Woman who failed drug court goes to prison



A woman convicted of attempted possession of a stolen vehicle was sent to prison Monday.

Andrea Elizabeth Gonder, 32, received a suspended 12-30 month sentence in April 2022, where she was ordered to complete Western Nevada Regional Drug Court.

According to reports, she had prior felony convictions, which played a role in the decision to send her to drug court, which she didn’t do.

Gonder’s probation was revoked, and the underlying sentence was imposed. She was given credit for 138 days in custody.

• A woman arrested under a different name admitted to identity theft Monday.

Cori Nicole Shoemake-Wilson, 34, was arrested on July 19, 2022, in connection of a stolen vehicle at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

During a search of the vehicle, the deputies discovered several driver’s licenses, social security cards and a vehicle title in a variety of other people’s names.

According to testimony given Monday, the name Shoemake-Wilson used is a real person who appeared via Zoom Monday to discuss restitution and the effects the identity theft had on her.

Shoemake-Wilson was released on her own recognizance and ordered to appear for sentencing on July 10.

• A man who had several high level controlled substances under his domain is facing 12-48 months in prison.

Joshua Edward Vanroy, 35, was arrested May 30, 2021, with heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, alprazolam, carisoprodol, morphine sulfate and buprenorphine.

Sentencing is set for July 17.

• A man who tried to dispose of 14.6 grams of methamphetamine in a bush was granted a drug diversion on June 12.

Matthew John Farag, 43, was arrested March 30.

While detained the officer located the baggie Farag disposed of in the bush which contained methamphetamine.

• A man who hid a hypodermic needle in the back of a patrol car during his arrest faces 12-48 months in prison at his July 24 sentencing.

Amos Mason Reschman, 49, was arrested April 1, during a traffic stop for an expired vehicle registration.

According to the responding deputy, he noticed Reschman’s eyes were red and watery and he was slurring his speech.

Upon arrival at the Douglas County jail, the deputy noticed a paper towel stuffed on the floor board underneath where Reschman was seated. In the paper towel was a hypodermic needle with a clear liquid substance. While in the jail, Reschman was searched and a bag filled with a crystal like substance was located in his sock and in his wallet were four rectangular brown substances with a marijuana odor.


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