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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 2, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 8A Sunday November 2 2003 MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD COURT AT LAW ing while intoxicated no con batiatiigfonfed The following cases were heard in County CourtaMaw in August 2003 All are listed by name charge and disposi tion of charge Suzanne Marie Poulsen driv ing while intoxicated second offense no contest proba tion Juan Moses Quijano driving while intoxicated second offense no contest proba tion granted Cynthia Ann Quintaniila criminal mischief between and no contest deferred adjudication Ernesto Radarte criminal trespass dismissed in the Yvonne Ann Rattier theft by check between and deferred adjudication y supervised Bobby Joe Ringer theft by check between and dismissed all money paid in full Daniel Joseph Shea posses sion of less than 2 ounces of marijuana dismissed deferred adjudication James Lee Sherry theft of service between and dismissed deferred adjudication Stephen C Shirley no fishing license dismissed officer has no recollection of event or a prepared Justin Keith Sierra driving while intoxicated no contest grafted Chad Michael Singer fraudu lent destruction removal or concealment of writing no Ram Singh Goopal posses sion of less than 2 ounces of marijuana plead guilty sen Ram Singh Goopal posses sion of less than 28 grams of a controlled substance penalty group 3 plead guilty sentenced to jail Estella Rios driving while intoxicated plead guilty sen tenced to Jaime Alberto Rivera pos session of less than 2 ounces of marijuana dismissed deferred adjudication Frankie Mitchell Roberts theft by check between and plead guilty sen tenced to probation Travis Vincent Rocha unlaw fully carrying weapon dis missed deferred adjudica tion Abel Rodriguez driving while intoxicated plead guilty sen Gregory Rodriguez assault causing bodily injury to a family member dismissed in the interest of justice Juan Gerardo Rodriguez possession of less than 28 grams of a controlled sub stance penalty group 3 no contest probation granted Lee Martinez Rodriguez driv ing while intoxicated first acquitted by jury Jeremy Rother burglary of vehicle motion to proceed with adjudication probation adjudicated Valentin Rene Salazar theft by check between and deferred adjudication unsuperyised Don Edward Salois resisting search or transport no contest deferred adjudi cation Mike Santibanez unlawfully carrying weapon dismissed Jnterest of iustice Juan Jose Santos driving while license suspended no contest fine only Juan Jose Santos posses sion of less than 2 ounces of marijuana no contest deferred adjudication Macario Jose Sauceda pos session of less than 2 ounces of marijuana no contest pro bation granted Macario Jose Sauceda fail ure to givp notice of striking a highway fixture landscap ing greater than dis missed conviction in other case Travis Anthony Schnitz crim inal trespass dismissed in Nicholas Skalomenos driv ing while intoxicated dis missed in the interest of jus Stephanie Kay Smith theft by check between and reduced to a Class C Aaron Dale Snider reckless driving no contest probation Donna Sorenson theft by check between and no contest deferred adjudi Dana Lynn Stair theft by check between and plead guilty sentenced to Robert L Steese theft by check between and dismissed deferred adjudica Jack Alan Stivers driving While license suspended motion to revoke probation dismissed defendant has completed outpatient treat ment Michael Stone driving while intoxicated second offense plead guilty proba Jeffrey Wayne Stuman driv ing while license suspended no contest probation grant Jeffrey Wayne Stuman driv ing while license suspended or invalid no contest proba tion granted Mark Joel Schwarz driving while intoxicated no contest probation granted Ronald Lewis Scott theft by check between and dismissed handwrit ing analysis showed defen dant did not sigji check Donald Eugene Seeger driv Gloria Ouenas Sumner driv ing while intoxicated acquit ted by jury David Eugene Supulver theft between and no contest jailL Craig Nelson Sutton driving while intoxicated no contest Piobationjranted Shana Lynn Sweet posses sion of less than 2 ounces of marijuana no contest Michael Timothy Syptak driving while intoxicated open alcohol container plead guilty sentenced to proba Michael Timothy Syptak driving while license sus pended or invalid plead guilty sentenced to Michael Timothy Syptak driving while license sus pended dismissed convic tion in other Jason Allen Thomas posses sion of less than 2 ounces of marijuana dismissed deferred Kristopher Michael Thomason driving while intoxicated no contest pro Leah Ellen Thornsburg pos session of less than 2 ounces of marijuana deferred adju Paul Tijerina operating a security company without a license dismissed wrong Roger Michael Til ley driv ing while intoxicated proba tion Joel Torres assault caus ing bodily injury dismissed conviction in other case Heather Dianne Tosco theft by check between and reduced to ClassC con 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 list ed by name charge and dis position of Sally Sanchez Sotelo for gery of financial instrument motion to revoke probation order continuing probation Patrick Lee Himes posses sion of a controlled sub stance penalty group 1 between 4 grams and 200 grams motion to proceed with adjudication order con ttnuing Anthony Dwayne Jones for gery of a government instru deferred adjudication Juanita Ann Arteaga rob bery motion to revoke pro bation order continuing pro James Thomas Kelly theft by check between and motion to pro ceed with adjudication dis John DeWayne Wheeler aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury motion to proceed with adjudica tion order continuing proba Benson Allen Griffin II bur glary of a building motion to revoke probation order continuing Sean David Pike tampering with governmental record Kenneth William Compton possession of a controlled substance penalty group 2 less than 1 gram dismissed Jeanie Diana Mayfield theft between and motion to proceed with adjudication motion to adju dicate Andrew Varela possession ofa controlled substance penalty group 1 between 4 grams and 200 grams and possession of a con trolled substance penalty group 1 less than 1 gram plead guilty sentenced to 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 sen John Richard Easton pos session of a controlled sub stance penalty group 1 less than 1 gram deferred Rogelio Alaniz engag ing in organized criminal activityattempted theft plead guilty sentenced to probation Vote Saturday For Ed Clark NBISD TrusteeatLarge Here is what some of your neighbors are saying MikeFitsko 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 interest in the education of our school district is both positive and Picture of Ed Clark Jeannie Sam The TWins Stephen and Stewart 6Ui Grade along wilh he Dog Rascal Tim JCingsbury person of great integrity and a person whos very concerned about the education of our children in NBISD Ed sees the importance of a wellbal anced educational David Pfeuffer J am supporting Ed Clarkbecause Ed has the integrity education experience desire and backbone necessary to effectively serve the parents and taxpay ers of the As a I luaow that Ed will use his real world business experienpe to seek fiscal I believe to a vote for Ed Clark is a vote for success in the NBISD and its stu I Pd Pol Ad Keilh WersMer 1697 Wald New Braunfels TX 78132 I Winki 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 am proud to support Ed Clark not just with my encouragement but also with my vote I hope you will vote Kim The education of my children is a high priority It is my belief that EjJ Clark wiU serve NBJISD with the education of all children as apriority and valuesare two important aspects of our it is evident fcaj this is imjapflajB to Ed based on tbfi community involvemeat he has Adam Eugene aggra vated robbery Richard Allen arson Leonard Dwayne injury to a child with intent to cause bodily injury plead guilty sentenced to proba Jorge Orlando Gonzalez possession of marijuana between 4 ounces and 5 deferred adjudica tion Ricardo Delossantos pbs session with intent to deliver a controlled 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 adjudi Travis John Chavana pos session of a controlled sub stance penalty group 1 between 1 gram and 4 grams deferred adjudica Francisco Jose Rosas pos session of a controlled sub stance 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 pos session of a controlled sub stance analogue penalty group 1 between 1 gram and 4 grams deferred adju Maria Chapa Gonzalez four credit card abuse deferred adjudication Enrique Salome Armendariz theft between and deferred adjudica Jessica Renee Taber Count I burglary of a building Count II attempted burglary of a habitation deferred adjudi Wesley David Smith engag ing in organized criminal Activity deferred adjudica Gary Dewayne Quinn aggra vated 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 sen tenced ta Paul Raymond McLeon driv ing whileintoxicated third or more offense plead guilty sentenced to prison Allen Wayne Saunders pos session of a controlled sub stance penaltyvgroup 1 between 4 grams and 200 grams possession of mari juana between 4 ounces and 4 pounds plead guilty sen tenced 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 Ronald Glenn Nelssen pos session of a controlled sub stance penalty group 1 less than 1 gram plead guilty sentenced to jail Timothy Andrew Overly arson burglary of a habita tion plead guilty sentenced to Ray Alvarez Gutierrez driv ing whileintoxicated third or more offense plead guilty sentenced to prison Juan Israel Cortez evading arrest or detention with a vehicle plead guilty sen tenced to Adam Eugene Martin aggra vated robbery dismissed Jifry dition extradited Ronald Lee Beardslee driv ing while intoxicated subse quent offense motion to revoke probation dismissed Charles Andy Powers intoxi cated 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 proba tion William Redingtort driving while intoxicated third or more offense motion to revoke probation motion to revoke granted Brian Keith Vassar unautho rized use of a vehicle motion to revoke probation plead guilty sentenced to Douglas Howard Doores driving while intoxicated third or more offense motion to revoke probation motion to revoke granted Michelle Lee Evink forgery motion to proceed with adju dication order continuing probation Karen Elaine Richter posses sion of a controlled sub stance penalty group 1 less than 1 gram motion to revokeprobation order con 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