Several enter guilty pleas

December 22, 2011

Several have entered guilty pleas this week to Judge Glen Harrison during 32nd Judicial District Court proceedings, prosecuted by District Attorney Ann Reed and Assistant District Attorney C. Barrett Thomas.

Several have entered guilty pleas this week to Judge Glen Harrison during 32nd Judicial District Court proceedings, prosecuted by District Attorney Ann Reed and Assistant District Attorney C. Barrett Thomas.
Waylon Daniel Pope, with attorney Paul Hanneman, pled guilty to burglary of a habitation, a second degree felony. For his plea, Pope received eight years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated for eight years. He will also have to pay a $2,500 fine, $559 in court costs and $500 in attorney's fees. He will also serve 240 hours of community service for this offense.
Pope also pled guilty to evading arrest with a vehicle, a state jail felony. For this offense, Pope received two years confinement in the State Jail Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated for five years. He will also have to pay a $500 fine, $343 in court costs and $500 in attorney's fees. He will also serve 120 hours of community service for this offense.
Ocie Lee Jennings, with attorney Mike Brown, pled guilty to aggravated assault with serious bodily injury. For his plea, Jennings received eight years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated for five years. He will also have to pay a $3,000 fine, $343 in court costs, $500 in attorney's fees and $5,000 to the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund. He will also serve 240 hours of community service for this offense.
Ceddrick Joshua Reed, with attorney Mike Brown, pled guilty to assault by impeding breath/circulation, a third degree felony. For his plea, Reed received five years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated for three years. He will also have to pay a $2,000 fine, $343 in court costs and $500 in attorney's fees. He will also serve 160 hours of community service for this offense and will have to attend and successfully complete the Male Batterers Intervention Program.
Eric Barnard Brown, with attorney Trey Keith, pled guilty to possession of a controlled substance, namely cocaine, a state jail degree felony. For his plea, Brown received two years confinement in the State Jail Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated for two years. He will also have to pay a $1,000 fine, $384 in court costs and $500 in attorney's fees. He will also serve 120 hours of community service for this offense.
Terry Wayne Amos, with attorney Jeff Allen, pled guilty to the lesser included offense of possession of marijuana, classified as a Class A Misdemeanor. For his plea, Amos received one year confinement in the Nolan County Jail, probated for one year. He will also have to pay a $500 fine, $384 in court costs and $500 in attorney’s fees. He will also serve 120 hours of community service for this offense.
Daniel Joseph Lopez, with attorney John Young, pled guilty to driving while intoxicated, classified as a Class A Misdemeanor as the state abandoned an enhancement. For his plea, Lopez received one year confinement in the Nolan County Jail, probated for two years. He will also have to pay a $2,500 fine and $484 in court costs. He will also serve 120 hours of community service for this offense, as well as serve 72 hours confinement in the Nolan County Jail. His driver’s license will be suspended for six months.

Comments

Same old story

December 22, 2011 by pmaxy12 (not verified), 2 years 34 weeks ago
Comment: 367

Same as all the past stories, probabtion for anyone. What do you have to do to go to jail out of Sweetwater.

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