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Today`s Local News2014-10-01
Wednesday, October 1, 2014      


DISTRICT COURT

(CAMERON) A Corpus Christi man arrested in February on narcotics charges has been sentenced this past week in Judge John Younblood`s 20th District Court. 

According to District Attorney Bill Torrey, 26-year-old Timothy Jack Trejo was handed 10-months in State Jail after pleading guilty to felony Possession of a Controlled Substance Under 1 Gram. In addition, Torrey said Trejo was given 3-years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice after entering a plea of True over a motion to revoke probation for an original 3rd degree felony, Forgery of a Government Instrument. Trejo also pled True to another motion to revoke probation on an original charge of 3rd degree felony Evading Arrest in a Motor Vehicle and was handed 3-years in TDCJ. 

Milam County authorities under the direction of Sheriff David Greene conducted a narcotics sweep in February that resulted in multiple arrests as part of efforts to round up 20 suspected drug dealers in the area. Trejo was among those arrested during the raids. 

Among other cases disposed of last week: 

JAMES CRAWFORD, 27, of Cameron, was placed on two (2) years Deferred Adjudication Probation with standard conditions of probation and was ordered to pay a $1,500 fine after pleading guilty to a 2nd Degree Felony Sex Offender Duty to Register

DAYANA BATRICE JOHNSON, 31, of Cameron, was placed on five (5) years Deferred Adjudication Probation with standard conditions of probation and was ordered to pay a $2,500 fine and restitution of $3,170.00 to the victim after pleading guilty to a State Jail Felony Theft 

JULIA ROSE WHITTEMORE, 38, of Huffman, was placed on three (3) years Deferred Adjudication Probation with standard conditions of probation and was ordered to pay a $2,500.00 fine after pleading guilty to a State Jail Felony Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle

LAWRENCE PATRICK GONZALES, JR., 24, of Rockdale, was sentenced to ten (10) years confinement in TDCJ, probated for six (6) years with standard conditions of probation and a $2,500 fine after pleading guilty to a 3rd Degree Felony Theft of Firearm From Non-Profit

APRIL FAYE STEPHENS, 38, of Milano, was placed on twelve (12) months Deferred Adjudication Probation with standard conditions of probation and was ordered to pay a $500 fine and write a letter of apology to the victim after pleading guilty to a Lesser Included Class B Misdemeanor Theft

ERICA MARIE ALDAMA, 23, of Rockdale, was placed on five (5) years Deferred Adjudication Probation with standard conditions of probation, including substance abuse evaluation and any recommended treatment and was ordered to pay a $2,500.00 fine and $180 restitution to DPS after pleading guilty to a 3rd Degree Felony Assault on a Public Servant

AUGUSTIN DELGADO, 27, of Rockdale, sentenced to sixty-three (63) days confinement in the Milam County Jail after pleading guilty to a State Jail Felony Possession of Controlled Substance less than One Gram

COHEN CHANCE PEACOCK, 28, of Milano, was placed on two (2) years Deferred Adjudication Probation with standard conditions of probation, including substance abuse evaluation and any recommended treatment and was ordered to pay a $2,500 fine and $180 restitution to DPS after pleading guilty to a Lesser Included Class A Misdemeanor Attempted Possession of Controlled Substance Less than One Gram

MICHAEL DUANA DONALDSON, SR., 58, of Milano, was sentenced to five years imprisonment in TDCJ, probated for five years with standard conditions of sex offender probation and a $2,500 fine after pleading guilty to a 3rd Degree Felony Solicitation of  a Minor-Sexual Assault

CHARLOTTE MARLENE RYAN, 54, of Milano, was sentenced to one (1) year imprisonment in the Milam County Jail, probated for two (2) years with standard conditions of probation including a $4,000 fine, $60.00 restitution to DPS and an oral or written apology to the Trooper after pleading guilty to a Lesser Included Class A Misdemeanor DWI 2nd 

ERNESSIA YVONNE CARO, 23, of Bastrop, was sentenced to six (6) months confinement in the State Jail Division of TDCJ and ordered to pay restitution to victim after pleading guilty to a State Jail Felony Forgery of Financial Instrument

TAMRA SUSANNE SELMAN, 50, of Cameron, was placed on three (3) years Deferred Adjudication Probation, with conditions of probation set by the Court and was ordered to pay a $1,500 fine after pleading guilty to a State Jail Felony Endangering a Child

JAIME NUNEZ HERNANDEZ, 28, of Rockdale, was sentenced to ten (10) months confinement in the Milam County Jail after pleading guilty to a Lesser Included Class A Misdemeanor DWI 2nd

KELLEY NICOLE TATER, 26, of Rockdale, was placed on five (5) years Deferred Adjudication Probation with standard conditions of probation including substance abuse evaluation and any recommended treatment and was order to pay a $2,500 fine and to have no contact with the co-defendant after pleading guilty to a 2nd Degree Felony Fraudulent Possession of Identifying Information, Ten or More

JOHN WELSEY MIDDLETON, 31, of Rockdale, was sentenced to two (2) years imprisonment in the State Jail Division of TDCJ, probated for four (4) years with standard conditions of probation, a $2,000 fine and $6,264.85 in restitution to the victims after pleading guilty to a State Jail Felony Possession of Controlled Substance Less than One Gram

LAURA MAGALI GUTIERREZ, 33, of Giddings, was sentenced to two (2) years imprisonment in the State Jail Division of TDCJ, probated for three (3) years with standard conditions of probation, a $2,500 fine and restitution of $140 to DPS after pleading guilty to a State Jail Felony Possession of Controlled Substance


BRUCEVILLE-EDDY CHEMICAL FIRE

(BRUCEVILLE-EDDY) Multiple fire departments worked a major chemical fire Tuesday in Bruceville-Eddy. 

The fire started around 9AM at the Southern Enterprises paint recycling plant in the 1500 block of Old Moody Rd. Several fire departments from the surrounding area were all called in to assist with the massive fire. McLennan County Emergency Operations also was on hand to assist with operations. Crews were able to contain the blaze by mid-morning. Despite the large fire, no evacuations were ordered. Waco Fire Department Hazardous Materials teams also responded in order to monitor air quality because of the burning chemicals. The State Fire Marshal and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality were also notified. No injuries were reported. 


FINAL GOVERNOR`S DEBATE

(Dallas) Greg Abbott and Wendy Davis sparred over ethics in the last debate for Texas governor.  The Democrat Davis asked the Republican Abbott on Tuesday if he would release any communication he had before he decided to keep Texas Enterprise Fund applications secret in 2004.  Abbott countered Davis might be able to help him because of two reports in "The Dallas Morning News" which suggested Cabela`s got TEF money despite no application and Davis personally profited from Cabela`s getting a new store in Fort Worth.  Davis then accused Abbott of lying, claiming an application was submitted to the state.  The two were also asked about how much they would spend on education.  Abbott said he`d spend around 15-hundred dollars per pre-K student, while Davis didn`t give a figure.  

They were also asked about abortion.  Abbott said women have five months to make a decision about an abortion.  Davis said she didn`t think the government should intrude on those decisions, but didn`t say what restrictions she was in favor of. 

The two candidates also talked about the recent Ebola case in Dallas.  Both Greg Abbott and Wendy Davis said during last night`s governor`s debate they`ve talked to health officials on the diagnosis and were in favor of making sure all precautions were being taken to make sure the disease didn`t spread.  The candidates also agreed a quarantine was needed and hope an experimental vaccine is given to the patient in Dallas.  The CDC confirmed the Ebola diagnosis in Dallas yesterday afternoon. 


CEN-TEX MAN INDICTED FOR WHITE HOUSE INTRUSION

(Washington, DC) A Copperas Cove man is facing several charges after being indicted in connection with a recent White House security breach.  A federal grand jury yesterday charged 42-year-old Omar Gonzalez with three federal and local offenses linked to the September 19th incident in which the Secret Service says he climbed a fence and ran into the White House armed with a knife.  Gonzalez is due to appear in federal court today and could face up to ten years in prison if convicted as charged. 


MILAM FLU CLINICS

(CAMERON) The Milam County Health Department announced their Flu Clinic Schedule for October.

The Health Department will hold 2 clinics this Friday from 9-11:30AM at Bea`s Kitchen in Cameron and St. John`s United Methodist Church in Rockdale.

The vaccine will be given at no cost to those with Medicare Part B, but you must present your card. All others will be $20.


YOE SUB VARSITY

(CAMERON) Yoe athletics has announced a change to their sub-varsity football schedule. 

Due to rainouts in September, the Freshmen and Junior Varsity will play this Thursday. The Freshmen meet the Thorndale JV at 6PM in Thorndale, while the JV tackles Marble Falls at 7PM in Leander. 

Meanwhile, the athletics department says Senior Passes for Volleyball, Basketball, and Spring Sports are available now for fans over 62-years-of-age. The passes will not work for football games. Passes are available at Yoe High Kiosk. 


DIG PINK SHIRT SALE

(CAMERON) The Lady Yoe Volleyball Program is gearing up for the 5th annual Dig Pink event.  T-shirts are on sale today.  T-shirts are pre-order, pre-pay, $15 cash only.  You can order your shirt from any YHS Lady Yoe Volleyball Player/Coach or the YHS Kiosk.  All proceeds are donated directly to Breast Cancer Research. 


POLICE REPORT

(CAMERON) Cameron PD reported 4 EMS runs and 4 arrests:
--Santos Adrian Dominguez, Joshua Henry, and a juvenile each for Criminal Trespass 
--Zaire Holt for multiple Capias warrants

(ROCKDALE) Rockdale PD reported 1 EMS runs and 1 fire call: Gause called for mutual aid for grass fire on FM1644 in Robertson County
 
(CAMERON) The Milam County Sheriff`s Office reported 10 booked in:
--Santos Adrian Dominguez, 19 of Cameron for Criminal Trespass of a Habitation
--Steve Dewayne Jacks, 35 of Lampasas for Resisting Arrest and Public Intoxication
--Hannah Faye Yakesch, 18 of Rockdale for Possession of a Controlled Substance
--Joshua Ray Henry, 17 of Cameron for Criminal Trespass of a Habitation
--Danny Jay Robbins, 31 of Kempner for Out of County Possession of a Controlled Substance
--Zaire Netanya Holt, 20 of Cameron for No DL and Improper Turn
--4 in from Lampasas County

There were no accidents reported in rural Milam County.

There are 111 prisoners in the Milam County Jail this morning, including 10 housed for Coryell County, 10 housed for Lampasas County, and 2 held for Cameron PD.





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