The following cases were heard in the Tenth Judicial District Court, Judge Thomas Stockard presiding.
July 14, 2015
Monique Nicole Routt pleaded guilty to a count of trying to conceal methamphetamine, a gross misdemeanor, on May 9, 2015. The count carries a sentence of 364 days in the county jail and a fine of no more than $2,000.
She will be sentenced in September.
Kirby Stamps pleaded guilty to a count of conspiracy to commit a felony crime under the Uniformed Controlled Substance Act, a first offense. On July 3, 2014, he conspired with another individual to sell methamphetamine to a confidential source.
He faces one to five years in the Nevada State Prison and a fine exceeding no more than $5,000. Sentencing is set for September.
A two-day trial has been set for February for Stanislaw Kuzmicki for violating a temporary court order restricting stalking or harassment from May 9 to June 9, 2015.
If convicted, Kuzmicki faces 364 days in the county jail and a $1,000 fine on each count.
Teresa Anne McCoy pleaded guilty to possessing methamphetamine on April 15, 2015.
She faces one to four years in the Nevada State Prisons and a fine not to exceed $5,000. Sentencing is set for September.
David Daniel Winters had his 12-36 month prison sentence suspended except for a fine not to exceed $5,000 and was placed on probation for five years.
On Jan. 27, 2015, Winters entered Wal-Mart and uttered counterfeit U.S. currency.
Kristen Ann Carey had her one-to-four year prison sentence suspended and was placed on probation not to exceed five years.
She must continue to attend the Western Regional Drug Court program.
On Feb. 15, 2015, she was under the influence of a controlled substance, methamphetamine.
Anthony Shawn Nadeu had a 12-34-month prison sentence suspended and was placed on probation not to exceed five years.
According to court records, on May 15, 2015, Nadeu did willfully and lawfully attempt to obtain personal identifying information on another person and use the personal identifying information to avoid or delay being prosecuted for an unlawful act. The defendant did attempt to use the name, date of birth and identifiers of his brother to avoid prosecution on a revoked license.
Furthermore, Stockard ordered Nadeu to change the name of the responsible party on a $4,400 hospital bill from his brother’s name to his.
Otis Earl Noel had a 28-72-month prison sentence suspended but was fined $2,000 and received probation not to exceed five years.
According to court records, on March 27, 2015, the defendant possessed a .22 caliber Ruger revolve having been previously convicted of a felony attempt to possess, manufacture or dispose of a short-barreled gun.