New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 2, 2003, Page 8

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung November 2, 2003

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 2, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8 A — Herald-Zeitung — Sunday, November 2, 2003Matters of Public Record COURT AT LAW The following cases were heard in County Court-at-Law in August, 2003. All are listed by name, charge and disposition of charge: Suzanne Marie Poulsen, driving while intoxicated, second offense, no contest, probation granted. Juan Moses Quijano, driving while intoxicated, second offense, no contest, probation granted. Cynthia Ann Quintanilla, criminal mischief, between $500 and $1,500, no contest, deferred adjudication. Ernesto Radarte, criminal trespass, dismissed, in the interest of justice. Vvonrie Ann Rattler, theft by check, between $20 and $500, deferred adjudication, unsupervised. Bobby Joe Ringer, theft by check between $20 and $500, dismissed, all money paid in full. Estella Rios, driving while intoxicated, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Jaime Alberto Rivera, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, dismissed, deferred adjudication. Frankie Mitchell Roberts, theft by check, between $20 and $500, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Travis Vincent Rocha, unlawfully carrying weapon, dismissed, deferred adjudication. Abel Rodriguez, driving while intoxicated, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Gregory Rodriguez, assault causing bodily injury to a family member, dismissed in the interest of justice. Juan Gerardo Rodriguez Jr., possession of less than 28 grams of a controlled substance, penalty group 3, no contest, probation granted. Lee Martinez Rodriguez, driving while intoxicated, first offense, acquitted by jury. Jeremy Rother, burglary of vehicle, motion to proceed with adjudication, probation adjudicated. Valentin Rene Salazar, theft by check between $20 and $500, deferred adjudication, unsupervised. Don Edward Salois, resisting arrest, search or transport, no contest, deferred adjudication. Mike Santibanez, unlawfully carrying weapon, dismissed in the interest of justice. Juan Jose Santos Jr., driving while license suspended, no contest, fine only. Juan Jose Santos Jr., possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, no contest, deferred adjudication. Macario Jose Sauceda, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, no contest, probation granted. Macario Jose Sauceda, failure to give notice of striking a highway fixture, landscap ing greater than $200, dismissed, conviction in other case. Travis Anthony Schnitz, criminal trespass, dismissed in the interest of justice. Mark Joel Schwarz, driving while intoxicated, no contest, probation granted. Ronald Lewis Scott, theft by check between $500 and $1,500, dismissed, handwriting analysis showed defendant did not sign check. Donald Eugene Seeger, driv ing while intoxicated, no contest, probation granted. Daniel Joseph Shea, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, dismissed, deferred adjudication. James Lee Sherry, theft of service between $20 and $500, dismissed, deferred adjudication. Stephen C. Shirley, no fishing license, dismissed, officer has no recollection of event or a prepared report. Justin Keith Sierra, driving while intoxicated, no contest, probation granted. Chad Michael Singer, fraudulent destruction, removal or concealment of writing, no contest, jail. Ram Singh Goopal, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, plead guilty, sentenced to jail. Ram Singh Goopal, possession of less than 28 grams of a controlled substance, penalty group 3, plead guilty, sentenced to jail. Nicholas Skalomenos, driving while intoxicated, dismissed in the interest of justice. Stephanie Kay Smith, theft by check between $20 and $500, reduced to a Class C conviction. Aaron Dale Snider, reckless driving, no contest, probation granted. Donna Sorenson, theft by check between $20 and $500, no contest, deferred adjudication. Dana Lynn Stair, theft by check between $20 and $500, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Robert L. Steese, theft by check between $20 and $500, dismissed, deferred adjudication. Jack Alan Stivers, driving While license suspended, motion to revoke probation, dismissed, defendant has completed out-patient treatment. Michael Stone, driving while intoxicated, second offense, plead guilty, probation. Jeffrey Wayne Stuman, driving while license suspended, no contest, probation granted. Jeffrey Wayne Stuman, driving while license suspended or invalid, no contest, proba tion granted. Gloria Ouenas Sumner, driving while intoxicated, acquitted by jury. David Eugene Supulver, theft between $50 and $500, no contest, jail. Craig Nelson Sutton, driving while intoxicated, no contest, probation granted. Shana Lynn Sweet, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, no contest, deferred adjudication. Michael Timothy Syptak, driving while intoxicated open alcohol container, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Michael Timothy Syptak, driving while license suspended or invalid, plead guilty, sentenced to jail. Michael Timothy Syptak, driving while license suspended, dismissed, conviction in other case. Jason Allen Thomas, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, dismissed, deferred adjudication. Kristopher Michael Thomason, driving while intoxicated, no contest, pro bation granted. Leah Ellen Thornsburg, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, deferred adjudication. Paul Tijerina Jr., operating a security company without a license, dismissed, wrong defendant. Roger Michael Tilley Jr., driving while intoxicated, probation adjudicated. Joel Torres Jr., assault causing bodily injury, dismissed, conviction in other case. Heather Dianne Tosco, theft by check between $20 and $500, reduced to Class C conviction.    v Paul Tover, driving while intoxicated, first offense, no contest, probation granted. DISTRICT COURT The following cases were heard in District Court in September, 2003. All are listed by name, charge and disposition of charge: Sally Sanchez Sotelo, forgery of financial instrument, motion to revoke probation, order continuing probation. Patrick Lee Himes, possession of a controlled substance, penalty.group I, between 4 grams and 200 grams, motion to proceed with adjudication, order continuing probation. Anthony Dwayne Jones, forgery of a government instrument/money/securities, deferred adjudication. Juanita Ann Arteaga, robbery, motion to revoke probation, order continuing probation. James Thomas Kelly, theft by check between $1,500 and $20,000, motion to proceed with adjudication, dismissed. John DeWayne Wheeler, aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury, motion to proceed with adjudication, order continuing probation. Benson Allen Griffin ll, burglary of a building, motion to revoke probation, order continuing probation. Scan David Pike, tampering with governmental record, dismissed. Kenneth William Compton, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 2, less than 1 gram, dismissed. Jeanie Diana Mayfield, theft between $1,500 and $20,000, motion to proceed with adjudication, motion to adjudicate granted. Andrew Varela, possession of e controlled substance, penalty group 1, between 4 grams and 200 grams and possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Sean Patrick Smith, two counts of credit card or debit card abuse, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Sameetra Denise Brown, three counts forgery of a financial instrument, deferred adjudication. Daniel Hale Keigley, robbery, jury conviction court sentence. John Richard Easton, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than I gram, deferred adjudication. Rogelio Alaniz Jr., engaging in organized criminal activity attempted theft, plead guilty, sentenced to Vote Saturday For Ed Clark NBISD Trustee-at-Large Here is what some of your neighbors are saying. Mike Fitsko "My first encounter with Ed Clark was when I was principal at Oak Run school and his son, Sam, was a 6th grader. Ed was very supportive of my campus and offered his help as a volunteer at my school. ...his interest in the education of our school district is both positive and personal.” Picture of tut ( lurk, Jeanme, Sam (Junior), Ilk* Twins, Stephen and Stewart (6th tirade) along with the Dog Rascal. Tim Kingsbury "...a person of great integrity and a person who’s very concerned about the education of our children in NBISD. Ed sees the importance of a well-balanced educational experience..." David Ffeuffer "I am supporting Ed Clark... because Ed has the integrity, education, experience, desire and backbone necessary to effectively serve the parents and taxpayers of the NBISD... As a taxpayer... I know that Ed will use his "real world” business experience to seek fiscal responsibility... I believe that a vote for Ed Clark is a vote for success in the NBISD and its students.” I Rd Pol Ad. Keith Werstertef Tres" 1697 Wald New Braunfels, IX 78132 I Wink! Smith "I have found him to be a man who believes in the education not just his children, but in the education of the children of our community. He believes that every child in New Braunfels has a right to a quality education...! am proud to support Ed Clark, not just with my encouragement, but also with my vote. I hope you will vote too.” Rim Wersterfer The education of my children is a high priority. It is my belief that Ed Clark will serve NBISD with the education of all children as a priority ...Tradition and values are two important aspects of our community... it is evident that this is important to Ed based on the community involvement he has demonstrated.”    f __BERSIM probation. Adam Eugene Martin, aggravated robbery, dismissed. Richard Allen Fields, arson, dismissed. Leonard Dwayne Wood, injury to a child with intent to cause bodily injury, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Jorge Orlando Gonzalez, possession of marijuana between 4 ounces and 5 pounds, deferred adjudication. Ricardo Delossantos Jr., possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, penalty group 1, between 4 grams and 200 grams, motion to revoke probation, motion to revoke granted. Richard Allen Hanson, two counts forgery of a financial instrument, deferred adjudication. Travis John Chavana, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, between 1 gram and 4 grams, deferred adjudication. Francisco Jose Rosas, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, dismissed. Edward Franklin Butterworth, evading arrest or detention with a vehicle, deferred adjudication. Earl Lee Kessler III, two counts stalking, enhanced, deferred adjudication. Roy James Miller, burglary of a habitation with intent of theft, deferred adjudication. Belinda Rena Brown, possession of a controlled substance analogue penalty. group 1, between 1 gram and 4 grams, deferred adjudication. Maria Chapa Gonzalez, four . counts of credit card abuse, deferred adjudication. Enrique Salome Armendariz, theft between $1,500 and $20,000, deferred adjudication. Jessica Renee Taber, Count I burglary of a building, Count ll attempted burglary of a habitation, deferred adjudication. Wesley David Smith, engaging in organized criminal activity, deferred adjudication. Gary Dewayne Quinn, aggravated robbery, plead guilty, sentenced to prison. Orlando Negrete Arispe, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, evading arrest or detention with a vehicle, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Paul Raymond McLeon, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense, plead guilty, sentenced to prison. Allen Wayne Saunders, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, between 4 grams and 200 grams, possession of marijuana between 4 ounces and 4 pounds, plead guilty, sentenced to prison. William Redington, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense, plead guilty, sentenced to prison. Latrice Denise Kelley, forgery of a financial instrument, pleas guilty, sentenced to prison. Ronald Glenn Nelssen, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, plead guilty, sentenced to jail. Timothy Andrew Overly, arson, burglary of a habitation, plead guilty, sentenced to prison. Ray Alvarez Gutierrez, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense, plead guilty, sentenced to prison. Juan Israel Cortez, evading arrest or detention with a vehicle, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Adam Eugene Martin, aggravated robbery, dismissed. Jerry Wayne Lawson, extradition, extradited. Ronald Lee Beardslee, driving while intoxicated, subsequent offense, motion to revoke probation, dismissed. Charles Andy Powers, intoxicated assault with a vehicle, causing serious bodily injury, motion to revoke probation, motion to revoke granted. Michelle Mardy Ekhoul, aggravated robbery, motion to revoke probation, probation modified. William Redington, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense, motion to revoke probation, motion to revoke granted. Brian Keith Vassar, unauthorized use of a vehicle, motion to revoke probation, plead guilty, sentenced to jail. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: November 2, 2003

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