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Stephens County District Attorney announces list of plea deals for January 2022

Stephens County District Attorney announces list of plea deals for January 2022
March 23
16:28 2022

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 in January. There were no plea deals made in February.

  • Clifford Lloyd Carter, 51, Breckenridge, pleaded True to the allegations in the State’s Motion to Adjudicate Community Supervision for the offense of Forgery Government/National Instrument/Money/Security and was sentenced to four years confinement in Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Institutional Division (TDCJ-ID), and to pay remaining fine and court costs.
  • Larrett Lane Lawrence, 29, Stephenville, pleaded guilty to the offense of Unlawful Possession of Firearm by Felon and was sentenced to four years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay $1,500 fine and court costs.
  • Magen L’shell Wilcoxen, 25, Cisco, pleaded guilty to the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance Four Grams or More but Less Than 200 Grams – Methamphetamine – Lesser Included Offense and was sentenced to four years confinement in TDCJ-ID, and to pay $1,000 fine, restitution, and court costs.
  • John Robert Nichols, 31, Breckenridge, pleaded guilty to the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance Less Than One Gram – Methamphetamine and was sentenced to 560 Days confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice – State Jail Division (TDCJ-SJ), and to pay restitution and court costs; and pleaded guilty to the offense of Evading Arrest or Detention with Previous Conviction and was sentenced to 560 Days confinement in TDCJ-SJ, and to pay court costs.
  • Kristopher Glen Russell, 41, Ranger, pleaded guilty to the offense of Fail to Comply Sex Offender Duty to Register with Previous Conviction and was sentenced to 10 years community supervision and to pay $1,000 fine and court costs; pleaded guilty to the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance Four Grams or More but Less Than 200 Grams – Methamphetamine and was sentenced to 10 years community supervision and to pay $1,000 fine, restitution, and court costs; pleaded guilty to the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance One Gram or More but Less Than Four Grams – Methamphetamine and was sentenced to 10 years community supervision and to pay $1,000 fine, restitution and court costs.
  • Eric John Huddleston, 34, Breckenridge, pleaded guilty to the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance Less Than One Gram – Cocaine, and was sentenced to three years community supervision and to pay $500 fine, restitution, and court costs.
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