Felony Sentences: Six years in drug-related parole violation
A 51-year-old Los Molinos man was sentenced in Tehama County Superior Court this week to six years in state prison after he failed to meet the terms of his probation.
Gary Lee Maniord pleaded guilty in June 2010 to transportation of a controlled substance. In January, he was arrested and charged with additional drug-related crimes and for violating his probation when he failed to appear for appointments and failed to complete his drug and alcohol treatment program.
Tehama County Superior Court prison sentences handed down on Monday:
Keith Edward Staudinger, 48, was sentenced to five years and four months in state prison after he had pleaded guilty to transportation of a controlled substance and evading an officer willful disregard with a special allegation of having a prior strike.
Staudinger was arrested in August after he crashed into a fence following a short pursuit by a Corning police officer. Staudinger was also found in possession of methamphetamine.
Frederick Joseph Cardiel, 62, was sentenced to two years and eight months in state prison for second-degree burglary and false personation. He was granted three years formal probation in 2010, but violated the terms of his probation when he was arrested for driving under the influence.
Saul Hernandez Jimenez was sentenced to eight months in state prison after he had pleaded guilty to attempted cultivation of marijuana.
Fernando Olivera Mendoza, 24, and Emilliano Araguin Vargas, 38, were each sentenced to 16 months in state prison after pleading guilty to cultivation of marijuana.