Nathan Ray Odoms pleaded guilty to misdemeanor breach of peace, amended from an original gross misdemeanor charge of violation of temp order for stalking or harassment.

The court ordered 180 days in jail, suspended for one year on the condition that he successfully complete family treatment court, have no like violations of the law other than minor traffic violations and follow all court orders. 



June 1

Nathan Ray Odoms pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor violation of a temporary or extended restraining order. 

The court ordered 180 days in jail to run concurrent to his other case, suspended for one year on the condition the defendant successfully complete family treatment court and have no like violations of the law other than minor traffic violations and follow all court orders.  

June 3

Tony F. Mentaberry pleaded guilty to misdemeanor driving under the influence first offense. 

The court ordered 30 days jail with 28 days time served for a period of one year on the condition he serves two days with credit given for 19 hours time served, leaving a balance of 29 hours to serve or in the alternative two days house arrest. 

The court ordered a $400 fine + $125 administrative assessment + $60 forensic fee. A victim impact panel and DUI school were ordered, with an option to complete online. A breath interlock device was ordered for 12 months. A misdemeanor charge of stopping/standing or parking outside of a business/residence was dismissed on a motion by the DA’s office pursuant to plea negotiations. 



Patrick Milford Maul pleaded guilty to misdemeanor driving under the influence first offense. The court ordered 30 days jail with 28 days stayed for a period of one year on the condition her serves two days with 12 hours credit for time served, leaving a balance of 36 hours to serve or 36 hours community service. The court ordered a $400 fine + $125 administrative assessment + $60 forensic fee. 

A victim impact panel and DUI school were ordered. A vehicle breath interlock device was ordered for one year.

A misdemeanor charge of driving in excess posted speed zone 31-40 over limit was dismissed on a motion by the DA’s office pursuant to plea negotiations. 

June 4

A misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia against Joseph Lee Hadd was dismissed on a motion by the DA’s office pursuant to plea negotiations in open court. 



June 9

A misdemeanor charge of battery against Caleb John Buschman was dismissed on a motion by the DA’s office in open court. 



Jose Adrian Lopez pleaded guilty to misdemeanor unlawful trespass upon land. The court ordered six days credit for time served. 



June 11

A misdemeanor charge of resisting a public officer against Pamela Lyn Victory was dismissed. 



June 16

Stephen Howard Seed pleaded guilty to misdemeanor driving under the influence first offense. 

The court ordered 30 days jail with 28 days stayed for a period of one year on the condition he serves two days, with 12 hours credit for time served given and the remaining 36 hours converted to community service. The court ordered a $400 fine + $125 administrative assessment fee + $60 forensic fee. 

A victim impact panel and DUI school were ordered and can be completed online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A vehicle breath interlock device was ordered for 185 days. A misdemeanor charge of driver fail to obey traffic control devices was dismissed on a motion by the DA’s office pursuant to plea negotiations. 



Susan Irene Leonhardt pleaded guilty to misdemeanor driving under the influence first offense. The court ordered 30 days jail with 28 days stayed on the condition she serves two days with one day credit for time served and the remaining 24 hours converted to community service or 48 hours of house arrest. The court ordered a $400 fine + $125 administrative assessment + $60 forensic fee. A victim impact panel and DUI school were ordered to be completed with the option to complete online. A vehicle breath interlock device was ordered for 185 days and the defendant was given credit for 168 days with the interlock installed, leaving 17 days remaining. A misdemeanor charge of fail to drive within marked lanes was dismissed on a motion by the DA’s office pursuant to plea negotiations. 



Nathan Alexander Blanco pleaded guilty to count one: misdemeanor driving under the influence first offense and count two: misdemeanor possession of a drug which may not be introduced into interstate commerce. 

On count one the court ordered 30 days jail with 28 days stayed for a period of two years on the condition he serves two days with credit for 36 hours time served given and the remaining 18 hours converted to community service or 36 hours of house arrest. The court ordered a $400 fine + $125 administrative assessment + $60 forensic fee. A victim impact panel and DUI School were ordered with an option to complete online. 

A vehicle breath interlock device was ordered for 185 days with credit given for 250 days it has already been installed. On count two the court ordered a $1,000 fine + $140 administrative assessment.