Sentences

PENDLETON — The following sentences have been imposed in Umatilla County courts:

FELONY

•Dustin Gene Sanders, 36, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Oxycodone: sentenced to 2 years probation, 120 sanction units, 60 maximum jail units, 80 hours community service, $500 fine, $2,000 fine-suspended and 6 months driver’s license suspension for each count.

•Samantha Linn South, 24, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Possession of Heroin: sentenced to 18 months probation, 90 sanction units, 30 maximum jail units, 80 hours community service, $500 fine and $750 fine-suspended.

•Anquilino Lorenzo Calmo, 32, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Failure to Perform Duties of Driver to Injured Persons: sentenced to 3 years probation, 180 sanction units, 90 maximum jail units, $200 fine, $800 fine-suspended, $200 restitution and 1 year driver’s license suspension; pleaded guilty to Recklessly Endangering Another Person: sentenced to $100 fine and 90 days driver’s license suspension.

•James Alexander Marlett II, 30, Umatilla, pleaded guilty to Theft I: sentenced to 13 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections (DOC), 2 years post-prison supervision, $200 fine and $100 restitution, with additional restitution to be determined.

•Rebecca Raquel Ramirez, 28, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Delivery of Methamphetamine: sentenced to 6 months Oregon DOC and 2 years post-prison supervision; pleaded guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine: sentenced to 6 months Oregon DOC and 1 year post-prison supervision.

MISDEMEANOR

•Cindy Lee Fisher, 32, Stanfield, pleaded guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service, $250 fine, $1,750 fine-suspended and 1 year driver’s license suspension; pleaded guilty to Giving False Information to Police in Connection With Citation/Warrant: sentence to discharge.

•David Leon Colbray, 31, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to two counts of Criminal Mischief II: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 80 hours community service, $100 fine, $900 fine-suspended and restitution to be determined for each count.

•Jerardo Pedro Sital Jr., 21, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Theft III: sentenced to 15 days jail.

•Casey Jean Hinkley, 46, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Obstructing Governmental or Judicial Administration: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 40 hours community service, $500 fine and $1,000 fine-suspended, plus court costs and fees.

•Alfredo Campos Fuentes, 36, Irrigon, pleaded guilty to DUII: sentenced to 1 year probation and enrollment in Diversion Program, plus court costs and fees; pleaded guilty to Reckless Driving: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 20 hours community service, $100 fine, $900 fine-suspended and 3 months driver’s license suspension, plus court costs and fees.

Suits Filed

PENDLETON — The following suits have been filed in Umatilla County courts (interest, court costs and fees not listed):

•Credits Inc. vs. Shawn D. Benadom of Stanfield: seeks $1,584.45.

•Credits Inc. vs. Nadine E. and Ward Borden of Hermiston: seeks $7,233.72.

•Credits Inc. vs. Ronald E. Deardurff of Boardman: seeks $1,152.96.

•Credits Inc. vs. Haley Foley of Hermiston: seeks $1,056.40.

•Credits Inc. vs. Victoria Hernandez of Hermiston: seeks $1,158.21.

•Credits Inc. vs. Louis V. and Sherrie Koenig of Hermiston: seeks $1,246.76.

•Credits Inc. vs. Maranda Thongdy of Stanfield: seeks $1,240.72.

•Credits Inc. vs. Brian J. and Jennifer Tracy of Hermiston: seeks $627.55.

•Credits Inc. vs. Maria G. Lucas Valencia of Hermiston: seeks $1,002.27.

•Credits Inc. vs. Brandon Williams of Hermiston: seeks $2,268.04.

•Evergreen Financial Services Inc. vs. Bonnie M. and Marc Matlack of Umatilla: seeks $535.96.

•Ray Klein Inc. dba Professional Credit Service vs. Kenneth F. McGregor of Umatilla: seeks $591.73.

•John Brough vs. Hudson Bay District Improvement Co. Inc.: seeks $169,671.

•Cavalry SPV I LLC vs. Jovita Rodelo of Hermiston: seeks $1,322.66.

•OneMain Financial Group LLC vs. Corey R. McLeod: seeks $8,760.93.

•U.S. Bank N.A. vs. Eloy Perez-Herrera: seeks $6,259.30.

•Capital One Bank vs. Candelario G. Rodriguez of Echo: seeks $2,776.83.

•First Community Credit Union vs. Valerie Beas Carrillo: seeks $29,006.66.

•OneMain Financial Group LLC vs. Anthony J. Faretta: seeks $2,083.88.

Judgments

PENDLETON — The following judgments have been rendered in Umatilla County courts (interest, court costs and fees not listed):

•Valley Credit Service Inc. vs. Jamie Marie Depue (Baer) of Hermiston: judgment for $212.51.

•Credits Inc. vs. Delanira Martinez of Hermiston: judgment for $1,891.64.

•Credits Inc. vs. Jason Beyers of Umatilla: judgment for $4,358.41.

•Credits Inc. vs. Dale and Christine Studer of Stanfield: judgment for $1,917.05.

•Credits Inc. vs. Brittany L. Seufert of Irrigon: judgment for $5,875.09.

•Credits Inc. vs. Steven Castillo Jr. of Umatilla: judgment for $6,922.07.

•Credits Inc. vs. Vicki and Steven Littrell of Hermiston: judgment for $2,024.95.

Divorces

PENDLETON — Divorce decrees were signed in Umatilla County Courts for:

Megan R. Reser of Middleton, Idaho, and James R. Reser of Hermiston.

Marriages

PENDLETON — Marriage licenses have been registered in Umatilla County for:

Jacob Darrel Furstenberg, 27, of Umatilla, and Kori Cheyenne Park, 28, of Hermiston.

Josiah Leroy Pena-Colbray, 27, and Sierra Elaine Pine, 28, both of Hermiston.

Jeremy James Nitz, 20, of Pendleton, and Leslie Yvette Ibarra, 19, of Hermiston.

Tyree Justin Sanchez, 26, and Hailee Jo Hollingsworth, 24, both of Hermiston.

Arturo Rodriguez Diaz, 44, and Liliana Calderon Castro, 42, both of Hermiston.

Jacob Timothy Best, 25, and Sara Leigh Elwood, 32, both of Hermiston.

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