Noel Wayne Moore was not present for his review hearing because he is in a residential treatment program, Ridge House. The court rescheduled the hearing for Apr. 5. 

Christopher Wayne Quintana did not show up for his sentencing hearing for battery with substantial bodily harm. The crime occurred at C-Punch on Dec. 26, 2019. Quintana admitted punching the victim with enough force to break their jaw. He stated that he was under the influence of alcohol and drugs.

Kyle Swanson said that he had not heard from his client “for the better part of two months.”

“I did try to call his phone number on the way down here in the morning, just in case, and it indicated there were calling restrictions on the number, so I’ve not been able to get hold of him, and I don’t know where he is,” he said. Judge Jim Shirley ordered a bench warrant.

Last year, Judge Shirley sentenced Brooklynn Rose, 22, to 364 days in jail, suspended, with three years of probation for the possession of stolen property, a gross misdemeanor. On Wednesday, she admitted to violating the terms and conditions of her probation. 

Probation violations typically involve violations of laws, failure to meet financial obligations and the use of controlled substances as evidenced by random drug testing. Rose ticked all the boxes.

Her admission left the judge with three options. He could impose the underlying sentence of one year in jail. Alternatively, he could order probation with added conditions or dishonorably discharge the defendant from probation, a red flag to any future sentencing judge.

The judge put Rose back on probation and ordered her to perform 24 hours of community service within the next four months. She must get a substance abuse evaluation if she hasn’t already obtained one for Vitality Center, her treatment program. Also, she forfeited any good time credits and is not eligible for early release from probation. She may become eligible again in one year.