2006-10-05 / News of Record

Henderson County Court Activity Sept. 11-22

District Attorney, Donna R. Bennett, reports the following Court activity for the week of September 11, 2006 through September 22, 2006:

Bobby Gene Henry, 26 of Athens, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Evading Arrest. The Court assessed punishment at four (4) years Deferred Adjudication Probation, fine, court costs, attorney fees, A/A or N/A, urinalysis, 300 hours community service, adult education classes and obtain GED within one year, driver's safety course within 90 days, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Gerald Don Duncan, 44 of Athens, pled guilty to the Lesser Included Offense of Class A Misdemeanor Illegal Dumping. The Court assessed punishment at ten (10) days confinement in the Henderson County Jail.

Sharice Love Woody, 26 of DeSoto, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice probated five (5) years, court costs, attorney fees, fine, restitution, A/ A or N/A, urinalysis, 365 days driver's license suspension, do not communicate with co-defendant, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, drug offender class, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment. This case is to run concurrent with her other case.

Sharice Love Woody, 26 of DeSoto pled guilty to the Second Degree Felony Offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at eight (8) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice probated six (6) years, court costs, attorney fees, fine, restitution, A/ A or N/A, urinalysis, 365 days driver's license suspension, do not communicate with co-defendant, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, drug offender class, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment. This case is to run concurrent with her other case.

Misty Sue Mounsey, 29 of Chandler, pled guilty to the Second Degree Felony Offense of Burglary of Habitation. The Court assessed punishment at ten (10) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice probated five (5) years, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, A/A or N/ A, urinalysis, 300 hours community service, obtain GED, do not communicate with victims or codefendants, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, attend theft management class, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Timothy Mark Box, 38 of Mabank, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Theft Over $1,500. The Court assessed punishment at twenty-two (22) months confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division, court costs, attorney fees, and restitution. The Court took into consideration one Theft, one Theft over $1,500 and one Burglary of a building when assessing punishment.

Randy Keith Howell, 43 of Dallas, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Illegal Dumping. The Court assessed punishment at three (3) years Deferred Adjudication Probation, court costs, restitution, clean up or pay for clean-up of property, A/A or N/ A, urinalysis, 200 hours Community Service, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

John Christopher Bentsen, 46 of Kemp, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice probated three (3) years, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, A/ A or N/A, 180 days Driver's License Suspension, 280 hours community service, obtain GED, Drug Offender class, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Debra Gaye Jordan, 48 of Eustace, pled guilty to the 3rd Degree Felony Offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at three

(3) years Deferred Adjudication Probation, court costs, restitution, A/A or N/A, urinalysis, 300 hours community service, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, drug offender class, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Christopher Lynn Strawn, 32 of Chandler, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at four (4) years Deferred Adjudication Probation, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, A/A or N/A, urinalysis, 300 hours community service, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, drug offender class, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

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Vanessia Gayle Smith, 39 of Gun Barrel City, pled guilty to the 3rd Degree Felony Offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at five (5) years Deferred Adjudication Probation, fine, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, A/A or N/ A, urinalysis, 300 hours community service, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, drug offender class, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Tiffany Michelle Thomas, 21 of Athens, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Credit Card Abuse. The Court assessed punishment at four (4) years Deferred Adjudication Probation, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, urinalysis, 300 hours community service, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, theft management class, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Odie Ramon Jordan, 32 of Athens, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Evading Arrest. The Court assessed punishment at twelve (12) months confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division, court costs, and attorney fees.

Odie Ramon Jordan, 32 of Athens, pled guilty to the 2nd Degree Felony Offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at seven (7) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, court costs, attorney fees, and restitution. The Court took into consideration one Possession of Controlled Substance, one Assault on Public Servant and one Failure to Appear when assessing punishment.

Monica Lynn Greenwood, 34 of Eustace, pled true to all counts of the State's Motion to Proceed. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, previous court costs, and attorney fees.

Jimmy Dale Kennedy, 58 of Mabank, pled true to all counts of the State's Motion to Revoke. The Court assessed punishment at three (3) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, previous court costs, and attorney fees.

Kimberly Jeanne Maxwell, 36 of Athens, pled guilty to the 3rd Degree Felony Offense of Escape. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, court costs and attorney fees.

Christina Lynn Vaughan, 25 of Kemp, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Burglary of a Building. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice probated four (4) years, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, A/A or N/A, intense supervision caseload, urinalysis, 240 hours community service, obtain GED, do not communicate with victims or co-defendants, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, attend theft management, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Susanna Annette Hill, 37 of Bulverde, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Fraudulent Possession of Identifying Information. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated three (3) years, fine, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, A/A or N/A, urinalysis, 280 hours community service, obtain GED, do not communicate with victim, attend theft management, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Stanley Benjamin Green, 76 of Kemp, was found guilty of the 1st Degree Felony Offense of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child. The jury assessed punishment at fifty (50) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, to run concurrent.

Stanley Benjamin Green, 76 of Kemp, was found guilty of two 2nd Degree Felony Offenses of Indecency with a Child by Contact. The jury assessed punishment at twenty (20) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, to run concurrent.

Rigoberto Barona Nunez, 29 of Tyler, pled guilty to the Felony Offense of Failure to Stop and Render Aid. The Court assessed punishment at three hundred sixty-five (365) days confinement in the Henderson County Jail.

Crystal Louise Donaldson, 38 of Larue, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated five (5) years, weekly urinalysis, A/A or N/A, restitution, court costs, attorney fees, 200 hours community service, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Cynthia Reana Smith, 26 of Athens, pled guilty to the 3rd Degree Felony Offense of Prohibited Substance in Correctional Facility. The Court assessed punishment at ten (10) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated ten (10) years, court costs, attorney fees, A/A or N/A, weekly urinalysis, 280 hours community service, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment. Both cases to run concurrent.

Cynthia Reana Smith, 26 of Athens, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Prohibited Substance in Correctional Facility. The Court asessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated five (5) years, court costs, attorney fees, A/A or N/A, weekly urinalysis, 280 hours community service, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment. Both cases to run concurrent.

Edward James Fields, 42 of Pantego, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Driving While Intoxicated with Child Passenger. The Court assessed punishment at four (4) years deferred adjudication probation, court costs, attorney fees, fine, A/A or N/A, urinalysis, 240 hours community service, attend the DWI subsequent offenders class, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Mark Patrick Gibson, 47 of Gun Barrel, pled guilty to the State Jail Felony Offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at three (3) years Deferred Adjudication Probation, fine, restitution, court costs, attorney fees, A/A or N/A, urinalysis, 300 hours community service, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, attend drug offender class, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

William Bryan Stallings, 21 of Gun Barrel, pled guilty to the 2nd Degree Felony Offense of Burglary of Habitation. The Court assessed punishment at ten (10) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated six (6) years, fine, restitution, court costs, attorney fees, A/A or N/A, urinalysis, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, attend Theft Management, do not contact the victims, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Jason Walter Traylor, 35 of Reklaw, pled guilty to all counts of the State's Motion to Proceed. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated five (5) years, previous court costs, attorney fees, fine and restitution, A/A or N/A, urinalysis, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, drug offender class, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Lisa Marie Poetschke, 48 of Kemp, pled guilty to the 3rd Degree Felony Offense of Assault on Public Servant. The Court assessed punishment at four (4) years Deferred Adjudication Probation, fine, court costs, urinalysis, 240 hours community service, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, attend Anger Management

Class, and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Tiffany Lynn Hamilton, 21 of Jacksonville, pled guilty to the lesser-included Class A Misdemeanor Offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at three hundred sixty-five (365) days confinement in the Henderson County Jail, probated one (1) year, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, A/A or N/ A, urinalysis, 120 hours community service, obtain GED, $50 payment to Crime Stoppers, drug offender class and a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Landon Caleb Trammell, 17, of Tyler, pled to a plea on information for the Class B Misdemeanor offense of Criminal Trespass. The Court assessed punishment at one hundred eighty (180) days confinement in the Henderson County Jail probated for two (2) years, court costs, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, restitution (jointly and severally with co-defendants), urinalysis, ten (10) days confinement in the Henderson County Jail (as condition of probation), 300 hours community service, attend substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment, attend Youthful Offender Program, stay in school.

Logan Lee Bryan, 17, of Brownsboro, pled to a plea on information for the Class B Misdemeanor offense of Criminal Trespass. The Court assessed punishment at one hundred eighty (180) day confinement in the Henderson County Jail probated for two (2) years, court costs, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, restitution (jointly and severally with co-defendants), urinalysis, ten (10) days confinement in the Henderson County Jail (as condition of probation), 300 hours community service, attend substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment, attend Youthful Offender Program, stay in school.

Antonio Ray Woods, 34 of Frankston, pled to a plea on information for the third degree felony offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at five (5) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division probated four (4) years, $1,000 fine, court costs, restitution, AA/NA, urinalysis, 300 hours community service, obtain GED, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, attend substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment, attend Drug Offender class and considered unindicted case.

Christopher Wayne Robertson, 18, of Seven Points, pled to a plea on information for the second degree felony offense of Burglary of Habitation, The Court assessed punishment at ten (10) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division probated seven (7) years, $1,000 fine, court costs, attorney fees, AA/N/A, urinalysis, 320 hours community service, obtain GED, do not communicate with victim, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, attend Theft Management class, attend substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Chadwick Michael King, 20, of Malakoff, pled guilty to the Class A misdemeanor offense of Prohibited Weapon. The Court assessed punishment at three hundred sixty five (365) days confinement in the Henderson County Jail, probated two (2) years, $500 fine, court costs, attorney fees, urinalysis, 100 hours community service, obtain GED, do not communicate with victim, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, attend Anger Management, attend substance abuse evaluation and follow treatment and attend Youthful Offender Program.

Christopher Doyle Savage, 19, of Aubrey, pled guilty to the second degree felony offense of Sexual Assault of a Child. The Court assessed punishment at ten (10) years deferred adjudication probation, $1,500 fine, court costs, attorney fees, AA/NA, urinalysis, 350 hours community service, obtain GED, do not communicate with victim or victim's family, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, attend substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment, attend Deviant Sex Counseling and follow conditions related to the Sex Offender caseload and register as a sex offender.

Billy Lynn Till, 42, of Gun Barrel, pled guilty to a third degree felony offense of Injury to a Child, reduced to a lesser included offense of Class A, Assault Family Violence. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years deferred adjudication probation, fine, court costs, attorney fees, urinalysis, 240 hours community service, obtain a GED, do not communicate or have any contact with the victim (except by agreement with CPS), $50 to local Crime Stopper program, attend

Anger Management Class, substance abuse evaluation nd follow recommended treatment, substance abuse caseload.

Terrie Jennell Birdwell, 35, of Kaufman, pled true to counts 1-6 contained in the State's Motion to Revoke Community Supervision. The Court assessed punishment at four (4) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institution Division, previous fine, court costs, attorney fees and new attorney fees.

Tonya Danette Carnes, 37, of Athens, pled guilty to a state jail felony offense of Driving While Intoxicated with Child Passenger. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division, probated five (5) years, fine, court costs, AA/NA, urinalysis, 320 hours community service, obtain a GED, $50 to local Crime Stopper program, substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Hilde-Brando Garcia Martinez, 38, of Athens, pled guilty to a second degree felony offense of Burglary of Habitation. The Court assessed punishment at eight (8) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, probated six (6) years, fine, court costs, attorney fees, urinalysis, 350 hours community service, obtain a GED, do not communicate or have contact in any manner with victim, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, attend Theft Management Class, substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Fred Lloyd Busby, 22, of DeSoto, pled guilty to a state jail felony offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at twenty-two (22) months confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division, court costs, attorney fees and restitution.

Melanie Even Mills, 42, of Trinidad, pled guilty to a state jail felony offense of Tampering with Government Record. The Court assessed punishment at one (1) day confinement in the Henderson County Jail, court costs, and restitution (paid instanter).

Mark Daniel Sue, 19, of Kemp, pled true to eight (8) counts contained in the state's motion to proceed with adjudication of guilt and true to five (5) counts contained in another state's motion to proceed with adjudication of guilt. The Court adjudicated Mr. Sue guilty of both charges and assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division, probated five (5) years, fine, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, urinalysis, 30 days confinement in the Henderson County Jail, 200 hours community service, attend the DWI Subsequent Offenders Class, obtain a GED, do not communicate or have any contact with co-defendants, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment, both cases are to run concurrent.

Joni Diane Yow, 25, of Brownsboro, pled guilty to a state jail felony offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at six (6) months confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, court costs, attorney fees and restitution.

Ricky Glenn Spurr, Jr., 33, of Kemp pled true to counts 1-3 contained in the State's motion to proceed with adjudication of guilt. The Court assessed punishment at four (4) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, previous court costs and attorney fees.

Rebecca Andrews Mixson, 46, of Dallas, pled guilty to a state jail felony offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at twelve (12) months confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division, court costs, attorney fees, and restitution.

George Olin Reynolds, III, 46 of Athens, pled guilty to a third degree felony offense of Driving While Intoxicated. The Court assessed punishment at four (4) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, court costs and attorney fees.

Eugenia Barnett Gilbreath, 33 of Gun Barrel, pled true to counts 1- 10 contained in the state's motion to proceed with adjudication of guilt. The Court adjudicated Ms. Gilbreath guilty and assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division, probated five (5) years, fine, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, AA/NA, urinalysis, 350 hours community service, obtain a GED, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Sherry C. Whittenberg, 50, of Chandler, pled true to counts 1-8 contained in the state's motion to revoke community supervision. The Court assessed punishment at three (3) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, previous fine, court costs, attorney fees, restitution and new attorney fees.

Michael Brewer, 44, of Larue pled guilty to a state jail felony offense of Evading Arrest. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division, probated five (5) years, fine, court costs, urinalysis, 300 hours community service, obtain a GED, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Kirk Douglas Hunter, 19, of Sulphur Springs, pled guilty to a second degree felony offense of Possession/ Transport of Certain Chemicals with Intent to Manufacture Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at ten (10) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division probated ten (10) years, fine, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, urinalysis, 400 hours community service, obtain a GED, do not communicate or have contact in any manner with co-fendants, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment.

Joseph Michael Wahl, of Eustace, pled true to counts 1-5 contained in a state's motion to proceed with adjudication of guilt. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, previous fine, court costs, attorney fees and new attorney fees.

Latisha Machelle Hart, 25, of Athens pled true to counts 1-4 contained in a state's motion to proceed with adjudication of guilt. The Court assessed punishment at seven (7) months confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division, previous court costs, attorney fees and restitution.

Timothy Paul Tedford, 32, of Lewisville, pled true to counts 1-6 contained in a state's motion to proceed with adjudication of guilt. The Court assessed punishment at three (3) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, previous court costs, and attorney fees.

Jose Dolores Campa, pled quilty to a state jail felony offense of Possession of Controlled Substance punishment as a Class A Misdemeanor. The Court assessed punishment at sixty (60) days confinement in the Henderson County Jail, court costs, and restitution.

Yvonne Miller Woods, 45, of Bonham pled guilty to a state jail felony offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division, probated four (4) years, fine, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, urinalysis, 180 days driver's license suspension, 240 hours community service, obtain a GED, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment, attend Drug Offender Education Program.

Bradley Seann Lane, 22, of Ennis pled guilty to a state jail felony offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at two (2) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division, probated three (3) years, fine, court costs, attorney fees, restitution, urinalysis, 180 days driver's license suspension, 350 hours community service, obtain a GED, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, substance abuse evaluation and follow recommended treatment program, attend Drug Offender Education Program.

Gary Eugene Sellers, 39, of Chandler pled guilty to a seconddegree felony offense of Possession of Controlled Substance. The Court assessed punishment at seven (7) years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, court costs, attorney fees, and restitution.

James Matthew Wedgeworth, 35, of Kemp pled guilty to a second degree felony offense of Indecency with a Child. The Court assessed punishment at ten (10) years deferred Adjudication Probation, court costs, AA/NA, urinalysis, 400 hours community service, obtain a GED, do not communicate or have contact in any manner with victim or victim's family, $50 to local Crime Stoppers, attend Deviant Sex Counseling and follow all conditions related to the Sex Offender Caseload, Lifetime Sex Offender Registration.

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