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Eight draw terms in 20th District Court

CAMERON—Eight persons were sentenced last week in 20th District Court of Milam County, according to Prosecutor Kerry Spears, who listed case dispositions as follows:

• Ryan Chad Palmer, 29, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to failure to register as a sex offender, four-year prison term.

• Jose Angel Hernandez, 29, Cameron, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, seven-year prison term.

• Brian Keith Stowe, 22, Milano, pleaded guilty to indecency with a child by contact, five-year prison term.

• Eric Scott Carlile, 29, Rockdale, pleaded “true” to violating probation conditions on an original offense of possession of a controlled substance (less than one gram), 12-month state jail term.

• Melvin Elvin Birch, 25, Davilla, pleaded guilty to unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, two years deferred adjudication probation.

• Crystal Lee Leal, 24, San Antonio, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance (1 to 4 grams), three years deferred adjudication probation, substance abuse evaluation and any recommended treatment, not to attend any Nocturnal Fest type concerts or festival or go to any premises where alcoholic beverages are sold or consumed, except during work hours, $1,000 fine and $140 restitution.

• Brendan M. Golden, 23, Dallas, pleaded guilty to a lesser included offense, possession of a controlled substance (less than one gram), a Class A misdemeanor, two years deferred adjudication probation, substance abuse evaluation and any recommended treatment, 80 hours community service restitution, not to attend any Nocturnal Fest type concerts or festival or go to any premises where alcoholic beverages are primarily sold or consumed, except during work hours, $1,000 fine and $140 restitution.

• Najera Manuel Flores, 27, McAllen, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance (1 to 4 grams), three years deferred adjudication probation, substance abuse evaluation and any recommended treatment, not to attend any Nocturnal Fest type concerts or festival or go to any premises where alcoholic beverages are primarily sold or consumed, except during work hours, $1,000 fine and $140 restitution.


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