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Six Sentenced in District Court

Six people were sentenced in the 21st District Court of Lee County on Tuesday, December 13, the Honorable Reva Towlsee- Corbett presiding.

Jose Marquez Delarosa, 26 of Giddings, was sentenced for sexual assault. He was ordered to spend two years confined in the TDCJ state jail facility and ordered to pay $488 in court costs, funds and fees. He was also ordered to register as a sex offender.

James Lee Moore, 43 of Giddings, was sentenced to two years in the TDCJ state jail facility for violation of protective order, assault causing bodily injury. He was ordered to pay a total of $788 in court costs and fees.

Alfonso N. Balderas, Sr., 47 of Giddings, was sentenced to one year in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center for assault – family violence. The Judge ordered him to pay $1,288 in court costs, fines and fees.

Monika Lynn Barriga, 30 of Goldthwaite, Texas, was sentenced on two counts. The first was for credit card abuse, for which she was ordered to spend 300 days confinement in the TDCJ state jail facility and pay $788 in court costs, fees and fines. The second charge was for burglary of a habitation, for which she was given five years probation and ordered to pay $5,788 in court costs, fines and fees and an additional $17,958.83 in restitution.

Louis Jerry Senkyrik, Jr., 65 of Carmine, was also sentenced on two counts. The first was theft, for which he was ordered to spend 180 days confined in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center and pay $788 in court costs and fees. The second charge was for assault against a public servant. For that charge, he was given five years probation and ordered to pay an additional $788 in court costs and fees. He was also ordered to pay $1,200 in restitution.

Hayden Allen Eubanks, 24 of Austin, was sentenced for attempted possession of a controlled substance, analogue-methylone, 1 – 4 grams. He was given four years probation and ordered to pay $4,088 in court costs, fees and fines and he was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service. Eubanks was also ordered to complete a drug/alcohol evaluation and treatment program.

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