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Police & Courts

March 3, 2010

Police make six arrests

GREENVILLE — Officers with the Greenville Police Department were dispatched to 80 calls Tuesday, tox six people into custody and filed 23 reports.

Of those people taken into custody, two were arrested for outstanding warrants and one each for violation of a protective order, driving while license suspended, assault by threat/family violence and possession of marijuana/outstanding warrants.

Courts

District Court

— David Earl Newsome, 37, Greenville, entered a plea of guilty to a charge of felony theft and was sentenced to nine months in a state jail.

— Kelly Don Snorgrass, 42, Terrell, forfeited bond on a charge of possession of a controlled substance. A warrant was ordered for Snorgrass’ arrest and new bond was denied.

— Kenya Deion Gallaway, 31, Garland, entered a plea of guilty to a charge of felony theft and was sentenced to 300 days in a state jail.

County Court-at-Law No. 1

— In the State of Texas v. Robert Lee Dobbins, Jr. the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Assault Causing Bodily Injury/Family Violence. The defendant was sentenced to 365 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Michael Roberts, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Theft of Property by Check. The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Dexter Maxwell Smith, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While License Invalid. The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Randy Bruce Wallick, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Resisting Arrest, Search or Transport. The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Matthew Paul Smith-Davis, the defendant’s probation for the offense of Duty on Striking Fixture was revoked. The defendant was sentenced to 120 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Sean Michael Dixon, the defendant’s probation for the offense of Theft was revoked. The defendant was sentenced to 100 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Floyd Clifton Carpenter, III, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While Intoxicated. The defendant was sentenced to 90 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Timothy Allen Taylor, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While License Invalid. The defendant was sentenced to 90 days in jail

— In the State of Texas v. Dan Philip Rucker, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Possession of Marijuana. The defendant was sentenced to 80 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Germaine Wayne Brown, the defendant’s probation for the offense of Possession of Marijuana was revoked. The defendant was sentenced to 75 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Matthew James Buck, the defendant’s probation for the offense of Possession of Marijuana was revoked. The defendant was sentenced to 60 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Javier Escobedo Navarro, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While Intoxicated. The defendant was sentenced to 60 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Fredrick Anthione Gardner, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Terroristic Threat. The defendant was sentenced to 45 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Ronald Gene Allen, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While Intoxicated. The defendant was sentenced to 45 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Jeffrey Kyle Turner, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While License Invalid. The defendant was sentenced to 30 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Samantha Jo Baker, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Possession of Marijuana. The defendant was sentenced to 30 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Cody Ryan Sipes, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Possession of Marijuana. The defendant was sentenced to 20 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Rebecca Bishop, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Theft of Property. The defendant was sentenced to 17 days in jail.

— In the State of Texas v. Crystal Leeann Allen the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Possession of a Dangerous Drug.  The defendant was sentenced to 365 days in jail, probated for 18 months, fined $800 and ordered to pay court costs.

— In the State of Texas v. Christopher Jerrold Heard, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Assault Causing Bodily Injury/Family Violence.  The defendant was sentenced to 365 days in jail, probated for 18 months, fined $700 and ordered to pay court costs.

— In the State of Texas v. Edward Dewayne Lewis the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Assault Causing Bodily Injury/Family Violence.  The defendant was sentenced to 365 days in jail, probated for 18 months, fined $700.0 and ordered to pay court costs.

— In the State of Texas v. Juan David Santos the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Failure to Identify.  The defendant was sentenced to 365 days in jail, probated for 18 months and ordered to pay court costs.

— In the State of Texas v. Rodrigo Sanchez-Cruz the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Assault Causing Bodily Injury/Family Violence.  The defendant was sentenced to 365 days in jail, probated for 18 months and ordered to pay court costs.

— In the State of Texas v. Eugene Daniel Woodall the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Assault Causing Bodily Injury/Family Violence.  The defendant was sentenced to 365 days in jail, probated for 12 months, fined $700 and ordered to pay court costs.

— In the State of Texas v. Cody Jerome Tucker the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Possession of a Dangerous Drug.  The defendant was sentenced to 365 days in jail, probated for 12 months, fined $500 and ordered to pay court costs.

— In the State of Texas v. Kristi Michelle Wilson, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While Intoxicated.  The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail, probated for 18 months, fined $1,500 and ordered to pay court costs. The Defendant was further ordered to undergo a substance abuse evaluation, to complete DWI education, and to attend a victim impact panel.

— In the State of Texas v. Eric Ray Robinson, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While Intoxicated.  The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail, probated for 12 months, fined $700 and ordered to pay court costs. The Defendant was further ordered to undergo a substance abuse evaluation, to complete DWI education, and to attend a victim impact panel.

— In the State of Texas v. Amanda Leigh Pruitt, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While Intoxicated.  The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail, probated for 18 months, fined $750 and ordered to pay court costs. The Defendant was further ordered to undergo a substance abuse evaluation, to complete DWI education, and to attend a victim impact panel.

— In the State of Texas v. Andre Dell Johnson the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While Intoxicated.  The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail, probated for 18 months, fined $750 and ordered to pay court costs. The Defendant was further ordered to undergo a substance abuse evaluation, to complete DWI education, and to attend a victim impact panel.

— In the State of Texas v. Larry Donnell Clark, Jr., the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Criminal Trespass.  The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail, probated for 18 months, fined $500 and ordered to pay court costs.

— In the State of Texas v. Christine Taylor, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Theft of Property by Check.  The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail, probated for 18 months, fined $200 and ordered to pay court costs. The Defendant was further ordered to pay restitution to the victim.

— In the State of Texas v. Danny Bertrel Howard, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While License Invalid.  The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail, probated for 12 months, fined $600 and ordered to pay court costs.

— In the State of Texas v. Rollie Wayne Joy, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Driving While License Invalid.  The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail, probated for 12 months, fined $500 and ordered to pay court costs.

— In the State of Texas v. Dalton Kayne Roberts, the defendant pled guilty to the offense of Assault Causing Bodily Injury.  The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail, probated for 12 months, fined $400 and ordered to pay court costs.

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