POTTER COUNTY

47th District Court

Benito Martinez. Deferred adjudication. Credit or debit card abuse. Defendant received four years probation and costs.

David Verner Cole. Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received three years probation, $500 fine and costs.

Adrian Esteban Ruiz. Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received three years probation, $500 fine and costs.

Jonathan Sawier Lynn Martin. Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received four years probation, $500 fine and costs.

Justin Taylor Tyree. Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received three years probation, $500 fine and costs.

 

251st District Court

Isaias Reyes Jr. Judgment. Possession of a controlled substance, more than 1 gram / less than 4 grams. Punishment assessed three years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, $500 fine and costs.

Raul Holguin. Judgment on two charges. (1) Evading arrest/detention with a vehicle. Punishment assessed two years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs. (2) Unauthorized use of a vehicle. Punishment assessed 12 months in state jail and costs.

 

320th District Court

Jonathan Michael Craig. Judgment on two counts of sexual assault of a child. Punishment assessed six years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, $250 fine and costs on each count.

Gabriela Perez Hernandez. Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, more than 4 grams / less than 200 grams. Defendant received 10 years probation, $500 fine and costs.

Richard Jarrett De Los Santos. Deferred adjudication. Evading arrest/detention with a vehicle. Defendant received four years probation, $1,000 fine and costs.

Patrick Michael Jones. Judgment. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed four years probation, $500 fine and costs.

Kejuan Devante Parr. Judgment on two charges of theft of property, less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions. Punishment assessed 18 months in state jail and costs on each charge.

Kwavilyshun Dwashmana Cofer-Tallant. Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, more than 4 grams / less than 200 grams. Defendant received six years probation, $500 fine and costs.

 

108th District Court

Shawn Albert Clark. Judgment. Robbery. Punishment assessed two years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Royce Lanier Ezell. Judgment on three counts of indecency with a child, a lesser included offense of sexual indecency. Punishment assessed two years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs on each count.

Rebecca Jane Roberts. Judgment. Theft of property, less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions. Punishment assessed three years probation, $250 fine and costs.

Lanica Dawn Warren. Deferred adjudication. Secure execution of document by deception, more than $1,500 / less than $20,000. Defendant received two years probation and costs.

Esteban Plascencia-Gutierrez. Deferred adjudication. Possession of marijuana, more than 4 ounces / less than 5 pounds. Defendant received three years probation, $1,000 fine and costs.

Dustin Rex Price. Judgment. Burglary of a building. Punishment assessed 13 months in state jail and costs.

Jaydi Ann King. Deferred adjudication on two charges. (1) Forgery of a financial instrument, elderly and (2) fraudulent use/possession of identifying information, elderly, less than 5 items. Defendant received four years probation, $500 fine and costs on each charge.

Joshua Dewayne Brown. Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received three years probation, $500 fine and costs.

Shawna Kay Keys. Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, more than 1 gram / less than 4 grams. Defendant received three years probation, $500 fine and costs.

Richard Shawn Stevens. Judgment. Forgery of government/national instrument/money/security. Punishment assessed eight years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

 

Court at Law No. 1

Jumonte Deon Pritchett. Judgment. DWI, second offense. Punishment assessed 18 months probation and costs.

Marcus Robert Rogers. Judgment. Violation of bond/protective order. Punishment assessed 180 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Rebecca Nichole Pool. Judgment. Possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Joshua Charles McCauley. Judgment. False drug test falsification device. Punishment assessed 60 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Alexander Gilbert Mendoza. Judgment. Failure to identify fugitive, intentionally give false information. Punishment assessed 27 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Lorenzo Benjamin Valdez. Judgment. Criminal trespass. Punishment assessed 30 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Matiys Eshag Coco. Judgment. Theft of property, more than $100 / less than $750. Punishment assessed 120 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Casey Nolan Ballard. Judgment on two charges. (1) Evading arrest/detention and (2) criminal mischief, more than $100 / less than $750. Punishment assessed 90 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs on each charge.

Richard Leon Ochoa. Judgment. Failure to identify fugitive, intentionally give false information. Punishment assessed 60 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Brian Dale Kinter. Judgment. Criminal trespass. Punishment assessed 30 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Cynthia Marie Mondragon. Judgment. Failure to identify fugitive, intentionally give false information. Punishment assessed 21 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Pablo Luis Gonzalez. Judgment. Possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Xan Ormon. Judgment. Violation of bond/protective order. Punishment assessed 150 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Crystal Susan Velasquez. Judgment. Prohibited weapon, knuckles. Punishment assessed 12 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Arturo Hernandez. Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed two years probation and costs.

Chad Matthew Ragan. Judgment. False drug test falsification device. Punishment assessed 60 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Shannon Leann Riggen. Judgment. Possession of dangerous drug. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Eldon Pena. Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed 45 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Lori Diane Potts. Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed 30 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Alexander Ramos. Judgment on two charges. (1) Criminal trespass. Punishment assessed 30 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs. (2) Possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces. Punishment assessed six days in PCDC and costs.

 

Court at Law No. 2

Jason Eck Hartman. Judgment. Cruelty to non-livestock animals; fail to provide. Punishment assessed nine days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Danny Arrieta. Judgment. Evading arrest/detention. Punishment assessed 45 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Zoey Addison Baca. Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed 18 months probation and costs.

Kristan Hill. Judgment. Theft of property, less than $100 with previous conviction. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Stephen Flores. Judgment. Failure to identify, giving false/fictitious information. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Chelbi Antrael Mcintyre. Judgment. Failure to identify fugitive, intentionally give false information. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

McKinley Mae Lacy. Judgment. Possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Timothy West. Judgment. Driving with license invalid, enhanced. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Aaron Lopez. Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed 15 months probation and costs.

 

RANDALL COUNTY

47th District Court

Yussuf Abdirahman Mohamed. Deferred adjudication. Assault family/household member, impede breath/circulation. Defendant received four years probation and costs.

Stacia Ann Sterling. Deferred adjudication. Manufacture/deliver a controlled substance, more than 4 grams / less than 200 grams. Defendant received eight years probation and costs.

Tiffany Suezanne Matlock. Deferred adjudication on three charges of credit or debit card abuse. Defendant received four years probation and costs on each charge.

 

181st District Court

Lance Christopher Burnam. Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received three years probation, $2,000 fine and costs.

 

Court at Law No. 1

Jesse Genaro Enriquez. Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed three days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Devon William Ward. Judgment. Assault causing bodily injury, family violence. Punishment assessed nine days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Kyas Bray Rodriguez. Judgment. Driving while intoxicated, second offense. Punishment assessed 15 months probation and costs.

Ramon Jacob Hernandez. Judgment. Burglary of a vehicle. Punishment assessed 150 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Karli Lanell Scearce. Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed six days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Christopher Lee Posey. Deferred adjudication. Unlawfully carrying a weapon. Defendant received nine months probation and costs.

Jerry David Rodriguez. Judgment. Criminal trespass. Punishment assessed 180 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

 

Court at Law No. 2

Steven Hoffman. Judgment. Assault causing bodily injury. Punishment assessed 12 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Retha Jeneane Wells. Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed 12 months probation and costs.

Alfonso Villalobos. Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed 18 months probation and costs.

Eugene Teo Montano Jr. Judgment. Driving while intoxicated, second offense. Punishment assessed 90 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Joseph Dean Taylor III. Judgment. Fleeing police officer. Punishment assessed 30 days in Randall County Jail and costs.