ECTOR COUNTY FELONY DISPOSITIONS: April 5th

first_imgDEADLY CONDUCT>> Kaiden Elyas Galaviz, 20, pleaded guilty March 24 to deadly conduct discharge firearm and was sentenced to six years of probation and deferred adjudication. Shrode approved the deal. Jason Leach was the attorney. By Staff Reports – April 5, 2021 CREDIT CARD ABUSE>> Nathan Ryan Armstrong, 33, pleaded guilty March 25 to credit card abuse and was sentenced to six months in state jail. Shrode approved the deal. Kevin Acker was the attorney. ECTOR COUNTY FELONY DISPOSITIONS: April 5th PROHIBITED SUBSTANCE/ITEM IN CORRECTION/CIVIC COMMUNITY FACILITY>> Subrina Crystal Kalinosky, 36, had a prohibited substance/item in correction/civic community facility (F3) charge dismissed March 26. Rush presided. Kevin Acker was the attorney. POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE>> Antonio Michael Rivas, 32, pleaded guilty March 24 to possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, and was sentenced to six months in state jail. Low approved the deal. Garry Garrison was the attorney.>> David Ojinaga, 30, pleaded guilty March 24 to possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, and was sentenced to 12 months in state jail. Shrode approved the deal. Tony Chavez was the attorney.>> Iris Esperanza Porras, 24, was granted community supervision dismissal and discharge March 29 on the charge of possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram. Whalen presided. D. Bret Mansur was the attorney.>> Jae Lynn Valdespino Esparza, 20, pleaded guilty March 26 to possession of a controlled substance, more than one gram, but less than four grams, and was sentenced to eight years probation and deferred adjudication. Shrode approved the deal. Israel P. Guardiola was the attorney.>> Jolene Audrey Gutierrez, 34, was granted community supervision dismissal and discharge March 26 on the charge of possession of cocaine, less than one gram. Shrode presided. Christina Jimenez was the attorney.>> Kaiden Elyas Galaviz, 20, had a possession of a controlled substance charge, less than one gram, dismissed March 24. Shrode presided. Jason Leach was the attorney.>> Michael Anthony Rios, 26, pleaded guilty March 24 to possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram, and was sentenced to 81 days in county jail. Shrode approved the deal. Matt L. Thomas was the attorney.>> Roy Garcia, Jr., 39, pleaded guilty March 29 to lesser included possession of a controlled substance, more than one gram, but less than four grams, and was sentenced to three years in prison. Whalen approved the deal. Tony Chavez was the attorney.>> Subrina Crystal Kalinosky, 36, had a possession of a controlled substance charge, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, dismissed March 26. Rush presided. Kevin Acker was the attorney.>> Subrina Crystal Kalinosky, 36, pleaded guilty March 26 to possession of a controlled substance, more than four grams, but less than 200 grams, and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Rush approved the deal. Kevin Acker was the attorney. ROBBERY>> Valorie Elaine Martinez, 23, pleaded guilty March 24 to robbery and was sentenced to six years probation and deferred adjudication. Rush approved the deal. Dennis Jones was the attorney. UNAUTHORIZE USE OF VEHICLE>> Cannyan Lowell Price, 23, pleaded guilty March 24 to unauthorize use of vehicle and was sentenced to six months in state jail. Shrode approved the deal. D. Bret Mansur was the attorney.>> Jeremiah Johnson, 36, pleaded guilty March 26 to unauthorize use of vehicle and was sentenced to two years in state jail. Rush approved the deal. Kevin Acker was the attorney.>> John Allen Denzer, 19, pleaded guilty March 25 to unauthorize use of vehicle and was sentenced to 10 months in state jail in an order adjudicating guilt. Shrode approved the deal. Feliz Abalos was the attorney.>> Roy Garcia, Jr., 39, had an unauthorized use of vehicle charge dismissed March 29. Whalen presided. Tony Chavez was the attorney. BURGLARY>> Rory Deleon, 54, pleaded guilty March 26 to six counts burglary of building and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Judge James Rush approved the deal. Marc Chastain was the attorney. UNLICENSED POSSESSION FIREARM>> Jeremiah Johnson, 36, pleaded guilty March 26 to unlicensed possession firearm by felon (F3) and seven years in prison. Rush approved the deal. Kevin Acker was the attorney.>> Marcus Dwain McDavid, 47, had an unlicensed possession firearm by felon dismissed March 23. Whalen presided. Jason Leach was the attorney. CHILD SEXUAL CONTACT>> Richard K. Seibold, 46, had an indecency with child sexual contact charge dismissed March 26. Whalen presided. Phillip Wildman Jr. was the attorney. OBSTRUCTION/RETALIATION>> Jason Hillary Landers, 45, pleaded guilty March 24 to obstruction or retaliation obstruction or retaliation and was sentenced to two years in prison. Shrode approved the deal. Marc Chastain was the attorney. EXPLOITATION OF ELDERLY INDIVIDUAL>> Gabriela Mendoza, 34, pleaded guilty March 24 to exploitation of elderly individual and was sentenced to two years probation and deferred adjudication. Shrode approved the deal. Christina Jimenez was the attorney. Twitter EVADING ARREST>> David Lujan Holguin, 26, had two charges of evading arrest detain with vehicle dismissed March 26. Shrode presided. Luis A. Chavez was the attorney.>> Jacob Rodriguez Rivera, 20, had an evading arrest detain with vehicle charge dismissed March 26. Judge Justin Low presided. Michael Louis McLeaish was the attorney.>> Jeremiah Johnson, 36, pleaded guilty March 26 to evading arrest detain with vehicle and was sentenced to seven years in prison. Rush approved the deal. Kevin Acker was the attorney.>> Jeremiah Johnson, 36, pleaded guilty March 26 to evading arrest detain with previous conviction and was sentenced to two years in state jail. Rush approved the deal. Kevin Acker was the attorney.>> John Allen Denzer, 19, pleaded guilty March 24 to evading arrest detain with vehicle and was sentenced to five years in prison in an order adjudicating guilt. Shrode approved the deal. Feliz Abalos was the attorney. The following is a list of felony dispositions from the Ector County District Clerk’s Office. Listed attorneys do not necessarily represent who was involved when the case was disposed. The prosecuting attorney was not listed unless otherwise stated.ASSAULT>> Kaiden Elyas Galaviz, 20, had an aggravated assault with deadly weapon charge dismissed March 23. Judge John Shrode presided. Jason Leach was the attorney.>> Marcus Dwain McDavid, 47, had an assault previous conviction dismissed March 23. Judge Denn Whalen presided. Jason leach was the attorney. FORGERY>> Jesse Montewayne Perkins, 44, pleaded guilty March 24 to two counts of forgery and was sentenced to 15 months in state jail. Shrode approved the deal. Feliz Abalos was the attorney. Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp WhatsApp DWI>> Benjamin Granado Marquez, 42, pleaded guilty March 24 to driving while intoxicated third or more and was sentenced to five years in prison. Whalen approved the deal. D. Bret Mansur was the attorney.>> Jose Armando Hernandez, 38, was granted community supervision dismissal and discharge March 26 on the charge of driving while intoxicated third or more (F3). Judge W. Stacy Trotter presided. Daniel Sarabia Jr. was the attorney.>> Krystal Turner, 28, was granted community supervision dismissal and discharge March 29 on the charge of driving while intoxicated with child under 15 years of age (SJF). Whalen presided. Tommy W. Hull was the attorney. tamper/fabricate physical evidence with intent to impair>> Ivan Garcia, 45, had a tamper/fabricate physical evidence with intent to impair (F3) dismissed March 29. Shrode presided. Luis A. Chavez was the attorney. THEFT>> Ana B. Acosta, 38, was granted community supervision dismissal and discharge March 26 on the charge of theft charge, $1500 or more but less than $20,000 aggregate amounts. Trotter presided. Amanda Navarette was the attorney.>> Rosalinda Ontiveros Salcido, 63, pleaded guilty March 24 to theft property less than $2,500 two more previous conviction and was sentenced to two years probation and deferred adjudication. Whalen approved the deal. Mike Holmes was the attorney. INJURY TO CHILD>> Yvonne Guerrero Leal, 44, was granted community supervision dismissal and discharge March 26 on the charge of injury to a child FV(F3). Trotter presided. Larry Myrick was the attorney. Pinterest Twitter Facebook ONLINE SOLICIT MINOR>> Gilbert M. Ramirez, 41, pleaded guilty March 24 to online solicit minor and was sentenced to seven years in probation and deferred adjudication. Shrode approved the deal. Local NewsCrimeFelony Dispositions Previous articleCATES: April is Child Abuse Prevention MonthNext articleAccelerated teaching program off to good start Staff Reportslast_img read more

Cheerful masks help battle coronavirus in Bulgaria

first_imgCheerful facemasks are helping to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus in Bulgaria thanks to a small company in the capital Sofia.The masks are printed with owls, dinosaurs, llamas and monkeys and will soon find their way to hundreds of doctors and policemen who are struggling to get their hands on the protective gear. They’re being made by the Angel Baby company, which normally produces sleeping bags for infants and is known for its social responsibility campaigns. “The idea came to us spontaneously as we got calls from friends asking us to sew them masks,” co-owner Desislava Yankova told AFP.”We stopped our usual production of baby sleeping bags for a week and we hope to be able to make about 3,000 masks to send to hospitals and police stations around the country,” she added.Angel Baby’s previous campaigns have included the “Sleeping bag on a mission” — for every baby sleeping bag sold they donated one to a maternity ward, with more than 6,000 bags given away so far.They are also giving away the masks for free but warning users that they have not been medically certified, so must be washed daily and ironed at high temperatures.The company says that the masks given to police and doctors are not intended for use by those in direct contact with coronavirus patients but for others who deal with large numbers of people on a daily basis. Topics :last_img read more

Women’s lacrosse splits matches on Boston road trip

first_imgThe Trojans never trailed the Terriers despite losing the draw control battle 17-12. Head coach Lindsey Munday could not find a way to help her team win the draw. The women’s lacrosse team split games on a road trip to Boston this weekend. The Trojans lost their first game Friday against No. 1 Boston College 12-9 but bounced back Sunday to defeat Boston University 16-11. The second-half comeback halted with a little more than 13 minutes left when senior defender and team captain Jackie Gilbert drew a yellow card. While in the penalty box, Boston College scored 1 goal and gained valuable possessions to slow down the Trojans’ momentum. The goal that epitomized the game for USC came with just under six minutes to go in the first half. The Eagles were deep into the shot clock, and the Trojan defense was all over the field, making things difficult for the Eagles’ attack. With nine seconds left on the shot clock, Boston College junior midfielder Cara Urbank drilled an acrobatic shot from her knees.  Eagles graduate student attacker Kenzie Kent was another major problem for the Trojans. Kent  played the role of distributor, assisting on 6 goals and scoring 1. At the end of a sluggish first half, USC was down 5 goals to the best team in the nation. The Trojans made a spirited comeback, scoring 7 of the final 12 goals. However, the hole proved too difficult for the team to climb out of by the end of the game.  Junior defender Natalie Byrne and the Trojan defense have only allowed 107 shots on goal this season. (Michelle Mankoff/Daily Trojan) For the Eagles, senior attacker Sam Apuzzo totaled 7 points on 5 goals and two assists. She scored or assisted on 3 of the first 5 goals of the game for Boston College.  No matter what the Trojans did, the Eagles always seemed to have an answer.  The victory at Boston University marks the second time the Trojans have won a game in Massachusetts. They were previously 0-5. Transition was where the Trojans lost the game. Boston College’s tight defense forced a few too many errant throws, and the Eagles were able to take advantage of these fast-break opportunities to score swift and relatively easy goals.  Despite the loss to the Eagles, USC beat Boston University on Sunday at Nickerson Field. Against the Terriers, the Huff family got the job done, as sisters Kelsey and Kaeli Huff scored 4 goals each. Junior midfielder Kaeli Huff had a very clean game, shooting 4-for-4 with a ground ball and two caused turnovers. Sophomore midfielder Kelsey Huff shot 4-for-9 with an assist and a caused turnover. The game could have gotten out of hand fast, but the stout USC defense kept the team in the game. Sophomore goalie Riley Hertford stepped up with eight saves and career highs of six ground balls and three caused turnovers.  Pac-12 play starts for the Trojans next week, as they hit the road to face Arizona State Friday. When it was clear that Gilbert was not getting the job done, Munday sent in the young guns. Freshman midfielder Erin Bakes took a few draws, but Munday eventually settled on freshman midfielder Katie Ramsey. Ramsey had the most success of the two newcomers, winning three draws.  At Newton Field, the Trojans fell behind Boston College early. The game started slow, with neither team looking sharp. The high-powered Boston College offense would not be held quiet for long, though. After five scoreless minutes, they jumped out to a 3-0 lead in a matter of only 90 seconds. At the start of the game, USC looked somewhat shell-shocked. The Trojans committed too many unforced turnovers against a team that capitalizes on opponents’ mistakes better than any team in the NCAA.last_img read more