On the Books

2010-08-07T00:00:00Z On the Books Montana Standard
August 07, 2010 12:00 am

BUTTE JUSTICE COURT

  • Yancy Newbold, 42, of 3300 Kennedy, pleaded guilty July 28 to his third driving under the influence offense and for having an open container in the vehicle. He was fined $1,185.
  • Cameron Carpenter, 19, of Great Falls, and Carolina Bara, 19, of 2620 Stuart, both recently pleaded guilty to being a minor in possession. Both people were fined $185.

BUTTE CITY COURTS MISCELLANEOUS FINES

  • Markus Abad, 38, of 3218 Evans, pleaded guilty July 28 to criminal trespass to property, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, and was fined $1,295. According to court documents, Abad unlawfully entered the property of the Public Housing Authority, was challenging others to fight, and threatened to use physical force against peace officers.
  • Wayne Baltezar, 46, of 1246 Short, pleaded guilty July 22 to misdemeanor theft and forgery and was fined $1,110. According to court documents, Baltezar took checks belonging to another individual and wrote on them.
  • Roy Stauss, 53, of 235 S. Dakota, pleaded guilty July 26 to criminal possession of dangerous drugs (marijuana) and criminal possession of drug paraphernalia (glass pipe) and was fined $1,110. Stauss also received a five-day jail sentence.
  • Jacob Frye, 22, of 812 Waukesha, pleaded guilty July 27 to misdemeanor assault and was fined $555. According to court documents, Frey caused bodily injury to another individual.
  • Barbara Emanuel, 49, of 530 S. Colorado, pleaded guilty July 22 to driving with a suspended driver's license and was fined $530. Emanuel also received a two-day jail sentence.
  • Brenda King, 46, of 3901 Dexter, pleaded guilty July 22 to criminal mischief and was fined $555. According to court documents, King broke a bathroom window not her own. She must also make restitution.
  • Joshua LaFournaise, 20, homeless, pleaded guilty July 26 to misdemeanor theft and was fined $555. According to court documents, LaFournaise took Mike's Hard Lemonade from Albertsons.

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

  • Four people were recently fined for driving under the influence. All offenders must attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • Vernon Valdez, 20, of 1929 Thornton, pleaded guilty to his second offense and was fined $885. He was also fined $130 for failure to immediately stop at a property accident damage scene and must have an interlock system placed in his vehicle.
  • Travis Raiha, 20, of 735 11th St., pleaded guilty July 22 and was fined $685. He also was fined $80 for careless driving.
  • Charles Parks, 30, of 3130 Floral Blvd., pleaded guilty July 22 and was fined $685.
  • Ryan Stosich, 31, of 317 Granite Mountain Road, pleaded guilty July 23 to a DUI per se, and was fined $685.

CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

  • Laura Ison, 43, of 134 W. Broadway, pleaded guilty July 21 to having a pipe in her possession and was fined $555.
  • Michael Murberger, 44, of 501 W. Granite, pleaded guilty July 23 to having a pipe in his possession and was fined $555.

 

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  1. silver_bowtie
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    silver_bowtie - August 07, 2010 11:35 am
    Montana Standard wrote:
    "•Joshua LaFournaise, 20, homeless, pleaded guilty July 26 to misdemeanor theft and was fined $555. According to court documents, LaFournaise took Mike's Hard Lemonade from Albertsons."

    Did Mike get his hard lemonade back? Was Mike upset? Was Mike injured in the scuffle? Inquiring Butte Rats want to know! We want an investigation!
  2. darkwinter
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    darkwinter - August 07, 2010 10:32 am
    How come it seems that I see Jacob Frye's name close to once a week?

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