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Judge Ross hears 45-person traffic docket
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A 45-person docket was heard Thursday by Judge Larry Ross in General Sessions Traffic Court. Included in court action:• Luther George was directed to serve 30 days of an 11-29 sentence, pay $1,461, perform 24 hours public service work and lose his driver license for one year for DUI, driving on a suspended license and violation of probation.• Christopher Jones was instructed to serve 30 days of a six-month sentence, pay $352 and lose his driver license for one year for driving on a revoked license and violation of probation.• Julio Gomez Reyes was ordered to serve four days of an 11-29 sentence, pay $1,461, perform 24 hours public service work and lose his driver license for one year for DUI and second-offense driving on a suspended license.• Brandon Martin was directed to serve 10 days of an 11-29 sentence, pay $352 and lose his driver license for one year for driving on a suspended license.• R.D. Martin was bound to the grand jury on charges of evading arrest, driving on a suspended license, possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia.• Jeremy Mayfield must serve 48 hours and pay $424 for driving without a license.• Ulises Huerta must serve 48 hours and pay $252 for driving without a license.• Joshua Basham was granted an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $1,103 for simple possession of marijuana and driving without a license.• Nikesha Cooper, Nicole Salazar, Brenda Sifuentes, Shanna Hammock, Lucas Crawford and Vladimir Godinez must pay $152 for driving without a driver license.• Anthony Russell was given an 11-29 sentence but released on time served and must pay $406 for possession of drug paraphernalia.• Victor Reyes Gonzales must pay $281 for public intoxication.• Samuel Sliger must pay $182 for reckless driving.• Johnny Walker must serve the balance of his sentence for violation of probation.The other cases heard by Judge Ross were either dismissed or postponed to a later date.ClarificationRoberto Hernandez, who was convicted of DUI, is not the Robert Hernandez Mota who works with McMinnville Manufacturing and lives on Spring Street.