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Two draw convictions on sex offense charges

CAMERON—Two men in their mid-60s were convicted on charges involving sexual offenses last week in 20th District Court.

Prosecutor Kerry Spears said Leonardo Rubio Sr., 65, of Rockdale, pleaded guilty to sexual assault of a child and was placed on eight years deferred adjudication probation with standard conditions of sex offender probation.

Judge John Youngblood also ordered the defendant to have no contact with the victim.

Joseph Bedford, 66, of Austin pleaded “true” to violating his probation conditions on a motion to revoke probation on an original conviction for failure to register as a sex offender.

He drew a four-year prison term in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

Spears listed other case dispositions during the week as follows:

• Stacie Nicole McIlroy, 20, Arlington, pleaded guilty to a lesser-second degree offense of possession of a controlled substance (4 to 400 grams) and drew a two-year prison term plus $10 restitution.

McIlroy also pleaded guilty to a lesser second degree offense, possession of a controlled substance (4 to 200 grams).

She drew a second two-year prison term and was ordered to forfeit a .357 Magnum firearm.

• Wesley Eugene Parker, 36, Milano pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance (less than one gram) and received a two-year prison term, probated five years, ordered to successfully complete Central Texas Treatment Center and pay a $140 fine.

• William Nauer Jr., 26, Cameron, pleaded guilty to three counts of delivery of a controlled substance (less than one gram) and one count of possession of a controlled substance (less than one gram).

He received four two-year state jail sentences and was ordered to pay $140 restitution.

• Ryndol Lee Brown Jr., 48, Rogers, pleaded guilty to forgery of a financial instrument, elderly, was placed on five years deferred adjudication probation and ordered to pay $2,236.41 restitution.


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