Recent cases before the Magistrate Court in Roosevelt County, according to court documents:
• Valentin Barrientos-Perez, DOB unknown, pleaded guilty of DUI (first), driver must be licensed and child restraint (two counts); sentenced to 90 days in jail, $574 in fines; DWI school within 60 days; alcohol screening within 30 days of release; 48 hours community service within 90 days of release and install an ignition interlock on any and all vehicles driven for one year.
• Patricia Villa, DOB 1978, pleaded guilty to Battery on a household member and sentenced to 364 days in jail with 364 suspended; two years supervised probation; must attend ASPEN class within 90 days; enter and complete a CYFD approved batterer’s intervention program; no contact with victim until half of intervention program is complete and only if victim is enrolled in counseling. Fined $73.
• Brad Lucero, DOB 1974, pleaded guilty to DUI (third) and driving on a suspended or revoked driver license. Sentenced to 364 days in jail with 334 days suspended leaving 30 days to serve; three years supervised probation; must complete ASPEN program within 90 days; must complete drug/alcohol screening within 30 days of release; must enter into and complete a 28-day in-patient, residential or in-custody treatment program or an outpatient program for not less than 90 days; must have ignition interlock for three years, pay $1,332 in fines and complete 96 hours community service within 182 days of release.
• Facundo Piedra-Mendoza, DOB unknown, pleaded guilty to DUI (first) and driver must be licensed. Sentenced to 90 days in jail; DWI school within 60 days of release; drug/alcohol screening within 30 days of release; 24 hours community service within 90 days of release; install ignition interlock for one year on any vehicle driven by defendant; $643 in fines and court costs.
• Monique Lopez, DOB 1987, pleaded no contest and found guilty of possession of marijuana under one ounce. Sentenced to 15 days in jail with 15 days deferred; unsupervised probation for 15 days; ASPEN program within 60 days; and $148 in fines. Charge of possession of drug paraphernalia is dismissed per written plea agreement.
• Francesca Zamora, DOB 1982, pleaded no contest and found guilty of battery. Sentenced to six months in jail with six months suspended; six months supervised probation; ASPEN program within 90 days; enter anger management counseling; have no contact with the victim and pay $73 in fines.
• Elsa Hernandez, DOB 1963, found guilty of accident involving personal injury; sentenced to 364 days in jail with 364 suspended; 364 days supervised probation; must attend ASPEN program, drug and alcohol screening, and pay restitution in amount determined by probation officer; fined $81. Charges of immediate notice of accident and duty to render aid are dismissed per written plea agreement.
• Guadalupe Larez, DOB 1984, pleaded guilty to aggravated DWI (first) and sentenced to 90 days in jail with all but 48 hours suspended; one year supervised probation; ASPEN program; DWI school and DWI screening; $221 in fines and fees and defendant must install ignition interlock on all vehicles driven for one year. Credit for 14 hours time served.
• Reyna Lynn, DOB unknown, found guilty of DWI, failure to obey sign, open container, proof of registration, expired driver license and no proof of insurance; sentenced to 90 days in jail with 90 days suspended; one year supervised probation; ASPEN program; DWI school and DWI screening; $881 in fines and fees and must install ignition interlock for one year on any vehicle defendant drives.
• Virginia Ornelas, DOB 1986, pleaded guilty to criminal damage; sentence is deferred for six months while defendant serves six month unsupervised probation; fined $73.