September DUI’s/DWAI’s

DUI Convictions

The following are convictions made in September 2011 for driving under the influence with a blood-alcohol content of 0.08 percent or higher or by prescription or illegal drugs. Unless otherwise indicated, all convicts were ordered to obtain and follow drug/alcohol evaluations, attend a victim-impact panel and to perform community service. Suspensions of jail time (in parentheses) are awarded if all other requirements of the sentence are completed within one year. Dollar amounts not otherwise specified are court costs defendants were ordered to pay.

Saul Carrillo-Barragan, 2878 ˝ Main Ave., Durango. 25 days La Plata County Jail, 48 hours public service, $12.72 restitution, $535.72 fine.

Steven A. Doepke, 1779 Covington Court, St. Charles, Ill. 90 days La Plata County Jail (78 days suspended), 48 hours public service, $962.50 restitution, $2,498.50 fine.

Steven W. Frost, 1100 Goeglein Gulch, No. 229, Durango. 25 days La Plata County Jail, 52 hours public service, $10.22 restitution, $2,498.50 fine.

Mitchell R. Harris, P.O. Box 2891, Durango. 90 days La Plata County Jail (78 days suspended), 48 hours public service, $13.50 restitution, $2,809.50 fine.

Heather D. Liggett, 1485 Florida Road, No. D203, Durango. 25 days La Plata County Jail (25 days suspended), 48 hours public service, $81.90 restitution, $1,098.50 fine.

Mia Maluchi,P.O. Box 4051, Durango. 25 days La Plata County Jail (25 days suspended), 48 hours public service, $10.22 restitution, $2,498.50 fine.

Jonah L. Sharon, 25 Trew Creek Road, Durango. 25 days La Plata County Jail, 52 hours public service, $74.50 restitution, $2,498.50 fine.

Paul D. Smith, 7773 County Road 250, Durango. 270 days La Plata County Jail, 100 hours public service, $81.40 restitution, $1,174.50 fine.

Paul D. Smith, 7773 County Road 250, Durango. 200 days La Plata County Jail, 100 hours public service, $74.75 restitution, $3,754.50 fine.

Caleb M. Speas, 711 East Fourth Ave., Unit C, Durango. 35 days La Plata County Jail, 52 hours public service, $82.40 restitution, $2,498.50 fine.

DWAI Convictions

The following are September 2011 convictions for driving while ability impaired with a blood-alcohol content between 0.05 percent and 0.08 percent or by prescription or illegal drugs. Unless otherwise indicated, all convicts were ordered to obtain and follow drug/alcohol evaluations, attend a victim-impact panel and to perform community service. Suspensions of jail time (in parentheses) are awarded if all other requirements of the sentence are completed within one year. Dollar amounts not otherwise specified are court costs defendants were ordered to pay.

Christina A. Bernard, 326 Homestead Circle, Bayfield. 15 days La Plata County Jail (15 days suspended), 24 hours public service, $13.90 restitution, $754.50 fine.

Kurtis L. Bewley, 60 County Road 232, Durango. 60 days La Plata County Jail, 100 hours public service, $81.90 restitution, $2,154.50 fine.

Jeff Campbell, 32921 Luray Road, Wickenburg, Ariz. 10 days La Plata County Jail, 52 hours public service.

Justin D. Manley, 607 County Road 513, Ignacio. 15 days La Plata County Jail (15 days suspended), 24 hours public service, $12.22 restitution, $754.50 fine.

Eugene D. Puerto, c/o Bent City Corrections, 11560 Road FF.75, Las Animas, Colo. 90 days La Plata County Jail, $1,323 fine.

Brian H. Russell, 391 Needham Circle, Durango. 15 days La Plata County Jail (15 days suspended), 24 hours public service, $754.50 fine.

Mathew Weaver-McKellip, 16604 E. 11th Place, Aurora. 15 days La Plata County Jail (15 days suspended), 24 hours public service, $11.72 restitution, $754.50 fine.

Deferred Judgments

The following cases of driving while ability impaired with a blood-alcohol content between 0.05 percent and 0.08 percent or by prescription or illegal drugs were granted deferred judgments and sentences in September 2011. A deferred judgment is not a conviction. It is a sentence typically put off (deferred) for a specific period of time, typically a year. If the defendant complies with each of the conditions of the deferred sentence within the allotted time period, the defendant’s record is cleared of this charge. Orders typically require no violations of the law during the period of the order, except for traffic infractions, attend a victim-impact panel and alcohol education class. Dollar amounts not otherwise specified are court costs defendants were ordered to pay.

Katie A. Cook, 138 New Mexico Highway 511, Blanco, N.M. 24 hours public service, $349.50 fine.

Adele M. Nielson,88 County Road 232, Durango. 24 hours public service, $13.90 restitution, $549.50 fine.

Fergus Tsosie, 240 East Fourth Ave., No. 242, Durango.

$184.50 fine.

Dylan T. Whitcomb, 515 N. Main, Mancos. 48 hours public service, $82.90 restitution, $1,149.50 fine.

 
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