Justice Court

• On Sept. 25, Daniel Jared Sponseller pled guilty to count III of the following counts: 1 – eluding public officer, NRS 484B.550(3)(b), a category B felony, II – speeding, NRS 484b.600 and III – passing in a no-passing zone, NRS 484B.217, misdemeanors. He was found guilty to count II and was sentenced to time served. Counts I and II dismissed.

• On Sept. 25, Jesse James Valdes pled guilty to count IV of the following counts: I – battery committed on an officer, NRS 200.481(1)(c)(2)(d), a gross misdemeanor; II – intimidating a public officer, NRS 199.300(1)(a)(3)(b), a gross misdemeanor; III – obstructing a public officer, NRS 197.190; IV – resisting a public officer, NRS 199.280; V – purchase, possession and/or consumption of alcohol by a minor and VI – disturbing the peace, NRS 203.010, misdemeanors. He was found guilty to count IV and ordered to pay $525 in fines and fees, sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended under the condition that he not consume any alcohol and has no law violations for six months. Counts I, II, III, V and VI dismissed.

• On Oct. 4, Damian Sean Anthony Chango pled guilty to the following charge: reckless driving, NRS 484B.653, a misdemeanor. He was found guilty and ordered to pay $625 in fines and fees, ordered to complete DUI school, victims impact panel and 24 hours of community service, sentence to 90 days in jail, credit for one day served, 89 days suspended under the condition he has no law violations for six months and follows court order.

• On Oct. 4, Megan Brackett pled guilty to the counts of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, NRS 484C.110 and failure to use due care, NRS 484B.603, misdemeanors. She was found guilty and ordered to pay $700 in fines and fees, ordered to complete DUI school, victims impact panel and 48 hours of community service, sentence to six months in jail, suspended under the condition she has no law violations for six months and follows court order. Count II dismissed.

• On Oct. 4, Jeremy Craig Zane pled guilty to the count of reckless driving, NRS 484B.653, a misdemeanors. He was found guilty and ordered to pay $625 in fines and fees, ordered to complete DUI school and 24 hours of community service, sentence to 90 days in jail, credit for one day served, 89 days suspended under the condition he has no law violations for six months and follows court order.

• On Oct. 5, John Fabrice Hammers pled guilty to the count of speed, NRS 484B.600, a misdemeanor. He was found guilty and ordered to pay $195 in fines and fees.

• On Oct. 16, Michael Thomas Diosdado pled no contest – count II to the following counts: I – possession of dangerous drug without prescription, NRS 454.316, a gross misdemeanor, count II – operating a motor vehicle while driver’s license was cancelled, revoked or suspended, NRS 483.560 and III – driving an unregistered motor vehicle, NRS 482-545, misdemeanors. He was found guilty to count III and ordered to pay $130 in fines and fees. Counts I and II were dismissed.

• On Oct. 23, Lennin Antonio Herrera pled guilty to the charge or battery that constitutes domestic violence, NRS 200.481, 200.485 and 33.018, misdemeanors. He was found guilty and ordered to pay $340 in fines and fees; ordered to complete 48 hours of community service; ordered to attend domestic counseling 1.5 hours a week for six months; sentence to 90 days in jail; credit for one day served; ordered to serve one more day in jail; 88 days suspended under the condition he has no law violations for six months and follows court order. (Pay $50 a month starting Nov. 22, 2017.)

• On Oct. 31, Donald Yohannan pled guilty to the charge of trespassing, NRS 207.200, a misdemeanor. He was found guilty and sentenced to time served.

• On Nov. 7, Jesus Rodiguez Rodriguez pled guilty to the counts of: I – driving a motor vehicle without a valid driver’s license, NRS 483.550; II – failure to stop at stop sign, NRS 484B.257 and III – no insurance, NRS 485.187, misdemeanors. He was found guilty to counts I and II and ordered to pay $75 in fines and fees on both counts. Count III was dismissed.

• On Nov. 7, Jose A. Sanchez-Moreno pled guilty to the counts of: following too close, NRS 484B.127 and driving a motor vehicle without a valid driver’s license, NRS 483.559, misdemeanors. He was found guilty and ordered to pay $195 in fines and fees to count I and $305 in fines and fees to count II.