April 10 — Public record

Recent cases in Roosevelt County Magistrate Court, according to court documents:

March 8

• Joey Pena, no birth date available, pleaded no contest to minor in possession of alcohol. Pena’s sentence was deferred for 90 days with 30 hours of community service and $73 in fines and fees.

• John W. Chavez, born in 1952, pleaded no contest to exceeding the bag limit of trout. Chavez’s sentence was deferred for 30 days, and he was to pay $73 in fines and fees.

• Randy Chavez, born in 1951, pleaded no contest to exceeding the bag limit of trout. Chavez’s sentence was deferred for 30 days, and he was to pay $73 in fines and fees.

March 10

• Jonathan R. Lopez, born in 1986, pleaded guilty to a first offense of aggravated DWI. Lopez was sentenced to two days in jail, 364 days of supervised probation and $521 in fines and fees.

• Jonathan R. Lopez, born in 1986, pleaded guilty to driving on a revoked license. Lopez was sentenced to 364 days of supervised probation and $381 in fines and fees.

• Michael Nichols, born in 1967, pleaded no contest to a second offense of aggravated DWI. Nichols was sentenced to eight days in jail, two years of supervised probation and $741 in fines and fees.

March 11

• Rhonda Berry, born in 1987, pleaded no contest, pursuant to a conditional discharge, to larceny. The court accepted the plea with no adjudication of guilt pursuant to a conditional discharge at the end of six months. Berry was sentenced to six months of unsupervised probation, and after six months could petition the court of discharge and a dismissal might be entered.

• Mark Douglas, born in 1989, pleaded guilty to indecent exposure as per a plea agreement. Douglas was sentenced to six months of unsupervised probation and $73 in fines and fees.

• Richard Canales, born in 1987, pleaded guilty to a second offense of aggravated DWI. Canales was sentenced to eight days in jail, two years of supervised probation and $741 in fines and fees.

• Nicholas Eason, born in 1989, pleaded guilty to a first offense of DWI, and charges of defective equipment and no insurance were dismissed as per a plea agreement. Eason was sentenced to 364 days of supervised probation and $541 in fines and fees.

March 16

• Robert D. Ohlsson, born in 1953, pleaded no contest to hunting on private property without written permission. The court accepted the plea with no adjudication of guilt pursuant to a conditional discharge at the end of 90 days. A charge of unlawful killing of a pheasant was dismissed as per agreement. Ohlsson was sentenced to $73 in fines and fees and 90 days of unsupervised probation. After Ohlsson completed the probation conditions, the charges were to be dismissed.

March 17

• Arturo Mascorro, born in 1973, pleaded guilty to a second offense of aggravated DWI, open container and operation of vehicle on approach of authorized emergency vehicles. Mascorro was sentenced to four days in jail, two years of supervised probation and $938 in fines and fees.

• Juan R. Diaz, born in 1975, pleaded no contest to battery on a household member, interference with communication and telephone harassment. Diaz was sentenced to two years of supervised probation and $529 in fines and fees.

March 22

• Christopher Inge, born in 1990, pleaded no contest to minor in possession of alcohol and not maintaining traffic lanes. Inge’s sentences were deferred for 90 days with 90 days unsupervised probation and $134 in fines and fees.

April 4

• Javier Moran, born in 1972, pleaded no contest to a first offense of DWI. Moran was sentenced to 364 days of supervised probation and $541 in fines and fees.