On October 14, 2013, Deante Cole came before the court and entered a plea to the
offense of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, as alleged in count I of
the trial information, in violation of Iowa Code Sections 124.401(1)(d), a class
d felony without the firearm enhancement. The defendant waived time and notice and
requested immediate sentencing. He was sentenced to prison for five years. The defendant
was on probation in FE262486 when he picked up the new charge in FE267961. The defendants
deferred judgment in FE262486 was revoked and the original 10 year prison sentence
was imposed. The two sentences were run consecutive to each other for a total period
of incarceration not to exceed 15 years. This case was prosecuted by the Polk County
Attorney’s Office Drug and Gang Bureau.
On September 23, 2013, Angelina Mosqueda came before the court and entered a guilty
plea to the offense of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver-marijuana,
as alleged in count II of the trial information, in violation of Iowa Code Sections
124.401(1)(d), a class d felony. On October 14, 2013, she came before the court
for sentencing and received a deferred judgment and probation. This case was prosecuted
by the Polk County Attorney’s Office Drug and Gang Bureau.
Justin Paul Shaw pled guilty to two counts of Theft 4th Degree in FE265499 and FE265496.
He was granted a suspended sentence and will be on probation for two (2) years.
Shawn Schooler was found to have violated the terms and conditions of his probation
by being unsuccessfully discharged from the Salvation Army program in FE227435.
After hearing the evidence, the Court sentenced him to the original term of prison,
not to exceed twenty-five years.
Maroby Gonzalez Gutierrez pled guilty in FECR268910 to the charges of Felon in Possession
of a Firearm and possession of two controlled substances, marijuana and methamphetamine.
He was sentenced to prison for seven years. He also stipulated he violated the terms
and conditions of his probation in FE263565 and was sentenced to prison for five
years. Those matters will be served consecutively to each other for a total period
of incarceration not to exceed twelve years.
Cheyenne Adams pled guilty to Theft 2nd Degree. She admitted she stole items from
Gymboree totaling nearly $5000 while she was an employee there. She will be sentenced
on November 25.
Raymond Clayborne, Sr. pled guilty to Fraudulent Practice 3rd Degree, as a lesser
included offense pursuant to North Carolina v. Alford. This plea allows the Defendant
to take advantage of a plea agreement, in which he receives a benefit, without having
to admit actual guilt. He stipulated the Minutes of Testimony would support a finding
of guilty. He was granted a Deferred Judgment. Mr. Clayborne was fraudulently receiving
in home health services. As a result of his plea, he will not longer, now or in
the future, be eligible to receive the government benefits of CDAC services.
Melissa Havens pled guilty in FECR268038 to the charge of Burglary 3rd Degree. She
admitted she broke into a home in which she was not entitled with the intent to
commit a theft. She will remain in jail pending sentence on November 25.
Andreas Tinajero Jr. pled guilty to Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree in FE266285 for
driving into a guard rail and causing damage in excess of $500. He was granted a
2 year suspended sentence and placed on probation for 1 year. He will remain in
jail pending resolution of a charge of Stalking.
Elbert James Stokes, Jr. pled guilty to one count of Burglary 3rd Degree, admitting
he broke into a business with the intent to steal from the property in FE266110.
He also stipulated that commission of such a crime is a violation of his probation.
He will be sentenced in both matters on December 2.