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Five Sentenced in District Court

The Honorable Terry Flenniken sentenced five people in the 21st Judicial District Court on May 14, 2009. Three were found guilty of possession of a controlled substance, one was convicted of a subsequent DWI, and one was sentenced for forgery.

Eleazar Gavia, Jr., 22, of Stafford, Texas was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance-Cocaine, less than 1 gram. Gavia was sentenced to ten months confinement in Texas Department of Criminal Justice State Jail Facility and ordered to pay $300 court costs, $400 court appointed attorney fee, $140 restitution and $50 drug court fee.

Buster Lee Pampell, 27, of Giddings was convicted of possession of a controlled substance-Methamphetamine, less than 1 gram, and sentenced to six months confinement in Texas Department of Criminal Justice State Jail Facility. Pampell was also ordered to pay $300 court costs, $400 court appointed attorney fee, $140 restitution and $50 drug court fee.

Homero Facundo, Jr., 41, of Giddings, was convicted of driving while intoxicatedsubsequent. Facundo was sentenced to seven years confinement in Texas Department of Criminal Justice probated seven years. Facundo was also ordered to pay $3000 fine, $400 court appointed attorney fee, $50 drug court fee, $50 Bluebonnet Area Crime Stopper fee and $100 EMS Trauma Fund. Facundo's driver's license is suspended for two years and he must serve 30 days confinement in Lee County Law Enforcement Center as a condition of probation. He must also perform 200 hours of community service restitution and participate in the DWI and Victim Impact Panel Programs as a condition of probation. In addition, the Ignition Interlock System will be installed in Facundo's vehicle for 42 months.

Pauline Minton, 45, of Lincoln, was found guilty of forgery by passing. She was sentenced to four years probation and ordered to pay $300 courts costs, $400 court appointed attorney fee and $1,000 fine.

David Dean Baze, 30, of Giddings was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance-Methamphetamine, less than 1 gram and sentenced to three years probation. Baze must also pay $300 court costs, $140 restitution, $50 drug court fee, $50 Bluebonnet Area Crime Stopper Fee and perform 100 hours of community service restitution and complete a drug and/or alcohol treatment evaluation and counseling program.

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