New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 14, 2003, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 14, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 14, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6 A — Herald-Zeitung — Sunday,December 14, 2003 COURT AT LAW * The following cases were heard in County Court-at-Law in October, 2003. All are listed by name, charge and disposition of charge: Michael Edward Harter, assault causing bodily injury to a family member, reduced to Class C conviction. Raye Ann Henk, driving while intoxicated, open alcohol container, jury conviction court probation. Rayne Ann Henk, deadly conduct, no contest, deferred adjudication. Rogelio Hernandez, driving while intoxicated, dismissed, in the interest of justice. Daniel Maurice Hoffman, theft by check between $20 and $500, no contest, jail. William Paul Jamison, theft by check between $20 and $500, deferred adjudication, unsu pervised. Lynette Marie Jay, assault causing bodily injury, reduced to Class C conviction. Cheryl Ann Jordan, theft between $50 and $500, dismissed deferred adjudication. Jefferson David Kapellas, violation of protective order, no contest, deferred adjudication. Jefferson David Kapellas, terroristic threat, dismissed, conviction in other case. Jefferson David Kapellas, violation of protective order, no contest, deferred adjudication. Danette Keaton, theft by check between $20 and $500, motion to revoke probation, dismissed. Arnold James Kocurek Jr., assault causing bodily injury to family member, violence, dismissed in the KNEE REPLACEMENT RECALL HAVE YOU HAD A TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY SINCE 2001? HAVE YOU HAD POSTSURGERY SYMPTOMS OF SWELLING OR PAIN IN WALKING/BENDING? IT MAY BE DUE TO A FAILED BONDING OF THE DEFECTIVE, RECALLED KNEE IMPLANT TO THE BONE THIS CONDITION MAY LEAD TO REVISION SURGER Y(S), AND PERMANENT PHYSICAL CONSEQUENCES. I TO PROTECT YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS, CALL ON A BOARD CERTIFIED PERSONAL INJURY TRIAL LAW SPECIALIST WITH 22 YEARS OF TRIAL EXPERIENCE | DON’T WATT! 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Place your order by calling the Circulation Department at 830-625-9144 x229 or subscribe on line at www.herald-zeitunq.com or stop by our office at 707 Landa Street and pick up your certificate. Certificates of Deposit = Certificates of Depreciation EARN 5.25% Are you looking for higher interest rates? Are you looking for tax deferred* earnings? Call Denis Patrick Roederer today for details on how an annuity can help achieve these goals. Toll Free 1-866-269-6408 Home 830-560-1163 290% San Antonio St Available at the i ix Theatre, China N' Things, 'bilection Or By Calling 625-3620 - 629-1541 Take JI Tip From interest of justice. Kevin Ray Ladewig, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, deferred adjudication. Kevin Lee Land, public lewdness, deferred adjudicata, unsupervised. Jeremy Padl Lapointe, assault causing bodily injury to family member, reduced to Class C conviction. Joshua Linden, unlawfully carrying weapon, motion to proceed with adjudication, probation adjudicated. Joshua Keith Linden, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Joshua Keith Linden, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Leticia R. Lopez, theft by check between $20 and $500, no contest, jail. Johnny Dominguez Marin, assault causing bodily injury, no contest, probation granted. Johnny Dominguez, Marin, criminal trespass, dismissed, conviction in other case. Jesus Selso Martinez, assault causing bodily injury to family member, reduced to Class C conviction. Richard Lynn Martinez Jr., driving while intoxicated, no contest, jail. Richard Lynn Martinez Jr., resisting arrest, search or transport, no contest, jail. Richard Lynn Martinez Jr., wrong, fictitious or unclean license plate, no contest, jail. Richard Lynn Martinez, Jr., fic titious or counterfeit inspection or inspection document for display, no contest, jail. Richard Martinez Jr., possession of marijuana, motion to proceed with adjudication, probation adjudicated. Patsy Mauer, theft by check, between $20 and $500, deferred adjudication, unsupervised. Jason Wayne McBride, assault causing bodily injury to a family member, violence, reduced to Class C conviction. Daniel Blake McDonald, unlawfully carrying a weapon, dismissed deferred adjudication.    V Melissa Ann Meineke, theft by check between $20 to $500, reduced to Class C conviction. Leonard Mendoza, assault causing bodily injury to a family members, dismissed deferred adjudication. Rory William Messner, interfering with emergency communication, dismissed, unable to located victim. Rory William Messner, assault, causing bodily injury to a family member, dismissed, unable to locate victim. Marcus Aurelian Moak, driving while intoxicated, no contest, jail. Miguel Angel Monceballez, theft between $500 and $1,500, dismissed, pending further investigation. Richard A. Montemayor, assault causing bodily injury, dismissed, witness unavailable. Bobbie Jo Moore, theft by check between $20 and $500, dismissed, deferred adjudication. • Michelle Moreno Morales, theft by check between $20 and $500, dismissed, paid in full.    ______________ Tomas Alberto Morales, driving while license suspended, plead guilty, sentenced to jail. Tracie Lea Morrow, public lewdness, deferred adjudication, unsupervised. William Michael Morse, theft by check between $0 and $500, reduced to Class C conviction. Jonathan Roy O'Malley, driving while intoxicated, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Jose Ceasar Ortega, driving while license suspended or invalid, habitual violator, no contest, deferred adjudication. Jose Ceasar Ortega, driving while license suspended or invalid, no contest, deferred adjudication. Andrew Gonzales Ortiz, driving while license suspended or invalid, no contest, jail. Charles Ortiz, assault, causing bodily injury to a family member, dismissed, witness A ‘ LEGAL ALERT unavailable. Bernardo Camacho Palacios, assault causing bodily injury, plead guilty, sentenced to jail. Kimberley Michelle Peinemann, theft by check between $20 and $500, motion to proceed with adjudication, motion to adjudicate denied. Arthur Perez, assault causing bodily injury to a family member, dismissed with another case. Elizabeth Autumn Pery, resisting arrest, search or transport, no contest, deferred adjudication.    ____ Karen Eileen Peters, driving while intoxicated, motion to revoke probation, motion to revoke granted. 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