Five people were sentenced in Montezuma County Court before Judge JenniLynn Lawrence last week.
On Monday, Brett Robsion and Herbert Cayatineto were granted deferred sentencing judgments in connection with third-degree assault offenses. They will be required to serve 12 months of probation.
On Tuesday, Flodina Gallegos was handed a 10-day jail sentence in connection with a first DUI offense. She also will be required to complete 48 hours of public service and pay a $300 fine.
Lakota Rabbit was granted a deferred judgment in connection with a first DUI offense. She will be required to serve 12 months of probation and complete 48 hours of public service.
Also Tuesday, Raynell Paredes was ordered to pay a $750 fine and $1,089 in restitution in connection with dog running at large and ownership of a dangerous dog offenses. Paredes’ dog injured a neighbor’s dog, according to prosecutors.
Lawrence also told Paredes that she would have to comply with a strict set of requirements in order to keep the dog, a brown pit bull. Paredes could choose to comply with the requirements or put the dog down, Lawrence said.
Paredes will have to confine the dog at all times, and the dog must be on a leash and muzzled when it is not being confined. Paredes must also have a microchip implanted in the dog designating it as a dangerous animal, and she must put up a sign on her property disclosing that the dog has been designated dangerous, Lawrence said.