Public record — Nov. 21

Cases handled in Roosevelt County Magistrate Court, according to court documents:

Nov. 15

• Charges of aggravated DWI for refusing a sobriety test, open container, stopped vehicle interfering with traffic and resisting, evading or obstructing an officer against Doris Welch were dismissed without prejudice because the prosecutor declined to prosecute.

• Anthony Gallegos entered a plea of no contest to a charge of battery on a household member as per a written plea agreement. Gallegos was sentenced to two years of supervised probation, probation costs of $30 per month and $73 in fines and fees.

• Richard Mora pled guilty to a second offense of battery on a household member as per a plea agreement. Mora was sentenced to two years supervised probation, probation costs of $30 per month and $73 in fines and fees.

• P.J. Fitzwater pled guilty to resisting, evading or obstructing an officer as per a plea agreement. Fitzwater was sentenced to 364 days supervised probation, which could revert to unsupervised probation after three months if court fines and fees were paid and standard conditions were met, and $73 in fines and fees.

• Jessica Yi pled guilty to a first offense of aggravated DWI and a charge of failure to maintain traffic lanes was dismissed, as per a plea agreement. Yi was sentenced to two days in the Roosevelt County Detention Center, 364 days supervised probation, monthly probation costs of $30 and $241 in fines and fees.

• Frank Coates pled guilty to abuse of glue or aerosol as per a plea agreement. The charge was deferred for 364 days on the conditions that Coates undergo 364 days of supervised probation, a time which could be shortened with proof of completion of the ASPEN program and any drug treatment ordered. Coates also was ordered to pay $73 in fines and fees, and probation costs of $30 per month.

• Sarah Moreno entered a plea of no contest to a charge of driving on a suspended or revoked license and a charge of no insurance was dismissed, as per a plea agreement. Moreno was sentenced to four days in Roosevelt County Detention Center, 364 days of supervised probation and $81 in fines and fees.

• Felicity Pena pled guilty to a first offense of aggravated DWI for refusing a sobriety test, and charges of required position, improper turning at an intersection, having no insurance, expired registration, proof upon demand and another magistrate court case with charges of driving with a revoked or suspended license were dismissed as per a plea agreement. Pena was sentenced to two days in Roosevelt County Detention Center, 364 days of supervised probation, monthly probation costs of $30 and $221 in fines and fees.

Nov. 10

• Esequiel Ornelas pled guilty to a third offense of aggravated DWI (refusing a sobriety test), turning movements, open container, no insurance, no registration and driving on a suspended or revoked license. Ornelas was sentenced to 364 days in Roosevelt County Detention Center with credit for time served beginning Sept. 24, three years and 274 days of supervised probation with a monthly probation cost and $1,831 in fines and fees.

• Orlando Ornelas pled guilty to defective equipment, driving on a revoked or suspended license and resisting, evading or obstructing an officer, amended from aggravated fleeing an officer. Ornelas was sentenced to 60 days in Roosevelt County Detention Center with credit for time served beginning Oct. 4, 668 days supervised probation and $505 in fines and fees.

• Nicholas Morin pled guilty to aggravated DWI and failure to maintain lanes. Morin was sentenced to 47 days in Roosevelt County Detention Center with credit for time served beginning Sept. 24, 364 days supervised probation, $30 per month in probation costs and $312 in fines and fees.

• Gabriel Morin pled not guilty to battery on a household member, and was found guilty by a jury. Morin was sentenced to 90 days in Roosevelt County Detention Center with four days of pre-sentence credit, two years of supervised probation, probation costs of $30 per month and $173 in fines and fees.

Nov. 9

• Corey Horner pled guilty to resisting, evading or obstructing an officer. Horner was sentenced to 364 days of supervised probation with monthly costs and $73 in fines and fees.

Nov. 8

• Francisco Valdez pled guilty to a second offense of aggravated DWI and charges of failure to maintain lanes, open container and failure to carry proof of insurance were dismissed, as per a plea agreement. Valdez was sentenced to eight days in Roosevelt County Detention Center with credit for pre-sentence confinement beginning Oct. 12, two years supervised probation with costs of $30 per month and $721 in fines and fees.

• Oscar Ramirez pled guilty to aggravated DWI and failure to maintain traffic lanes. Ramirez was sentenced to two days in Roosevelt County Detention Center with credit for pre-sentence confinement, 364 days supervised probation with costs of $30 per month and $812 in fines and fees.