Child sex offenses draw 20-year terms
CAMERON—Two men drew 20-year prison terms last week in 20th District Court on separate cases of aggravated sexual assault of a child.
A third man drew a 20-year term on another sex of fense involving a child.
Mark Jackson, 33, of Rockdale received a 20-year term from District Judge Ed Magre after pleading guilty to aggravated sexual assault of a child.
Jose Augustin Gutierrez-Perez, 30, of Cameron, pleaded “no contest to aggravated sexual assault of a child.
He also drew a 20-year sentence from Judge Magre.
A lso, Robert Eugene Boatwright, 61, Burlington, pleaded guilty to two counts of indecency with a child by contact.
He was assessed two concurrent 20-year sentences by the judge.
Other cases disposed of during the past week were listed as follows by Prosecutor Kerry Spears:
• Logan Dellerman, 21, Rockdale, pleaded “true” to violating probation conditions on an original conviction of burglary of a building, 12-month state jail term, $153.94 restitution.
• Julio Ricardo-Martinez, 21, Alamo, pleaded “true” to violating probation conditions on a motion to proceed for possession of a controlled substance (1 to 4 grams), four-year prison term.
• Jose Antonio Corona, 30, Cameron, drew a two-year prison term after he was found to have violated probation conditions for assault on a public servant, twoyear prison term.