Circuit CourtCANYON CITY - Grant County Circuit Court reported the following fines and judgments:

• Raymond Rho Capon pCourts

leaded guilty on a charge of driving while suspended and was sentenced to 24 days in the Grant County Jail and placed on probation for 18 months.

The court ordered the jail sentence would be served one weekend per month which began on March 17 and will end on Aug. 21.

He was fined a total of $1,126, which included a unitary assessment of $67 and a county assessment of $59, with $1,000 of the fine suspended.

Capon was further ordered by the court to obtain an alcohol or substance abuse evaluation, and to enter and successfully complete an alcohol or substance abuse treatment program at his own expense.

• Tobie Lee Holland pleaded guilty on a charge of first-degree failure to appear and was sentenced to 20 days in the Grant County Jail, with credit for time served, and placed on probation for 24 months.

In addition, he was given 120 sanction units, 60 of which are jail units.

Holland was fined a total of $2,166, which included a unitary assessment of $107 and a county assessment of $59, with $2,000 of the fine suspended.

• Eric Leroy Patterson pleaded guilty on a charge of third-degree theft and was sentenced to 10 days in the Grant County Jail, with credit for time served, and placed on bench probation for 12 months.

He was ordered by the court to pay restitution of $28 to Bear Valley Mini Mart.

The restitution will be paid by June 16.

• William Marcus McFarland pleaded guilty on a charge of first-degree theft and was sentenced to 10 days in the Grant County Jail, with credit for time served, and placed on probation for 18 months.

He was given an additional 90 sanction units, 30 of which are jail units, and ordered by the court to perform 80 hours of community service.

McFarland was fined a total of $1,406, which included a unitary assessment of $107, a county assessment of $59 and $240 in attorney fees, with $500 of the fine suspended.

The fine will be paid at the rate of $60 per month beginning June 1.

Justice CourtCANYON CITY - Grant County Justice Court reported the following fines and judgments:

• Samuel Workman, John Day, pleaded guilty on charges of disorderly conduct and second-degree criminal trespass.

On the charge of disorderly conduct, he was fined a total of $341, which included a unitary assessment of $67 and a county assessment of $24.

On the charge of second-degree criminal trespass, Workman was fined a total of $341, which included a unitary assessment of $67 and a county assessment of $24, with $150 of the fine suspended, and placed on bench probation for 12 months.

• Scott Berry, John Day, was found guilty by the court on misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and second-degree criminal trespass.

On the charge of disorderly conduct, he was fined a total of $341, which included a unitary assessment of $67 and a county assessment of $24, with $250 of the fine suspended.

On the charge of second-degree criminal trespass, Berry was fined a total of $341, which included a unitary assessment of $67 and a county assessment of $24, with $250 of the fine suspended, and placed on bench probation for 12 months.

• Jody Cox, Dayville, pleaded guilty on a charge of possession of less than one ounce of marijuana and was fined a total of $596, which included and assessment of $37 and $59 cost.

• Elijah Stinnett, John Day, was found not guilty on a charge of allowing consumption of alcohol by a minor and the charge was dismissed.

Miscellaneous Violations• Joel Silva, John Day, had a charge of driving uninsured dismissed when proof of compliance was shown.

• Darrell Holliday, John Day, was found guilty at a hearing on a charge of violation of basic speed rule (75/55 zone). Fined $138.

• Richard Johnson, Nampa, Idaho, had charges of no operator's license and driving uninsured dismissed when proof of a valid license and proof of insurance were shown.

• Lloyd Cunningham, Halfway, violation of basic speed rule (76/55 zone). Fined $180.

• Elijah Stinnett, John Day, was found guilty at a hearing on a charge of violation of basic speed rule (40/20 zone). Fined $110.

• Terry Kilby, Monument, exceeding declared weight. Fined $320.

• Michael Criswell, Couer 'D Alene, Idaho, violation of basic speed rule (75/55 zone). Fined $110.

• Travis Palmer, Baker City, violation of basic speed rule (75/55 zone). Fined $141.

• Piper Stout, Dayville, violation of basic speed rule (74/55 zone). Fined $110.

• Justin Farmer, John Day, driving while suspended. Fined $320.

He was fined an additional $180 on a charge of driving uninsured.

• Calvin Litzsinger, Pendleton, had a charge of failure to stop for a school bus reduced to a warning after a hearing was held.

• Joe Chapman, Mt. Vernon, had a charge of failure to stop for a school bus reduced to a warning after a hearing was held.

• Colin Morgan, Bend, possession of a falsely applied for combination license. Fined $150.

• Robbie Casados, Sandy, violation of basic speed rule (75/55 zone). Fined $110.

• Ruth Harris, John Day, had a charge of driving uninsured dismissed when proof of compliance was shown.

• Brandon Hutchison, John Day, violation of basic speed rule (74/55 zone). Fined $110.

• Bradley Moles, Burns, had a charge of driving uninsured dismissed when proof of compliance was shown.

• Ira Franklin, John Day, violation of basic speed rule (71/55 zone). Fined $110.

Small Claims CourtMarch Judgments

• Jerry and Marcia Franklin v. Josh Moulton.

Default money judgment awarded to Jerry and Marcia Franklin in the amount of $667.38, which included $110.50 in costs.

• Credit Associates, Inc. v. David and Karen Sullivan.

Default money judgment awarded to Credit Associates, Inc. in the amount of $1,176.37, which included $110.50 in costs.

• Credit Associates, Inc. v. Tani and Tom Schaefer.

Default money judgment awarded to Credit Associates, Inc. in the amount of $994.31, which included $110.50 in costs.

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