Five Sentenced in Lee County District Court
Five people were sentenced on October 4, 2011 in the 21st District Court of Lee County, the Honorable Reva Towslee-Corbett presiding.
Martin Olalde Martinez, 25 of Diboll, Texas, was sentenced to two years confinement in a Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice state jail facility for driving while intoxicated (subsequent). He was ordered to pay $964 in court costs and fees and will see his driver’s license suspended for one year.
Pedro Luis Moctezuma- Cuevas, 22 of Austin, was sentenced to 18 months confinement in a TDCJ state jail facility for evading arrest or detention with a vehicle. He was ordered to pay $3,288 in court costs and fees in addition to serving time.
Harvey Lee Sneed, Jr., 51 of Austin saw his original sentence for driving while intoxicated with a child passenger revoked, as the Judge ordered him to spend one year confined in a TDCJ state jail facility. He was ordered to pay all courts costs and fees previously assessed plus an additional $400 on revocation matters.
Theresa Torres, 36 of Giddings, was sentenced for two counts of abandoning or endangering a child. In the first case, she was sentenced to 180 days confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center and ordered to pay $888 in court costs and fees. In the second matter, she received two years confinement in the TDCJ state jail facility, probated five years. The Judge ordered her to pay $1,888 in fees and court costs on that matter and she ordered her to successfully complete the Intermediate Sanctions Facility Program and parenting classes. Torres will also submit to substance abuse evaluation and treatment, as well as abide by the Child Protective Services Plan outlined for her.
Raul Beltran, 47 of Victoria, Texas, received ten years probation on a sentencing of ten years in the TDCJ state jail facility for driving while intoxicated (subsequent). He will spend ten days confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center as a condition of his probation and he will pay $3,448 in fines, court costs and fees. The defendant will have an ignition interlock system installed in his vehicle and he must submit to drug and/or alcohol evaluation and treatment. He must successfully complete a Victim Impact Panel Program and the DWI Intervention Program. His driver’s license will be suspended for one year.