A Reno girl faces as much as 20 years in jail after she admitted Tuesday to trafficking in fentanyl
Prosecutors have agreed to cap their sentencing suggestion for Rebecca Dianne Frawley, 36, at eight years.
Frawley was pulled over on Aug. 26 after she was camped within the quick lane of Freeway 395 at 57 mph.
Throughout a visitors cease, Okay-9 Bane alerted on the Mercedes she was driving and deputies discovered the medicine.
After admitted the cost, Frawley was launched on her personal recognizance to take part in a remedy program.
“This drug will kill you,” District Decide Tod Younger stated. “There are a number of individuals who sat in that very same chair who’re lifeless of this drug.”
Legal professional Adam Spicer argued that Frawley has lived on the similar residents for 3 years and is a lifelong Northern Nevadan.
Trafficking in 100-400 grams of fentanyl carries a compulsory minimal two-year sentence and a most $100,000 effective.
Frawley is scheduled to be sentenced on March 22.
• An ex-felon who was arrested with a firearm in August 2020 was sentenced to 12-30 months in jail on Monday.
William Benton Hiser, 38, was ordered to serve that point consecutively with an analogous cost that he was convicted of in Modesto.
Hiser will get credit score for 86 days he served in custody.
Legal professional Brian Filter stated the California case was pending when Hiser was arrested in Douglas for driving underneath the affect of medicine and located in possession of three weapons.
As a convicted felon he’s not allowed to have firearms.
Along with his jail sentence, Hiser was ordered to pay $416.24 it price to retrieve him from California.
Hiser was convicted of two felonies in Arizona in 2004.
• A Reno man faces a compulsory jail sentence after he admitted to a subsequent felony DUI on Tuesday.
Shawn Nicholas Sulli, 34, is free pending a Feb. 1, 2022, sentencing date in Douglas County District Courtroom.
Sulli had a .19 blood alcohol content material when he was arrested on Might 1 after he was pulled over driving round Indian Hills after an altercation together with his girlfriend.
Deputies have been responding to a report of the couple arguing close to the Jacks Valley Goal. In keeping with courtroom paperwork she instructed deputies Sulli had been consuming at three separate bars at Lake Tahoe. She was getting out of the automobile as a result of he’d been consuming.
Prosecutors agreed to suggest a 2-5-year jail sentence in change for his responsible plea. He must serve 2 years at minimal, however the decide might give him as much as 15 years underneath state legislation. He should additionally pay a effective of $2,000-$5,000.
Sulli beforehand served a jail sentence associated to an Aug. 29, 2009, felony DUI arrest.
• A person who set three fires and was caught attempting to set a fourth admitted to a rely of third-degree arson on Tuesday.
Lee Alan Knapp, 40, faces 1-4 years in jail and a possible $5,000 effective in reference to an Oct. 21 hearth close to the Chili’s at Topsy Lane.
Knapp walked out of the Walmart with a bottle of lighter fluid and sprayed it on a sleeping bag within the landscaping on the restaurant.
He then went down the road setting different small fires and was attempting to set a automobile on hearth at Bodine’s when he was arrested.
In keeping with his legal professional the plea settlement will resolve prices out of Carson Metropolis.
• A person who tried to keep away from a warrant by giving a deputy a false ID is dealing with 1-5 years in jail.
Andrew David Stiefel, 47, had solely been out of jail for a couple of 12 months when he was arrested the morning of Nov. 11.
Stiefel admitted to a rely of utilizing the data of one other individual to keep away from prosecution.
Prosecutors agreed to suggest capping his sentence at 4 years.
Stiefel was convicted in 2019 of taking a pleasure trip in a snowplow in Carson Metropolis. He’s scheduled to be sentenced Feb 8, 2022.
• A person who admitted he was burglarizing a automobile parked alongside Freeway 50 at Lake Tahoe is scheduled to be sentenced on a motorized vehicle housebreaking cost on Feb. 1, 2022.
Nestor Kevin Tavares appeared in Douglas County District Courtroom on Tuesday the place he entered a responsible plea.
He was initially arrested Aug. 15, 2020, inside another person’s Subaru. A warrant was issued for his arrest for failing to seem in courtroom.
Tavares faces 1-4 years, however the prosecution isn’t opposing probation. He may even need to pay $705.20 in extradition prices to convey him again to Douglas.