Justice Court

  • On March 4, Tanya Marie Flores pled guilty to the charge of reckless driving, NRS 484B.653. She was found guilty and sentenced to time served. • On April 10, Alexander Eugene Briggs pled guilty to the charge of DUI alcohol and/or cont/prohibit sub, above the legal limit, first, NRS 484C.110. He was found guilty fined $585 in fines and fees; credit $150 for one day jail and level 1 DUI school.
  • On May 30, Michael David Harmon pled guilty to the charge of driving a motor vehicle under the influence of a controlled or prohibited substance, NRS 484C.110, a misdemeanor. He was found guilty and fined $585 in fines and fees; two days jail; credit one day; level 1 DUI school and has six months to complete.
  • On June 8, Anthony Bryan Keys gave [no plea listed] to the charge of DUI alcohol and/or cont/prohibit sub, above the legal limit, first NRS 484C.110 and fail to drive on right half of roadway, NRS 484B.200. [No listing of court’s decision]. It was stated that he will continue in veterans court. 90 days suspended as long as he has no law violations.
  • On June 15, James Paul Robinson pled guilty to the charge of possession of drug paraphernalia, NRS 453.566, a misdemeanor. He was found guilty and ordered to 30 days jail; suspended for six months, as long as he has no law violations; no drugs; no alcohol; subject to random search and seizure and all other charges dismissed.
  • On July 7, Anthony Erwinray Barlow pled no contest to the charge of disturbing the peace, NRS 203.010. He was found guilty and sentenced to 30 days jail; suspended for one year as long as he has no law violations. Other charges dismissed.
  • On July 15, Jordan Deanne Godard pled guilty to the charge of petit larceny, NRS 205.240, a misdemeanor. She was found guilty and sentenced to time served.
  • On July 19, Tabitha Sharkey pled guilty to the charge of DUI alcohol and/or cont/prohibit sub, above the legal limit, first, NRS 484C.110. She was found guilty and sentenced to pay $$585 in fines and fees; credit $150 for time served; 30 days jail; suspended for one year as long as she has no law violations; level I DUI school; victims impact panel; 24 hours community service; drug and alcohol counseling. All other charges dismissed.
  • On Aug. 5, Gary Allen Baker pled guilty to the charge of DUI, alcohol and/ or cont/prohibit sub, above the legal limit, second, NRS 484C.110. He was found guilty and ordered to 180 days jail; credit 69 days and all other charges dismissed.
  • On Aug. 8, Rachel Lorraine Wilson pled guilty to the charge of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol – first offense, NRS 484C.110, a misdemeanor. She was found guilty and ordered to pay $585 in fines and fees; 24 hours community service; DUI school level 1 and has six months to complete.
  • On Aug. 10, Cody Michael Stanley pled guilty to the charge of reckless driving, NRS 484B.653. He was found guilty and sentenced to 30 days in jail.
  • On Aug. 19, Troy Allen Thompson pled guilty to the charge of reckless driving, NRS 484B.653. He was ordered to pay $355 in fines and fees. $150 credit jail time.
  • On Aug. 23, Lucas Shawn Peters pled guilty to the charge of unlawful conduct, Mineral County Code 9.52.010. He was found guilty and sentenced to six months jail; suspended for six months as long as he has no law violations. Other charges dismissed.
  • On Sept. 18, Andrew Bryan Mankey-Shaw pled guilty to the charge of introducing a dangerous drug into interstate commerce, NRS 454.351, a misdemeanor. He was guilty and sentenced to time served.
  • On Sept. 28, Rockey AlanFaustino Coffee pled guilty to the charge of possession of drug paraphernalia, NRS 453.566, a misdemeanor. He was found guilty and sentenced to time served.
  • On Oct. 16, Richard T. Tucker pled unknown to the charge of domestic battery, first, NRS 200.485.1A. He was found guilty and ordered to six months jail; suspended for one year; credit 60 days; domestic violence counseling; alcohol evaluation including up to an in-patient treatment program; no contact with victim; must comply with DCFS directives and pay $35 domestic violence fee.
  • On Oct. 30, Gigi Baby Adamson pled guilty to the charge of possession of drug paraphernalia, NRS 453.566, a misdemeanor. She was charged with 60 days jail; suspended for six months as long as she has no law violations and other charge dismissed.