dunn, possession of drug paraphernalia, pleaded guilty, two days; contempt of court, dismissed.

— Mitchell S. Griffith, possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed.

— Paula S. Hamilton, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, sentencing Jan. 9, 2019.

— Jason Carl McVey, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, fined, 30-day license suspension.

— Shavaughn B. Morton, theft by unlawful taking, pleaded guilty, 30 days conditionally discharged.

— Thelisa T. Ripy, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, sentencing Feb. 25, 2019; leaving the scene of an accident, amended to second-degree fleeing or evading police, pleaded guilty, 30 days, 28 days conditionally discharged; possession of open container or alcohol in motor vehicle, dismissed.

— Thomas Wayne Sizemore, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, fined, 30-day license suspension; no or expired registration plate, dismissed.

— Nancy Miranda Stinnett, theft by unlawful taking, pleaded guilty, 30 days conditionally discharged.

— Cody M. West, careless driving, pleaded guilty, fined.

— Ridge D. Wilson, fourth-degree assault, pleaded guilty, 180 days jail or rehab; violation of EPO/DVO, pleaded guilty, concurrent sentence.

— Ridge D. Wilson, fourth-degree assault, pleaded guilty, 180 days jail or rehab, concurrent with previous case.

— Lowrey Woosley, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, fined, 30-day license suspension.

— Lillian Tuel, possession of drug paraphernalia, pleaded guilty, two days.

— Stephanie Y. Chapman, possession of a controlled substance, pleaded guilty, 46 days.

— Misty Deaton, fourth-degree assault, stipulated to probable cause, dismissed; alcohol intoxication, stipulated to probable cause, dismissed; disorderly conduct, stipulated to probable cause, dismissed.

— Brian C. Durham, terroristic threatening, dismissed; third-degree criminal mischief, dismissed; fourth-degree assault, dismissed.

— Charles R. Early, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, sentencing Jan. 28, 2019; failure to maintain insurance, pleaded guilty, sentencing Jan. 28, 2019.

— Tyler E. Fugate, fourth-degree assault, pleaded guilty, 30 days.

— Mitchell S. Griffith, fourth-degree assault, pleaded guilty, 18 days; contempt of court, dismissed.

— Debra Lynne Turner, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, sentencing Feb. 25, 2019.

— Ruth A. Zamarron, failure to or improper signal, pleaded guilty, two days; driving on a DUI-suspended operator’s license, pleaded guilty, concurrent sentence.