District Court Sends Five to Jail
The 21st Judicial District Court saw five people sentenced to jail confinement, with two others missing that experience, having been given probation. The Honorable Reva Towslee-Corbett presided over the court on Thursday, August 9, 2012.
Constance Remke Burke, 48 of Houston, was sentenced to ten years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine, 1 to 4 grams. She was ordered to pay a total of $788 in court costs and fees plus an additional $140 restitution.
Nicholas Vernell Blair, 18 of Amarillo, was given two concurrent jail terms of six years each, one for assault on a public servant (count one and count two) and the other for harassment (count one and count two). He was ordered to pay a total of $1,576 in court costs and fees.
Christopher Ron Bradshaw, 22 of Giddings, saw his original sentence revoked and he was sentenced to four years in jail for possession of a controlled substance – cocaine, 1 to 4 grams – in a drug free zone. He was ordered by the Judge to pay all costs previously assessed for his crime.
Adrian Barnard Fisher, 24 of Giddings, also saw his original sentence revoked for burglary of a building. He was ordered to spend 270 days in a TDCJ facility and ordered to pay all costs previously assessed, plus an additional $400 for his court appointed attorney on a Motion to Revoke Probation matters.
Brian Lee Koehn, 46 of Giddings, was sentenced to ten years confinement in the TDCJ, probated ten years, for driving while intoxicated, subsequent. He was ordered to pay a total of $1,548 in fines, court costs, and fees. He was also ordered to successfully complete a victim impact panel program, a DWI education program, the Intermediate Sanctions Facility Program, and the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Program. His driver’s license was suspended and an ignition interlock system must be installed in any vehicle he operates.
Allen Sharell Bledsoe, 26 of Giddings, was given ten years probation for burglary of a habitation. He was ordered to pay a total of $1,788 in fines, courts costs and fees, plus an additional $1,705.97 in restitution. The Judge ordered him to perform 200 hours of community service and to successfully complete the Intermediate Sanctions Facility Program.
Eldridge Jones III, 55 of Cameron, was sentenced to 180 days in the Lee County Law Enforcement Center, probated two yhears, for theft $500 to $1,500. He was ordered to pay a total of $1,288 in fines, court costs and fees and an additional $1,750 in restitution. The Judge ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service restitution, as well.