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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 17, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 COURT  CONTINUED FROM Page 6A  ♦ Pete Perez Gonzales, deadly conduct, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $1,000, probation 12 months  ♦ Hayden Gore, accident involving damage to vehicle over $200, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $100, probation 6 months  ♦ Jennifer Dawn Grier, obstruct highway passageway, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $800, probation 12 months  ♦ Bernardo Carrion Gutierrez, driving while intoxicated, motion to revoke granted, jai 105 days  ♦ Paul Gutierrez, driving while license invalid with previous conviction or suspension without financial responsibility, no contest — deferred adjudication, fine $800, probation 12 months  ♦ Byron Murray Hall, violation of protective order, dismissed  ♦ Brian W, Hamm, speeding, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $50, probation 90 days  ♦ Francis Eugene Harrington, failure to identify giving false or ficticious information, non-prosecution affidavit  ♦ Ronald Eual Hawkins, theft property between $20 and $500 by check, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $100, probation 6 months  ♦ Susanna Annette Heckendorf, possession controlled substance penalty group 3 under 28 grams, motion to adjudicate granted, jail 120 days  ♦ Charles Dimick Hemphill, assault (contact), dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $200, probation 6 months  ♦ Maria Martinez Herevia, theft of property between $20 and $500 by check, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $100, probation 6 months  ♦ Abdali Hernandez Jr., operating trailer with no safety chain attached trailer, dismissed-defendant pled in cause number 2010CR1900A; operating trailer no lock on trailer, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $50, probation 30 days  ♦ Angel Valle Hernandez, assault causes bodily injury, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $150, probation 90 days  ♦ Artemio Hernandez, driving while license invalid, plead guilty-sent jail, jail 30 days  ♦ Juan Miguel Hernandez-Ramos, possession of marjuana under two ounces, dismissed  ♦ Rudy Nicolas Herrera, theft of property between $50 and $500, plead guilty-sent. jail, fine $400, jail 110 days  ♦ Tramel Hicks, deadly conduct dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $1,000, probation 18 months  ♦ William Michael Hollyfield Jr., assault causes bodily injury family victim violence, dismissed -uncooperative  ♦ Aria Dode Hooser, theft property $50 to $500, no contest-probation granted, fine $500, probation 12 months  ♦ Bobby lee Hornsby, obstruct highway passageway, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $600, probation 15 months  ♦ Brennen Scott Hughes, drivng while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted, fine $2,000, jail 180 days, probation 18 months; false report to police officer, no contest-probation granted, fine $2000, jail 180 days, probation 12 months  ♦ Hugh Taylor Inman, obstruct highway passageway, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $2,000, probation 18 months  ♦ Samuel Norman James, driving while intoxicated/open alcohol container, dismissed  ♦ Garrett Vaughn Johnson, purchase furnish alcohol to a minor, P-trial intervention dismissed-successfully completed PTI  ♦ James Furman Johnson, possession of marijuana under two ounces, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $600, probation 12 months  ♦ Jennifer Gwyn Jones, theft of property between $20 and $500 by check, deferred adjudication, fine $100, probation 2 months  ♦ Mark Edward Kesselring, minor in possession of alcoholic beverage, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $50, probation 90 days  Sunday, April 17, 2011 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7 A  ♦ Matttiew James Kinney, driving with license invalid with previous conviction or suspension without financial responsibility, no contest-probation granted — (warr# complaint) (warr# complaint), fine $2000, probation 15 months  ♦ William Cody Komdorffer, possession dangerous drug, no contest-jail, fine $500, jail 120 days  ♦ William Cody Korndorffer, criminal mischief between $500 and $1,500, no contest-jail, fine $500, jail 120 days  ♦ William Cody Korndorffer, possession of marijuana under two ounces, dismissed — (Warr# complaint)  (Warr# complaint)  ♦ Rebecca Lea Kurtz, theft of property between $20 and $500 by check, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $300, probation 12 months  ♦ Lance Harold Lackey, speeding, deferred adjudication/unsupervised, fine $50, probation 60 days  ♦ Justin Nathan Laning 6, criminal trespass habrtation/shefter/suprfund/ infrastructure dismissed deferred adjudication, fine £>00, probation 90 days.  ♦ Monica Anne Lawson, obstruct highway passageway, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $2000, probation 18 months  ♦ Atalia Lewis, theft of property between $500 and $1,500, no contest-jail, fine $200, jail 45 days  ♦ Ryan Christopher Longer, driving while license invalid with previous conviction or suspension without financial responsibility, dismissed-convicted previously for same offense in NB municipal court  ♦ Oscar Longoria, speeding, deferred adjudiction/unsupervised, fine $50, probation 90 days  ♦ John Anthony Lopez, sale distribution or display harmful matter to minor, no contest-deferred adjudication, fine $750, probation 24 months  ♦ Sean Ryan Lowry, theft of property between $50 and $500, no contest-probation granted, fine $250, jail 180 days, probation 15 months; fictitious counterfeit inspeciton or insurance document for display, no contest-probation granted, fine $250, jail 180 days, probation 15 months; harassment, no contest-probation granted, fine $250, jail 180 months, probation 15 months.  ♦ Michael Anthony Loya, theft of property between $500 and $1,500, P-trial intervention dismissed-completed PTI  ♦ Mary Ester Martinez, theft of property between ©00 and $1,500 by check, no contest-probation granted, jail 365 days  ♦ James Kelby Martin, driving while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted -(warr# complaint), fine $1,000, jail 180 days, probation 12 months.  ♦ Antonio Gaytan Martinez Jr., speeding, dismissed-defendant pled in cause number 2010CR1596A; expired motor veicle inspection, dismissed -defendant pled in cause number 2010CR1596A  ♦ Beatrice Martinez, theft of property between $50 and ©00, dismissed- in the interest of justice  ♦ Enrique Martinez, driving while  intoxicated, no contest-probation granted -(warr# complaint), fine $1200, jail 180 days, probation 15 months  ♦ Pedro Martinez Jr., driving while intoxicated 2nd, plead guilty-sent. probation, fine $4,000, jail 365 days, probation 18 months.  ♦ Robert John Martinez III, theft of property between ©0 and $500 by check dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $150, probation 6 months.  ♦ Alejandro Martinez-Mora, assault causes bodily injury family violence, no contest-jail — (Warr# complaint) (Warr# ICE), fine $500, jail 112 d8ys  ♦ Reinaldo Mata-Rangel, driving while intoxicated, plead guilty-sen-tence probation, fine $750, jail 90 days, probation 12 months  ♦ Ben Donald McCullough, terroristic threat of family/household, no con-test-jail, fine $200  ♦ Tommy Lewis McDonald, theft of property between $20 and $500 by check, dismissed — in the interest of justice restitution paid in full  ♦ Jerry Wayne McGovern, speeding, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $100, probation 60 days  ♦ Christopher M. McGowan, driving while intoxicated 2nd, no contest-probation granted, fine $4000, jail 365 days, probation 15 months  ♦ Edward McKinnis, speeding, deferred adjudication/unsupervised, fine $50, probation 90 days  ♦ Dean Thomas Melton, assault causes bodily injury, acquitted by jury  ♦ Chris Noel Mendoza, possession of marijuana under two ounces, no contest-probation granted, fine ¿000, jail 180 days, probation 12 months.  ♦ Javier E. Meraz, public intoxication with 3 prior convictions, motion to revoke granted, jail 42 days; public intoxication with 3 prior convictions, motion to revoke granted, jail 42 days  ♦ Stephen Arthur Mercer, driving while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted, fine $1000, jail 120 days, probation 12 months  ♦ Lawrence Michael, possession of marijuana between two and 4 ounces, no contest-probation granted, fine ©00, jail 180 days, probation 18 months  ♦ Catherine Diane Moore, theft stolen property between $20 and $500 by check, dismissed; theft stolen property between $20 and $500 by check, dismissed; theft stolen property between $20 and $500 by check, dismissed  ♦ Teodoro Moreno, driving while intoxicated, no contest-jail, fine $200, jail 89 days  ♦ Joanne Rosales Morphis, driving while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted-fine and community service concurrent with, fine $1000, jail 180 days, probation 18 months; possession dangerous drug, dismissed — (warr# complaint) (warr# complaint) (warr# complaint) (warr# complaint); possession dangerous drug, no contest-probation granted — fine & community service concurrent with, fine $1000, jail 365 days, probation 18 months; unlawful carrying weapon, dismissed  ♦ Richard Dosson Mulkey, theft of property between $50 and $500, dis-  TANYA R. GRUN, M.D., RA.  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Ortega, driving while intoxicated, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $600, probation 12 months.  ♦ David Gonzales Ortiz, driving while intoxicated 2nd, motion to revoke granted, jail 300 days  ♦ Ian Thomas Owens, driving while license invalid with previous conviction or suspension without financial responsibility, probation 90 days  ♦ Carlo Vincent Pannone, theft of property between $500 and $1,500 by check, no contest-probation granted, fine $1,000, jail 365 days, probation 12 months  ♦ David Wayne Pelata, open contain-er-vehicle, dismissed  ♦ Roger Kim Porter, possession of marijuana under two ounces, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $500, probation 6 months  ♦ Jesse Prieto III, possession of marijuana under two ounces, probation adjudicated, jail 60 days  ♦ Sharon Quintanilla, possession of marijuana under two ounces, dis-missed-interest of justice  ♦ Courtney Renee Ramsey, theft of property between $50 and ©00, no contest-deferred adjudication, fine $250, probation 12 months  ♦ Stephani Elane Rigney, possession of marijuana under two ounces, admin close-dup case  ♦ Francisco Rivera Jr., theft of property between ©0 and $500, no contest-jail, fine ©00, jail 97 days  ♦ Christopher Anthony Rodriguez, possession of marijuana under two ounces, no contest-jail, fine $400, jail 60 days  ♦ Joel Padilla Rodriguez, possession of marijuana under two ounces, probation adjudicated, jail 75 days; theft of property between $50 and ©00, no contest-jail, fine $500, jail 75 days  ♦ Juan R. Rodriguez, speeding, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $80, probation 3 months  ♦ Leticia Caballero Rodriguez, theft of property between ©0 and ©00 by check, deferred adjudication/unsupervised, fine $100, probation 6 months  ♦ Jacob Randall Roller, possession of marijuana under two ounces, pretrial intervention dismissed-completed PTI  ♦ Edward Christopher Salinas, pos-  session of marijuana under two ounces, no contest-probation granted, fine $400, jail 90 days, probation 12 months  ♦ Casey Bill Sanders, driving while intoxicated/open alcohol container, no contest-probation granted, fine ©50, jail 180 days, probation 12 months  ♦ Justin Lee Schmidt accident involving damage to vehicle more than ©00, no contest-probation granted, fine $800, jail 90 days, probation 12 months  ♦ Mason Elliot Schmidt possession of marijuana under two ounces, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $400, probation 18 months  ♦ Terri Lynn Schwartz, theft of property between $50 and $500, deferred adjudication, fine $50, probation 12 months  ♦ Devon Scrutchin, possession of marijuana under two ounces, no contest-jail, fine ©00  ♦ Serafín Antonio Servin, driving while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted, fine $1,500, jail term 180 days, probation 18 montiis; evading arrest detention, no contest-probation granted, fine $1,500, jail 180 days, probation 18 months  ♦ Candice Renee Sheffield, driving while license invalid with previous conviction or suspension, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine ©00, probation 3 months  ♦ Melinda Deann Shelton, assault causes bodily injury, no contest-jail, fine ©,000, jail 180 days  ♦ Virginia Gina Sirio, driving while license invalid with previous conviction or suspension without financial restitution, no contest-probation granted — (warr# complaint), fine $1,000, jail 180 days, probation 12 months  ♦ Warren Michael Skipper, theft of property between $50 and $500, plead guilty-sent jail, fine $500, jail 160 days  ♦ Andrew Paul Smith, theft of services between ©0 and $¿0, no contest-deferred adjudication, fine ©00, probation ©months  ♦ Keen Soto, theft of property between ©0 and $500, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $300  ♦ Jess Parker Stewart-Hill, ran red light dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $50, probation 60 days  ♦ Leslie Irene Strickland, theft of property between $500 and $1,500 by check, deferred adjudication/unsupervised, fine $150, probation 6 months  ♦ Shelby Leigh Stuck, possession of marijuana under two ounces, no contest-probation granted, fine ©50, jail 90 days, probation 15 months  ♦ Christopher Ronald Sumcizk, possession of marijuana under two ounces, probation adjudicated, jail 120 days, probation 12 months  ♦ Carlos A. Tafoya, criminal mischief between ©0 and $500, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine ©50, probation 18 months; criminal trespass-habitation/shelter center, dismissed  deferred adjudication, probation 18 months  ♦ Pedro Mariano Tejeda, theft of property between ©0 and $500 by check, dismissed-defendant deceased  ♦ Morgan R. Thomson, deadly conduct dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $1,500, probation 12 months  ♦ Mary Jean Tipler, theft of property between $20 and $500 by check, deferred adjudication/unsupervised, fine $50, probation 6 months  ♦ Jason Lee Trahan, driving while intoxicated, motion denied continued probation  ♦ Michael Shannon Underhill, boating while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted, fine $50, jail 90 days, probation 12 months  ♦ Maribel Vasquez, theft of property between $50 and ©00, dismissed in the interest of justice  ♦ Raul Macias Vasquez, driving while license suspended, no contest probation granted/unsupervised, fine $200, probation 12 months  ♦ Alonzo Vega Jr., possession of marijuana under two ounces, no contest-jail, fine $400, jail 125 days  ♦ Alonzo Vega Jr., evading arrest detention, dismissed — for plea to 2011CR0243 & 2007CR1262; failure to identify fugitive intentionally give false informatin, no contest-jail, fine $400, jail 125 days  ♦ Stephanie Villarreal, theft of property between $500 and $1,500 by check, dismissed  ♦ Jared Pate Vinson, driving while license invalid with previous conviction or suspension without financial responsibility, deferred adjudication, fine $300, probation 12 months  ♦ Sandra Barragan Vivas, theft of property between $50 and ©00, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $100, probation 90 days  ♦ Kolton Robert Warren, speeding, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $100, probation 6 months  ♦ James Drury West, theft of proerty between ©0 and $500, no contest-jail, jail 50 days  ♦ Josue Allan West-Gutierrez, driving while intoxicated, dismissed -defendant signed 12 mos. extention  ♦ Nathan Wayne Wheatley, driving while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted, jail 180 days, probation 12 months; possession of marijuana under two ounces, dismissed-convic-tion in other case  ♦ Michael Canon Wineriter, accident involving damage to vehicle more than ©00, dismissed deferred adjudication, probation 12 months  ♦ Alec Edward Wirt, minor in possession of alcohol beverage, deferred/unsupervised, probation 60 days  ♦ James Doyle Zabonik, public intoxication, deferred adjudication, fine ©0, probation 180 days  ♦ Denice Audriana Zuniga, theft of property between ©0 and ©00, p-trial intervention dismissed  Safety is what matters,  New Braunfels Utilities presents  Operation  MedSafe  in partnership with Home Instead Senior Care,  New Braunfels Police Department, and Gentlva Home Health  Drop off your expired and unused prescription and over-the-counter pills and tablets.  mt  ¡Ml +*  mm  Saturday, April 30,10:00am - 2:00pm New Braunfels Utilities Main Office 263 East Main Plaza, New Braunfels  (enter back parking lot from Comal Avenue)  Help keep yourself, your family, and your community water supply safe by properly disposing of unused medications. Please note we can only accept pharmaceutical and over-the-counter pills and tablets  Drive up, drop off, and drive out!  For more information, visit  www.nbutexas.com  or call 830-628-8486.  «  NbU  Here is what matters.   

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