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Man receives prison in felony DUI

Estrada Uribe
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office

A South Lake Tahoe man was sentenced to 2-5 years in prison for a subsequent felony DUI on Tuesday.

Jesus Ismael Estrada Uribe, 36, admitted the charge, which stems from his Aug. 29 arrest after a drunken wreck at Highway 50 and Elks Point Road.

Estrada Uribe was previously convicted Jan. 31, 2010, of felony driving under the influence in connection with an El Dorado County collision in which someone was injured.



While he left the scene of the collision, he didn’t go far and was cooperative with deputies who arrested him, according to attorney Kris Brown.

No one was injured in the Highway 50 wreck. In addition to the prison sentence, Estrada Uribe was fined $2,000 and will be deported when he is released from prison.



• A man who was on parole after serving time on a felony drug charge was ordered back to prison for 1-3 years on Tuesday.

Casey Sean White, 36, has a significant number of drug felony convictions on his record.

Attorney Brian Filter argued that his record showed that White was unable to break the cycle of addiction and incarceration that resulted in nine felony convictions.

He asked the judge to consider ordering White into treatment programs that would help him get clean.

White was arrested Sept. 8 after a traffic stop. Deputies located 30 grams of methamphetamine, which District Judge Tod Young described as an absurd amount.

The judge agreed that sending White to prison hasn’t stopped him from using methamphetamine. 

“He’s not going to be a sober guy when he comes out,” Young said. “Clearly, what we have tried all of these nine times has not worked. Maybe it’s time to treat you as a habitual felon, but it’s not where we are now.”

Should White’s parole be revoked, which is likely, he will have to finish his sentence for possession of a controlled substance before he can begin the new sentence.

•A Reno man agreed to make up $44,000 in child support in exchange for deferring his conviction on a felony for two years.

Jason Jerome Altig, 35, faces up to five years and a $10,000 fine after he admitted to failure to support his two minor children.

Charges stem from 2015, though Altig was arraigned on Monday.

A review hearing was set for No. 28, 2022, to determine whether he has kept up with his payments.

• A Gardnerville man admitted he lied about his age to have sex with a 15-year-old.

Luis Angel Caldera, 20, is facing up to 364 days in jail after he admitted to gross misdemeanor unlawful contact with a child.

Because his age, the case was not charged as a felony. He has undergone an evaluation that finds he won’t offend again. 

He is scheduled to be sentenced on Jan. 12, 2021.

• A woman received probation after admitting she took thousands of dollars her mother had stashed away for an emergency.

Jennifer Castillo-Madrid will have to pay back $15,000 to her mom or face up to four years in prison.

She admitted to one count of felony attempted theft on Oct. 13.

The victim said the money amounted to her life savings.

“She knew that was my whole life savings,” she said through an interpreter. “I showed her were the savings were so if something happened to me, she could get it and give it to my youngest daughter.”

Castillo-Madrid said she was using drugs during the time. The crime came to light in August. 

• A family conflict spilled into Douglas County District Court on Monday when a Carson City woman was fined in a case of gross misdemeanor elder neglect.

Cecilia Felice Garcia, 41, was fined $1,000 and ordered to pay $1,600 to the estate of her father and another $1,000 to the Nevada Attorney General’s Office. She was also ordered to reimburse the county $500 for her public defender.

She paid $2,600 of restitution on Monday.

“If my dad was here today I would tell him I apologize and that I’m really sorry,” Garcia said.

Deputy Attorney General Laurie Trotter said that the $1,600 reflects bail posted for Garcia’s spouse in October 2017, that was never paid back

She said the state couldn’t prove several of the accusations leveled at Garcia by her father’s widow. The woman testified that she’d taken care of the man for 10 years before she had a stroke and turning his care over to his daughter for two months.