Seven draw terms in 20th District Court
CAMERON—Seven persons were sentenced last week in 20th District Court, according to Prosecutor Bill Torrey, who listed case dispositions as follows:
• Isidro Dominguez III, 28, Cameron, was sentenced to a 10-year prison term by Judge John Youngblood for possession of a controlled substance (with intent to deliver). The court also ordered Dominguez’s Mercedes forfeited to the state.
• Aleah Dawn Freitag, 21, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to endangering a child, two-year state jail term probated three years, $2,500 fine.
• Jeff Allan McKinney Jr., 21, Rockdale, pleaded “true” to a motion to proceed on a original conviction of credit card abuse, two-year state jail term probated four years, $1,500 fine.
• Mary Teresa Alvarado, 47, Cameron, pleaded guilty on a motion to revoke probation on an original conviction of felony driving while intoxicated (DWI)-third or more offense, three-year prison term.
• Dustin Davis Toungate, 32, Rockdale, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, five years deferred adjudication probation, required to successfully complete substance abuse program, $1,500 fine.
• Al J. Richards, 58, Cameron, pleaded guilty to forgery of a financial instrument, 24-month state jail term.
• Joe Ramos Jr., 43, Cameron, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated-third or more offense, 10-year prison term probated five years, standard conditions of DWI probation including 10-day county jail term, one-year ignition interlock device, $2,500 fine and court costs.