Six Sentenced in District Court
Six people were sentenced in the 21st Judicial District Court of Lee County, on March 8, 2011, with the Honorable Reva Towslee-Corbett presiding.
Kelly Tobias Garner, 55 of Lexington, was sentenced for forgery by passing and given revocation of original sentence, 365 days confinement in the TDCJ State Jail Facility, all costs previously assessed plus $400 court appointed attorney fee on revocation matters.
Kendale Lane Wiley, 26 of Giddings, was sentenced for forgery by passing, and was given 2 years confinement in the TDCJ, probated five years. Wiley was also sentenced for fraudulent use or possession of identifying information, less than 10 items. She received 4 years probation. For both charges, she was ordered to pay $8,676 for fines, fees, court costs and restitution.
Eugenia Kay Hargrove, 44 of Lexington, was sentenced for driving while intoxicated with child passenger. For this she received 2 years confinement in the TDCJ, probated 4 years and ordered to pay $2,638 in fines, fees and court costs. Her driver’s license is suspended for 123 days, an ignition interlock system is to be installed in her vehicle, enter and complete a victim impact panel program and an alcohol education program, and complete a 5-week intensive outpatient treatment program.
Yne Charlezett Jackson, 29 of Giddings, was sentenced for fraudulent use or possession of identifying information, less than 5 items. She received 18 months confinement in the TDCJ, probated 3 years and ordered to spend 90 days confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center, zero tolerances as to any theft charges while on probation, and not issue any checks while on probation. She was also sentenced a for credit card or debit card abuse, Count 1. For this she received 6 months confinement in the TDCJ, probated 2 years. She was ordered to pay a total of $3,006.17 in fines, fees and court costs for both charges.
Brenda Gail Barakat, 19 of La Grange, was sentenced for theft of property-$1,500-$20,000, aggregation of amounts involved in theft – engaging in organized criminal activity. She received 4 years probation and was ordered to pay $6,864 in fines, fees, restitution and court costs and was ordered to spend 45 days confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center as a condition of probation.
Avahn Deprea Crumb, 19, was sentenced for enticing a child. He received 5 years probation, and ordered to pay $1,638 in fines, fees and court costs and 150 hours community service restitution.