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Nine draw sentences in 20th District Court

CAMERON—Nine persons drew sentences during the past week in 20th District Court, according to Prosecutor Bill Torrey, who listed case dispositions as follows:

• Svjetlana Gaspar, 37, Austin, pleaded guilty to a lesser included Class A misdemeanor offense, possession of marijuana, two years deferred adjudication probation, $1,500 fine, $140 in restitution to DPS.

• Hector Garcia Gonzales, 53, pleaded guilty to a lesser included Class A misdemeanor, attempted possession of a controlled substance, 26-day county jail term.

• Octaviano Salomon, 30, Cameron, pleaded true a motion to revoke probation on an original charge of assault family violence, enhanced, two-year prison term.

• Christopher Aaron Crum, 30, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, six-year prison term, probated three years, successful completion of substance abuse felony punishment facility, $140 restitution to Department of Public Safety, court costs. Crum also pleaded guilty to an additional charge of assault causes bodily injury-family member, with prior conviction and drew an additional six-year prison term, probated three years.

• Kris Lee Box, 51, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to theft, two-year prison term, probated for five years, $1,000 fine, court costs.

• Jennifer Combs, 45, Sandy, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, twoyear state jail term probated four years, $140 restitution to DPS, $1,500 fine.

• Brandon Lee Lunsford, 21, Rogers, pleaded “true” to a motion to revoke probation on an original charge of obtaining prescription by fraud, two-year prison term.

• Asa Jones, 21, College Station, pleaded guilty to a lesser included Class A misdemeanor attempted possession of a controlled substance, one-year deferred adjudication probation, $3,000 fine, $140 restitution to DPS.

• Megan Marie Ogden, 19, Santa Fe, New Mexico, pleaded guilty to a lesser included Class A misdemeanor, attempted possession of a controlled substance, one-year deferred adjudication probation, $3,000 fine, $140 restitution to DPS.


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