Debbie L. Clark, 44, 1970 Melrose St., No. 11, was charged March 5 with two counts of violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act and one count of complicity to third-degree theft. Clark is accused of unlawfully possessing cocaine, using drug paraphernalia, and aiding and abetting a person to wrongfully obtain or exert unauthorized control over merchandise belonging to the New York Store on March 4.
Juan Alvaro-Lopez, 27, address unavailable, was charged March 5 with first-degree rape of a child. Alvaro-Lopez is accused of engaging in sexual intercourse with a girl who was younger than 12 years old on March 4.
Caitlin M. Speich, 19, 509 Ankeny St., was charged March 8 with second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission. Speich is accused of intentionally taking, driving away or voluntarily riding in a vehicle without permission on March 7.
Jesse Alan Guerra, 26, 45 Castoldi Way, was sentenced March 4 on one count fourth-degree assault-domestic violence. The sentence included restitution to be determined, $200 in court costs, $126.90 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $100 each domestic violence penalty assessment, crime lab and biological fees, 365 days in the county jail, 335 days suspended, credit for 28 days served, 24 months probation. On Feb. 25, Guerra pleaded guilty to taking action against another that amounted to fourth-degree assault.
John Everett Stearns, 54, 21495 E. Highway 12, Waitsburg, was sentenced March 4on one count each violation of Uniform Controlled Substances Act-possession of hydrocodone and third-degree driving while license suspended. The sentence included $200 in court costs, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, $100 biological fee, 92 days in the county jail, credit for 92 days served, 12 months community custody. On March 4, Stearns pleaded guilty to unlawfully possession hydrocodone and driving a motor vehicle with a suspended or revoked license on or about Sept. 18.
Teresa Zamora-Banda, 46, 315 W. Sumach St., was sentenced March 8 on one count violation of Uniform Controlled Substances Act-delivering cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school bus route stop designated by the school district. The court dismissed two other counts. The sentence included $200 in court costs, $81 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, $1,000 violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act fee, $500 drug enforcement fund, $100 each crime lab and biological fee, 20 months in the custody of the Department of Corrections, credit for 39 days served. On Feb. 22, Zamora-Banda pleaded guilty to unlawfully delivering cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school bus route stop designated by the school district.