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Posted on March 19, 2017 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Marriages/Divorces

Potter County

Ivan Darien Chacon Martinez, Nataly Gonzalez Montano

Jose Angel Enriquez, Ceidy Janai Guevara

Joseph Wayne Ilse, Victoria Michelle Loya

Charles Edward Graves, Kelsie Nicole Alston

Vern Lamont Blair, Jessica Saucedo Arguijo

Dennis Cory Woods, Brittany Rochall Bridges

Javier Saliva, Lisa Marie Martinez

Francisco Martin Mabie, Destiny Ruiz

Javier Dominguez Lozano, Manuela Baca Dununez

Andrew Dayle Decker, Kaytlynn Grace Simpson

Seth Colton Philley, Sunny Dawn Jackson

Jose Ramon Martinez Pena, Cristina Montoya

Ralph Pena Luera, Dianna Mercado Estrada

Patricio Tovar Flores, Consuelo Vasquez Bitonel

Gregoria Juanita Williams, Vanessa Larae Ornelas

John Ryan Soliz, Cheyenne Renea Dutton

Michael David Lowe, Jordan Revice Ingersoll

Gary Charles Brown, Brenda Kaye Powell

That Nay Oo, Ku Ma

Lance Wade Messer, Amanda Britt Corpman

Eric James Castillo, Jennifer Nicole Woods

Zachory Dayne Coleman, Chelsey Anna Lezza Guebara

Richard Curtis Dye, Leah Heather Sottile

Ethan Cole Clemans, Meyda Navarrete

Evan Jesus Sanchez, Paula Hernandez

Plata Andres Ivan Leon, Sahira N. Macias

Aaron Daniel Woodard, Kayleigh Alene Smith

James Anthony McCarty, Manda Joy White

Luis Montes, Amie Renae Payton

Luis Jacinto Nunez, Denee Marie Delacerda

Russell Tyler Sanderson, Stephanie Deloris Smyrl

Jace Landon Foster, Malory Jane Martin

Genero Soria, Mary Helen Olguin

Charles Lee Morgan, Shannon Ruth Sweeten

Mickey Angel Morelos, Jassel Jazmin Heredia Chavez

Rosendo Barron Garcia, Marisol Huerta Campuzano

Venzor Gaspar Olivas, Anjelica Monique Garcia

Victor Juan Mondragon Venessa Emma Soto

Francisco Fabian Mendoza, Crystal Lynn Rodriguez

Randall County

Austin Travis Burks, Emily Ann Abbott

Ronnie Ray Mackey, Sharon Ruth Courtney

Mary Ellen Gonzalez, Jose Miguel Mejia

Wally Guerrero, Roxanne Torres

Muhammad Asad, Rafeea Almas

Sheldon Lee Jensen, Christine Margareet Jones

Beatirz Rey, David Garcia

Zane Alexander Brorman, Cambry Nicole Cooper

John Michael Gossett, Kimberly Dianne Kizer

Wesley Robert Dewey, Amanda Lynn Peterson

Travis Owen Holmes, Kelsie Margaree Chisholm

David Jerome Hood, Barbara Avon Bold

Clifford Wayne Mahaffey, Lisa Ann Wells

Adrian L. Rodriguez, Brianna Nichole Villalva

Daniel Eli Mercer, Hali Rae Southall

Joseph Cory Mulder, Lisa Marie Bray

Ronald Patrick Goodlin, Amy Nicole Wilbur

Lloyd Ray Ryder, Cicily Renee Ward

Divorces

Potter County

Kimberly Ann Blackerby, Trevor Ryan Blackerby

Jeffrey Emmanuel Jackson, Ermelinda Jackson

Myint Aye, Tin Myint

Kayla Doan Pham, Bang Anh Nguyen

Kristin Michelle Poole, Kaleb Heath Poole

Esperanza Rios, Antonio Rios Martinez

Valree D. Johnson, Michael R. Johnson

Joshua Michael Cortez, Melinda Campolla Cortez

Tara Lyn-Dar Ray Johnson, Steven Gene Johnson

Laurie Michelle Stockard, Dusty Joe Stockard

Bradley Shawn Duncan, Nicole Marie Duncan

Brittany Nicole Covey, Christopher Ryan Covey

Randall County

Alexandra Tyler, Kevin Tyler

David Dix, Marva Dix

Cathey Jill Fox, Robert Benjamin Fox

Jason Patrick, Miklannet Tennal-Patrick Potter County District Courts

47th District

Tabyron Boxten, Judgment. Manufacture/deliver controlled substance. Punishment assessed 20 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Enrique Torres Renova, Judgment. Drug possession. Punishment assessed nine months in state jail, $1000 fine and costs.

Judith Diane Ortega, Deferred adjudication. Drug possession. Defendant received three years probation, $500 fine and costs.

181st District

Scottie Dewayne Brewer, Judgment. Two counts of Indecent sexual assault of a child. Punishment assessed 15 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs. No contact with victim or any child under 17 years of age.

Cody Clay Farley, Judgment. Drug possession. Punishment assessed 10 months in state jail, $500 fine and costs.

Sisavath Tony Phothisene, Judgment. Drug possession. Punishment assessed eight years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

320th District

Robert Willis, Deferred adjudication. Possession of marijuana. Defendant received seven years probation, $1,000 fine and costs.

Pascual Romero Gonzalez, Deferred adjudication. Evading arrest/detention with a vehicle. Defendant received three years probation, $350 fine and costs.

Angela Renea Klinke, Deferred adjudication. Theft. Defendant received five years probation, $500 fine and costs.

Jennifer Ann Bushey, Deferred adjudication on two charges of Burglary. Defendant received five years probation and costs on each charge.

108th District

Henry Cantu Gonzales, Judgment on three charges of credit or debit card abuse. Punishment assessed 12 months in state jail and costs on each charge.

Richard Hobbs, Judgment. Sex offender’s duty to register. Punishment assessed 14 months in state jail and costs.

Courtney Ann Haney, Deferred adjudication. Manufacture/deliver controlled substance. Defendant received 10 years probation, $1,000 fine and costs.

Jimmy Donnell Shoels, Judgment. Family violence – Continuous violence against the family Punishment assessed three years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Joseph Graham Spivey, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance. Defendant received three years probation, $500 fine and costs.

Rockie Renea McMahan, Judgment. Drug possession. Punishment assessed eight years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Silas Danny Stacey, Deferred adjudication. Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Defendant received six years probation, $300 fine and costs.

Jeremy Ray Harris, Judgment. Drug possession. Punishment assessed 12 months in state jail and costs.

Justin Lane Williams, Judgment. Drug possession. Punishment assessed 14 months in state jail, $500 fine and costs.

Francine Michelle Kania, Deferred adjudication. Escape, causing bodily injury. Defendant received three years probation, $500 fine and costs.

Gary Dale Tucker, Judgment on three charges. (1) Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Punishment assessed 20 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, $500 fine and costs.

Gary Dale Tucker, Judgment on three charges. (2) Assault, intentional/reckless, breath/circulation of family member with previous conviction . Punishment assessed 10 years in TDCJID and costs.

Gary Dale Tucker, Judgment on three charges. (3) Possession of a controlled substance. Punishment assessed two years in state jail and costs.

Christopher Lee Robertson, Judgment. Evading arrest/detention with a vehicle. Punishment assessed four years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, $250 fine and costs.

Ronald Steven Oskay, Judgment. Drug possession. Punishment assessed 12 months in state jail and costs.

Court at Law No. 1

Ralph S. Martinez Jr., Judgment. Possession of marijuana. Punishment assessed 45 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Beronica Acosta Chavez, Judgment. Possession of marijuana. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Ashley Diane Fleming, Judgment. Possession of marijuana. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Herman Henry Luna, Judgment. Theft. Judgment. Theft. Punishment assessed 30 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Michael Anthony Hood, Judgment on two charges. (1) Possession of a controlled substance and (2)Failure to identify. Punishment assessed 45 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs on each charge.

Tristen Aaron Love, Judgment on two charges. (1) Possession of marijuana. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Tristen Aaron Love, Judgment on two charges. (2) Possession of a dangerous drug. Punishment assessed 30 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Joshua James Hollis, Judgment. Driving with invalid license. Punishment assessed 12 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Julian Alvarado-Ramirez, Judgment. DWI, second offense. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Devon Witcher, Judgment Theft. Punishment assessed 30 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Roslynn Elizabeth Kobs, Judgment on three charges of Possession of a controlled substance. Punishment assessed 60 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs on each charge.

Court at Law No. 2

Elsie Murillo Diaz, Judgment. DWI, second offense. Punishment assessed 18 months probation and costs.

Caesar Benjamin Aguirre, Judgment on two charges. (1) Possession of marijuana. Punishment assessed 30 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Caesar Benjamin Aguirre, Judgment on two charges. (2) Possession of a controlled substance. Punishment assessed 15 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Christopher David McMullan, Judgment. Possession of marijuana. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Whitney Arlene Wilson, Judgment. Failure to identify. Punishment assessed 30 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Elizabeth Trevino Reyes, Judgment. Theft. Punishment assessed nine days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Eric Eli Gamez, Judgment. Theft. Punishment assessed 24 days in Potter County Detention Center and costs.

Taylor Breanne Cline, Judgment on two charges. (1) Evading arrest and (2) Possession of marijuana. Punishment assessed six days in Potter County Detention Center and costs on each charge.

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Judith Castorena, Judgment. Theft by check. Punishment assessed fine and costs.

Randall County District Courts

47th District

Maria Angelica Mendoza, Judgment. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed 10 months in state jail and costs.

Ashley Michelle Rollins, Judgment. Abandon/endanger a child, with intent to return. Punishment assessed 12 months in state jail and costs.

Ricky Dan Allee, Judgment. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed 12 months in state jail and costs.

Markeen Rayshon Walker, Judgment on two counts. Count 1 – Unlawful possession of firearm by a felon. Punishment assessed five years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Markeen Rayshon Walker, Judgment on two counts. Count 2 – Theft of firearm. Punishment assessed 12 months in state jail and costs.

Kimberly Lynne Woith, Deferred adjudication. Criminal mischief, more than $2,500 less than $30,000. Defendant received four years probation and costs.

Veronica Anna Gutierrez, Deferred adjudication. Credit or debit card abuse. Defendant received two years probation and costs.

Janet Leann Jung, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram in drug free zone. Defendant received three years probation and costs.

Dorothy Dalia Moctezuma, Deferred adjudication. Credit or debit card abuse, elderly. Defendant received seven years probation and costs.

Jordan Daniel Hart, Deferred adjudication. Theft of property, more than $2,500 less than $30,000. Defendant received two years probation and costs.

181st District

Izabella Michelle Wiggin, Judgment on two charges. (1) Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed 15 months in state jail and costs.

Izabella Michelle Wiggin, Judgment on two charges. (2) Bail jumping and failure to appear, felony. Punishment assessed two years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Christopher Lee Robertson, Judgment. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed 16 months in state jail and costs.

Caleb Aaron Unruh, Judgment on two charges. (1) Delivery of marijuana, less than 1/4 ounce in drug free zone. Punishment assessed six years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Caleb Aaron Unruh, Judgment on two charges. (2) Delivery of marijuana, more than 1/4 ounce less than five pounds. Punishment assessed 18 months in state jail and costs.

Katie Jo Pate, Judgment. Burglary of habitation. Punishment assessed seven years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Tyler Anthony Lane, Judgment. Sexual assault. Punishment assessed two years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Cody Lee Rinehart, Judgment. Theft of property, less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions. Punishment assessed 15 months in state jail and costs.

Joseph Mack-Allen Skinner, Judgment on two charges. (1) Driving while intoxicated, third or more offenses, enhanced. Punishment assessed 10 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Joseph Mack-Allen Skinner, Judgment on two charges. (2) Two counts: Count 1 – Driving while intoxicated, third or more offenses, enhanced. Punishment assessed ten years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Joseph Mack-Allen Skinner, Judgment on two charges. (2) Two counts: Count 2 – Accident involving injury, enhanced. Punishment assessed five years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Jorge Adan Hernandez, Judgment on two counts. Count 1 – Engage in organized criminal activity. Punishment assessed 10 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Jorge Adan Hernandez, Judgment on two counts. Count 2 -Credit or debit card abuse. Punishment assessed 24 months in state jail and costs.

Jerrold Warren Lincoln, Judgment on two charges. (1) Theft of property, more than $2,500 less than $30,000. Punishment assessed 24 months in state jail and costs.

Jerrold Warren Lincoln, Judgment on two charges. (2) Bail jumping and failure to appear, felony. Punishment assessed 10 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Anthony Martinez Jr., Judgment. Injury to child/elderly/disabled with intentional bodily injury. Punishment assessed four years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Antonio Jesus Ramos, Judgment. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed 12 months probation and costs.

Deborah Anne Barbosa, Judgment on two counts: Count 1 – Forgery of a financial instrument and Count 2 – Theft of property, less than $2,500, with two or more previous convictions. Punishment assessed 15 months in state jail and costs.

Kyle Wayne Smithey, Judgment on two counts. Count 1 – Possession of a controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 200 grams, enhanced and Count 2 – Tamper/fabricate physical evidence, with intent to impair, enhanced. Punishment assessed 10 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Kalaundra Chantrel Gardner, Judgment. Lesser included Possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces. Punishment assessed 120 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

251st District

Rex Jeremy Bevers, Judgment. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Punishment assessed nine months in state jail and costs.

Randy Steven Castillo, Judgment on four counts. (1-2) Two counts of Aggravated sexual assault of a child. Punishment assessed 15 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs on each count.

Randy Steven Castillo, Judgment on four counts. (3-4) Two counts of sexual assault of a child. Punishment assessed 10 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs on each count..

David Wayne Andresen, Judgment. Burglary of habitation. Punishment assessed five years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Henry Omar Medina-Toro, Deferred adjudication. Sexual assault. Defendant received five years probation and costs.

David Houston McNew Jr., Judgment. Abandon/endanger a child, criminal negligence. Punishment assessed two years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Michael Douglas Gaines, Deferred adjudication. Manufacture/deliver controlled substance, more than 200 grams less than 400 grams. Defendant received seven years probation and costs.

Earl Eugene Prion, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received two years probation and costs.

Timetreous Jermaine Dizer, Deferred adjudication on four counts. (1-2) Two counts of Assault of family/household member impede breath/circulation and (3-4) Two counts of Assault of family/household member with previous conviction. Defendant received eight years probation and costs.

Juan Manuel Deanda Jr., Deferred adjudication. Possession of controlled substance, more than 4 grams less than 400 grams. Defendant received three years probation and costs.

Lindsey Danielle Garrett, Deferred adjudication. Abandon/endanger a child, criminal negligence. Defendant received three years probation and costs.

Niko Guerrero, Deferred adjudication. Lesser included Assault causing bodily injury. Defendant received two years probation and costs.

Deborah Ann Barbosa, Judgment. Theft of property, less than $2,500, with two or more previous convictions. Punishment assessed 15 months in state jail and costs.

Tearenei Nichole Lawrence, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, more than 200 grams less than 400 grams. Defendant received seven years probation and costs.

21st District

Rodney Jerreal Darnes, Deferred adjudication. Possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Defendant received three years probation and costs.

Court at Law No. 1

Lucy Ann Villareal, Judgment. Issuance of a bad check. Punishment assessed fine and costs.

Rebecca Ann Aragon, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed 30 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Robert Livingston Delafield, Judgment. Terroristic threat, causing fear of imminent serious bodily injury. Punishment assessed 45 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Ricardo Moreno, Judgment. Issuance of a bad check. Punishment assessed fine and costs.

Miguel Varela Jr., Judgment. Possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces. Punishment assessed nine days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Court at Law No. 2

Jordan Earl Lanier, Deferred adjudication. Possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces. Defendant received six months probation and costs.

Johnathan Hunter Windham, Judgment. Issuance of a bad check. Punishment assessed fine and costs.

Marshall Lee Ottinger Jr., Judgment. Harassment. Punishment assessed three days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Milos Filipovic, Judgment. Burglary of a vehicle. Punishment assessed 30 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Keili Kuriyama Laurent, Deferred adjudication. Violation of bond/protective order. Defendant received nine months probation and costs.

Michael Blane Wilcox, Judgment. Possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces. Punishment assessed six days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Ricardo Hernandez, Judgment. Driving while intoxicated. Punishment assessed six days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Fred Daniel Aragon, Judgment. Failure to identify fugitive, intentionally give false information. Punishment assessed 30 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Bryant Anthony Betancourt, Judgment. Traffic offense, Class C. Punishment assessed fine and costs.

Jennifer Ann Bushey, Judgment. Burglary of coin operated/collection machine. Punishment assessed 30 days in Randall County Jail and costs.

Gabriel Ryan Widener, Deferred adjudication. Criminal mischief, more than $750 less than $2,500. Defendant received 12 months probation and costs.

Revocations

Potter County District Courts

47th District

Kimberly Ann Harding, Judgment to revoke probation. Auto theft. Punishment assessed 12 months in state jail, $500 fine and costs.

181st District

Jacob Seth Donald, Judgment to revoke probation on two charges. (1) Burglary. Punishment assessed five years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, $300 fine and costs.

Jacob Seth Donald, Judgment to revoke probation on two charges. (2) Assault of family/household member, impede breath/circulation. Punishment assessed five years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, $500 fine and costs.

Jesus Javier Mascorro, Judgment to revoke probation. Assault against public servant. Punishment assessed four years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, $750 fine and costs.

John Henry Biggers, Judgment to revoke probation. Drug possession. Punishment assessed four years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

108th District

Rockie McMahan, Judgment to revoke probation. Theft, with two prior convictions. Punishment assessed 18 months in state jail and costs.

Deandra Le’Shelle Jackson, Judgment to revoke probation. Theft. Punishment assessed nine months in state jail and costs.

Jeremy Ray Harris Jr., Judgment to revoke probation. Aggravated assault, serious bodily injury. Punishment assessed five years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division and costs.

Carlos Suvitza Najera, Judgment to revoke probation. Assault. Punishment assessed six months in Potter County Detention Center, $2,000 fine and costs.

Noel Limas, Judgment to revoke probation. Drug possession. Punishment assessed six months in state jail and costs.

Dismissals

Potter County District Courts

251st District

David Allen Emmons, Sept. 21, 2005 – Forgery of a financial instrument. Dismissed Feb. 27 – Victim is deceased.

Victor Olivarez, Aug. 18, 2015 – Assault with a deadly weapon. Dismissed Feb. 27 – Material witness problems.

Nga Lone Aung, June 7, 2014 – Two charges of Murder. Dismissed Feb. 28 – Both cases refiled in Cause #72330-D.

320th District

Alvin Gabriel Coffee, April 6, 2015 – Drug possession, enhanced. Dismissed Feb. 24 – Defendant is deceased.

Juan Ortega, Aug. 31 – Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Dismissed Feb. 27 – Best interest of justice.

Randall County District Courts

47th District

Coury Ney Oneill, Sept. 24 – Two counts – (1) Burglary of a habitation, intend other felony and (2) Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Dismissed March 3

181st District

Cory Richard Allison, Oct. 13, 2014 – Credit or debit card abuse. Dismissed Feb. 27

251st District

Amy Elizabeth Gerstberger, May 27, 2014 – Manufacture/deliver a controlled substance, more than 200 grams less than 400 grams. Dismissed Feb. 28

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