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Dime Box Woman Sentenced by Visiting Judge

A Dime Box woman and six other people were sentenced in the 21st Judicial District Court of Lee County last Thursday, April 19, 2012. Visiting Judge Dan Beck presided.

Destiny Nicole Roberson, 22 of Dime Box, was sentenced for two counts, the first being aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury and the second being theft of property, less than $1,500 with two or more previous convictions. In the first case, Roberson was sentenced to ten years in the state jail facility and was ordered to pay a total of $788 in court costs and fees. In the second case, Judge Beck sentenced her to 365 days confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center and ordered her to pay an additional $788 for court costs and fees.

Robert Allen White, 43 of Pflugerville, was sentenced for theft of property valued between $1,500 and $20,000. His original sentence was revoked and he was ordered to spend two years confined in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice State Jail Facility. He was ordered to pay all costs previously assessed, plus an additional $400 court appointed attorney fee on revocation matters.

William Earl Brown, 52 of Giddings, was sentenced to one year’s confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center for assault – family violence. He was also ordered to pay a total of $788 in court costs and fees.

Justin Howard, 23 of Lexington, was ordered to spend 180 days confined in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center for assaultfamily violence and he was ordered to pay a total of $788 in court costs and fees, plus to pay an additional $100 to the Family Violence Center Fund.

Gerald Brady Hallford, 27 of Cypress, Texas, was sentenced to two years in the TDCJ state jail facility, probated five years. The Judge ordered him to pay a total of $2,488 in court costs, fees, fines and funds and also ordered him to spend 10 days in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center as a condition of his probation. He was also ordered to perform 100 hours of community service restitution.

Travis Earl Houston, 24 of Schulenburg, was given three years probation for theft of property valued between $1,500 and $20,000 – aggregation of amounts involved in theft and engaging in organized criminal activity. He was also ordered to pay $3,462.40 in court costs, fines, and fees and he was ordered to perform 200 hours community service restitution.

David Garrison, 62 of Lexington, was given two years probation for misapplication of fiduciary property. He was ordered to pay $388 in court costs and fees and ordered to write a letter of apology to the victim of his offense. He must also pay $7,690 restitution.

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