Guilty pleas, motions to revoke heard in court
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Two felony motions to revoke probation and 10 guilty pleas were heard in 115th District Court in Gilmer Tuesday. One misdemeanor motion to revoke probation and one misdemeanor guilty plea also occurred.

Judge Lauren Parish presided and meted out sentences.

Motions to revoke probation included:

• David Wesley Shimic, 26, Marshall, evading arrest with a vehicle, a state jail felony. He received 18 months in a state jail. Upshur County Assistant District Attorney Natalie Miller prosecuted the case, and Charles Van Cleef was defense attorney.

• Kevin Earl Bumbard, 48, Longview, driving while intoxicated-subsequent offense, a third-degree felony. He received five years in prison. District Attorney Billy Byrd prosecuted the case, and Edward Choy was defense attorney.

• In the misdemeanor motion to revoke case, a 29-year-old Big Sandy woman was sentenced to 90 days in the Upshur County Jail for attempted forgery. Ms. Miller was prosecutor, and Van Cleef was defense attorney.

Guilty pleas included:

• Morgan Hughes Hawley, 29, Big Sandy, harassment of a public servant, a third-degree felony. She received 10 years in prison, probated for seven years. She was also fined $2,000 and ordered to do 600 hours of community servce. Ms. Miller was prosecutor, and Van Cleef was defense attorney.

• Russell Wade Frazier, 27, Longview, driving while intoxicated with a child passenger, a state jail felony. He received two years in a state jail, probated for five years. He was also fined $1,750 and ordered to do 400 hours of community service. Ms. Miller prosecuted the case, and Thomas Jackson was defense attorney.

• Keenan Charles Payne, 31, Gladewater, driving while intoxicated-subsequent offense, a third-degree felony. He received seven years in prison, probated for four years. He was also fined $1,000 and assigned 300 hours of community service. Jason Cassel was defense attorney, and the case was prosecuted by Byrd.

• Paulin Ignacio Rivera, 45, Pittsburg, driving while intoxicated-subsequent offense, a third-degree felony. He received 10 years in prison, probated for five years. He was also fined $2,500, and ordered to do 600 hours of community service.

Another of the many stipulations he must meet is to be confined for 10 days in the county jail, can be served on weekends, and must be done within 180 days of the plea. Ms. Miller was prosecutor, and Scott Novy was defense attorney.

• Julio Dario Abrego Borjas, 35, Gilmer, injury to a child, a third-degree felony. He received six years in a state jail. Ms. Miller was prosecutor, and Craig Bass was defense attorney.

• Dustin Paul Homan, 33, assault family violence-occlusion, enhanced, a second-degree felony. He received eight years deferred adjudication. He was also fined $1,500 and must do 600 hours of community service. Assistant District Attorney Rebecca Ojeman was prosecutor, and Barry Wallace was defense attorney.

• William Bryan Heaney, 24, Gladewater, aggravated assault causing bodily injury with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony. He got eight years deferred adjudication probation, was fined $2,500, and assigned 400 hours of community service. Ms. Ojeman was prosecutor, and Wallace was defense attorney.

• Tamar Latrese Stern, 37, Daingerfield, delivery of dihydrocodeinone, a controlled substand, a second-degree felony. She received 10 years in prison, probated for eight years. She also was fined $1,500, and must do 800 hours of community service. Clement Dunn was defense attorney, and Ms. Miller was prosecutor.

• Justin Cooper Graham, 34, Gilmer, tampering with physical evidence, a third-degree felony. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison, probated for seven years. He was also fined $1,500 and told to do 600 hours of community service. Ms. Miller acted as prosecutor, and Clement Dunn was defense attorney.

• Gene Paul Hooks, 47, Gilmer, hindering a secured creditor, a state jail felony. He received two years in a state jail, probated for five years. He was fined $1,250 and ordered to pay $6,466 to his victim. He also was told to perform 400 hours of community service. Ms. Miller was prosecutor, and Mike Martin was defense attorney.

In the Class A misdemeanor case, a 50-year-old man from Foreman, Ark., pleaded guilty to Attempted Possession of Controlled Substance-Methamphetamine. He received two years deferred adjudication probaton, and was fined $1,000. Byrd was prosecutor, and John Moore was defense attorney.
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