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F ea, " ra - December 12, 201 2 VouR COM&IUNITV Page 7 J IUNIClpb, L COURT Nov. 15 Larry Lee Adams, no contest, failure to properly use seatbelt, fined $60. Steven Dale Allred, guilty by default, no insurance, fined $1,000; guilty by default, failure to carry proof of insurance, fined $1+000. Latricia Lea Barnes, no con- test, dangerous left turn with acci- dent, fined $260. William Timothy Bays, charge dismissed, failure to carry proof of insurance; no contest, driv- ing while suspended, fined $435; no contest, no insurance, fined $260. Donna Ashley Claxton, no contest, minor in possession of alco- hol, fined $295. Denise Ilene Condos, no con- test, operating a vehicle while using a cell phone, fined $60. Michael E. Dewar, guilty, third-degree criminal mischief, sen- tenced to five da)~s compensatory service, 12 months probation, no contact with city parks or Weddle Bridge, fined $460; charge dismissed, belt, fined $110. insurance. Fees imposed, fault, failure to properly use seatbelt, second-degree criminal mischief. Jacob William Jones, charges Tony Ray Picard, no con- fined $250. Eddie Franklin Edwards, no dismissed, no insurance and failure test, driving while suspended, fined Jimmy Allen Salmela, no contest, driving while suspended, to register vehicle. Fees imposed. $435: contest; open container of alcohol in fined $435; no contest, no insurance, Caitlyn Marie May, no con- Tyler Henry Presley, charges vehicle, fined $260. fined $260; no contest, failure to car- test, failure to properly use seatbelt, dismissed, failure to carry registra- Gary Hankins Sparhawk, ry proof of insurance, fined $260. fined $110. tion card; careless driving; fhilure to guilty by default, driving while sus- Daniel Keith Follett, guilty, Jeannie L. Miner, no contest, stop when emerging from an alley, pended, fined $2,000. possession of less than an ounce of disobeying traffic control device, driveway or building, failure to sig- Eric Edwin Steinborn, .no marijuana, fined $595. fined $260. nal a turn; failure to signal a turn; and contest, 30 days in jail suspended, 24 George Burton Green, no Samuel John Nies, no con- improper left turn. months probation, fined $395. contest, failure to properly use seat- test, speeding, 11-20 over limit, fined James Allen Reed, guilty, Joni Dawn Tilson, no contest, belt, fined $60. $110. open container in vehicle as a pas- no insurance, fined $520; no contest, Alysha Jean Hendricks, no Natasha Karynn Nix, chargesenger, fined $260. failure to carry proof of insurance, contest, speeding, 21-30 mph over dismissed, failure to carry proof of Timothy Ray Reynolds, no fined $520. limit, in a construction or school insurance, contest, second-degree disorderly Tcheche Yvet Trochie, guilty zone, fined $270. Karolyn Elaine Oligney, noconduct, sentenced to 90 days in jail by default, failure to renew registra- Kenneth Terrelle Hicks, no contest, speeding, 21-30 mph over suspended, 24 months probation, tion, fined $250. contest, operating a vehicle while us- limit, in construction or school zone, three days compensatory service, Jordan Elizabeth Tyrholm, ing a cell phone, fined $110. fined $130. fined $395; charge dismissed, sec- charge dismissed, failure to change Kevin J. Holtsclaw, guilty, Roxanne Olicia Ortiz, no con- dud-degree disorderly conduct, name or address on registration; third-degree theft, sentenced to 30 test, driving while suspended, fined Charles John Rice, guilty,charge dismissed, failure to carry days in jail suspended, 24 months $4,35; no contest, no insurance, fined 'misdemeanor driving while suspend- proof of insurance. Fees imposed. probation, seven days compensatory $260; no contest, disobeying traffic ed, sentenced to 24 months proba- James R. Warrington, no con: service, fined $295. control device, fined $260. tion, 10 days compensatory service, test, third-degree theft, sentenced to Patrick Lee Horn Jr., guilty Laura Mad Petersen, chargefined $1,160. 10 days compensatory service, fined by default, speeding,.11-20 mph over dismissed, disobeying traffic control Theodore Rynveld Jr., guilty $275.45. limit, fined $500. device, by default, driving while suspended, Kimberly Tai wisel no con- Otoniel Armando Ibarra, no Lacey Marie Peterson, charge fined $2,000; guilty by default, no in- test, failure to properly use seatbelt, contest, failure to properly use seat- dismissed, failure to carry proof of surance, fined $1,000; guilty by de- fined $110. From page 1 --,- i,- --,- i- --,--,- --,- i- -,- Gray said. "You hve a lot of people Come in and just say, 'Put it on my ISI P__.AKPAST SPECIAL! tab.'They just can't pay it.'! 1 e~ff, I piece bacon or sausage, ,,.Jr, :'-,- t.-qo V Some of the outstanding fines has 'browns ancll slice.of toast / will never be collected, for a vari- Mort.-Frl. 7am-lOam ONtY ~l.py etyfreasns'Graysaid"iSmef ~ P/Fe~ ck ~~Lg~:~ .... .... ' them, they 11 have to let go. A " " "' Around three-fifths to two- Lmm ."a3a0 m thirds of Municipal Court fines are paid without going to collections, C A F E 1333 Main Street, Sweet Home - 541.367.0433 Gray said. This year, about 62 per- cent have paid their fines, while last year it was about 67 percent. The city will have another ave- nue to collect fines beginning in the 2.013 tax season, Gray said. That will be the first time the city is able to col- lect fines from state tax refunds. The city also is changing the way it collects fines, Gray said. Jan. 2, the city will begin using nCourt to take electronic payments, saving the city merchant fees for accepting debit and credit cards. The nCourt service will directly charge the per- son making the payment. The payments may be made by calling an 800 number and a pay- ment station will be installed in the lobby of the Municipal Court, Gray said. The system is already in use by nearby courts, including Brownsville and Lebanon. The court will continue to ac- cept cash payments, she said. In the first four months of the fiscal year 2012-13; July through THURSDAYS. Expires 12/19/12 October, the city received $61,000 in r payments along with another $7,300 for the state. A portion of each fine ] is sent to the state, based .on the type of violation. This year the state's ] cut was about 9.3 percent of the to- tal collected. The city also collected [ ,, ............................................................ ,. with any $20 gift card purchase Sweet Home (541) 367-5353. 1323 Main Street I Good at any Figaro's- Expiration 12/21/1 FIGARO'S Limit 3. Void with other offers. ', Valid at participating locations 0nly. i ~.. ............................................................ ,,i i i i i n i n i i n m i m m m , HAMBURGER OR ' CHEESEBURGER | m BUY ONE REGULAR HAMBURGER OR i i i i i i i i m m m i i NO SUBSTImnONS Wire COUmN I EXeIRes 12/30/12 m .... m i m another $26,000 from the collections service, i i In the same period of 2011, the city received $67,000, with another I ' M R . k U C K Y ' S I S D E L I C I O U S & L O T T O F O N I $12,000 sent to the state, aboutVper- L 1207 LONG STREET 541-367-3040 -I cent of the total collected. The city F .. nm mmm .... l m i i l mINm ~#, tions service.received $26,000 from the collec- ............ 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