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Several cases heard in 20th District Court

CAMERON—Eight cases were disposed of last week in 20th District Court, according to Prosecutor Bill Torrey, who listed case dispositions as follows:

• Kintafius Untreae Thomas, 28, Cameron, pleaded guilty to possession of controlled substance, four years deferred adjudication probation, ordered to pay $2,500 fine and $140 restitutuion to DPS.

• Latonya Latrell Kelley, 32, Cameron, pleaded guilty to endangering a child, two year state jail term, probated for five years, ordered to pay $ 2,500 fine. S he w ill begin her sentence July 1, 2013.

• Danielle Monique Powell, 32, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to theft (with priors), one year state jail term. She will begin sentence on July 1, 2013.

• Travis Melvin Black, 66, Cameron, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated (third or more offense), 10 year prison term, probated for 10 years with standard conditions of DWI probation, including 10 days in the Milam County Jail on weekends, one year suspension of driver’s license, ignition interlock or home monitoring system, $1,000 fine, $60 restitution to DPS.

• George Fuentes, 33, Bryan, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana in drug free zone, four year prison term.

• Juan Castillo Saucedo, 65, Cameron, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated (third or more offense), 10 year prison term, probated for 10 years with standard conditions of probation, including 90 days in the Milam County Jail, $1,500 fine, $60 restitution to DPS.

• Alyssa Danielle Brown, 17, Thorndale, pleaded guilty to engaging in organized criminal activity, three years deferred adjudication probation with standard conditions of probation, $2,500 fine.

• John L. Robertson, 36, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily injury family violence, five year prison term, probated for five years with standard conditions of probation, including no contact with victim, $2,500 fine.

• Kevin Varone Webber, 38, Cameron, pleaded guilty to delivery of controlled substance (less than one gram), enhanced, sentenced to 10 year prison term. He also pleaded guilty to delivery of controlled substances, sentenced to two year prison term. Webber ordered to pay court costs and restitution to DPS in both cases.


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