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2009-06-11 / Front Page

Lexington Man and Five Others Sentenced in District Court

Six people were found guilty of crimes ranging from possession of cocaine to failure to stop and render assistance in the 21st Judicial District Court of Lee County on Thursday, June 4, 2009. The Honorable Harold Towslee presided over the dispositions.

Lexington resident, Adaryll Taryll Crawford, 30, was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance-Cocaine, 1- 4 grams and sentenced to 4 ½ years confinement in Texas Department of Criminal Justice; $300 court costs, $50 drug court fee and $140 restitution.

Collin Taylor Stembridge, 21, of Ledbetter, Texas was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance-Cocaine, less than 1 gram and received a revocation of original sentence and was sentenced to 15 months confinement in Texas Department of Criminal Justice State Jail Facility. He was also ordered to pay all costs previously assessed plus $400 court appointed attorney fee.

Jordan Armond Mackey, 18, of the Texas Youth Commission in Giddings, was sentenced to three years confinement in Texas Department of Criminal Justice, ordered to pay $300 court costs and $400 court appointed attorney fee for harassment by person in correctional facility against a public servant.

Alisha Michelle Campbell, 35, of Houston, was found guilty of failure to stop and render assistance. She was sentenced to five years confinement in Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated five years; and 60 days confinement in Lee County Jail as a condition of probation. She was also ordered to pay $2,000 fine, $300 court costs, $400 court appointed attorney fee, $50 drug court fee, and must attend drug assessment and counseling and have an Ignition Interlock System installed in her vehicle.

Jose Juan Aleman, 25, of Thrall was convicted of evading arrest or detention with vehicle and sentenced to 18 months confinement in Texas Department of Criminal Justice State Jail Facility, probated four years, and 35 days confinement in Lee County Jail as a condition of probation. Aleman was also ordered to pay $1,500 fine, $300 courts costs, $400 court appointed attorney fee and ordered to pay a $50 Bluebonnet Area Crime Stopper fee.

Cody Joe Prior, 30, of Ledbetter was convicted of theft of less than $1500 with two prior theft convictions. Prior was sentenced to 18 months confinement in Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice State Jail Facility; probated three years. He was also ordered to pay $1,500 fine, $39 restitution, $300 court costs, $400 court appointed attorney fee, and perform 100 hours of community service restitution.

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