Sentences meted out in 115th District Court
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Thirteen felony guilty pleas and two motions to revoke probation were heard in 115th District Court in Gilmer last week, with Judge Lauren Parish presiding.

The motions to revoke probation included:

• Scott Kenneth Williams, 31, Harleton, burglary of a habitation on Jan. 21, 1998. He received five years in prison. The case was prosecuted by Upshur County District Attorney Billy Byrd, and Tim Cone was defense attorney.

• Bruce Smith, 32, Gilmer, assault causing bodily injury/ family violence-enhanced, a third-degree felony. He was sentenced to seven years in prison. Byrd prosecuted the case, and Craig Bass acted as defense attorney.

Guilty pleas included:

• Wendell Webb, 55, Gilmer, delivery of a controlled substance-cocaine (two counts), second-degree felonies. He received 10 years in prison on one count and 18 months in a state jail on the other, with sentences to run concurrently. Upshur County Assistant District Attorney Stacey Brownlee prosecuted the cases, while Barry Wallace acted as defense attorney.

• Juan J. Guerrero, 23, Gilmer, forgery, a state jail felony. He received two years deferred adjudication probation. He was also ordered to pay $800 restitution to his victim and was fined $500. Guerrero was also ordered to perform 400 hours of community service. Mrs. Brownlee was prosector, and Barry Wallace was defense attorney.

• Dustin Glinsmann, 19, Gilmer, criminal mischief-criminal episode, a state jail felony. He received five years deferred adjudication. He was ordered to perform $4,204 in restitution to one victim, and $750 in restitution to another victim.

He also was ordered to perform 600 hours of community service.

Byrd was prosecutor, and Matthew Patton was defense attorney.

• Raymond Eugene Wren, 19, Gilmer, arson, a second-degree felony. He received five years deferred adjudication probation.He was also fined $500 and ordered to make restitution to his victim. Wren was also ordered to perform 800 hours of community service.

Mrs. Brownlee prosecuted the case, and Patton was defense attorney.

• Timothy Allen Wren, 20, Gilmer, arson, a second-degree felony. He received four years in prison. Mrs. Brownlee was prosecutor and Patton was defense attorney.

• Robert Lynn Jones, 59, Ore City, possession of marijuana, a state jail felony. He received a 2-year sentence, probated for four years. He was fined $280 and ordered to perform 400 hours of community service. He also agreed to forfeit $2,715 to the state. Upshur County Assistant District Attorney Edward Choy was prosecutor, and Clement Dunn was defense attorney.

• Kelly Ann Miller, 30, forgery, a state jail felony. She received a 3-year deferred adjudication sentence. She was ordered to pay $2,260 in restitution, was fined $500and ordered to perform 400 hours of community service. She also was required to attend and complete the Women’s Recovery Center. Choy acted as prosecutor, and David Griffith was defense attorney,

• Anthony Edwin Wilkins, 38, Como, theft of property worth between $1,500 and $20,000, a state jail felony. He received 18 months in a state jail. Byrd was prosecutor and Dwight Brannon was defense attorney.

• Angela Joe Phillips, 43, Longview, delivery of a controlled substance-methamphetamine. She received six months in a state jail. Choy was prosecutor and Cone was defense attorney.

• Marcus Allen Smith, 19, Gladewater, burglary of a habitation, a second-degree felony He received five years in prison. Choy was prosecutor, and Novy was defense attorney.

• Mary Wilkerson Wyatt, 31, Dallas, debit card abuse, a state jail felony. She received two years in prison. Choy was prosecutor, and Cone was defense attorney.

• Robert Lee Hyden, 68, driving while intoxicated-subsequent offense, repeat offender, a second-degree felony. He received 15 yeas in prison. Byrd was prosecutor, and Novy was defense attorney.

There was also a Class A misdemeanor guilty plea for attempted car theft (unauthorized use of a motor vehicle). The guilty party received nine months in the county jail.
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