Several pleas entered

May 18, 2011

David Padilla pled guilty to Judge Glen Harrison during 32nd Judicial District Court proceedings on Monday, May 16, 2011, to possession of a controlled substance, namely dihydrocodeinone, a third degree felony. The date of offense was Jan. 27, 2010. For his plea, Padilla received five years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated for five years. He will have to pay a fine of $3,500, $384 in court costs and $280 in restitution to the Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Laboratory in Abilene. He will also have to serve 240 hours of community service.
Pleas from Monday, May 9, 2011 include the following:
• Brett Anthony Rodriguez pled guilty to continuous violence against the family, a third degree felony. He was sentenced to five years of community supervision and was ordered to pay a $3,500 fine and $309 in court costs. He will have to serve 160 hours of community service and shall attend and successfully complete the Male Batterers Intervention program through community supervision.
• Joseph Raul Bugarin pled guilty to driving while intoxicated with a child passenger, a state jail felony. He was sentenced to two years confinement in the State Jail Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated to five years. He was ordered to pay a $1,500 fine, $484 in court costs and $500 in attorney's fees. He will have to serve three days mandatory jail time and 120 hours of community service. His driver's license will be suspended for 180 days.
• Monty Wayne Meares pled guilty to family violence assault, a third degree felony. For his plea, Meares was sentenced to five years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated to five years. He was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine, $309 in court costs and $500 in attorney's fees. He will have to serve 160 hours of community service.
• George Wallace Peeples pled guilty to robbery, a second degree felony. He was sentenced to three years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. He was ordered to pay a $1,00 fine, $384 in court costs and $500 in attorney's fees. He received 350 days credit for time already served in jail.
• John Steven Williams pled guilty to family violence assault, a third degree felony. For his plea, Williams received 10 years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated for five years. He was ordered to pay a fine of $500, $309 in court costs and $500 in attorney's fees. He will have to serve 160 hours of community service and shall attend and successfully complete the Male Batterers Intervention program through community supervision.
• David Leslie Woolf pled true to a motion to adjudicate for possession of a controlled substance, namely methamphetamine, a state jail felony. He was originally out on community supervision in July 21, 2009. He was sentenced to two years confinement in the State Jail Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated to five years. He will have to pay a $1,000 fine, $370 in court costs, $140 in restitution to the Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Laboratory in Abilene and $1,000 in attorney's fees. He will also have to serve 120 hors of community service an 180 days up-front jail time in the State Jail Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
• Jacob Cole Mendez pled true to a motion to revoke probation charge. Mendez was originally convicted of possession of a controlled substance, namely cocaine, a state jail felony, on June 1, 2009. He received 12 months confinement in the State Jail Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Mendez was ordered to pay a fine of $1,500, $370 in court costs, $140 in restitution to the Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Laboratory in Abilene and $1,000 in attorney's fees. He will receive 34 days credit towards his sentence for jail time already served.

Comments

There goes the judge

May 18, 2011 by pmaxy12 (not verified), 3 years 18 weeks ago
Comment: 158

As usual, the probation judge strikes again. You can have drugs, drive drunk with a kid in the car and beat up your family and count on only getting probation in this county. Come to Sweetwater to do your crime, you can't possibly go to prison!

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