One of the principals in a Stateline drug sales ring operating out of a vacation rental admitted to selling methamphetamine on three occasions and attempting to sell a quarter-pound of the drug on a fourth occasion.
Diego Coralles, 48, appeared in Douglas County District Court on Aug. 31, where he entered guilty pleas to three counts of sales of a controlled substance and one count of attempted sale of a controlled substance.
Each of the counts carries a potential sentence of 1-6 years in prison.
Coralles was arrested in a May 14, 2020, drug raid along with Joseph Cudia, 46, and Meagan Rene Turkington.
In exchange for his plea, prosecutors won’t pursue a habitual criminal charge against him.
Coralles must also contribute to $19,440 in restitution to the owner of the vacation rental on Bonnie Court at Stateline.
A trial for Cudia was canceled in April after he failed to appear in court. Turkington was granted diversion on her charges on condition she pay a share of the restitution.
• A Reno man on probation for possession of a controlled substance out of Douglas County is in Washoe County custody on a charge of having a gun with an obliterated serial number.
Erin Sadzak, 19, was arrested Aug. 13 and is facing charges in Reno Justice Court.
He was convicted of possession of a controlled substance after Douglas County deputies arrested him and two others with eight pounds of marijuana, 1.25 pounds of THC and a handgun early in October 2020.
District Judge Tod Young issued a $25,000 warrant to ensure Sadzak is returned to Douglas County.
• A Las Vegas woman admitted to a count of felony third instance driving under the influence on Aug. 31.
Tida Kristen Linnea Saltz is expected to seek a diversion program that will allow her to avoid the felony and a mandatory prison sentence.