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December 13, 2010

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Cass Superior Court I

Honorable Thomas Perrone presiding

Rigoberto Martinez, 24, Logansport, violated his probation. The court reinstated 104 days in the Cass County Jail on the original charge of possession of marijuana. Probation was terminated. He received 26 days credit.

Adam Dart, 30, Logansport, pleaded guilty to battery resulting in bodily injury, pursuant to a plea agreement. Dart was sentenced to one year in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $264 in costs. He received 225 days credit.

Annabella Gutierrez, 34, Logansport, pleaded guilty to maintaining a common nuisance, pursuant to a plea agreement. Gutierrez was sentenced to one and a half years on probation. She was ordered to pay $714 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation.

Tracy D. Sexton Powell, 22, Logansport, pleaded guilty to theft, pursuant to a plea agreement. Powell was sentenced to one year probation. She was ordered to pay $264 in costs.

Gregory Alan Murray, 46, Logansport, pleaded guilty to theft, pursuant to a plea agreement. Murray was sentenced to 100 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $264 in costs. He received 50 days credit.

Cass Superior Court II

Honorable Rick Maughmer presiding

Cody Dalka, 20, Winamac, pleaded guilty to battery, pursuant to a plea agreement. Dalka was sentenced to 60 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $214 in costs and restitution in the amount of $319.49 to the victims.

Ernest Birnell, 56, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle after forfeiture of license for life, pursuant to a plea agreement. Birnell was sentenced to four years in the Indiana Department of Correction. He was ordered to pay $514.50 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. He received 299 days credit.

James Amarante, 50, Logansport, was found guilty by the judge of trespassing and littering. Amarante was ordered to pay $664 in costs.

Heather Steele, 30, Logansport, pleaded guilty to driving while suspended, pursuant to a plea agreement. Steel was ordered to pay $215.50 in costs. Her licenses was suspended for 180 days.

Heather Marie Steele, 30, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated and driving while suspended, pursuant to a plea agreement. Steele was sentenced to 66 days in the Cass County Jail and one year probation. She was ordered to pay $664.50 in costs and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. Her license was suspended for one year. She received 33 days credit.

Courtney Melton, 31, Logansport, pleaded guilty to driving while suspended, pursuant to a plea agreement. Melton was ordered to pay $364.50 in costs. Her license was suspended for 90 days.

Ashley R. Rivers, 24, Logansport, pleaded guilty to public intoxication, pursuant to a plea agreement. Rivers was ordered to pay $414.50 in costs.

Kahla Shanks, 27, Logansport, pleaded guilty to false informing, pursuant to a plea agreement. Shanks was ordered to pay $414 in costs.

Orlando Lopez-Romero, 27, Logansport, pleaded guilty to operator never licensed, pursuant to a plea agreement. Lopez-Romero was ordered to pay $414.50 in costs.

Cody Johnson, 22, Logansport, pleaded guilty to contributing to delinquency of a minor, pursuant to a plea agreement. Johnson was sentenced to 70 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $214 in costs. He received 35 days credit.

Jerry Dwayne Ragsdale, 50, Logansport, pleaded guilty to public intoxication, pursuant to a plea agreement. Ragsdale was sentenced to 80 days in the Cass County Jail. He was ordered to pay $214 in costs. He received 40 days credit.

Gabriel Bordallo-Lomas, 37, Fort Wayne, pleaded guilty to operator never licensed, pursuant to a plea agreement. Bordallo-Lomas was ordered to pay 414.50 in costs.

Felip Mijares, 54, Chicago, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, pursuant to a plea agreement. Mijares 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.

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