July 12, 2020
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Defendants opt for pleas
Katrina L. (Willhite) Randall, pled in 2 separate cases of possession of meth and sentenced to 360 days suspended to probation in both cases to be served. She must complete 40 hours of community service by Jan. 20, 2021.
Aqueilah J. Hardesty, possession of meth, F6, and sentenced to 180 days with credit for 54 days.
Anthony Menendez, auto theft, F6, and sentenced to 368 days or time served.
Paula Jo Becker has pled in 2 cases to theft, an A misdemeanor and meth, F6. She received 108 days for the theft and 180 for the meth with 84 days credit.
Valirie Nicole Lakes, possession of a syringe, an F6, and sentenced to 540 days with credit of 210 days to be served consecutive to an F6 in another county.
Dawson A. Hess' sentence for battery causing moderate bodily injury has been amended to 540 days with 270 days suspended to probation and 135 credit days.
Ruben Gaitan, III, intimidation, an F5 and sentenced to 776 days with 360 days suspended to probation and credit for 222 days.
Brayton MS Eder has pled in 2 cases. He pled to possession of meth and dealing meth, both F5s and sentenced to 4 years on each plea with 275 credit days. The sentences will be served concurrently with each other. He was recommended for purposeful incarceration (therapeutic community program) for treatment of substance abuse while at the DOC.
Dustin Nickolas Stump has pled to auto theft, an F6, and sentenced to 400 days in jail with 192 credit days.
Sherri Michelle (Bright) Kalvig pled to possession of meth, entered as an A misdemeanor, and sentenced to 138 days with 69 actual days credit.
Ricky Dale Standager, intimidation of law enforcement officer, an F6, and sentenced to 540 days with 16 months suspended to probation to be served consecutive to 2 C misdemeanor cases. He was given 25 days credit.
The following have pled to nonsupport of a dependent, an F6:
Jesse T. Hawkins has pled and received 18 months suspended to probation;
Anthony Menendez received 18 months suspended to probation consecutive to a 2019 F6 case here.; andShawn Jeremy Alvarado has been sentenced to nonsupport, in this case an A misdemeanor, and sentenced to a year, with the sentence suspended to probation with 2 credit days.
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