East Washingtonian - Your Hometown News Source

COURT REPORT

 

June 3, 2021



Garfield County Superior Court

Judge Brooke Burns:

May 5, 2021–Jay J. Dodaro, formerly of Dayton, pleaded guilty to felony Attempt to Elude a Pursuing Police Officer. Dodaro was sentenced to 22 months prison and will pay $500 in legal financial obligations. After receiving his sentence in Garfield County, Dodaro was returned to the Idaho Department of Correction where he is being incarcerated on a methamphetamine trafficking charge.

May 19, 2021–Quinnton A. Baxter, of Walla Walla, was re-sentenced for felony Possession of a Stolen Vehicle. Baxter was given credit for six months incarceration he had previously served, and will pay $847 in legal financial obligations. Baxter had previously been sentenced for the Stolen Vehicle as well as felony Possession of a Controlled Substance, but due to the Washington Supreme Court's recent decision in State v. Blake which held Washington's drug possession statute unconstitutional, Baxter was entitled to have the original conviction and sentence vacated.

May 19, 2021–Joseph M. Platz, of Pomeroy, pleaded guilty and was sentenced for the offense of Child Molestation in the Second Degree, a Class B Felony. Platz was sentenced to a Sex Offender Sentencing Alternative which included 90 days of Electronic Home Monitoring; three years of Dept. of Corrections Community Custody; three years of sex offender treatment; as well as $1,400 in legal financial obligations. If Platz is not successful in the sentencing alternative, he is subject to 17.5 months of prison.

Garfield County District Court

Judge Tom Cox

May 12, 2021–Alexis Caballero Magana, of Walla Walla, pleaded guilty to Driving While License Suspended 2nd Degree and Operating a Motor Vehicle without an Ignition Interlock Device, both gross misdemeanors. Cabarello's jail sentence was suspended, but he was ordered to pay $1,212.00 in fines, fees and assessments.

May 26, 2021–Richard W. Ingersoll Jr., of Pasco, pleaded guilty to Reckless Driving, a gross misdemeanor. Ingersoll was fined $1,066.00 and will have his driver's licenses suspended for 30 days.

 
 

Our Family of Publications Includes:

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2021

Rendered 06/16/2022 16:38