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Staff Report

The following cases were heard Tuesday in the Tenth Judicial District Court before Judge Tom Stockard.

Nathan Thomas Week was granted custody of his niece, Jaelynn Fay Kendrick. Week’s sister, who is Kendrick’s mother, left on a trip to Reno and has not made contact since.

Caleb Michael Casey was sentenced to 12 to 32 months in the Nevada State Prison for one count of unlawful use of a controlled substance, a Category E Felony. Casey’s sentence was placed on suspended not to exceed five years. As part of probation, Casey was ordered to undergo a Substance Abuse Evaluation; have no possession, use or control of alcohol and other controlled substances; and to deal with any outstanding warrants in other states.

Carry Ann Peavey pleaded guilty to one count of burglary, a Category B Felony. She faces a potential one to 10 years in the Nevada State Prison and a fine not to exceed $10,000.

Sentencing is set for August.

Jason Lee Enox pleaded not guilty to one count of failure to stop on the signal of a police officer, a Category B Felony. Enox faces a potential one to six years in the Nevada State Prison and a fine not to exceed $5,000.

However, due to three prior felony charges, Enox’s sentence may include a Habitual Felon Enhancement charge at the discretion of the court. This additional charge may result in three sentences including life without the possibility of parole, life with the possibility of parole or a fixed sentence of 25 years in the Nevada State Prison with the possibility of parole after 10 years.

The case was continued to August.

Jonathan Lee Nelson pleaded guilty to one count of attempting to possess an electric stun gun, a Category C Felony. Nelson faces a potential one to five years in the Nevada State Prison and a fine not to exceed $10,000.

Nelson was released on his own recognizance. Sentencing is set for October.

Matthew John Maes was sentenced to 334 days in the Churchill County Jail for one count of conspiracy to commit coercion. Maes was remanded into the sheriff’s custody to carry out his sentence after his request for probation was denied. He was given credit for 103 days served.