District Court Sentences Five
On July 9, 2009, with the Honorable Terry Flenniken presiding, five individuals were sentenced in the 21st Judicial District Court of Lee County, Texas.
Beverly Ann Devost, 42, of Caldwell was sentenced to one year confinement in TDCJ State Jail Facility for Forgery. She was also ordered to pay $207.84 restitution; $300.00 Court Costs and $400.00 Court Appointed Attorney Fee.
Roland Saucedo Zoch, 34, of La Grange had a 10 year sentence in TDCJ probated for 10 years for Driving While Intoxicated- Subsequent. He was assessed a $5,000.00 Fine; $300.00 Court Costs; $100.00 EMS Trauma Fund; $50.00 Bluebonnet Area Crime Stopper Fee; $50.00 Drug Court Fee; 100 hours of community service restitution; Two years driver's license suspension. He must also enter and complete DWI and Victim Impact Panel Programs; Complete treatment at Freedom Hill Treatment Center; complete 90 consecutive week-ends in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center as a condition of probation.
Having been convicted of DWI With Child Passenger, Jose Angel Garcia-Delarosa, 31, of Giddings received a sentence of 18 months confinement in TDCJ State Jail Facility probated three years. He was fined $3000.00 and assessed $300.00 Court Costs; $100.00 EMS Trauma Fund; $50.00 Drug Court Fee; $50.00 Bluebonnet Area Crime Stopper Fee. He must also complete DWI and Victim Impact Panel Programs; 300 hours community service restitution; six months driver's license suspension, and must pay $100.00 to the Child Abuse Prevention Fund.
Cina Katrice Campbell, 30, of Houston was sentenced to 18 months confinement in TDCJ State Jail Facility, probated three years for Theft Less Than $1500.00 With Two Prior Theft Convictions. She must pay a $1000.00 Fine; $200.00 Court Costs; $50.00 Bluebonnet Area Crime Stopper Fee, and complete 100 hours community service restitution.
For Injury to a Child, Crystal Ledelle Polk, 22, of Lexington received 10 years probation and assessed a $2500.00 fine; $50.00 Bluebonnet Area Crime Stopper Fee; $100.00 Child Abuse Prevention Fund. She must enter and successfully complete the Central Texas Treatment Center Program.