Sentencings Put Two Behind Bars
Four people were sentenced in the 21st Judicial District Court on Tuesday, November 8, the Honorable Terry Flenniken presiding.
Cameron Hentschel, 23 of Giddings, was given six months confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice State Jail Facility for causing injury to a child. He was ordered to pay $788 in court costs and fees, as well as ordered to pay $100 to the Child Abuse Prevention Fund.
Ronnie Lee Mathis was also ordered to serve six months in jail, his time to be in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center, for assault causing bodily injury. Mathis was ordered to pay $400 for his court appointed attorney and his original sentence was revoked.
Thomas Edward Webb, II, 24 of San Marcos, saw his two year confinement sentence probated for four years for evading arrest or detention with a vehicle. He will pay $2,288 in fines, fees and court costs, plus serve 150 hours of community service restitution. One condition of his probation sees him spending six days in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center.
Calvin Maurice Bradley, Jr., 22 of Burton, was given four years probation for attempted burglary of a habitation. The Judge ordered him to pay $1,788 in court costs, fines and fees. He also ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service restitution.