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CRIMINAL CASES

Walla Walla County

Michelle G. Maurer, 36, Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women, was sentenced Sept. 25 on one count second-degree theft. The sentence included restitution to be determined, $200 in court costs, $25 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, $100 biological fee, 90 days in the custody of the Department of Corrections. On Sept. 24 Maurer pleaded guilty to using another person’s bank checks and debit card without permission in an amount greater than $750 but not more than $5,000 with intent to deprive that person between Dec. 6 and March 12.

Toree D. Whiteside, 22, 1031 Pomona St. was sentenced Sept. 24 on one count unlawful carrying or handling of a weapon. The sentence $200 in court costs, $131.20 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, 365 days in the county jail, 350 days suspended, 15 days converted to community service. On Sept. 10 Whiteside pleaded guilty by agreeing that the court may review the police reports and or statement of probable cause to establish a factual basis for the plea.

Norma Tapia, 41, 20 N. Walnut St., No. 5, was sentenced Sept. 24 on one count violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act. The court dismissed one other count. 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 fees, 30 days in the county jail, credit for 30 days served, 12 months community custody. On Sept. 10 Tapia pleaded guilty to unlawfully possessing methamphetamine on July 31.

Valentine Gomez, 24, 1313 N. 13th Ave., was sentenced Sept. 24 on one count riot. The sentence included $200 in court costs, $266.20 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, $100 biological fee, 12 months community custody. On Sept. 24 Gomez pleaded guilty to, while armed with a deadly weapon, participating in the use of force against another person on Nov. 2.

John T. Owen, 20, 511 Chase Ave., was sentenced Sept. 24 on one count each violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act and driving without a license. The court dismissed one other count. The sentence included $200 in court costs, $99 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 fees, 38 days in the county jail, credit for 38 days served, 12 months community custody. On Sept. 10 Owen pleaded guilty to possessing methamphetamine and to operating a motor vehicle without a driver license on or about May 20.

The court dismissed a charge of residential burglary and a charge of second-degree theft against Sabrina M. Wise, 37, of College Place, for the reason the state cannot prove all elements of the crime beyond a reasonable doubt at this time and is awaiting the results of additional investigation.

Donna G. Parkins, 48, 16 Rancho Villa, was charged Sept. 24 with two counts of violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. Parkins is accused of unlawfully possessing methamphetamine and using drug paraphernalia on June 7.

Jesus Leyva-Lopez, 40, 1104 W. Elm St., No. 2, was charged Sept. 25 with four counts of violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. Leyva-Lopez is accused of unlawfully delivering methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school bus route stop on Sept. 6 and 21; unlawfully possessing with intent to deliver methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school bus route stop on Sept. 21; and using drug paraphernalia on Sept. 21.

Bartolo Valenzuela-Lopez, 39, 1524 Walla Walla Ave., was charged Sept. 25 with two counts of violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. Valenzuela-Lopez is accused of unlawfully possessing with intent to deliver methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school bus route stop; and using drug paraphernalia on Sept. 21.

Nicholas A. Aguirre, 18, 115 N. Main St., Space No. 17, Milton-Freewater, was charged Sept. 25 with one count of possession of a stolen motor vehicle, one count of second-degree possessing stolen property, five counts of third-degree possessing stolen property, and one count of no valid operator’s license. Aguirre is accused of unlawfully possessing a stolen Chevrolet Trailblazer; knowingly possessing, receiving, retaining, concealing or disposing of stolen property belonging to six people; and unlawfully operating a vehicle without a valid driver’s license on Sept. 23.

JUVENILE CASES

Precious Lopez, 16, 744 Carrie Ave., was sentenced Sept. 21 on one count contempt — truancy. The sentence included 10 days in the Juvenile Justice Center, 12 months community supervision, 30 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Aug. 24 Lopez pleaded guilty to intentionally disobeying a lawful court order dated May 9 requiring a student to attend school between May 9 and June 6.

Emilie Delarosa, 15, 1633 Ruzicka Road, was sentenced Sept. 21 on one count disturbing school activities and or meetings. The sentence included five days in the Juvenile Justice Center, nine months community supervision, 20 hours community service, $75 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Sept. 7 Delarosa pleaded guilty to wilfully creating a disturbance on school premises during school hours during a school activity or meeting on May 3.

DISSOLUTIONS

Phyllis S. and Dewayne L. Straube.

Dennis L. and Constance J. Yale.

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