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Court report: Man fined for suspended license, receiving stolen goods

Several jail sentences, large fines and other penalties were issued to defendants in last week’s county court in Hot Sulphur Springs.

Judge Ben McClelland of the Grand County Court handed down these following sentences:

Corey D. Sanders, 19, of Granby, was found guilty of driving after license was under restraint and attempted theft by receiving stolen good valued between $500 to $1,000. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail and fined $1,148.

Jeanette L. Perryman, 35, of Breckenridge, was found guilty of driving under the influence and driving after license was under restraint – second offense. She was sentenced to 40 days in jail, fined $698 and ordered to perform 24 hours of public service. In addition, she is required to complete a Level II alcohol education program and must undergo a Track B alcohol therapy program.

Carl E. Parker, 55, of Granby, was found guilty of driving while ability impaired. He was not given any additional jail time because he had already served 74 days. He was fined $1,987, ordered to perform 80 hours of public service, must complete a Level II alcohol education program and has to undergo 52 hours of alcohol therapy. Found guilty of a separate charge of harassment – inconvenient hours, he was fined $92.

Jaime A. Avita-Ruiz, 20, of Denver, was found guilty of driving after license was under restraint. Avita-Ruiz was sentenced to 10 days in jail and fined $406.50.

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Tamara S. Siote, 43, of Grand Lake, admitted violating her 2007 deferred judgment on a charge of criminal mischief under $500. She was re-sentenced to five days in jail, placed on two years of supervised probation and ordered to pay $1,200 in a supervised probation fee. In addition, she is required to complete a domestic violence treatment program and must make a $200 charitable contribution to the Advocates. Siote was also given an additional day in jail for her 2006 charge of driving while ability impaired with a prior DWAI charge.

Brian E. Maurath, 44, of Grand Lake, was found guilty of driving after license was under restraint. He was sentenced to five days in jail and required to perform 32 hours of public service.

Byron M. Villalon, 24, of Kremmling, admitted violating probation of his 2007 conviction of possession of drug paraphernalia. He was re-sentenced to five days in jail, ordered to perform an additional 16 hours of public service, and has to undergo an alcohol evaluation and must comply with its recommended treatments.

Jose R. Mondragon Jr., 35, of Denver, was found guilty of driving after license was under restraint. He was sentenced to five days in jail and fined $267.

Erick P. Swanson, 30, was found guilty of driving under the influence. He was sentenced to four days in jail, fined $762, must complete a Level II alcohol education program and has to undergo a Track D alcohol therapy program.

Catrina R. Mazzanoble, 30, of Fraser, was found guilty of driving while ability impaired. She was fined $592, ordered to perform 40 hours of public service, and has to undergo an alcohol evaluation and must comply with its recommended treatment. Also found guilty of a separate charge of harassment by strike, shove and/or kick, she was fined $92, and ordered to undergo an anger evaluation and must comply with its recommended treatment.

Mark A. Wendler, 27, of Holland, Texas, was found guilty of driving while ability impaired. He was fined $442 and ordered to perform 136 hours of public service.

Caley H. Pappas, 25, of Granby, was given a two-year deferred judgment and sentence on a charge of obstructing a peace officer. Pappas was fined $92, ordered to perform 100 hours of public service and must make a $250 charitable contribution to the Mountain Family Center.

Kevin R. Foley, 31, of Winter Park, was fined $247.24 for allowing a dog at large that caused bodily injury.

Todd W. Nevitt, 31, of Winter Park, was ordered to complete his required alcohol education and therapy and given an additional 48 hours of public service for his 2007 conviction for driving while ability impaired.

Danny R. Martinez, 21, of Edgewater, was given a deferred judgment and sentence on a charge of driving after license under restraint. He was fined $182, ordered to perform 40 hours of public service and required to make a $250 charitable contribution to Grand Futures.

John A. Bridges, 20, was found guilty of the possession of drug paraphernalia. He was fined $226 and ordered to complete 24 hours of public service.

Randy C. Kechter, 43, was fined $226 after being found guilty of the possession of drug paraphernalia.

Leo G. Mullen, 37, of Arvada, was given a one-year deferred judgment and sentence on a charge of driving after license was under suspension. He was fined $26, ordered to perform 40 hours of public service and must make a $250 charitable contribution to Grand Futures.

Davion L. Grant, 26, of Hayden, was fined $391.50 after being found guilty of failing to present proof of insurance.

Crystal J. Post, 26, was fined $188 for speeding 10 to 19 mph over the limit.

Paula D. Millard, 36, of Lonetree, was fined $188 for speeding 10 to 19 mph over the limit.

Jan E. Helen, 62, of Denver, was fined $167 for speeding 20 to 24 mph over the limit.

Ryan E. Bridle, 24, of Fraser, was fined $118 for allowing a dog at large and having no current dog licenses.

Michael B. McIntosh, 23, of East Lansing, Mich., was fined $73 for driving a defective vehicle.

District court

Judge Mary Hoak of the 14th Judicial District Court in Hot Sulphur Springs handed down hefty fines to a couple of defendants in her courtroom.

Ross B. Stegmoller, 26, of Eden, Texas, was given a four-year deferred judgment and sentence on a charge of first degree trespassing of a dwelling. He was fined $2,870.80, ordered to perform 150 hours of public service and must write a sincere letter of apology to the victim.

Sandra K. Burke, 43, of Hudson, was found guilty of possession of one to eight ounces of marijuana. She was fined $2,111.80, ordered to perform 80 hours of public service and must undergo drug testing.

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