Five people have been sentenced in this week’s session of the 21st District Court in Brenham.
37-year old Naketha McDade, of Hempstead, was sentenced to two years in prison for Theft of Less Than $1,500 with 2 Previous Convictions – a Third Degree Felony.
Also sentenced in court this week:
47-year old Sergio Francisco Rojas, of Brenham, was placed on eight years’ probation and fined $3000 for Third Offense Driving While Intoxicated – a Third Degree Felony.
Rojas was also ordered to spend 10 days in the Washington County Jail, undergo drug/alcohol evaluation and treatment, perform 300 hours community service restitution, and undergo DWI education classes.
39-year old Shawn Patrick Obrien, of Carmine, was placed on six years’ probation for Third Offense Driving While Intoxicated – a Third Degree Felony.
Obrien was ordered to have an interlock device installed on his vehicles, spend 30 days in the Washington County Jail, undergo drug/alcohol evaluation and treatment, perform 200 hours community service restitution, and go to DWI education classes.
22-year old Irvin Arevalo, of Houston, was placed on five years’ probation for Tampering with Physical Evidence – a Third Degree Felony. He was also ordered to perform 100 hours of Community Service.
And, 19-year old Antonio Robert Tamez, of Melissa, Texas, was placed on four years’ probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance – a State Jail Felony.
He was also fined $1500 and ordered to perform 150 hours of Community Service.