Judge Lou Mallion
Paraphernalia — Luis Carlos; Defendant is fined $29.
Paraphernalia — Alfredo Lopez; Defendant is fined $29.
Paraphernalia — Brandon I. Patterson; Defendant is fined $29.
Marijuana — Tommy Saenz; Defendant is sentenced to 90 days in jail, fined $324.
Shoplifting — James Wooddell; Defendant is fined $29.
Disorderly conduct — Bryan Haney; Defendant is fined $129.
Violated house arrest — Joseph Stone; Defendant returned to jail for 63 days.
Paraphernalia — Nicholas Gonzales; Defendant is sentenced to 90 days in jail, fined $229.
Failure to pay — Ray Velasco; Defendant to reset payment plan.
Failure to pay — Joe Contreas; Defendant to reset payment plan.
Failure to pay — Larry Sinclair; Defendant to reset payment plan.
Failure to pay — Wendy Artiaga; Defendant to reset payment plan.
Failure to pay, failure to appear on arraignment — Joe Gomez; Defendant to reset payment plan.
Paraphernalia — Juan Elizalde; Defendant is sentenced to one day in jail, fined $229.
Shoplifting — Roman Reyes; Defendant is fined $280.
Failure to pay, failure to appear — Camilla Samario; Defendant has new payment plan.
Shoplifting — William Bellande; Defendant is on house arrest.
Failure to pay, failure to appear — Charles T. Hopkins; New payment plan.
Failure to pay, failure to appear on community service — Jonathon Young; New payment plan.
Failure to comply, failure to appear, failure to pay — Rachel Flores; New payment plan.
Failure to pay — Demitrike Davis; New payment plan.
Failure to appear, failure to pay — Melissa Morales; New payment plan.
Possession of drug paraphernalia — Samuel Baca; Defendant is fined $129.
Public nuisance — Derald Helms; Defendant is sentenced to four days in jail.
Failure to comply, failure to pay — Arturo Urias; New payment plan.
Failure to appear, failure to pay — Theresa Garcia; New payment plan.
Shoplifting — David Wilkins; Defendant is fined $204.
Criminal trespassing — Christina Davalos; Defendant is fined $29.
Failure to appear — Sammy Ortega; Dismissed.
Failure to comply, failure to pay — Margaret Briggs; New payment plan.
Probation violation — Ricardo Sanchez; Defendant must attend anger management.
Obstructing an officer — Amanda Garcia; Defendant is sentenced to 90 days in jail, fined $179.
Public nuisance — Anthony Lucero; Defendant will perform five days of community service, fined $129.
Failure to pay — Jeramiah Salyards; New payment plan.
Failure to pay — Vickie Clark; New payment plan.
Failure to pay, failure to comply — Gabriel Gomez; New payment plan.
Beth Ann Hunt vs. Richard Hunt
Krista C. Riley vs. Robert J. Riley
Billie Brooke Linthicum vs. Brandon S. Linthicum
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The Patriots haven’t called any QB’s name in the postseason other than Brady’s since the 1990s.
He also fully expects to see Brady on the field Sunday.
“I’ve always been a big fan of Izzo,” Rodriguez said.
Indiana: hosts Maryland on Monday.
Michigan State: vs. Illinois on Monday.
Sounds utterly far-fetched for America’s tried-and-true pastime in the 21st century, right?
“Let the guy run out,” Longoria said Friday.
On Thursday, the players’ association rejected Major League Baseball’s pace-of-game proposal.
Baseball has become quite a long night — or day.
The body of the two-time Cy Young Award winner was found in the wreckage.
It was the third time in just over a year that Dortmund dropped the player for disciplinary reasons.
Dortmund pushed hard for a winner but Hertha held on.
“It’s like a dome out here,” Landry said.
Rahm likened the Stadium to alma mater Arizona State’s Dye-designed Karsten course.
“A couple of those bad swings cost me,” Rahm said.
He has played the par 5s in 9 under with an eagle and seven birdies.
Time to put on a show.
The youngest player in the tournament and the oldest player in the men’s draw went out on Day 5.
Wiley was visiting Hawaii to investigate why the mistaken alert was sent.
The initial warning was sent at 8:07 a.m. and the correction reached cellphones at 8:45.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Las Vegas gunman meticulously planned the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, researching SWAT tactics, renting other hotel rooms overlooking outdoor concerts and investigating potential targets in at least four cities, authorities said Friday.
But almost four months after Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and wounded more than 800 others with a barrage of bullets from the Mandalay Bay casino-hotel, investigators still have not answered the key question: Why did he do it?
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo released a preliminary report on the Oct. 1 attack and said he did not expect criminal charges to be filed against Paddock’s girlfriend, Marilou Danley, who had been called the only person of interest in the case. Investigators believe Paddock acted alone, and he did not leave a suicide note or manifesto.
Paddock, who killed himself before police reached him, told friends and relatives that he always felt ill, in pain and fatigued, authorities said.
His doctor thought he may have had bipolar disorder but told police that Paddock refused to discuss the possibility, the report said. The doctor offered him antidepressants, but Paddock accepted only a prescription for anxiety medication. He was fearful of medication and often refused to take it, the doctor told investigators.
During an interview with authorities, Paddock’s girlfriend said he had become “distant” in the year before the shooting and their relationship was no longer intimate.
When they stayed at the Mandalay Bay together in September 2017, Paddock acted strangely, she told investigators. She remembered him constantly looking out the windows overlooking an area where the concert would be held the next month. He moved from window to window to see the site from different angles, the report said.
She described him as “germaphobic” and said he had strong reactions to smells.
The 64-year-old retired accountant was a high-stakes gambler and real estate investor. He had lost a “significant amount of wealth” since September 2015, which led to “bouts of depression,” the sheriff has said. But Paddock had paid off his gambling debts before the shooting, according to the report.
Prior to the attack, Paddock’s online searches included research into SWAT tactics and consideration of other potential public targets, including in Chicago, Boston and Santa Monica, California, the sheriff said.
His research also sought the number of attendees at other concerts in Las Vegas and the size of the crowds at Santa Monica’s beach. Among his searches was “do police use explosives,” the report said.
Four laptops and three cellphones were found inside his hotel suite. On one of the computers, investigators found hundreds of photos of child pornography.
The same computer was used to search for the height of the Mandalay Bay, how to remove hard drives from laptops, the location of gun shows in Nevada and information about several other Las Vegas casinos.
Paddock’s brother, Daniel Paddock, was arrested in Los Angeles in October in an unrelated child pornography investigation. He has pleaded not guilty.
Authorities have said they found no link between the attack and international terrorism.
Paddock fired more than 1,100 bullets, mostly from two windows on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel, into a crowd of 22,000 people attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival music below, Lombardo has said.
That includes about 200 shots fired through his hotel room door into a hallway where an unarmed hotel security guard was wounded in the leg and a maintenance engineer took cover.
Several bullets hit fuel storage tanks at nearby McCarran International Airport that did not explode. Authorities reported finding about 4,000 unused bullets in Paddock’s two-room suite, including incendiary rounds that Lombardo said were not used.
Investigators found 23 guns in the rooms, including 12 rifles fitted with “bump stock” devices that allowed rapid-fire shooting similar to fully automatic weapons. Dozens of guns were strewn around the room, some left inside a bassinet. Police also found a blue plastic hose with a fan on one end and a snorkel mouthpiece on the other end inside the room.
A federal grand jury is hearing evidence in a case that spun off from the shooting investigation. The FBI has “an ongoing case against an individual of federal interest,” Lombardo said, declining to elaborate.
Spokeswomen for the FBI and federal prosecutors in Las Vegas declined to comment.
Danley was in the Philippines at the time of the shooting. In the days before the attack, Paddock sent her a $100,000 wire transfer. She has said she found that odd and thought he might have been breaking up with her when he sent her the money and told her to use it to buy a home for her family there.
During an interview with the FBI after she returned from the Philippines, Danley volunteered that investigators would find her fingerprints on bullets used during the attack because she would sometimes help Paddock load high-volume ammunition magazines, according to FBI warrant documents.