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

• Bruce Arie Burgraff was found guilty by the court on charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants and refusal to take a breath test.

On the charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants, he was placed on probation for 18 months and ordered by the court to perform 80 hours of community service.

Burgraff's driver's license was suspended for one year and he was fined a total of $1,286, which included a unitary assessment of $97, a county assessment of $59, $25 to the intoxicated driver program fund and $105 in state obligation, with $250 of the fine suspended.

He was also given the alcohol package, which includes special probationary conditions for alcohol-related offenses.

On the charge of refusal to take a breath test, Burgraff was fined a total of $537, which included a $37 unitary assessment.

• Leonard Elwood Young pleaded guilty on two counts of contempt of court.

The court discharged both counts and acquitted him on a third count of contempt of court.

• Efrain Camacho pleaded guilty on a charge of recklessly endangering another and was sentenced to four days in the Grant County Jail, with credit for time served, and placed on probation for 18 months.

He was fined a total of $1,246, which included a unitary assessment of $567, a county assessment of $59 and $120 in attorney fees, with $500 of the fine suspended.

A second charge of recklessly endangering another was dismissed. The fine will be paid at the rate of $50 per month beginning June 1.

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

• Colton Clark, 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, and placed on probation for 12 months.

On the charge of second-degree criminal trespass, Clark 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.

• Tim Keith, Prairie City, pleaded guilty on a charge of furnishing alcohol to a minor and was fined a total of $350, which included an assessment of $37 and $24 cost.

• Darrell Alarcon, Portland, pleaded guilty on a charge of aiding in a wildlife violation (loan and borrow) and was fined a total of $311, which included a unitary assessment of $37 and a county assessment of $24.

An additional charge of unlawful possession of a buck deer was dismissed.

• Jesse Andrew Robinson, Portland, pleaded guilty on charges of failure to tag a game mammal and unlawful possession of a buck deer.

On the charge of failure to tag a game mammal, he was fined a total of $561, which included a unitary assessment of $37 and a county assessment of $24, with $500 of the fine suspended.

On the charge of unlawful possession of a buck deer, Robinson was fined a total of $861, which included a unitary assessment of $37 and a county assessment of $24, with $800 restitution to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Additional charges of unlawful possession of a buck deer, exceeding the bag limit (buck deer), assisting another in possession a buck deer, assisting another in unlawfully attempting to shoot a turkey during closed season and assisting another in unlawfully attempting to shoot a turkey from a motor-propelled vehicle were dismissed.

Miscellaneous Violations• Dorothy Schatz, Burns, improper turn at a stop light (accident). Fined $273.

• Antoinette Jenkins, Long Creek, had a charge of no operator's license dismissed when proof of compliance was shown.

• Chad Lauer, Canyon City, unreasonable sound amplification. Fined $71.

• Jeffrey Webb, Baker City, had a charge of driving uninsured dismissed when proof of compliance was shown.

• Jacqueline Clements, Burns, violation of basic speed rule (79/55 zone). Fined $180.

• Robert Hickerson, Canyon City, failure to wear seatbelt. Fined $71.

• Diann Jennings, Redmond, violation of basic speed rule (78/55 zone). Fined $237.

• Saul Gambou, Quincy, Wash., failed to appear on a charge of no operator's license and was found guilty by default.

He was fined $237, plus an additional $25 driver's license suspension fee.

Gambou also failed to appear on a charge of improper display and was found guilty by default.

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

On yet another charge, Gambou failed to appear on a charge of driving uninsured and was found guilty by default.

He was fined $237, plus an additional $25 driver's license suspension fee.

• Edward Humbird, Canyon City, violation of speed law (no speed listed). Fined $110.

• Dustin Jewell, Monument, violation of basic speed rule (75/55 zone). Fined $141.

Small Claims CourtApril Judgments

• Credit Associates, Inc. v. Jennifer Strong.

Default money judgment awarded to Credit Associates, Inc. in the amount of $997.36, which included $110.50 in costs.

• Credit Services of Oregon, Inc. v. Jimmy Ray Wright.

Default money judgment awarded to Credit Services of Oregon, Inc. in the amount of $722.72, which included $110.50 in costs.

• Credit Services of Oregon, Inc. v. James David Clark and Shawna Rae Clark.

Default money judgment awarded to Credit Services of Oregon, Inc. in the amount of $218.95, which included $65.50 in costs and a $60 prevailing party fee.

Bonneville Billing and Collections, Inc. v. William Morgan and Misty Morgan, aka Misty Bennett.

• Default money judgment awarded to Bonneville Billing and Collections, Inc. in the amount of $285.29, which included $110,50 in costs.

• Kenneth Moore v. Derek Hutton.

Testimony from the plaintiff and the defendant, along with witness testimony for both parties was heard by the court.

After careful consideration, the court found no validity in support of the counterclaim filed by Hutton and ruled in favor of Moore.

Hutton was ordered to pay a total of $1,807.96, which included filing fees of $50.50 and a prevailing party fee of $60.

The counterclaim was dismissed with prejudice.

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