Criminal Convictions

Jesse Campos, 36, of Crescent City was convicted of misdemeanor violating probation, sentenced to jail for 180 days and a fine of $150.

Shane Michael Cordoza, 48, of Crescent City was convicted of first-degree burglary, sentenced to prison for two years and a fine of $1,231.

Daniel Crozier, 36, of Crescent City was convicted of misdemeanor battery on a non-cohabiting spouse, sentenced to jail for 30 days, probation for three years and a fine of $920.

Jordan Mychal Dutton, 27, of Smith River was convicted of misdemeanor driving without a license, sentenced to probation for three years and a fine of $634.

Anthony Timothy Hamlet, 33, of Escondido was convicted of misdemeanor violating probation and sentenced to jail for 30 days.

Jordan Matthew Harris, 35, of Grants Pass was convicted of misdemeanor driving under the influence of an intoxicant, sentenced to jail for two days, probation for three years and a fine of $1,864.

Daniel Joe Simpson, 25, of Smith River was convicted of misdemeanor driving on a suspended license with no insurance, sentenced to jail for 60 days and a fine of $1,336. Simpson also was convicted of three counts of violating probation and sentenced to jail for 60 days and two additional five-day jail sentences.

Travis Leland Springer, 44, of Crescent City was convicted of continued sexual abuse of a child, sentenced to prison for 12 years and a fine of $5,700.

Michael Jason Vaughan, 44, of Weaverville was convicted of misdemeanor driving under the influence of an intoxicant with a prior conviction, sentenced to jail for 90 days and a fine of $2,602.

James Robert Walker, 50, of Bridgeville was convicted of fleeing an officer/reckless driving with a special allegation, driving under the influence of an intoxicant, and possessing a controlled substance, sentenced to prison for six years and a fine of $4,610.

Walter James Wheaton, 29, of Crescent City was convicted of two counts of assault with a deadly weapon and one count of bringing contraband into the jail, sentenced to prison for two years and a fine of $1,740.

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