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Six cases heard in 20th District Court


3,500 BUCKS FOR UNITED WAY—Bassler Energy Services has donated $3,500 to the South Milam County United Way. From left, Miller and Kathie Bassler and granddaughter Himma Estess made presentation Monday to South Milam UW president Denice Doss and United Way board members Gaye Bland., Jeanie Weed, Kerry Spears. Malda Burns and Tom Puccio. 
Reporter/Mike Brown 3,500 BUCKS FOR UNITED WAY—Bassler Energy Services has donated $3,500 to the South Milam County United Way. From left, Miller and Kathie Bassler and granddaughter Himma Estess made presentation Monday to South Milam UW president Denice Doss and United Way board members Gaye Bland., Jeanie Weed, Kerry Spears. Malda Burns and Tom Puccio. Reporter/Mike Brown CAMERON—Six cases were heard during the past week in 20th District Court, according to Prosecutors Bill Torrey and John Paschall.

They listed case dispositions as follows:

• William Edward Laster, 45, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography before District Judge John Youngblood on Monday morning. Judge Youngblood will sentence Laster during a hearing scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Sept. 16.

Torrey said that hearing will include the results of a pre-sentence investigation. Judge Youngblood will have a sentencing range of 2 to 10 years.

• Jesse Ray Pollard, 29, Cameron, pleaded guilty to robbery, three-year prison term, $130 in restitution to the victim.

• Marvin Charles Williams, 44, Cameron, pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence, six-year prison term.

• Dustin Creek, 28, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to a lesser included Class A assault causes bodily injury, two years deferred adjudication probation, including parenting classes, $250 fine.

• William Cory Jimenez, 32, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to assault family violence-impeding breathing/circulation, 10-year prison term, probated five years.

• Christopher Michael Garcia, 36, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to theft of copper, nine-month state jail term.


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