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Tucson, Sunday, June 4, 1995 Section B Page Five These are sentencing in Pima County Superior Court. The last name is the sen-fencing- judfre. Mjjfounw Robwt Aitim, attempted IMng Iron a law entorcenwnt wtada, 1.5 yra. In pnaon. Michael 0. Aflrad CayWano Bavteht, ttum of a IHeam, 1 . w.. vised probation, $180 restitution, John F. Kelly Walter Scon Ben, two counts ot unlawful sale of a nar- Smi&.'SSSiSSS. 7 "" Eric Huoti Bytngton, attempted possession ot a dangerous drug lor sale, 3 yrs. probation, $3,140 One $150 attorney tees, participate in any treatment. Howard Hantman Jeremy Michael Chap, possession of burglary toon 4 moa. m tail. Deborah Bemmi. " ' ' fine, " "y CW1' 6 mo' ' " 4343 Jose Luis Clark, Indecent exposure to a minor under zrt &S" 4400 mo ,n6 Harold Smith Cyprfano Jr., rrwrwiaughter. aggravated assault 3 yrs prison, 5 moa. commonrty supervision, Margaret M. Houghton. Richard Anthony Daniels, 3rd-degree burglary 2 5 vrs. in prison. J5.303 restitution, Hantman Gabriel Koran Eppiey, unlawful possession of a darv 9ef0U MJPLi5 " P"80- 6 community servtce, $1,570 fine, Ntcnots. 1 Sandra Jean Eppiey, solicitation to unlawful possession of a dangerous drug, 3 yrs. probation, complete DIRECT substance abuse program, participate in substance abuse counseling. 85 hrs. community service, abide by curfew and approved schedule, submit to drug and alcohol tests shall not consume alcohol or illicit drugs, participate in Ute and social skills programs, $100 attorney tees. $3,140 fine, main, tain full-time employment or school, subject to conditions of probation. Nichols. William George Fan, two counts of solicitation to possess a dangerous drug: methamphetamine, 5 yrs. probation abide by all conditions of probation, shall not consume alcohol or drugs while on probation, maintain full-time employment, $2,355 to State Narcotic Enforcement Account, $500 attorney fees, Charles S. Sabalos. Aurelio Roddy Felix, theft by control and'or by control of stolen property valued at $250 or more, but less than $500, attempted 2nd -degree trafficking In stolen property, 5 yrs. in prison, .71 yrs. community supervision, $272 restitution, $100 to Victims Compensation Fund, $100 attorney fees. $166 restitution, Miller. Jared Donald Samuel Friedman, theft by control andor by control of stolen property valued at $250 or more, but less than $1,000. 3 yrs. probation. $250 attorney fees, participate in substance abuse counseling, shaH not consume any alcohol, maintain full-time employment, schooling or cornoi-nabon of both. 100 hrs. community service. Miller. Christopher Leon Garber, 2nd-degree child molestation, 8 yrs. in prison, Nichols. Thomas Gene GoWing, attempted furnishing of obscene or harmful items to a minor, 3 yrs. probation, participate in and complete any substance abuse, mental health or sexual counseling, screening or treatment programs. $175 attorney fees, successfully participate in any educational or vo jonaJ training, must notify supervisor H obtaining em-ployment or performing volunteer work involving supervision of children under the age ot 18, abide by terms and conditions of probation, Philip Fahringer. Luis AJonso Gonzalei-Luzania, unlawful possession of marijuana for sale with a weight of less than 2 lbs.. 2 5 yrs. In prison. Robert B Donfeld Roberto Lopez Gonzalez, probation violated for indecent exposure, probation revoked. 15 yrs. in prison, Leonardo. Mario James Greene, unlawful possession of marijuana with a weight of 4 lbs. or more, disorderly conduct, 2.5 yrs. in prison, 2 yrs. probation, 4 mos, in community supervision, submit to alcohol and or drug testing, treatment and or counseling, undergo psychological and anger counseling, maintain full-time employment, abide by conditions ot probation, abide by all other terms of probation, Leonardo. Rachel Celeste Guy, two counts of child abuse, 3 yrs. probation, $150 attorney fees, participate in any treatment or training, participate in individual and parenting counseling, obtain GED. Hantman. Dale Alden Goodlne, solicitation to unlawful possession of a narcotic drug. 3 yrs. probation, $3,140 fine, participate in any treatment or training programs, abide by conditions of probation, Hantman, Beverly Dawn Hanks, conspiracy to commit sexual conduct with a minor, 5 yrs. probation, $350 attorney fees, participate in any mental health counseling, participate in any substance abuse counseling, abide by conditions of probation, 240 hrs. community service, Miller. J. Ryan Hanks, 2nd-degree sexual conduct with a minor under 15 yrs. a dargerous crime against children, conspiracy to commit sexual conduct with a minor. 8 mos. in fail, 10 yrs. probation, $500 attorney fees, participate in substance abuse counseling and monitoring, participate in mental health counseling and monitoring, maintain full-time employment, subtect to conditions of probation, notify any organization which sponsors activities, in which, adults supervise children of his conviction, when volunteering or applying for a Ob, submit to DNA testing, and pay $500 for testing, Miller. Wayne Allen Ho meter, possession of a narcotic drug, possession of marijuana, 4.5 yrs. m prison, $4.31 8 to the drug enforcement fund, Fahringer. David Jonathon Hurst, probation violated, probation revoked. 1 yr. in prison, $200 attorney fees, $360 probation fees. Gilbert VeHz. Ronald Lee Jacob, probation violated for arson, 4 yrs. in prison. $135 probation fees. Miller. Jeremiah Anu Johnson, probation violated for possession of a narcotic drug, possession of marihuana, with a weight of less than 1 lb., probation revoked. 4 yrs. in prison, $38,500 to drug enforcement fund, $200 attorney fees, $200 to Victims Fund, Miller. Theodore Charles Johnson, violated terms of 4 year probation for possession ot a dangerous drug, probation revoked, 12.5 yrs. In prison, $3,140 to drug enforcement fund, Pima budget now to cost $26 per copy By Joe Burchell The Arizona Daily Star Citizens who want a copy of this year's recommended $604.2 million Pima County budget will have to shell out S26 - nearly triple the price tag on l3tyear's budget book. Steve Ashorn, county financial analyst supervisor, said the price increase is because this year's 562-page budget is nearly triple the size of last year's budget, which sold for $10. County officials said the high price on this year's budget books has prompted a number of citizen complaints. The city doesn't charge citizens for copies of its 542 page budget book. City budget director Ned Zolman said citizens are encouraged to use copies of the budget that are available in all libraries, but they are provided with a free copy if they insist on one. He said the city gets few such requests. Ashorn said a copy of the county budget is available in the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Office that the public can look at for free. Copies of the pages they're interested in can be made for 20 cents a page, he said. Additional copies will be available by midweek in all Tucson-Pima County libraries and the Pima Community College and University of Arizona libraries, he said. The Board of Supervisors is scheduled to start five days of budget hearings on June 19. The board is scheduled to tentatively approve the budget on July 5. Final adoption is scheduled for Aug. 14. et The proposed county budget is available on StarNet and can be downloaded. You can read County Manager Chuck Huckelberry's summary and division narratives. Savings every day! QIl88-EXTR.fordetaasand start saving today! SENTENC1NGS Sarxuos Wsethom Johnson, violated conditions of probation on inert by control ot stolen property nkiM at JS0 or more, continued probation, 4 mos. electronic monitortng. previously imposed conditions are to remam In tutl force, Fahnnger. ErmUo Juarai-Vaktoz, theft by control and or by control stolen property of less than Jl.ooo. 1 yr. In prison, J378 restitution, $100 attorney tees. Kelly. Mark David lump. Ist-degree domestic violence and criminal trespass. 3 yrs. probation, abide by additional conditions of probation, shaH not consume any alcohol, com-plete Adult Diversion Program, obtain GEO. Houghton. -jTli "n" robbery, assault, ist-degree criminal trespass, 6 mos. In Ian. 3 yrs. m prison. .21 yrs. community service, $314 fine. S100 attorney lees. MHIer. Jose U. Lopez, unlawful sale of a narcotic drug: cope, 6 mos. in yail. 4 mos. unsupervised probation, ttOO at-tomeyfees, $3,140 fine, abide by condlbona of probation, Joenn Mansfield, solicitation to use a dangerous drug, 2 yrs. probation. 100 attorney fees. shaH not dnr any alcoholic beverages, pamopate In any treatment or training programs, shall abide by conditions of prooabon, participate in mental health treatment programs, Bemmi. Locardo Martinez, sexual abuse, 1.5 yrl. In prison, .21 uPsion, violated terms of probation. 1,049 restitution reaffirmed, Bemmi. 1p"nc M. Martinez, aggravated Dm while icense suspended or revoked, violated terms and concMuna of probation, probation revoked. 2 yrs. In prison. Hantman. - ..T5?,,,v Ro Md' b coma property valued at $1,000 or more but less than $2,000, prooabon violated. 4 mos m pnson. 45 days m pit. continued probation under the conditions and regulations of Intensive Probation Supervision Program, reaffirm all previously imposed fines, tees and assessment 480 hrs. community service, shall not drink any alcohol while on probation, partjcipate In outpatient drug and alcohol counseling and fannty counselng, 125 days ai pnson, Nichols. William Christopher Mendoza, probation reinstated tor 3 yrs., continue Antabuse as directed, release from electronic monitoring, Veiasco. Girard Roy Meyers, aggravated DUI while license Is suspended, aggravated DUI with an alcohol concentration ot 0.10 or more while license is suspended or revoked, 4 yrs. Ji pnson, $450 attorney tees, $100 to Victims Fund, Fahnnger. David Miranda, violated terms and conditions of probation, unlawful possession of marijuana, less than 1 lb., 3 yrs. m jail, continued probation under the same terms and conditions, previously Imposed with additional conditions, participate in suostance abuse counseling and monitoring, subject to conditions of probation, Nichols. Dan Manning Modrzefmskl, solicitation. 2 yrs. probation, $100 to Victims Fund, participate in treatment or training programs, comply with conditions of probation, Nichols. Frank Gabriel Moreno, child abuse. DUI, 3 yrs. in prison. 1 mo. in jail, participate In any treatment or training programs, shall not consume any alcohol, abide by conditions of probation, Hantman. Mario Edwardo Moreno, unlawful possession of a narcotic drug: cocaine. 3 yrs. probation. $3,120 fine. $100 attorney fees, subject to conditions of probation, Bernardo P. Veiasco. Mario Edwardo Moreno, facilitation to traffic in stolen property, probation reinstated tor 3 yrs.. placed on intensive probation, comply with terms of conditions, participate in treatment or training, shall not drink any alcohol, shad not associate with gang members or gang associates. Veiasco. Jason Troy Murrey, theft by control of stolen property. $250 or more, 3 yrs. intensive probation, abide by conditions ot probation. $500 restitution. $200 attorney fees, abide by conditions of probation. Leonardo. Jason Troy Murray, unlawful possession of a dangerous drug, 3 yrs. probation, 4 mos. In pnson, $400 attorney tees, participate In any treatment or training programs, shall not consume any alcoholic beverages, 3 mos. electronic monitoring. Kelly. Angela Maria Newton, solicitation to possess a dangerous drug: methamphetamine, 1 yr. in prison. 3 yrs. probation, abide by ail requirements of conditions ot probation, shall not consume any alcohol or drugs, comply with conditions of probation, submit to regular drug testing, 85 hrs. community service, participate in substance abuse counseling and treatment program, maintain full-time employment, $1,178 to drug enforcement fund, $150 attorney fees, Sabalos. Benny Baca Pacheco, possession of a narcotic drug with one prior felony conviction, $3,140 fine, 4.5 yrs. in prison, Hantman. Antonio Medrano Peha, aggravated DUI. 6 mos. in prison, 5 yrs. probation, $100 attorney fees, 200 hrs. community service, driver's license suspended for 3 yrs., participate in any treatment of training. Raner C. Collins. Armando Camecho Perez, unlawful possession of a narcotic drug: cocaine, 3 yrs. probation, 178 days in jail, It's a pretty safe bet. 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Kelly PMWa Louts Petti, unlawful possession ol a narcotic drug: Oxycodone, unlawful possession, manufacture, delivery and advertisement of drug paraphernal. 3 mot. in atf, continued probation with all conditions previously imposed to include probation fees, fines and assessments to remam in effect. Alfred. Rhonda Mtcneltf Phifer, ska Brenda WHmore, a k s Michll Phtter, a k a Mickey Phtte, theft by control of property of less than $1,000, 4 mos. in prison in Shock Incarceration Program, 3 yn. intensive probation, oblan GEO. maintain fulMime employment fechot. Bobbie Max Phipps Jr., aggravated DUI white Mcense is suspended or revoked, 3 yrs. tn pnson. $100 attorney fees, surrenoer driver s license for 3 yrs.. Bernini. Jam Anthony Pierce, violated conditions of probation. 74 days m pii. probation revoked, continued probation on at terms and conditions previously set Miller. John Michael Pike, tst-degree sexual conduct with a minor under IS yrs. od, a dangerous crane agaroi children, chitd rnoiestabon, under 15 yrs. otd, 20 yrs. in prison, (200 attorney fees. Leonardo. Erie Willi. Potts, 2nd -degree burglary, 3 yrs. probation, $200 attorney fees, H.7&0 restitution. shaH not consume any alcohol, participate in any treatment or (raining programs, subject to at. conditions of prooabon, Howard Hantman. Anthony Mich Ramirez, ska Antonio Miguel Estrel-la. prooation violated for cnminal damage of more than $250. probation revoked, 1.875 yrs. in pnson, $100 to Victims Fund. Miller. Rhonda Marts Sandoval, fotse statement 1 yr. unsupervised probation. $200 attorney fees, Hantman. Ryan Kelly Ramsey, unlawful possession ot marijuana, less than 2 lbs.. 3 yrs. probation, participate in substance abuse counseling, 100 hrs. corwnunity service, abide by curfew and remam at approved residence, submit to urinalyses and Breathalyzers, shaH not consume any alcohol, participate in life and social skills program, abide by conditions of probation. $1,570 to drug enforcement fund, $200 attorney fees, maintain full-time employment 60 days electronic monitoring, subtect to PALS and obtain GEO, Miller. John D. Reoer, two counts of aggravated assault. 3 yrs. probation, violated terms and conditions of probation, probation revoked. 9 mos. in prison, Hantman. Jorge Luxanla Roman, DUI, 4 yrs. probation, participate in alcohol and or drug testing, treatment and or counseling programs, maintain fuH-time employment, 40 hrs community service, abide by conditions of probation and any other conditions, $393 fine, $200 attorney fees, driver s B-cense is suspended for 3 mos., Leonardo. Manuel Angel Romo-Yepiz, conspiracy to unlawful possession of marijuana for sale over 8 lbs., 1 mo. in tail, 3 yrs. probation, submit to alcohol and or drug testing, counseling and or treatment matrrtam full-time employment, shall not consume any alcohol, 80 hrs. community service, abide by conditions of probation, $2,800 to drug enforcement fund, $100 to Victims Fund, abide by all other conditions of probation, Leonardo. Paul Baldomlero Romo3ggravated assault temporary and substantial disfigurement 3 yrs. in prison, .43 yrs. community supervision. Houghton. John Martin Srna. robbery, 1.5 yrs. In prison, $100 attorney fees, $170 restitution, Houghton. John Landers Stevens, Ist-degree burglary, two counts of kidnapping, two counts aggravated assault, 5 25 yrs. in prison, $500 to the Victims Fund, $1,000 restitution. Frank Dawiey. Brenda Salazar Teyechea, theft by conversion of property of less than $3,000. 4 weekends in jail, 3 yrs. probation, $140 attorney fees, $6,820 restitution, J. Richard Hannah. Ernesto Sytvsstsr Torres, theft by control and or by control of stolen property valued at $250 or more but less than $1,000, 3 mos. in fall, 3 yrs. intensive probation, abide by all terms and conditions of intensive probation supervision program, participate in any educational or vocational training, shall not consume any alcohol, shall take Antabuse M medically prescribed, participate in any substance abuse screening, counseling or treatment, shaH execute the written gang conditions of prooation, maintain full-time employment $ 150 attorney fees. Fahringer. Aurelio Vatenzueta, aggravated DUt while license is suspended or revoked, 4 mos. in prison, 4 yrs. probation, participate in and complete substance abuse counseling and treatment, shall submit to randomly administered drug and alcohol testing, driver's license is revoked for 3 yrs., maintain full-time employment 3 mos. electronic monitoring, Sabalos. Juantta Lopez Velasquez, fraudulent acts. 2 yrs. probation, $2,607 restitution, $100 to Victims Fund, 80 hrs. community service, participate in educational or vocational training, participate in any mental health screening or counseling, seek and maintain employment. Fahringer. Gregory Dale Wright armed robbery, 5 yrs. In prison, $100 restitution, Nichols. $1500 Says You'll like Our resorption HEALTH CARE Senior Plan" Your hearth partner. For life. FHP is a federally qualified HMO with a Medicare contract. Anyone with Medicare may applv Members must continue paying Medicare premiums. Members nh Medicare Pan B only must purchase Part A from Social Security or FHP. The suggested wholesale list price of prescriptions is what's deducted from the benefit and is available through FHP Pharmacy Administration You must use plan providers and contracted pharmacies. Ongoing prescriptions generally provide for a 30-day supply for each S7 copayment. The annual benefit limit for prescriptions is hied upon the average wholesale price of the drugs. Transient old cross 1995 The Phoenix Gazette PHOENIX - The doors at St. Mary's Basilica stand open in the mornings, welcoming worshipers and tourists inside the historic sanctuary. On Thursday, a thief passed through those doors - and left with a wooden crucifix that had been placed above the altar 80 years ago. "It is very upsetting to our people," Sister Virginia Hebbeler said. "It's just always hung there. It's something we can't hardly replace." A pair of crystal candle holders also were stolen from the church at 231 N. Third St. Police believe a transient may have taken the candlesticks and crucifix, which is valued at about $300 but considered priceless in the eyes of church members because of its historical significance. A man in his 30s carrying Kan. trucker who left his rig FLAGSTAFF (AP) - Authorities yesterday still were unable to determine what happened to a Kansas trucker who drove his produce-laden rig into a remote area and apparently abandoned it. Devin Williams, 28, of Amer-icus, Kan., was to have arrived in Kansas City early last Monday but was reported missing late that day after he failed to show up. Williams, who drove for Flint Hills Transportation of Emporia, Kan., was seen in Kingman on Name I I rao Pon Address City Telephone I suspected of stealing from Phoenix church what looked like a cross wrapped in a blanket was spotted by an officer who was leaving Municipal Court. At the time, the officer did not know about the theft. The original church was built in 1881, according to Hebbeler. Police believe a transient may have taken the candlesticks and crucifix, valued at $300, but considered priceless. The adobe structure later was torn down and a basement church was established in 1903. Then, in 1915, members built the existing church. The crucifix - which is 24 inches tall and decorated with gold leaf - has hung over the altar since the church opened. St. Mary's - known for its rich history downtown, its artwork and stained-glass windows - is Arizona's western edge earlier. He last checked in with his company on Saturday. The refrigerated truck, loaded with salad mix and strawberries, was found stuck in the mud in the Buck Springs area off Arizona Highway 87, about 45 miles southeast of Flagstaff, but there was no sign of Williams. The truck was towed to Flagstaff on Thursday. "I can't imagine why anyone would have driven there," said Sheriff s Detective Bruce Cornish. "It's such a remote area. It cer benefit With FHP's Senior Plan, you get all these benefits for no monthly premium beyond your normal Medicare payment. Learn more about our benefit package by calling 1-800-347-4968 Op 1497 today. Or complete and mail in the coupon below. FHP's Senior Plan. It's the plan you asked for. I LIKE WHAT I SEE. Send me more information about FHPs Senior Plan benefit package. Call me to schedule an in-home appointment with an FHP sales representative. (A sales representative Mail promptly to: FHP Marketing P.O. Box 52078 Phoenix, AZ 85072-2078 Attn: Stephanie Roper ' hmi-i "nmfrniTi ff-i -i tri Si- open to the public by 9 a.m. About 10:30 a.m. Thursday, a janitor discovered that the candle holders were missing. He also noticed that a side door to a small chapel, which is usually locked until noon Mass, was open. About 15 minutes before Mass was to begin, the Rev. Evan Howard discovered the crucifix was also missing. St. Mary's was the first church established by the Franciscans in Maricopa County. Next year, a celebration is planned to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Franciscans settling in the Valley. "It would be a tragedy to have that kind of celebration without the crucifix," said Margaret Mullen, executive director of the Downtown Phoenix Partnership, which is helping to publish a history of the church. "It's an important part of St. Mary's." is still missing tainly isn't a shortcut to Kansas City." Authorities said Williams was seen near his truck last Sunday by several campers. They told sheriffs deputies they asked Williams why he drove the truck into the area and that he pointed at the truck and said "I didn't do it, they did it." Then, he walked back to his truck, the family said. An ice chest, food and a sleeping bag had been left in the truck, authorities said. They said the load was intact. State Zip may call you.) iHi ftm ta frwnay'aTlii l flt lii iTr ftwf. )team'1iai"aii .'."'ii'iin

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