Items in the Court Docket are compiled from public records contained in the Union Township Justice Court and the Sixth Judicial District Court. The Humboldt Sun reports all felony hearings, misdemeanor convictions and dismissals for which the court releases information. When requested by the individual, the Sun will post the person’s mug shot with their court disposition. 

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March 2

Paul Richard Provencio pleaded no contest to misdemeanor count one: driving while license is canceled/suspended/revoked (DUI related) and count two: operating a vehicle without an interlock device. On count one the court ordered a $1,000 fine + $140 administrative assessment, with $640 suspended for one year on the condition there are no like violations by the defendant + complete and pay for 60 days of home confinement with proof of completion to the court. 

On count two the court ordered a $1,000 fine + $140 administrative assessment + 60 days home confinement, with both sentences ordered to run concurrently. 



A misdemeanor charge of basic speed against Wyatt Cope was amended to reflect parking violation. 



March 9

A misdemeanor charge of basic speed 21-30 over against Michael Francis Shepard was amended to reflect stop/stand/park with the fines and fees to remain the same. 



A misdemeanor charge of basic speed 11-20 over against Diedrea Ann Osgood was amended to reflect stop/stand/park with the fine to remain the same. A misdemeanor charge of registration certificate must be in vehicle was dismissed. 



A misdemeanor charge of basic speed 11-20 over limit against Ingrid Carmen Lekven was amended to reflect stop/stand/park with the fines to remain the same. 

Misdemeanor charges of no passing zone and evade/elude/fail to stop on the signal of a police officer were dismissed on a motion by the DA’s office. 



Pablo Angel Lopez pleaded guilty to 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 credit for 8 hours time served given and the remaining 40 hours converted to 40 hours community services or 80 hours house arrest. The court ordered a $400 fine + $125 administrative assessment + $60 forensic fee + victim impact panel + DUI school + breath interlock device for 185 days.

On count two, misdemeanor stopping, standing or parking prohibited in specific cases, the court ordered a $50 fine + $65 administrative assessment.