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Judge sends Fallon man to prison

Steve Ranson
Justin Wayne McGilton, one of seven people convicted of grafitti at Hidden Cave, had his probation revoked on Tuesday and was sent to the Nevada State Prison. Spray paint and a bullet hole cover an information kiosk at the trailhead to Hidden Cave.
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A Fallon man who pleaded guilty last year of placing graffiti and defacing Hidden Cave north of Grimes Point was sentenced to the Nevada State Prison on Tuesday for violating his probation.

Justin Wayne McGilton appeared in Tenth Judicial District Court before Judge Thomas Stockard to answer charges of not being compliant in drug court.

“He didn’t participate and didn’t show up to court,” said Lane Mills, chief deputy district attorney.

McGilton was one of six men and a woman involved with vandalism at Grimes Point in March 2014. He was released on his own recognizance in October but was required to report to Court Services for random testing.

The felony charge stemming from the Grimes Point incident carries a penalty of one to four years in prison and a $5,000 fine. By law, it also carried a mandatory sentence of 10 days in jail, a fine between $400-$1,000, 100 hours of community service to abate the graffiti and a suspension of his driver’s license between six months to two years.

In other district court news —

Robert Caspit Henry pleaded guilty to one count to an attempt to commit burglary. He was accused of committing petit larceny on May 29 at the Naval Air Station Fallon’s Navy Exchange. Henry had been previously convicted of a felony for another crime.

He faces a sentence of one to five years and fine not to exceed $10,000 plus court fees. He will be sentenced in September.

Jeffrey Dean Sims pleaded guilty at his arraignment to one account of attempt to commit grand larceny of personal goods or property with a value in excess of $650 but less than $3,500.

The penalty carries a one-to-four-year prison term and a fine not to exceed $4,000.

On Feb. 25, Sims attempted to steal a cash-out voucher worth $773.78.

Sentencing is set for September.

Spencer Matthew Eusted pleaded guilty to the use of system providing telephone number to be used in emergency when no actual or perceived emergency exits or, in other words, making a false 911 call on March 28.

“I was having problems with my girlfriend,” Eusted told the court.

He also pleaded guilty to the unlawful taking of a vehicle on April 4 when he took his girlfriend’s car without permission.

“This is someone who doesn’t have sufficient regard for our laws,” said Deputy District Attorney Brandon Gardner.

Stockard sentenced Eusted to 300 days in jail on each count to run concurrently.

Jordan Albert Mauwee pleaded guilt to a count of burglary, a category B felony when he entered a house on Williams Avenue on April 13 with the intent to commit a crime.

Mauwee faces one to 10 years in prison and a fine not to exceed $10,000.

Sentencing is set for September.

Sarah Ellen Parmenter pleaded guilty to one count of driving under the influence, a third or subsequent offense, a felony.

On May 2, Parmenter was stopped on West Williams Avenue while under the influence of alcohol. Her alcohol level exceeded .08.

An option for Parmenter is to attend a court diversion program. Upon completion, the felony will be dismissed.

Sentencing is set for September.