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2009-10-15 / Front Page

Seven Sentenced in District Court

On October 8, 2009 in the 21st Judicial District Court of Lee County, the honorable Reva Towslee-Corbett handed down sentences to seven individuals. Daniel Morales, 21 of Austin, received two five year sentences in TDCJ to run concurrently for two counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance, Repeat Felony Offender. He was also assessed $2400 in fines, costs, and restitution on the cases.

Clarence Williams III, 21 of Ledbetter, was sentenced to 5 years confinement in TDCJ for Assault- Family Violence-Bodily Injury- Enhanced. In addition, he was assessed $2200 in fines, costs and fees.

Mary Ann Morgan Johnson, 42 of Corpus Christi, received 5 years probation of a 2 year sentence for Theft Less Than $1500 with two prior theft convictions. She must also pay $7,963.99 in restitution, fine, court costs and fees.

Christopher Jereth Heyward 22 of Smithville, was sentenced to 18 months confinement in TDCJ State Jail Facility; probated 5 years for a charge of Possession of Marijuana. He must serve 23 days confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center as a condition of probation, successfully complete a Drug Offender Education Program, pay $2436 in fines, fees and court costs and perform 150 hours of community service.

Rex Allen Caine, 48 of Schulenburg, was sentenced to one year confinement in TDCJ State Jail Facility, probated three years for Hindering Secured Creditor. He was assessed a $500 fine plus $3445.79 in fines, court costs, and fees and must perform 200 hours of community service.

Darryl Renaldo Haywood, 45 of Manor, received 3 years probation and $7400 restitution for Misapplication of Fiduciary Property. He was assessed $850 in court costs and fees plus 200 hours of community service.

Christopher Ron Bradshaw, 19 of Giddings, was given 5 years probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance. He must pay a $500 fine plus $940 in court costs, restitution and fees, and perform 100 hours community service. He must enter and successfully complete the Drug Offender Education Program.

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