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Sentencings

Sentencings from the Yavapai County Superior Court:

• Nathaniel D. Cron, 28, will spend one year in the Arizona Department of Corrections (DOC) after a judge revoked his probation. He will get credit for the 278 days he served in jail. He was convicted of solicitation to commit burglary.

• Paul Joseph Simpson, 35, will spend a year in the DOC followed by a four-year term of probation after a judge revoked his probation. He was convicted of aggravated driving under the influence with a minor in a vehicle and aggravated assault.

• Victor Clinton Egbert, 20, convicted of residential burglary and theft and criminal trespass in the first degree, will spend seven years in the DOC. He will get credit for the 318 days he served in jail.

• Michael Aaron Bartic, 33, convicted of attempted transportation of marijuana for sale and possession of drug paraphernalia, will spend 2.5 years in the DOC.

• Eric Everett Dale Johnson, 21, will spend 1.5 years in the DOC after a judge revoked his probation. He will get credit for the 132 days he has served in jail. Johnson was convicted of theft.

• Torrey Jared Miller, 21, will spend five years in the DOC after a judge revoked his probation. He was convicted of criminal simulation.

• Shelly Marie Myers, 20, will spend 1.5 years in the DOC after a judge revoked her probation. She will receive credit for the 128 days she served in jail. She was convicted of robbery and possession of marijuana.

• Michael Wade Arnold, 41, will spend 2.5 years in the DOC after a judge revoked his probation. He was convicted on multiple charges including possession of dangerous drugs, criminal impersonation and possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful use of means of transportation and failure to appear.

• Juan Rafael Bautista-Loza, 30, will spend five years in the DOC after being convicted of possession of dangerous drugs for sale.

• Samuel Hayze Castillo, 28, will spend 3.5 years in the DOC after being convicted of disorderly conduct and possession of drug paraphernalia and other charges stemming from two Maricopa County cases. He will get credit for the 89 days he has served.

• John Dwight Painter, 35, will spend 1.5 years in the DOC, and will get credit for the 108 days he served in jail. He also will serve four years of intensive probation after the prison term. He was convicted of possession of dangerous drugs and resisting arrest.

• Stacy Marie Goulet, 43, will spend six months in the DOC after being convicted of possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Buff Alex Edwards II, 22, will spend 1.5 years in the DOC after being convicted of sexual conduct with a minor.

• Paul Oram Robichaux, 42, will spend 1.5 years in the DOC, but will get credit for the 76 days he served in jail. He was convicted of aggravated assault and assault per domestic violence.

• Vickie Jane Patterson, 48, will spend a year in the DOC after being convicted of possession of dangerous drugs for sale.

• James Joseph Esdorn, 46, will spend five years in the DOC after being convicted of possession of dangerous drugs for sale.

• Eddie Albert Monge, 44, will spend 2.5 years in the DOC after a judge revoked his probation. He was convicted of aggravated driving under the influence.

• Steven James Hohenfield, 40, will spend four months in the DOC followed by five years of probation after being convicted of aggravated driving under the influence and failure to appear. He will get a credit for 15 days served in jail.

• David Lowell Jr., 29, will spend 9.5 years in the DOC after being convicted of possession of dangerous drugs for sale and possession of drug paraphernalia. Both offenses took place while the defendant was on probation. He also had one prior felony conviction.

• Jeremiah Jay Yeager, 23, will spend seven years in the DOC after a judge revoked his probation. He will get credit for the 268 days he served in jail. He was convicted of hit and run, aggravated assault and solicitation to commit aggravated assault.

• KC Lynn Hendrix, 20, will spend two years in the DOC after a judge revoked her probation. She will get credit for the 98 days she served in jail. She was convicted of forgery.

• Donna Louise DeSilva, 41, will spend five years in the DOC after being convicted on multiple charges including six counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of narcotic drugs and possession of dangerous drugs, forgery, burglary, criminal impersonation, weapons misconduct and two misdemeanors.

• Kenneth Lee Spark, 26, will spend 1.5 years in the DOC after a judge revoked his probation. He was convicted of theft of a credit card.

• Mark Anthony Rosales, 31, will spend a year in the DOC after a judge revoked his probation. He was convicted of unlawful use of means of transportation.