RED BLUFF, Calif. - Here are some of the sentencing results that the Tehama County District Attorney released on August 6, 2020.
Jay Kitchen was sentenced to 15 years in state prison for shooting at an inhabited dwelling, assault with a semiautomatic firearm, and first-degree burglary with use of a firearm. This case was investigated by the Tehama County Sheriff's Office. CLICK HERE to read the article about Jay Kitchen's case.
Bridgette Walker was sentenced to seven years and four months in state prison after Tehama County combined her case with Butte County. Her charges included possession of a controlled substance and a loaded firearm. This case was investigated y the Tehama Major Crimes Unit (TMCU) and the Butte Interagency Narcotics Task Force (BINTF). The Tehama County District Attorney's Office says 883.54 grams of methamphetamine and 403.94 grams of heroin, four firearms, and ammunition had been found during a search of Walker's residence, thus resulting in the court proceedings and sentencing.
Issac Carlos Delgado was sentenced to two years in state prison for possession of ammunition by a felon after an investigation by the Corning Police Department.
Steven John Quinn was sentenced to two years in local prison for transportation/furnishing methamphetamine (a controlled substance).
Dana Bernard Brown with charged with two years in state prison for assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm. This case was investigated by the Red Bluff Police Department.
Mario Rivera was sentenced to 16 months in state prison for being a felon in possession of ammunition. This case was investigated by the Corning Police Department and the Tehama Major Crimes Unit. The Tehama County District Attorney's Office said that during a search for a stolen pistol at the defendant's residence, officers found a Ruger 9mm magazine an 12-gauge shotgun shells. The defendant was a convicted felon at the time who was on Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS).
Ervin Keith Watts was sentenced to five years in state prison for his conviction relating to two charges of assault with a firearm with a special allegation. This case was investigated by the Tehama County Sheriff's Office. According to the Tehama County District Attorney's Office, Watts approached his neighbor when armed with a shotgun. Watts first fired at the neighbor, and then at the neighbor's father. The father returned fire. Both victims were struck in the head by rounds from the defendant's shotgun.
Nathaniel Andre Lekehrer was charged with five years of formal probation and will provide 80 hours of community service for a domestic violence case that resulted in charges of false imprisonment by violence (a felony) and criminal threats (a misdemeanor). This case was investigated by the Red Bluff Police Department.
Cody Leonard Floyd was sentenced to four years of formal probation and will provide 80 hours of community service. Floyd was charged with failure to appear and a burglary charge. This case was investigated by the Tehama County Sheriff's Office.