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DA’s Report

• Abel Dominguez-Rivera was charged on Aug. 30 with unlawful use of a controlled substance.

• Jeffrey Scott Stevens was charged on Aug. 30 with domestic battery (strangulation), child abuse and neglect and assault with a deadly weapon.

• Christopher Bryan Guoin was charged on Aug. 30 with trafficking in a schedule I controlled substance.

• Jonathon Ross Moncada was charged on Aug. 30 with possession of a controlled substance.

• Van Dorn Schmoll was charged on Aug. 30 with driving under the influence of alcohol.

• Donnie Lee Hamilton was charged on Aug. 28 with statutory sexual seduction.

• Jeni Lee Bright was charged on Aug. 30 with unlawful use of a controlled substance.

• Brian Douglas Johnstone was charged Aug. 29 with domestic battery.

• Tina Louise Banks was charged Sept. 3 with domestic battery.

• Gregory Lawrence Guzman was charged on Sept. 9 with driving under the influence, third offense.

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