Sentences

The following sentences have been imposed in Umatilla County courts:

?Joseph Leonard Ainsworth, 26, Umatilla, pleaded guilty to Fail to Register as Sex Offender; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service, $400 fine and $850 fine-suspended, $133 assessment fees, and $340 attorney fees.

?James Andrew Hill, 54, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to two counts of Disorderly Conduct; sentenced to 90 days jail-suspended, 18 months probation, $500 fine and $500 fine-suspended, and $133 assessment fees.

?Raymond Elsworth Dungan III, 31, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Failure to Perform Duties of Witness; sentenced to $62 assessment fees and $150 attorney fees.

?Santos Will Guardado, 44, Umatilla, pleaded guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance II; sentenced to 26 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 3 years post-prison supervision, $355 attorney fees, and 6 months driver's license suspension; pleaded guilty to Theft I; sentenced to 12 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 2 years post-prison supervision, and $4,143.95 restitution; pleaded guilty to Delivery of Meth; sentenced to 11 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 2 years post-prison supervision, $425 attorney fees, and 6 months driver's license suspension; pleaded guilty to PCS-meth; sentenced to 6 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 1 year post-prison supervision, and 6 months driver's license suspension; pleaded guilty to Theft I and Criminal Mischief I; sentenced to 6 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 1 year post-prison supervision, and $200 restitution.

?Severino Rodriguez Cardenas, 27, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to PCS-meth; sentenced to 18 months probation, 90 sanction units, 30 maximum jail units, $1,000 fine and $500 fine-suspended, $173 assessment fees, and 6 months driver's license suspension; pleaded guilty to DUII; sentenced to 30 days jail and 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, $1,250 fine, $105 State obligation, $25 Intoxicated Driver's Fund, $163 assessment fees, $340 attorney fees, and 1 year driver's license suspension.

?Ana Patricia Macias-Ballesteros; 25, Umatilla, pleaded guilty to Child Neglect II; sentenced to $500 fine and $133 assessment fees.

?Bobby Lee Newland, 22, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Endangering the Welfare of a Minor; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 30 hours community service, $500 fine, $500 Chapter 163 assessment, $133 assessment fees, and $340 attorney fees.

?Bobby Gene Burgess, 42, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to two counts of Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle (UUMV); sentenced to 13 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 1 year post-prison supervision, $300 restitution, $355 attorney fees, and 1 year driver's license suspension; pleaded guilty to Attempt to Elude Police-vehicle and Theft I; sentenced to 13 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 1 year post-prison supervision, and 90 days driver license suspension.

?Arnoldo Mendoza-Lepez, 35, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Possession of Forged Instrument II; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service, $750 fine and $750 fine-suspended, and $133 assessment fees.

?Patrick Barry Mathwig, 25, Umatilla, was convicted of Burglary I; sentenced to 13 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 1 year post-prison supervision, and $173 assessment fees.

?Terrance Willis Seibel, 37, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Driving While Suspended and Refusing Alcohol Test; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 18 months probation, 20 hours community service, $500 fine and $500 fine-suspended, $133 assessment fees, and $180 attorney fees.

?Joshua M. Jeppe, 18, Hermiston, was convicted of Possession of Controlled Substance-less than 1 oz. marijuana; sentenced to $500 fine and $103 assessment fees.

?Rojerro Arturo Espino, 20, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Disorderly Conduct II; sentenced to 90 days jail-suspended, 1 year probation, $250 fine and $250 fine-suspended, $133 assessment fees, and $225 attorney fees.

?David Gilbert Gomez, 36, Umatilla, pleaded guilty to two counts of Burglary I; sentenced to 3 years probation, 180 sanction units, 90 maximum jail units, 60 hours community service, $1,000 fines and $5,500 fines-suspended, $600 attorney fees, and $173 assessment fees; pleaded guilty to two counts of Criminal Mischief II and one count of Assault IV; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, $500 fine and $1,000 fine-suspended, 20 hours community service, $133 assessment fees, $500 Chapter 163 assessment, $512.98 restitution, and $280 attorney fees.

?Michael Jay Mitchell, 49, Hermiston, was found guilty of Driving While Suspended; sentenced to $250 fine and $97 assessment fees.

?Kay Allison Amaretto Foster, 28, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Criminal Mischief II; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service, $500 fine and $1,000 fine-suspended, $133 assessment fees, and $225 attorney fees.

?Crystal Lee Marler, 29, Umatilla, pleaded guilty to Criminal Trespass I; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, $500 fine and $450 fine-suspended, and $133 assessment fees.

?Jose Manuel Alanis-Nunez, 24, Hermiston, pleaded no contest to Criminal Trespass II; sentenced to $3 fine and $72 assessment fees.

?Christopher Robin Calvert, 30, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Theft I; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 80 hours community service, $500 fine and $1,000 fine-suspended, $133 assessment fees, and $280 attorney fees; pleaded guilty to Contempt of Court; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 20 hours community service, $500 fine, $133 assessment fees, and $340 attorney fees; pleaded guilty to Criminal Mischief III; sentenced to 15 days jail-suspended, 1 year probation, 10 hours community service, $500 fine and $500 fine-suspended, and $133 assessment fees.

?Richard Wayne Storment, 43, Hermiston, was convicted of Assault II; sentenced to 70 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 3 years post-prison supervision, $500 Chapter 163 assessment, and $173 assessment fees.

?Enrique Gonzalez, 22, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Possession of Forged Instrument; sentenced to 18 months probation, 90 sanction units, 30 maximum jail units, 80 hours community service, $1,000 fine and $1,000 fine-suspended, and $173 assessment fees; pleaded guilty to Giving False Information to Police; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service, $500 fine and $1,000 fine-suspended, and $133 assessment fees.

?Esmeralda Padilla, 22, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Harassment; sentenced to 90 days jail-suspended, 18 months probation, 30 hours community service, $250 fine and $750 fine-suspended, and $133 assessment fees.

?Nicholas Ray Moses, 29, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Possession of Controlled Substance (PCS)-methamphetamine; sentenced to 18 months probation, 90 sanction units, 30 maximum jail units, $1,250 fine and $500 fine-suspended, $173 assessment fees, and 6 months driver's license suspension.

?Carmen Lee Barnett, 18, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Endangering the Welfare of a Minor; sentenced to 10 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service, $500 fine and $1,000 fine-suspended, $500 Chapter 163 assessment, $133 assessment fees, and $280 attorney fees.

?Sheila Ann Koester, 45, Echo, pleaded guilty to PCS-methamphetamine; sentenced to 18 months probation, 90 sanction units, 30 maximum jail units, 120 hours community service, $1,500 fine and $1,000 fine-suspended, $173 assessment fees, and $320 attorney fees.

?Joseph Stephen Merritt, 44, Stanfield, was convicted of Contempt of Court-violation of restraining order; sentenced to $250 fine and $55 assessment fees.

?Eric Shannon Pennington, 39, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Driving While Suspended; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 20 hours community service, $500 fine, $133 assessment fees, and $280 attorney fees.

?William Donald Douglas, 58, Echo, was convicted of Criminal Mischief II; sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 18 months probation, $1,000 fine-suspended, $25 restitution, $133 assessment fees, and $340 attorney fees.

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