Docket for Sunday, July 16, 2017

Potter County District Courts

 

47th District

Brandon Mickelle Howard, Judgment on five charges. (1) Evading arrest/detention with a vehicle and (2-5) Four charges of Forgery of a financial instrument. Punishment assessed: 10 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs on each charge.

Crystal Dawn Smith, Deferred adjudication on two charges. (1) Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received five years’ probation, $500 fine and costs. (2) Evading arrest/detention with a vehicle. Defendant received six years’ probation, $500 fine and costs.

Sosha Monique Lane, Deferred adjudication. Possession of marijuana, more than 4 ounces less than 5 pounds. Defendant received four years’ probation, $500 fine and costs.

181st District

Curtiss Wayne Keener, Judgment. Sex offenders duty to register, life/annually. Punishment assessed: three years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Dorothy Loretta Davis, Judgment on two charges. (1) Fraudulent use/possession of identifying information of elderly. Punishment assessed: 10 years’ probation, $500 fine and costs. (2) Forgery of a financial instrument of elderly. Punishment assessed: 10 years’ probation and costs.

Abyan Farah, Judgment on two charges of Harassment of public servant. Punishment assessed: three years’ probation, $500 fine and costs on one charge and four years’ probation and costs on second charge.

251st District

Ricco Ray Rosales, Deferred adjudication. Robbery. Defendant received nine years’ probation, $2,000 fine and costs.

320th District

Dakota Monroe, Deferred adjudication. Indecency with a child, exposes. Defendant received five years’ probation and costs.

Jeremy Obrier Carruthers, Deferred adjudication. Assault of family/household member, impede breath/circulation. Defendant received four years’ probation, $1,500 fine and costs.

Paul Corey Martinez, Judgment. Possession of a controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 200 grams. Punishment assessed: six years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, $500 fine and costs.

Steve Roland Montano, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received four years’ probation, $750 fine and costs.

Derek Ryan Ponce, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 200 grams. Defendant received eight years’ probation, $500 fine and costs.

Daniel Luna Trevino, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance and deadly weapon. Defendant received five years’ probation, $500 fine and costs.

Luis Ivan Gutierrez-Prieto, Deferred adjudication. Violation of motor fuel tax requirements. Defendant received three years’ probation,$1,500 fine and costs.

Cody Wayne White, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received four years’ probation, $250 fine and costs.

Anthony Lewis Walker, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received three years’ probation, $500 fine and costs.

108th District

Heriberto Valencia, Deferred adjudication. Unauthorized use of a vehicle. Defendant received five years’ probation and costs.

Courtney Cook, Judgment. Theft of property, less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions. Punishment assessed: six months in state jail, $500 fine and costs.

Potter Court at Law No. 1

Joe Don Wright, Judgment. Criminal trespass. Punishment assessed: nine days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Randall County District Courts

47th District

Jim Bob Jennings, Judgment. Tamper/fabricate physical evidence. Punishment assessed: three years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Halee Michelle Trammell, Judgment. Forgery of a financial instrument. Punishment assessed: six months in state jail and costs.

Mahmood Ibraheem SA Albadri, Deferred adjudication. Sexual assault. Defendant received two years’ probation and costs.

Destiny Nicole Blake, Judgment on four counts of credit or debit card abuse. Punishment assessed: nine months in state jail and costs.

Joseph Lee Wall, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, more than 1 gram less than 4 grams. Defendant received three years’ probation and costs.

Ashley Nicole Valdez, Judgment. Aggravated assault of date/family/household member with a weapon. Punishment assessed: four years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Lorenzo Martin Trujillo, Judgment. Evading arrest/detention with a vehicle, enhanced. Punishment assessed: four years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Christopher Larry Curtis, Judgment on two counts. (1) Fraudulent use/possession of identifying information and (2) Possession of a controlled substance, more than 1 gram less than 4 grams. Punishment assessed: seven years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Jessica Melissa Bermea, Judgment. Theft of property less than $2,500, with two or more previous convictions, enhanced. Punishment assessed: three years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Mark Reno Miller, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received two years’ probation and costs.

Gracie Claire Watson, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received two years’ probation and costs.

Joshua Louis Daniel Loehr, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated, third or more offenses. Punishment assessed: 10 years’ probation and costs.

Troy Willis Smith, Deferred adjudication. Aggregated theft of property, more than $2,500 less than $30,000. Defendant received five years’ probation and costs.

Dalton James Lambden, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance less than 1 gram. Defendant received two years’ probation and costs.

Jessica Melissa Mendez, Judgment. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed: 10 months in state jail and costs.

181st District

Henry Dillion Byers, Judgment on two counts of Intoxication manslaughter with a vehicle. Punishment assessed: 10 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Ryan Lewis Patterson, Judgment on two charges of Theft of property, more than $2,500 less than $30,000, enhanced. Punishment assessed: 10 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs on each charge.

Forryst Sebastian Henney, Judgment. Theft of property, less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions, enhanced. Punishment assessed: four years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Randall Court at Law No. 1

Jamie Leigh Adams, Judgment on two charges of Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: 18 months’ probation and costs on each charge.

Brian David Arellano, Deferred adjudication. Deadly conduct. Defendant received 12 months’ probation and costs.

Cassie Marie Campbell, Judgment. Possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces. Punishment assessed: 12 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Shanta Lashawn Austin, Judgment. Possession of drug paraphernalia. Punishment assessed: fine and costs.

Alisha Marie Whitaker, Judgment. Issuance of a bad check. Punishment assessed: fine and costs.

Jaret Mikel Campbell, Judgment. Possession of drug paraphernalia. Punishment assessed: fine and costs.

Benjamin Eugene Crocker, Judgment. False drug test falsification device. Punishment assessed: 39 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Ashlee Dann Belote, Judgment. Issuance of a bad check. Punishment assessed: fine and costs.

Austin Viadero Sierra, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: six days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Randall Court at Law No. 2

Christin Lynne Holley, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: 12 months’ probation and costs.

Nathan Heath Melius, Judgment. Issuance of a bad check. Punishment assessed: fine and costs.

Namo Mohammad Mahmood, Judgment. Criminal trespass. Punishment assessed: three days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Miranda Neachol Olivas, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated, second offense. Punishment assessed: 30 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Christopher Lee Rodriguez, Judgment. Criminal trespass. Punishment assessed: 180 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Ryan Christopher Schweizer, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: 12 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Leon Wayne Sniegowski, Judgment. Criminal trespass. Punishment assessed: 51 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Dismissals

Potter County District Courts

320th District

Mo Lar, April 29, 2016; Indecent sexual assault of a child. Dismissed June 27

108th District

Lucio Torres Bedoy, May 21, 2000; (1-2) Drug sales/manufacture. Dismissed June 26; Drug sales/manufacture. Dismissed June 26; (3) Jan. 8, 2002; Manufacture/deliver a controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 200 rams. Dismissed June 27

Rosa Oronoz Cereceres, Aug. 24, 2005; Drug possession. Dismissed June 27

47th District

Brandon Mickelle Howard, March 2, 2016; Forgery of a financial instrument. Dismissed June 30

Ryan Howard McCreight, Jan. 27; Evading arrest/detention with a vehicle. Dismissed July 6

Randall County District Courts

47th District

Christopher Noel Ramos, March 6, 2015 -Two counts: Manslaughter and Intoxication manslaughter with a vehicle. Dismissed June 30

Amber Dawn Jackson, Nov. 30; Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Dismissed June 30

181st District

Tori Renee Miranda, Dec. 12; Manslaughter. Dismissed July 6

251st District

Southchay Daoheuang, Dec. 10, 2015; Manufacture/delivery controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 200 grams. Dismissed July 3

Clark Sterling Rusher, July 15, 2016; Five counts: Credit or debit card abuse. Dismissed July 3

Revocations

Potter County District Courts

47th District

Stephanie Ann Diaz, Judgment to revoke probation. Abandon/endanger a child, criminal negligence. Punishment assessed: six months in state jail, $500 fine and costs.

181st District

Robert Allen Knight, Judgment to revoke probation. Forgery of a financial instrument. Punishment assessed: nine months in state jail, $500 fine and costs.

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