Sept. 26

Robert Edward Ross pleaded guilty to misdemeanor possession of drugs not to be introduced into interstate commerce, amended from original charges of driving while license is canceled/suspended/revoked, operating a motor vehicle without having evidence of current insurance located therein, current registration required and possession of drug paraphernalia. 

The court ordered 180 days in jail with 47 days credit for time served. 



Robert Edward Ross pleaded guilty to fictitious plates, operating a motor vehicle without having evidence of current insurance located therein, tail lamp required, placement of certificate of registration, driving while license is canceled/suspended/revoked and suspended plates.

The court ordered 30 days in jail to run consecutive to the 180 day sentenced ordered in a separate case with credit or time served of 19 days.  

A misdemeanor charge of windshield and windows must be unobstructed was dismissed on a motion by the DA’s office pursuant to plea negotiations. 



Oct. 1

Mukhiddin Sobirov was found guilty of basic speed 1-10 over. The court ordered an $80 fine + $80 administrative assessment. 

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Rhoda A. Spahan pleaded guilty to misdemeanor resisting a public officer. The court ordered $1,000 fine + $140 administrative assessment with credit for one day time served. A misdemeanor domestic battery charge was dismissed on a motion by the DA’s office as the case could not be proven without a reasonable doubt. 

October 2

Evelynn Mae Polston pleaded guilty to misdemeanor resisting a public officer. The court ordered credit for time served on the bail of $1,140 on resisting a public officer.

Ryky Wayne Patterson was found guilty of driving under the influence first offense. The court ordered 30 days jail with 28 days stayed for a period of one year on the condition he serves two days with credit for one day time served and the remaining day converted to two days of house arrest. The court ordered a $400 fine + $125 administrative assessment + $60 forensic fee. DUI school and victim impact panel were ordered to be completed online. A charge of stopping, standing or parking was dismissed on a motion by the DA’s office as that element could not be proven. Patterson was found not guilty of misdemeanor when lighted lamps are required. 

October 3

A felony charge of domestic battery with a prior felony conviction against Mark Allen Ouerkirk was dismissed as the court ruled insufficient cause to believe the defendant committed the offense.