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2010-12-23 / Front Page

Twelve People Sentenced in District Court

Twelve people were sentenced in the 21st Judicial District Court this month, the Honorable Terry Flenniken and the Honorable Reva Towslee- Corbett presiding.

Alex Jaraun Howard, 28 of Giddings, was disposed for injury to a child and received 20 years confinement in the TDCJ. He was ordered to pay $484 in fees and fines.

Byron Daniel Davis, 27 of Giddings, was sentenced for theft of property less than $1500 with 2 or more previous convictions and for harassment of a public servant. He was sentenced to three years total in TDCJ and ordered to pay a total of $1626 in fees and fines.

Sarah Michelle Waters, 27 of San Marcos, was sentenced for forgery by passing and received 2 years confinement in the TDCJ with fines and fees amounting to $1086.25.

Adrian Jameal Outlaw, 25 of Giddings, was sentenced for possession of a controlled substance- Cocaine, less than 1 gram and for Retaliation. He received 6 months confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center and 4 years confinement in the TDCJ, probated 4 years. He was ordered to pay a total of $2766 in fees and fines. He was also ordered to write a Letter of Apology to law enforcement.

Marilyn Diane Wagoner, 38 of Giddings, was sentenced for forgery by passing. She received 2 years confinement in the TDCJ, probated 3 years, to run concurrent with a forgery case in Lee County District Court. Her fines and fees totaled $2154. She was ordered to enter and successfully complete a substance abuse felony punishment facility treatment program.

Patricia Morales, 36 of La Grange, was sentenced for unauthorized use of motor vehicle. The defendant received 270 days confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center (revocation) and ordered to pay all costs previously assessed plus $756.87 in fees, fines and restitution.

Houston Tate Sutton, 21 of Dimmit, was sentenced for intoxication manslaughter. He received 10 years confinement in the TDCJ, probated 10 years. He was ordered to pay $20,438 in fees, fines and restitution. His driver’s license will be suspended for 1 year and he must perform 200 hours community service restitution (alcohol related), and serve 120 days confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center.

Clyde Allen Eilers, 56 of Coupland, was sentenced for driving while intoxicated-subsequent. He received 6 years confinement in the TDCJ probated 6 years. Along with fees amounting to $2338, the defendant received 1 year driver’s license suspension and ignition interlock installed in his vehicle while on probation. He will also enter and successfully complete the DWI Intervention Program and Victim Impact Panel Program, forfeiture of weapon seized during this offense and enter and successfully complete the substance abuse felony punishment facility treatment program as a condition of probation.

Jared Blake Becker, 18 of Giddings, was sentenced for possession of a controlled substance– 3, 4-Methylenedioxy Methamphetamine, 1-4 grams. The defendant received revocation of original sentence, 5 years confinement in the TDCJ with all costs previously assessed plus $400 court appointed attorney fee on revocation matters.

Michael Longoria, 27 of Giddings, was sentenced for driving while intoxicated-subsequent. He received 3 years confinement in the TDCJ probated 3 years. The fines totaled $2504 and the defendant is to enter and successfully complete the Victim Impact Panel Program and DWI Intervention Program as conditions of probation. His driver’s license was suspended; he was ordered to perform 100 hours community service restitution and successfully complete the Central Texas Treatment Center Program. He will also have ignition interlock installed in his vehicle during probation.

Rachelle Alene Estep, 31 of Somerville, was sentenced for driving while intoxicated with child passenger. The defendant received 2 years confinement in the TDCJ probated 2 years. Her fines and fee totaled $1788. She also received 100 hours community service restitution and enter and successfully complete the Victim Impact Panel Program and the DWI Intervention Program as conditions of probation.

Andrew Marcus Gray, 23 of Humble, was sentenced for possession of a controlled substance- Ketamine, 1-4 grams. The defendant received 5 years probation plus fines in the amount of $2078. He was ordered to serve 300 hours restitution, forfeit $2461, and be entered into and successfully complete the Drug Offender Education Program as a condition of probation.

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