Jurors returned a guilty verdict against a 28-year-old man who is accused of domestic battery and assault with a deadly weapon after a half-hour of deliberation.
Tevin Michael Ahdunko was accused of battery with a deadly weapon and has been in custody since May 23.
Ahdunko was convicted of battery causing substantial harm in Carson City in 2012 and sentenced to 14-35 months in prison.
He is scheduled to be sentenced on Nov. 22.
• A convicted felon, who was in possession of a firearm and a controlled substance with intent to sell, could face up to 16 years in prison.
Chelsea Jane Green, 30, admitted to counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell and possession of a firearm Monday.
According to court documents, she conspired with co-defendant Adam Westmark to transport and sell oxycodone. After picking up the drug from Westmark, Green sold the drug for $160.
Sentencing is set for Nov. 21.
• A woman who spit in the face of a Stateline casino worker in the middle of the coronavirus outbreak received a suspended 16-40-month prison sentence on condition she pay $10,290 restitution in another case.
Amanda Ann Pitts, 42, was on parole on a felony kidnapping and assault charge in California, one of four prior felony convictions.
Pitts admitted she was working as a call girl and met with a man from India, who accused her of taking more than $10,000 in jewelry.
She denied the charge, but as part of an agreement with prosecutors, she entered a guilty plea for battery by a parolee in an altercation with a woman at Dotty’s Casino she accused of having an affair with her husband.
She said she was drunk on Oct. 24, 2020, when the Dotty’s incident occurred.
“She was out of control,” attorney Brian Filter said. “She is a different place now. She has been sober for over a year.”
Pitts said she is working and is getting her life together.
Pitts will have to pay $400 a month in restitution.