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April 11, 2011

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Cass Superior Court II

Honorable Rick Maughmer presiding

Sacramento Hernandez-Marques, 46, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, pursuant to a plea agreement. Hernandez-Marques was sentenced to one year probation. He was ordered  to pay $614.50 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. His license was suspended for 90 days.

Alejandro Sanchez, 28, Logansport, pleaded guilty to dealing marijuana and maintaining a common nuisance, pursuant to a plea agreement. Sanchez was sentenced to one and a half years in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $364 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. He received one day credit.

Vanessa Sanchez, 28, Logansport, pleaded guilty to maintaining a common nuisance, pursuant to a plea agreement. Sanchez was sentenced to one and a half years probation. She was ordered to pay $414 in costs. She received one day credit.

Ami Folk, 29, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, pursuant to a plea agreement. Folk was sentenced to one year probation. She was ordered to pay $664.50 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. Her license was suspended for 90 days.

Feliciano Ramirez-Gamino, 51, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, pursuant to a plea agreement. Ramirez-Gamino was sentenced to one year probation. She was ordered to pay $614.50 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. Her license was suspended for one year.

Jacob Garcia, 18, Logansport, pleaded guilty to illegal consumption, pursuant to a plea agreement. Garcia was sentenced to one year probation. He was ordered to pay $464 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation.

Dylan Burton, 19, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, pursuant to a plea agreement. Burton was sentenced to one year probation. He was ordered to pay $664.50 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. His license was suspended for 90 days.

Samuel Flores, 24, Logansport, pleaded guilty to resisting law enforcement and public intoxication, pursuant to a plea agreement. Flores was sentenced to one year probation. He was ordered to pay $2,914 in court costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation.

Larry A. Hellyer, 48, Logansport, pleaded guilty to driving while suspended, pursuant to a plea agreement. Hellyer was ordered to pay $714.50 in costs. His license was suspended for 90 days.

Daniel S. Hampton II, 35, Monticello, pleaded guilty to driving while suspended, pursuant to a plea agreement. Hampton was ordered to pay $464.50 in costs. His license was suspended for 90 days.

Juan Pablo Hernandez, 28, pleaded guilty to public intoxication, pursuant to a plea agreement. Hernandez was sentenced to 60 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $214 in costs. He received four days credit.

Eduardo Ayala, 21, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operator never licensed, pursuant to a plea agreement. Ayala was ordered to pay $414.50 in costs.

Baltazar Fransico Lorenzo, 51, pleaded guilty to public intoxication, pursuant to a plea agreement. Lorenzo was sentenced to 92 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $214 in costs. He received 46 days credit.

Michael Francis Bowman, 40, Logansport, pleaded guilty to driving while suspended, pursuant to a plea agreement. Bowman was sentenced to one year probation. He was ordered to pay $164.50 in court costs. His license was suspended for 90 days.

Ana Bartolome, 26, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operator never licensed, pursuant to a plea agreement. Bartolome was ordered to pay $364.50 in costs. The court ordered a 90 day restriction on obtaining a license.

Joshua Maddock, 20, Logansport, pleaded guilty to visiting a common nuisance, pursuant to a plea agreement. Maddock was sentenced to 180 days on in-home detention. He was ordered to pay $414 in costs.

Bill J. McCoy, 47, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, pursuant to a plea agreement. McCoy was sentenced to one year probation. He was ordered to pay $614.50 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. His license was suspended for 90 days.

Laverna Angelina Jefferies, 51, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, pursuant to a plea agreement. Jefferies was sentenced to 10 days in the Cass County Jail and one year probation. She was ordered to pay $614.50 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. Her license was suspended for 180 days.

Alejandro Guzman, 39, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operator never licensed, pursuant to a plea agreement. Guzman was ordered to pay $364.50 in costs.

Krista S. Kruger, 32, Logansport, pleaded guilty to driving while suspended, pursuant to a plea agreement. Kruger was sentenced to one year probation. She was ordered to pay $214.50 in costs. Her license was suspended for 180 days.

Ricardo Lopez-Quintero, 28, Logansport, pleaded guilty to driving while suspended, pursuant to a plea agreement. Lopez-Quintero was ordered to pay $664.50 in costs. His license was suspended for 180 days.

Anthony Davis, 40, Logansport, pleaded guilty to non-support of a dependent child, pursuant to a plea agreement. Davis was sentenced to four years probation and four years on work release. He was ordered to pay $264 in costs. He received 156 days credit.

Denisse Santillan, 19, Logansport, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, pursuant to a plea agreement. Santillan was ordered to pay $414 in costs.

Ashley L. Homburg, 25, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, pursuant to a plea agreement. Homburg was sentenced to one year probation. She was ordered to pay $614.50 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. Her license was suspended for 90 days.

Dustin Ryker, 21, Galveston, pleaded guilty to domestic battery, pursuant to a plea agreement. Ryker was sentenced to one year probation. He was ordered to pay $515 in costs, undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and complete domestic violence classes.

Jennifer Hughes, 38, Logansport, pleaded guilty to public intoxication, pursuant to a plea agreement. Hughes was sentenced to 30 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $214 in costs.

Eric Stepp, 33, Logansport, pleaded guilty to public intoxication, pursuant to a plea agreement. Stepp was sentenced to 58 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $214 in costs. He received 29 days credit.

Acee G. Childs, 38, Logansport, pleaded guilty to domestic battery, pursuant to a plea agreement. Childs was sentenced to 180 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $264 in costs and complete domestic violence classes. He received 42 days credit.

Jonathan A. Woodke-Reagan, 19, Logansport, pleaded guilty to illegal consumption, pursuant to a plea agreement. Woodke-Reagan was sentenced to 30 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $164 in court costs. He received six days credit.

Miguel Bartolome, aka Carlos Sebastian, 20, pleaded guilty to false informing, pursuant to a plea agreement. Bartolome was sentenced to 120 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $214 in costs. He received credit for 60 days.

Louis Dewayne Davis, 18, Logansport, pleaded guilty to possession of a knife on school property, pursuant to a plea agreement. Davis was sentenced to 180 days probation. He was ordered to pay $464 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation.

Sebastian Gaspar Sebastian, 25, pleaded guilty to operator never licensed, pursuant to a plea agreement. Sebastian was ordered to pay $714.50 in costs. His license was suspended for 90 days.

Nicole LaOrange, 25, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle with an alcohol content level of .08 or more, pursuant to a plea agreement. LaOrange was sentenced to one year probation. She was ordered to pay $664.50 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. Her license was suspended for 90 days.

Henry Santamaria, 19, Logansport, pleaded guilty to resisting law enforcement, pursuant to a plea agreement. Santamaria was sentenced to one year probation. He was ordered to pay $414 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation.

Patrick Woodruff, 32, pleaded guilty to criminal mischief, pursuant to a plea agreement. Woodruff was sentenced to 180 days on work release. He was ordered to pay $214 in costs and $335.11 restitution to the victim.

Michael Yard, 48, Logansport, pleaded guilty to public intoxication, pursuant to a plea agreement. Yard was sentenced to 60 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $214 in costs. He received six days credit.

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