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DA’s office releases list of recent plea deals

DA’s office releases list of recent plea deals
April 04
15:44 2019

The 90th District Judicial District Attorney for Stephens and Young counties recently released the following list of plea deals for Stephens County for January and February 2019:

January 2019

  • Ben Carlos Acosta, 35, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon and was sentenced to 40 years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Institutional Division, and to pay $5,000 fine and court costs; pleaded guilty to the offense of Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon and was sentenced to 40 years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay $5,000 fine and court costs; pleaded guilty to the offense of Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon and was sentenced to 40 years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay $5,000 fine and court costs; and, pleaded guilty to the offense of Assault Against Public Servant and was sentenced to 10 years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay court costs.
  • Hector Puebla, 57, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Burglary of Building and was sentenced to 15 years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay court costs.

February 2019

  • Paula Gail Hight, 42, of Breckenridge: Pleaded True to the allegations in the State’s Motion to Adjudicate Community Supervision for the offense of Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity and was sentenced to 15 years confinement in the TDCJ-ID, and to pay remaining fine and court costs; pleaded True to the allegations in the State’s Motion to Adjudicate Community Supervision for the offense of Delivery of Controlled Substance 1 Gram or More but Less Than 4 Grams – Methamphetamine and was sentenced to 15 years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay remaining restitution and court costs; and, pleaded True to the allegations in the State’s Motion to Adjudicate Community Supervision for the offense of Delivery of Controlled Substance 1 Gram or More but Less Than 4 Grams – Methamphetamine and was sentenced to 15 years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay remaining restitution and court costs.
  • Danyul Paul Hamilton, 27, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Indecency with a Child – Sexual Contact and was sentenced to 8 years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay $1,500 fine and court costs.
  • Fountain Wesley Bullard, 35, of Haltom City: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Burglary of Habitation and was sentenced to 8 years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay $5,000 fine and court costs.
  • Mark Anthony Diaz, 46, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Assault Family Member – 2nd Offender and was sentenced to 4 years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay $2,000 fine and court costs.
  • James Earl Jones, Jr., 43, of Breckenridge: Pleaded True to the allegations in the State’s Motion to Adjudicate Community Supervision for the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance 1 Gram or More but Less Than 4 Grams – Methamphetamine and was sentenced to 2 years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay remaining fine and court costs; and, pleaded True to the allegations in the State’s Motion to Adjudicate Community Supervision for the offense of Forgery Financial Instrument and was sentenced to 12 months confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice – State Jail Division, and to pay remaining court costs.
  • Aaron Ray Roberson, 27, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance Less Than 1 Gram – Methamphetamine – Lesser Included Offense and was sentenced to 24 months confinement in TDCJ-SJ, and to pay $1,500 fine and court costs; and, pleaded guilty to the offense of Theft of Firearm and was sentenced to 24 months confinement in TDCJ-SJ, and to pay $1,500 fine and court costs.
  • Samantha Hope Bloxham, 23, of Abilene: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Burglary of Habitation and was sentenced to 10 years community supervision and to pay $500 fine and court cost.
  • Candice Lynn Carey, 36, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Evading Arrest with a Motor Vehicle and was sentenced to 10 years community supervision and to pay $2,000 fine and court costs; and, pleaded guilty to the offense of Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle and was sentenced to 5 years community supervision and to pay court costs.
  • Robert Glenn Deaton, 66, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Sex Offender Duty to Register Life/Annually and was sentenced to 10 years community supervision and to pay $1,500 fine and court costs.
  • Christa Diane McCullough, 30, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon and was sentenced to 10 years community supervision and to pay $2,000 fine and court costs.
  • Donald Glen Martin, Jr., 27, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Assault – Family Member – 2nd Offender and was sentenced to 8 years community supervision, and to pay $1,500 fine and court costs.
  • Joe Louis Jimenez, 50, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Assault – Family Member – 2nd Offender and was sentenced to 5 years community supervision, and to pay $500 fine and court costs.
  • Howard Stephen Green, 40, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Sex Offenders Duty to Register Life/Annually and was sentenced to 5 years community supervision, and to pay $1,500 fine and court costs.
  • Joshua Scott Morgan, 34, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance Less Than 1 Gram – Methamphetamine and was sentenced to 5 years community supervision, and to pay $500 fine, restitution, and court costs.
  • Todd Allen Rodgers, 33, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Delivery of Controlled Substance One Gram or More but Less Than 4 Grams – Methamphetamine and was sentenced to 4 years community supervision, and to pay $500 fine, restitution, and court costs.
  • Ronald Cage Bordelon, 18, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Burglary of Habitation and was sentenced to 3 years community supervision, and to pay restitution and court costs.
  • Brandon Richmond, 21, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Evading Arrest with a Motor Vehicle and was sentenced to 3 years community supervision, and to pay $500 fine and court costs.
  • Blake Levi Swan, 22, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance Less Than 1 Gram – Methamphetamine and was sentenced to 3 years community supervision, and to pay $1,500 fine and court costs.
  • Alyssa Shayanne Vanmeter, 19, of Breckenridge: Pleaded guilty to the offense of Burglary of Habitation and was sentenced to 3 years community supervision and to pay $500 fine and court costs.

For more information on the “Rocket Docket” that led to the multiple cases in February, click here to read the Breckenridge Texan article.

To read more about Ben Carlos Acosta’s case, click here for the Breckenridge Texan story.

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