Aug. 18 — In the case of Delia Ustick, charged with fail to obey flagman in marked construction, maintenance or temp traffic control area: Chief Deputy DA Pasquale discussed the matter with the defendant off the record via phone. Pursuant to negotiation, the DA reduced the fine amount to $355 with the charge to remain the same. The defendant agreed to monthly payments of $50 beginning Sept. 19.



Aug. 18 — In the case of Jade Butcher, charged with failure to immediate report accident, hit and run unattended vehicle: fined $640 in fines and fees suspended for six months on the condition of no new like violations. The county motioned to dismiss count 2 pursuant to negotiations with the court accepted.



Aug. 18 — In the case of Kelly Leffler, charged with basic speed 1-10 over, and operate unregistered vehicle, trailer or semi trailer:

DA Macdonald discussed the matter with the defendant off the record via phone and due to compliance the DA dismissed count 2 with count 1 to remain the same. Defendant has 30 days to pay fine in full.



Aug. 18 — In the case of Ryan Anthony Perez, charged with driving while license is cancelled/suspended/revoked, use of head lamps and stop lights required, protective headgear, glasses, goggles or faceshield, current registration required: the parties agreed to continue this matter off the record. Case is reset for Sept. 20.



Aug. 23 — Jordan Paul Jeppsen pleaded no contest to resisting a public officer and was fined $1,140 in fines and fees with $600 converted to jail time and credit for time served. The remaining $540 is suspended for six months on the condition he continue and successfully complete counseling. Counts 1 and 2 were dismissed. Status review hearing set for Nov. 22.



Aug. 23 — In the case of Michael Edward Oreno, charged with basic speed 11-20 over: DA Macdonald discussed the matter with the defendant off the record and pursuant to negotiation amended the charged. Defendant agreed to forfeit cash bail to pay for fine and fees owed.



Aug. 23 — Kelly George Dixon, charged with basic speed 1-10 over; restricted license violations (ignition interlock device, no device in vehicle): DA Macdonald discussed the matter with the defendant off the record. Pursuant to negotiations the DA amended count 1 with fines to be paid in full in 30 days. Count 2 was dismissed based on records provided by State of Idaho.



Aug. 23 — Skyler Lydia Ispisua, charged with battery: DA Macdonald spoke with the defendant off the record as well as the victim. Per the request of the complaining party, the DA dismissed the citation.



Aug. 23 — Peyton Mikeila Ispisua, charged with battery: DA Macdonald spoke with the defendant off the record as well as the victim. Per the request of the complaining party, the DA dismissed the citation.



Aug. 23 — Sabrina Nicoletti, charged with basic speed 41+ over: DA Macdonald discussed the matter with the defendant off the record via telephone.

Pursuant to negotiation the DA amended the charge to 21-30 over limit with the fine amount to reflect the amended charge. Defendant is to pay half on Oct. 3 with the remaining to be paid Nov. 3.



Aug. 23 — Annah Violet Brush, charged with petit larceny: fined $1,140 in fines and fees with $640 suspended for one year on the condition of no new violations. The remaining $500 is to be paid in full by Oct. 3.



Aug. 24 — In the case of Bellynda Gillam, charged with abuse, neglect or endanger a child, the case was dismissed pursuant to negotiation.



Aug. 24 — In the case of Johnny Dean Marr, charged with petit larceny, the citation was dismissed without prejudice.



Aug. 24 — In the case of Joshua Quincy Heckman, charged with operating a motor vehicle while driver’s license is cancelled, suspended or revoked, operate a vehicle with expired or invalid registration/plates, operate a motor vehicle without proof of insurance: Count 1 fined $250+$105AA, Count 2 fined $100+$95, Count 3 - $600 + $140, totaling $1,290 in fines and fees. Monthly payments of $50 beginning Nov. 1.



Aug. 24 — The charge of following too closely was dismissed against Gary Benedict.