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41B Wednesday, April 30,2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Criminal justice system continues to feel AB 109 impact Thank you for your Almanor, was convicted ofChalfant Valley, of being under the influence of jewelry stolen in a series of continued service to, and felony driving under the misdemeanor driving undermethamphetamine. Quincy burglaries this support of, public safety in influence causing injury,the influence. , past winter. Plumas County. Now, more Forrester is scheduled to be The case stemmed from an People v. Michael Harlan is scheduled to be than ever, it is crucial we sentenced June 13. incident occurring Sept. 9, Lamount Edmonds sentenced April 29, when it continue to receive support Forrester was initially 2013, when a concerned On April 25, Michael is expected he will receive a from our local leaders toCRIMINAL CASE UPDATE stopped for a traffic violation citizen called 911 after she Lamount Edmonds, 36, wassentence of two years in assure public safety is staffed DAVID HOLLISTER when he attempted to flee in saw Whaley weaving on thesentenced to four years in county jail. at a level sufficient to meet District Attorney his vehicle. During his flight roadway as he drove his state prison. the needs and expectations of one of the responding officers pickup truck on Highway 70 Previously, on March 21,People v. Stephen Root those living in, working in and drug department, was injured while trying to between Portola and Maybe. Edmonds was convicted ofOn April 18, Stephen Root, and visiting Plumas County. probation department andturn Forrester's vehicle off. CHP Officer Jeff Rood being a felon in possession of age 39, of Greenville, was It has become readily other agencies, we are seeing Forrester was apprehendedresponded, and after a firearm and suffering that sentenced to two years in apparent Sacramento's daily successes, after a vehicle chase with conducting an investigation, conviction while out of state prison following his public safety realignment speeds reaching 90 mph and a determined Whaley had been custody pending sentencing March 21 conviction for a (Assembly Bill 109) has Below, please find a subsequent foot chase, driving under the influence on another case. felony violation of assault deeply impacted our county's sampling of some of our and driving with a blood . Edmonds was most with force likely to commit criminal justice system. This recent cases. People v. Chad Terp alcohol level of 0.08 percent recently arrested Feb. 21, great bodily injury. impact is seen in both On April 11, Chad Williamor higher. Whaley was when rifles were found in his Root was arrested March 1 arrested and charged possession during a search misdemeanor and felony People v. Robert MartinezTerp, 34, of Rio Vista, was after he got into an argument cases and at our local jail, On March 28, Martinez, 54, accordingly, to assure he was complying sentenced to two years in with a Greenville man. The which has now become a of Portola, was convicted of a county jail following his Feb. with the terms of his release, argument escalated and Root "felony jail" with far more in felony violation of furnishing 7 conviction for auto theft People v. James Judlin At the time Edmonds was punched the man, knocking common with a state prison methamphetamine. Martinezwith a prior conviction for On April 25, James Walter out of custody and awaiting him unconscious. than most of us would like. also admitted he had the same. Judlin III, 32, of Chester, was sentencing following a With this changed Previously suffered a prior Terp was arrested sentenced to six years andconviction for possessing a Cases of interest landscape it is imperative we conviction for a similar following an incident ineight months in prison, firearm while being underThere are a number of find a process to relieve the offense, which he was hitchhiking in Judlin had previously beenthe influence of upcoming cases of interest. stress on our criminal justice Martinez, who remains in the Greenville area when he convicted Feb. 28 of methamphetamine. Some include People v. system and correctional custody, was ordered to was given a ride by the possessing Da- .id Hall (domestic facility by providing a means return to court May 9, when victim. The victim ended up methamphetamine for sale. It People v. William Harlan violence with great bodily to rehabilitate those it is expected he will receive allowing Terp to spend the was also found Judlin was on On April 25, William injury), May 19 jury trial; committing low-level, a sentence of five years in night at the victim's ball on another case when he James Harlan, 30, of Quincy, People v. Leanna Moore nonviolent crimes. The safety county jail. committed this offense andwas convicted of possessing (Indian Valley Community of our citizens and theirMartinez was contacted atresidence. Terp responded by stealing had suffered a prior prison alcohol while in a Services District property depends on the his apartment where seventhe victim's wallet, chainsaw conviction, correctional facility, embezzlement), June 18 success of this type of focused Small bags of and pickup truck. The truck Judlin was arrested During a cell search preliminary examination; approach, methamphetamine were and defendant were - following the service of a Harlan was found to be inand People v. Kenneth Thankfully, our located. Martinez later subsequently apprehended in search warrant at his storage possession of alcohol made Stringfellow (homicide Alternative Sentencing admitted he was involved in Solano County. unit in Chester. During the from fermenting fruit and a case), continued at the Program, and the Day the sales of search, chemicals and sharpened spring request of the defense Reporting Center it manages, methamphe[amine to support equipment to make , (commonly known as attorney to June 20 for is meeting this demand. With his addiction. , People v. Raymond methamphetamine were "prune" and a shank, arraignment on the tremendous effort and Whaley discovered, respectively), information following the cooperation from the court, People v. Keith ForresterOn March 28, a Plumas At the time, Judlin was Harlan was in custody defendant being bound over our sheriffs office, On April 4, Keith County jury convicted awaiting sentence for awaiting sentencing for for trial at a Feb. 13 correctional facility, alcohol Forrester, 49, of Lake Raymond Whaley, 62, of possessing a firearm while possession of a guitar and preliminary hearing. ing Caltrans is asking cities and system is about more than just announced represents three counties throughout California highw@s," said Caltrans years of funding. to submit applications for Director Malcolm Dougherty. Last year, Gov. Brown projects that promote biking "Active transportation signed legislation (Senate Bill and walking that will vie for a projects are a good investment 99, Chapter 359 and Assembly share Of $360 million in federal and will help achieve mobility, Bill 101, Chapter 354) creating and state funding from the safety and greenhouse gasthe ATP, which distributes state's new Active reduction goals for California." funding for human-powered Transportation Program -- the The program will receive transportation projects and nation's largest, about $120 million annually, so programs. 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