A 46-year old Bryan man was sentenced to two years in prison for attempting to choke his wife in an incident in December.
District Court Judge Reva Towslee-Corbett sentence Derrick Nutall to two years in prison for the domestic dispute that led to the impeding breathing charge.
There were other charges of family violence before Judge Corbett Tuesday. Twenty-five year old Gorey Ragston pled guilty to a family violence charge for an incident that occurred back in August of last year. The charge was a class A misdemeanor. Judge Corbett sentenced him to 175 days in the Washington County Jail.
The judge also heard a case of a scheme to steal items from a local store. Twenty-six year old Aysha Jones of Brenham was sentenced to four years deferred adjudication, and ordered to pay a thousand dollar fine.
She must also pay back the $1087 for the items stolen in the scheme. Judge Corbett ordered her to perform 160 hours of community service.
A 52-year old man from Pensacola Florida had his probation adjudicated for a three year old marijuana possession charge. Ziad Muhammad was arrested on September 15th 2011. After violating the probation he must now serve four years, not two for the charge.
Fifty-six year old Charles Bruce Randermann of Brenham was sentenced to four years deferred adjudication after his guilty plea for evading arrest and detention in January of 2013.
A 47-year old Bryan woman received four years deferred adjudication for stealing $2500 worth of items in October of 2012. She must also pay back the amount she stole.
Twenty-three year old Jessie Torrez pled guilty to a credit card abuse charge from an incident in January. Judge Corbett sentence her to three years deferred adjudication to three years deferred adjudication and was order to pay back $528 she received from using the stolen credit card.
A 48-year old Brenham woman was sentenced to two years deferred adjudication and ordered to pay a $900 fine after her guilty plea on charges for an incident that happened in September of 2012. Paula Rebekah Kadtubar must also serve 80 hours of community service.
Forty-three year old Anthony Martinez of Brenham was also sentenced to two years deferred adjudication probation and ordered to pay a $900 fine or a driving while intoxicated arrest, also in September of 2012.