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District Attorney releases list of plea deals for January and February

District Attorney releases list of plea deals for January and February
April 16
18:15 2021

Stephens County District Attorney Dee Peavy’s office recently released the following list of plea deals that were made in the 90th Judicial District Court.

January 2021
  • Dora Isabell Gwaltney, 36, Breckenridge, pleaded True to the allegations in the State’s Motion to Revoke Community Supervision for the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance Less Than One Gram – Methamphetamine and was sentenced to 15 months confinement in Texas Department of Criminal Justice – State Jail Division (TDCJ-SJ), and to pay remaining fine and court costs.
  • Vonesa Fatime Vraniqi, 39, Breckenridge, pleaded True to the allegation in the State’s Motion to Adjudicate Community Supervision for the offense of Criminal Mischief $2,500 or More but Less Than $30,000 and was sentenced to 12 months confinement in TDCJ-SJ, and to pay remaining court costs.
February 2021
  • Matthew Neil Honea, 32, Breckenridge, pleaded True to the allegations in the State’s Motion to Revoke Community Supervision for the offense of Tamper/Fabricate Physical Evidence with Intent to Impair and was sentenced to five years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Institutional Division (TDCJ-ID), and to pay remaining fine and court costs.
  • Steven Dye, 41, Granbury, pleaded guilty to the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance Less Than One Gram – Methamphetamine and was sentenced to 15 months confinement in the TDCJ-SJ, and to pay remaining fine and court costs.
  • Zacharia Zane Browning, 26, Breckenridge, pleaded guilty to the offense of Assault Family/Household Member with Previous Conviction and was sentenced to five years community supervision, and to pay $1,000 fine and court costs.

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