Superior Court - JUVENILE CASES

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Walla Walla County

  • Esteban Gonzalez, 13, Prosser, was sentenced Nov. 8 on one count third-degree theft and two counts second-degree vehicle prowl. The sentence included 41 days in the Juvenile Justice Center, credit for 41 days served, 12 months community supervision, 30 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs, restitution of $291.59. On Nov. 4 Gonzalez pleaded guilty to entering and remaining in two vehicles with intent to do a crime and taking a car stereo on Aug. 29.
  • Francisco M. Gonzalez, 17, 313 N. Palouse St., was sentenced Nov. 3 on one count second-degree driving with a suspended license. The sentence included five days in the Juvenile Justice Center, credit for one day served, nine months community supervision, 20 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Oct. 14 Gonzalez pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle while his driving privileges were suspended on June 18.
  • Christian W. Scott, 17, 125 Francis Drive, was sentenced Nov. 8 on one count harassment. The sentence included 52 weeks in a department of Social and Health Services juvenile facility, credit for 71 days served, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Nov. 4, Scott pleaded guilty to threatening a police officer with bodily injury causing him reasonable fear the threats would be carried out,on Aug. 29.
  • Tanelle K. Hays, 15, 1031 S.E. Scenic View Drive, College Place, was sentenced Nov. 4 on one count violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act-possession of methamphetamine. The sentence included 30 days in the Juvenile Justice Center, credit for 30 days served, 12 months community supervision, 150 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On June 9 Hays pleaded guilty to unlawfully possessing methamphetamine on May 22.
  • Noe Jaimez, 16, 927 W. Poplar St., was sentenced Nov. 4 on one count violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act-possession of less than 40 grams marijuana. The sentence included five days in the Juvenile Justice Center, credit for five days served, nine months community supervision, 20 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Oct. 21 Jaimez pleaded guilty to unlawfully possessing less than 40 grams marijuana on July 17.
  • Trevor Morris, 14, 410 Chase Ave., was sentenced Nov. 3 on two counts first-degree rape of a child. The sentence included 15-36 weeks in a department of Social and Health Services facility, credit for 93 days served, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Sept. 15 Morris pleaded guilty to having sexual intercourse with and was at least 24 months older than a person who was less than 12 years of age and not married to him on July 28.
  • Juan Rodriguez, 16, Pasco, was sentenced Nov. 3 on one count third-degree theft. The sentence included 30 days in the Juvenile Justice Center, credit for 30 days served, 12 months community supervision, 144 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Oct. 21 Rodriguez pleaded guilty to taking a vehicle with intent to deprive the owner on June 16.
  • Tre'Chaun Johnson, 16, Federal Way, Wash., was sentenced Nov. 3 on one count third-degree malicious mischief. The sentence included 12 months community supervision, 20 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs, restitution of $228. On Oct. 28 Johnson pleaded guilty to knowingly and maliciously causing damage to property at the Juvenile Justice Center by tampering with the sprinkler in his cell and causing a flood not amounting to first- or second-degree malicious mischief on Aug. 9.
  • Johnny Jimenez, 16, 1371 W. Pine St., was sentenced Nov. 8 on one count second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm. The sentence included 30 days in the Juvenile Justice Center, credit for 30 days served, nine months community supervision, 38 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Nov. 4 Jimenez pleaded guilty to unlawfuly having a pistol in his possession on Oct. 8.

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