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2012-06-28 / Front Page

District Court Sentences Seven

Seven people were sentenced in the 21st District Court of Lee County on Thursday, June 21, with the Honorable Reva Towslee- Corbett presiding.

Ruben Rocha, 46 of Giddings, was sentenced to 404 days confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice State Jail Facility for burglary of a building. He had his original sentence revoked and was assessed all previous costs plus an additional $400 for his court appointed attorney on revocation matters.

Deborah Lynn Cox, 40 of Ledbetter, was sentenced to 365 days in the TDCJ State Jail Facility for abandoning or endangering a child. She, too, had her original sentence revoked and was ordered to pay all previous costs plus an additional $400 for her court appointed attorney on revocation matters.

Bobby Earl Punchard, 54 of Ledbetter, was given 365 days confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center for attempted bail jumping and failure to appear on a felony. He was ordered to pay a total of $788 in court costs and fees.

Michael Wayne Hodge, 49 of Giddings, was sentenced to 200 days confinement in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center for theft, less than $1,500, with two previous convictions. He, too, was ordered to pay a total of $788 in court costs and fees.

Franco Villala-Segundo, 26 of Giddings, was sentenced to 180 days in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center for driving while intoxicated. He was ordered to pay a total of $1,753 in court costs, fees and fines and had his driver’s license suspended for one year.

Ricardo Jimanez, Jr., 20 of Paige, was given seven years probation for indecency with a child by exposure. He was ordered to pay a total of $4,888 in court costs, fees and fines and ordered to register as a sex offender and submit to sex offender evaluation and treatment.

Frankie Lee Mathis, III, 22 of Ledbetter, was given five years probation for possession of a controlled substance – cocaine, 1 to 4 grams. He was ordered to pay a total of $3,588 in court costs, fees and fines. Mathis was also ordered to perform 400 hours of community service and to successfully complete a drug/alcohol treatment program.

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