Victim to man: ‘You have no moral code’ |

Victim to man: ‘You have no moral code’

by Amy Alonzo

A Gardnerville Ranchos man who previously admitted to stalking was placed on probation.

Lawrence W. Baty, 51, hacked a woman’s social media accounts, video-taped himself outside her home, called her more than 20 times per day and sent her threatening messages.

He was arrested Feb. 13.

Appearing in Douglas County District Court on Monday, the victim tearfully told Judge Thomas Gregory that she had her son and brother move into her home for safety reasons and that Baty continued to contact her family members while he was incarcerated. His release paralyzes her, she said.

“You are one lie after another and not to be trusted,” she told Baty. “I fear that wherever you go, you will find me … You have no moral code.”

During a previous court appearance the state said that Baty was previously convicted of violating a 2005 restraining order.

Terms of his probation include completing an anger management class, wearing a GPS monitor and not being allowed to access the internet. Baty is also not allowed to possess any devices that would allow him access to the internet, or to live in a dwelling that has access to the internet.

Baty’s underlying sentence is 60 months in prison.

A South Lake Tahoe man who violated the terms of his deferred sentence will be held without bail until his July sentencing.

Colten K. Coralles, 23, was arrested in April at MontBleu Casino for trespassing. Coralles had a knife and a used hypodermic device on him. According to court documents, at the time of his arrest Coralles told deputies “I screwed up. I swallowed three grams of heroin and a gram of meth. I need to go to the hospital.”

Coralles was transported to the Douglas County Jail from the hospital.

Coralles also was arrested in 2016 on charges of domestic battery, possession of hypodermic devices and for failing to appear in drug court.

His sentencing is set for July 17.

A South Lake Tahoe man with a long history of drug abuse will get another chance at sobriety.

With the support of his parents, Timothy A. Wilson, 37, will enter a treatment facility in Grass Valley, Calif.

“I’ve done drugs my whole life,” Wilson told Gregory. “It’s gotten out of hand lately and I’m ready … I realize I have no more chances. This is it.”

Wilson was arrested in October at the Lakeside Inn on a warrant. He had methamphetamine on him at the time. Also in 2016 Wilson provided false identification to deputies during a traffic stop and then fled on foot. In the vehicle pipes with methamphetamine and marijuana residue and identifications belonging to other people were found.

A Minden woman who drove drunk with a minor in her vehicle was released from custody until her June sentencing.

Sarah M. Krites, 41, was arrested in February on charges of driving under the influence and child endangerment.

Krites had taken her oldest child without the permission of the child’s emergency guardian. Deputies searching for Krites found her driving with a .249 breath alcohol concentration and her 15-year-old daughter in the vehicle.

Her sentencing is set for June 5.

A Gardnerville man who admitted to attempted aggravated stalking was released from custody.

Antonial O. Larry, 58, was arrested April 29 after a female reported he left 15 voicemails threatening to kill her and her mom on her cell phone over a two-day period. The victim said Larry had battered and strangled her numerous times and that he’d been convicted of domestic battery against her.

Larry’s attorney said Larry and the victim are divorcing and that he intends to relocate to Las Vegas.

Larry is facing a maximum sentence of 120 months. His sentencing is set for July 24.

A Gardnerville man who admitted to failing to keep the terms of his probation was ordered to serve his underlying sentence.

Cody R. Baker, 24, admitted he used alcohol and controlled substances, failed to complete drug court, and didn’t maintain employment or pay his court fees.

Baker was originally arrested in 2015 on charges of statutory sexual seduction after he had intercourse with a 15-year-old. Terms of his alternative sentencing included staying sober, but in April of 2016 his grandmother called the sheriff’s department to report that Baker was intoxicated.

Deputies found Baker passed out on the toilet with a bottle of vodka in his pocket. He had a breath alcohol concentration of .243.

He is sentenced to a year in jail with credit for 211 days served.

A South Lake Tahoe woman who admitted to forgery and possession of a controlled substance will attend drug court.

Alisha N. Collum, 27, was arrested April 30 in Stateline. She forged a check for $275 and had methamphetamine on her. She told Gregory she has been using methamphetamine daily for the past year.

She was also ordered to pay restitution to the victim of the forgery.