Circuit Court

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

• Earl Mcnally Binger pleaded guilty on a charge of harassment and was fined a total of $1,006, which included a unitary assessment of $67, a county assessment of $59 and $80 in attorney fees, with $500 of the fine suspended, and placed on probation for 24 months.

He was also given the alcohol and drug packages, which include special probationary conditions for alcohol-and-drug-related offenses.

The fine will be paid at the rate of $50 per month beginning March 3.

A second charge of harassment along with a charge of manufacture/delivery of a Schedule-1 controlled substance were dismissed.

• Phillip A. Lynall was found guilty on a charge of dog as a public nuisance and was ordered by the court to pay a unitary assessment of $25.

Justice Court

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

• Jesus C. Martinez, Burns, pleaded guilty on a charge of possession of alcohol by a minor and was fined a total of $311, which included an assessment of $37 and $24 cost.

He was further ordered by the court to participate in and complete an alcohol treatment program at his own expense and schedule an appointment for an evaluation within 30 days.

• Johnny L. Lane, Canyon City, pleaded guilty on a charge of furnishing alcohol to a minor and was fined a total of $1,126, which included a unitary assessment of $67 and a county assessment of $59.

Miscellaneous Violations

• Bonita Masters, Seneca, operating a vehicle with obstructed driver. Fined $110.

• Michael Foster, Portland, violation of basic speed rule (73/55 zone). Fined $141.

• Terry Alley, Wilder, Idaho, overload/combination. Fined 185.

• Jose Ceja-Medina, John Day, had a charge of driving uninsured dismissed when proof of compliance was shown.

• Robert Askey, Folsom, Calif., failed to appear on a charge of violation of basic speed rule (55/35 zone) and was found guilty by default.

He was fined $141 plus an additional $25 driver's license suspension fee.

• Crystal Pizzola, Bend, failed to appear on a charge of failure to keep safety belt in working order and was found guilty by default.

She was fined $94 plus an additional $25 driver's license suspension fee.

• Marilu Titus, Prairie City, violation of basic speed rule (74/55 zone). Fined $110.

Small Claims Court

February Judgments

• Credit Services of Oregon v. Patricia Mary McHatton aka Patty McHatton.

Default money judgment awarded to Credit Services of Oregon in the amount of $436.77, which included $135.50 in costs.

• Gambler Veterinary Clinic v. Bernadine Hulett.

Default money judgment awarded to Gambler Veterinary Clinic in the amount of $587.65, which included $107.50 in costs.

• Gambler Veterinary Clinic v. Guy Patterson.

Default money judgment awarded to Gambler Veterinary Clinic in the amount of $504.30, which included $107.50 in costs.

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