2009-12-24 / Front Page

Six Sentenced in District Court

On December 15, 2009, in the 21st Judicial District Court of Lee County, Judge Terry Flenniken handed down sentences of six individuals.

Gerald Dewon Walker, 17, a resident of the Texas Youth Commission was convicted of Aggravated Assault Against a Public Servant-Serious Bodily Injury. He was sentenced to 12 years confinement in the TDCJ and assessed $750 in courts costs and fees.

Paul James Sanders, 52, of Dime Box was given 2 years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender. He was also assessed $750 in court costs and fees.

Eddie Ray Smith, 44, of Cameron was sentenced to 8 years confinement in the TDCJ, probated for 5 years for Driving While Intoxicated-Subsequent. He must serve 60 days confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center as a condition of probation and pay a $3500 fine. He was also assessed $400 court costs and fees; must perform 300 hours of community service restitution; and have an Ignition Interlock installed in his vehicle. He must complete the Victim Impact Panel and Driving While Intoxicated Intervention and Prevention Programs and pay $100 to the EMS Trauma Fund. He also received a 2 year suspension of his driver’s license.

Davis Ronald Beverly, 51, of Caldwell received 5 years probation of a 2 year sentence in the TDCJ State Jail Facility for Theft by Check Less Than $1500 with 2 Prior Theft Convictions. He must pay $3,696.79 restitution, $600 fine, and $350 court costs and fees. He must also perform 400 hours of community service restitution.

Naomi Alexi Esparza, 20, of San Antonio, was given 5 years probation and a $100 fine for Hindering Secured Creditor. She was assessed $750 in court costs and fees and must perform 100 hours community service.

Ramon Enrique Flores, 39, on a charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance-Cocaine, Less Than 1 Gram, was given 4 years probation. He was fined $2500 and assessed $240 in court costs, fees and restitution. He must also perform 100 hours community service.

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