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Probation revoked in vandalism case

CAMERON—A 22-year-old Milano man, on probation for a vandalism incident at Yoe High School, had his deferred adjudication probation revoked last week in 20th District Court and was assessed a two-year prison term.

Prosecutor Kerry Spears said Ronnie Karl was also ordered to pay $1,149.72 in restitution.

Karl pleaded “true” to violating probation conditions on an original charge of criminal mischief ($20,000 to $100,000).

Spears listed other cases disposed of last week in 20th District Court as follows:

• Larry Keith Young, 62, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to felon in possession of a firearm, fiveyear prison term, $3,700 parole restitution.

• Curtis Russell, 23, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to injury to a child, 12-month state jail term.

• Eugene Eddie Collins, 48, Gause, pleaded guilty to prohibited sexual contact, eight-year prison term. Collins also pleaded true to violating probation conditions for tampering with evidence and drew another eight-year prison sentence. Terms will run concurrently.

• Herman Griffith Miller, 19, Thorndale, pleaded true to violating probation conditions on an original charge of burglary of a habitation, five-year prison term, $5,227 in parole restitution. Griffith also pleaded true to violating probation conditions on another charge of burglary of a habitation, received a second five-year sentence and was ordered to pay $7,340 additional parole restitution.


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