Los Alamos Magistrate Court Weekly Wrap Up

STAFF REPORT

BRANDON JOHNSON: Brandon Johnson, 35, of Bernalillo has waived his preliminary hearing in Los Alamos Magistrate Court on a burglary charge and has been bound over to the First Judicial District Court. Johnson was arrested in June 2016 after DNA found on a flashlight he left behind at a residence on Glenview in White Rock was matched to his profile. Los Alamos Police Department responded to a call from the homeowner Feb. 6, 2016 and found that entry had been gained through a back door and the home had been ransacked. The estimated loss for the incident was $1,560, which included the cost of re-keying the home. Johnson is scheduled for arraignment before Judge Mary Marlowe Sommer June 23 in District Court.

ANTHONY KNIEF: A preliminary hearing for Anthony Knief was continued June 1 at the request of Assistant District Attorney Kent Wahlquist. Knief is charged with two counts of trafficking, one count of intent to distribute, eight counts of possession of a controlled substance, 12 counts of dangerous drugs conditions for sale, one count of possession of marijuana and three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Knief was arrested during the Los Alamos Police Department’s Operation Spring Cleaning in March.

NICHOLE MARSH: Nichole Marsh, who also was arrested during Operation Spring Cleaning, waived her preliminary hearing and was bound over to District Court. She was originally charged with one count of trafficking, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, three counts of dangerous drugs conditions for sale, one count of possession of a controlled substance – pills, and one count of possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine.

MARK MORROW: A pre-trial hearing for Mark Morrow on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia was continued until June 29.

ANDREW ATTENCIO: A pre-trial hearing for Andrew Atencio on charges of felony possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia is also slated for June 29.

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