Court Roundup for Aug. 21-25
Madras woman pleads not guilty to conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine
Felicia Cassandra Castro, 34, of Madras, pleaded not guilty to two counts of conspiracy to deliver a substantial quantity of methamphetamine for payment Friday, Aug. 28, in Jefferson County Circuit Court.
The indictment against her, brought by the grand jury, accuses Castro of agreeing with Carlos Salgado and Carmen Burgoso-Barona, also known as Carmen Salgado, to deliver more than 100 grams of a mixture containing methamphetamine between June 25 and June 30. It also alleges that she again conspired with Carlos Salgado to deliver more than 10 grams of a mixture containing methamphetamine on July 1.
As of Sunday, Aug. 30, Castro was being held in the Jefferson County Correctional Facility on $150,000 security.
Madras man pleads not guilty to multiple charges in domestic violence case
Randall Curtis Wallulatum, 32, of Madras, pleaded not guilty to seven charges in Jefferson County Circuit Court Friday, Aug. 28.
Wallulatum is accused of attempted second-degree assault, two counts of unlawful use of a weapon, two counts of fourth-degree assault constituting domestic violence, and two counts of harassment.
Details are being withheld to protect the alleged victims.
As of Sunday, Aug. 30, Wallulatum was being held in the Jefferson County Correctional Facility on $45,000 security.
Madras man pleads to guilty to threatning woman with firearm
Branden Ortiz, 26, of Madras, pleaded not guilty to unlawful use of a weapon and menacing Wednesday, Aug. 26, in Jefferson County Circuit Court.
Ortiz is accused of attempting to use a firearm against a woman and putting her in fear of physical injury.
As of Sunday, Aug. 30, he was being held in the Jefferson County Correctional Facility on $50,000 security.
Madras man sentenced in robbery case
Peter Franz Paffen, 43, of Madras, pleaded guilty to third-degree robbery and second-degree theft in Jefferson County Circuit Court Monday, Aug. 24.
A count of third-degree theft was merged with the robbery charge.
Paffen was sentenced to 123 days in the Jefferson County Correctional Facility and 24 months of supervised probation. He was also ordered to pay $29.97 in restitution.
He was accused of stealing more than $100 worth of property from a local store on March 30 and using or threatening the use of force in the process.
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