Docket for Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017

Potter County District Courts

 

47th District

John Kevin Jones, Deferred adjudication. Criminal mischief, damage/destruction of worship/school. Defendant received three years’ probation and costs.

David Alton Murphey, Judgment on two charges. (1) Possession of controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed: five years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, $500 fine and costs. (2) Manufacture/deliver controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 200 grams. Punishment assessed: 10 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, $500 fine and costs.

181st District

Timothy Garry Bowles, Judgment. Burglary of habitation. Punishment assessed: three years’ probation, $500 fine and costs.

Artavios Trevone Wilson, Judgment on two charges. (1) Sex offender’s duty to register/10 years. Punishment assessed: two years in state jail and costs. (2) Sexual assault of a child. Punishment assessed: six years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Kaylon Mark Silver, Deferred adjudication. Possession of controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received three years’ probation, $500 fine and costs.

Mariah Nicole Meek, Deferred adjudication on three charges of Aggravated assault with deadly weapon. Defendant received seven years’ probation, $500 fine and costs on one charge and seven years’ probation and costs on each remaining charge.

Efrain Rosales, Judgment. Possession of controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed: six months in state jail and costs.

Gekeil Edward Graves, Judgment. Aggravated robbery. Punishment assessed: 12 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Derek Dwight Lee, Deferred adjudication. Assault of family/household member, impede breath/circulation. Defendant received four years’ probation, $500 fine and costs.

Brandy Garcia, Deferred adjudication. Robbery,. Defendant received four years’ probation, $500 fine and costs.

320th District

Andre Joseph Steel, Judgment on two charges. (1) Manufacture/deliver controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 400 grams and (2) Possession of marijuana, more than 5 pounds less than 50 pounds. Punishment assessed: 25 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs on each charge.

Brody Tanner Oldfield, Judgment. Evading arrest/detention with vehicle. Punishment assessed: seven years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, $250 fine and costs.

108th District

Zhante Marquis Epperson, Deferred adjudication. Possession of marijuana, more than 5 pounds less than 50 pounds. Defendant received two years’ probation, $500 fine and costs.

Potter Court at Law No. 1

Christopher Pedraza, Judgment. DWI, first offense. Punishment assessed: 180 days probation and costs.

Jesus Melendez-Sosa, Deferred adjudication. Possession of marijuana, less than 1 ounce. Defendant received 180 days probation and costs.

Rodney Allen Evans, Judgment on two charges. (1) Unlawful restraint and (2) Assault causing bodily injury, family violence. Punishment assessed: 210 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs on each charge.

Heriberto Valencia, Judgment. Failure to identify fugitive, intentionally give false information. Punishment assessed: 120 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Elida Cristina Munoz, Judgment on two charges. (1) Assault causing bodily injury, family violence and (2) Unlawful restraint. Punishment assessed: 210 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs on each charge.

Charles Edward Washington, Judgment. Possession of controlled substance. Punishment assessed: 45 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Marques Ray Wright, Judgment. Assault causing bodily injury, family violence. Punishment assessed: nine days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Skyler Anthony Montanez, Deferred adjudication. Criminal trespass. Defendant received six months’ probation and costs.

Potter Court at Law No. 2

Marcus Anthony Ruiz, Judgment. Theft. Punishment assessed: 120 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Terrill Wes Strader, Judgment. False drug test falsification device. Punishment assessed: six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

George Romero Jr., Judgment. Theft of property, less than $100 with previous conviction. Punishment assessed: 60 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Lindley Jordan Sweat, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Randall County District Courts

47th District

Miranda Nichole Salas, Judgment. Possession of marijuana, more than 4 ounces less than 5 pounds. Punishment assessed: 12 months in state jail and costs.

David Huneke, Judgment. Possession of controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 400 grams. Punishment assessed: four years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Angela Justine Webb, Judgment. Assault causing bodily injury. Punishment assessed: 120 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Savannah Austyn Phillips, Judgment. Possession of controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed: nine months in state jail and costs.

Leon Romo, Judgment. Possession of controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed: six months in state jail and costs.

Russell William Lasner, Judgment. Possession of controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed: 15 months in state jail and costs.

Richard Anthony Long, Judgment. Evading arrest/detention with previous conviction. Punishment assessed: 120 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Jose Raymundo Villalon, Deferred adjudication. Possession of controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received three years’ probation and costs.

Dionicio Gonzalez-Medrano, Deferred adjudication. Abandon/endanger a child, criminal negligence. Defendant received three years’ probation and costs.

David Lee Day, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated, three or more offenses. Punishment assessed: 10 years’ probation and costs.

Matthew Bryan Grady, Deferred adjudication. Credit or debit card abuse. Defendant received five years’ probation and costs.

Emily Anne Morris, Deferred adjudication. Hinder apprehension or prosecution known felon. Defendant received three years’ probation and costs.

Roger Anthony Saldivar, Deferred adjudication. Credit or debit card abuse. Defendant received four years’ probation and costs.

Tohme William Woolbright, Deferred adjudication. Engage in organized criminal activity. Defendant received five years’ probation and costs.

Adrian Guadalupe Guzman, Deferred adjudication. Evading arrest/detention with vehicle. Defendant received five years’ probation and costs.

Lexus Elizabeth Lekas, Deferred adjudication. Unauthorized use of vehicle. Defendant received three years’ probation and costs.

Richard Izaguirre Jr., Judgment. Criminal mischief, more than $30,000 less than $150,000. Punishment assessed: two years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

181st District

Nathan Charles Moore, Judgment. Burglary of habitation, enhanced. Punishment assessed: 19 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

251st District

Porter Lenderman Zinn, Judgment on two charges of Possession of controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed: 12 months in state jail and costs on each charge.

Tyelor James Holloway, Judgment on three charges. (1) Sexual assault and (2-3) Two charges of Racing on highway causing serious bodily injury. Punishment assessed: 10 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs on each charge.

Ryan Michael Samaniego, Judgment on two charges. (1) Unauthorized use of vehicle. Punishment assessed: 15 months in state jail and costs. (2) Fraudulent use/possession identifying information. Punishment assessed: three years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Gabriel Aarturo Silva, Judgment. Aggravated sexual assault of child. Punishment assessed: 40 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Joseph Michael Easton, Judgment. Assault public servant. Punishment assessed: six years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Joshua Alexander Urias, Deferred adjudication. Aggravated assault with deadly weapon. Defendant received two years’ probation and costs.

Delilah Yvonne Campbell, Deferred adjudication. Assault causing bodily injury. Defendant received 15 months’ probation and costs.

Patrick Brian Shores, Deferred adjudication. Possession of controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 400 grams. Defendant received 24 months’ probation and costs.

Randall Court at Law No. 1

Sherri Ellen Majors, Deferred adjudication. Theft of property, more than $100 less than $750. Defendant received nine months’ probation and costs.

Donald Duane Flegel III, Judgment on two charges. (1) Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: six days in Randall County Jail and costs. (2) Criminal mischief, more than $100 less than $750. Punishment assessed: 15 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Landry Paul Nelson, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: 15 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Micah Peter Flowers, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: 12 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Cory Spencer Stewart, Judgment. Possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces. Punishment assessed: six days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Nathaniel Brock Conner, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated/open alcohol container. Punishment assessed: six days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Cory Spencer Stewart, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: 30 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Jose Merced Ojeda, Deferred adjudication. Fleeing police officer, imminent danger. Defendant received 12 months’ probation and costs.

Amanda Darlene Gallegos, Judgment. Fleeing police officer, imminent danger. Punishment assessed: two years’ probation and costs.

Ramiro Juarez-Diaz, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: 150 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Colten Deweayne Wilcher, Judgment. Assault causing bodily injury. Punishment assessed: six days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Mason James Morgan, Judgment. Evading arrest/detention. Punishment assessed: 45 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Johnny Michael Davis, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: nine days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Johnnie Roger Wells, Judgment. Driving with license invalid, enhanced. Punishment assessed: six days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Seth Ryan Wood, Judgment. Issuance of a bad check. Punishment assessed: fine and costs.

Randall Court at Law No. 2

Stephen Lee Fowler, Judgment. Driving with license invalid, enhanced. Punishment assessed: three days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Zachary Christopher Weatherly, Deferred adjudication. Fleeing police officer, imminent danger. Defendant received 12 months’ probation and costs.

Darian Nichole Deleon, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: 12 months’ probation and costs.

Catrina Lindsey Palmer, Judgment. Theft of property, more than $100 less than $750. Punishment assessed: 90 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Aaron Dallen Phongsavath, Judgment. Criminal trespass. Punishment assessed: 60 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Autumn Renee Jewett, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed: 45 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Dismissals

Potter County District Courts

251st District

Jose Luis Roman, Dec. 19, 1995 - Deliver controlled substance, more than 1 gram less than 4 grams. Dismissed Oct. 27

320th District

Kim Joseph Gonzales, May 11, 2012 - Possession of controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 200 grams. Dismissed Nov. 2

Christain Allison, Oct. 11, 2013 - Aggravated assault against public servant. Dismissed Nov. 1

Tyrone Johnson, April 10 - Evading arrest/detention. Dismissed Nov. 1

Potter Court at Law No. 1

Skyler Anthony Montanez, July 18 - Criminal trespass. Dismissed Oct. 25

Matthew Espy, March 27 - Failure to identify fugitive, intentionally give false information. Dismissed Nov. 2

Brandon Lloyd Herin, Dec. 17 - Reckless driving. Dismissed Oct. 24

Eric James Frausto, May 10 - Assault causing bodily injury, family violence. Dismissed Oct. 24

Diego Soto, April 22 - Resist arrest, search or transport. Dismissed Oct. 31

Potter Court at Law No. 2

Robert Bruce Hood, March 3 - Evading arrest/detention. Dismissed Oct. 31

Dalton Bryan Carrillo, June 21 - Interfere with emergency call. Dismissed Oct. 26

Potter County Court

Martha M. Watson, Dec. 2 - Theft of property, more than $100 less than $750 and Fraudulent checks, Class C. Dismissed Oct. 30

Jennifer Watkins, June 7, 2016 - Theft of property, more than $100 less than $750 and Fraudulent checks, Class C. Dismissed Oct. 25

Matthew James Novak, Oct. 14, 2015 - Theft of property, more than $100 less than $750 and Fraudulent checks, Class C. Dismissed Oct. 31

Ron Schwope, Feb. 22, 2016 - Theft of property, more than $100 less than $750 and Fraudulent checks, Class C. Dismissed Oct. 31

Randall County District Courts

251st District

Brandon James Greene, July 29 - Assault family/household member, with previous conviction. Dismissed Nov. 2 - The suspect in this case is Brandon Greene, but not the Brandon Greene that was indicted in this case.

Randall Court at Law No. 1

Michelle Renee Whitman, Sept. 15, 2016 - Theft of property, more than $100 less than $750. Dismissed Oct. 17

Miguel Wade Ramirez, Sept. 12 - Evading arrest/detention. Dismissed Oct. 19

Veronica Erivez, Oct. 1 - Assault causing bodily injury. Dismissed Oct. 17

Randall Court at Law No. 2

Barrett Carr Coon, Jan. 24, 2016 - Driving while intoxicated. Dismissed Oct. 19

Deandra Mae Rincon, July 24, 2016 - Theft of property, more than $100 less than $750. Dismissed Oct. 19

Tayler Alexa Stacker, Feb. 3 - Possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces. Dismissed Oct. 17

Revocations

Potter County District Courts

47th District

Rudy Hinojos Najera, Judgment to revoke probation. Theft of property, less than $1,500, two or more previous convictions. Punishment assessed: 12 months in state jail, $500 fine and costs.

320th District

Christal Jean Baker, Judgment to revoke probation. Manufacture/deliver controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 200 grams. Punishment assessed: seven years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Acquittals

Potter County District Courts

Potter Court at Law No. 1

Marco Anatonio Mendoza, Feb. 1 - Three charges of Domestic violence. Acquitted Oct. 26

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