According to state law, “fines, penalties, and license money shall be appropriated exclusively to the use and support of the common schools ... .” An exception is fines for overloaded vehicles. Seventy-five percent of those funds go to state highways; 25 percent go to the county general fund where the fine or penalty is paid. Fifty percent of money forfeited or seized in enforcing drug laws goes to counties for drug enforcement. Vehicles seized in drug law cases may be used by law enforcement agencies or sold with the proceeds going to schools.

Criminal Sentences

Isaac Mondragon, 35, Bellwood, no operator's license; $75 fine and court costs.

Juan Rodriguez-Cancio, 34, 4070 E. 26th St. #666, theft-deception $0-500, jail 21 days, restitution $1,000; Theft-shoplifting $0-500, jail 5 days with credit for 2 days, restitution of $82.98 served concurrently; and court costs.

Manuel Campuzano-Lopez, 42, 1872 39th Ave., acts declared unlawful-license/driving; $75 fine and court costs.

Angel Ortega-Orozco, 23, 1476 22nd Ave. #2, possession of marijuana one ounce or less, 1st; $300 fine and court costs.

Ana Ternus, 20, 119 S. Parkway, littering, 1st; $100 fine and court costs.

Brandon Wunderlich, 18, Humphrey, DUI .08 breath first; probation 6 months, revoke license 60 days, $500 fine, court costs.

Kenneth Inks, 21, 2169 44th Ave. #3, criminal trespassing, 1st degree, jail 60 days with credit for 39 days served; criminal mischief $0-500, jail 45 days, served concurrently, and court costs.

Patricia Morrison, 43, Rising City, no proof insurance; $50 fine and court costs.


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