A Brenham man has been sentenced to ten years’ deferred adjudication probation on an Aggravated Assault charge.

In the latest session of 21st District Court, 29-yearold Jamarcus Maurice Andrews was sentenced after pleading guilty to the charges stemming from his arrest in July of 2016.

Andrews was also fined $1500, ordered to perform 300 hours of community service and spend 180 days in the Washington County Jail.

He is also ordered to stay away from the Dairy Queen in Brenham, where the alleged assault took place.

Also sentenced in District Court:

42-year old Christopher Demond Traylor of Brenham, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for a 2017 charge of Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance – a First Degree Felony.

47-year old Jason Hearne of Hearne, had his 2018 probation revoked and was sentenced to eight months in prison for Forgery of a Financial Instrument – a State Jail Felony.  Hearne was also fined $500 and ordered to pay nearly $2500 in restitution.

And 32-year old Keyauna Raynele McFarland of Austin, had her probation adjudicated and was sentenced to seven months in jail for a 2017 felony charge of Possession of Controlled Substance – a State Jail Felony.  McFarland was also fined $1000.

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  1. It is a shame that innocent people, who do everything necessary to prove their innocence still get messed over by our justice system. It devastating when you have to take a plea because the 12 jurors that determine your fate would rather convict you despite the lack of evidence. When a person is judged by their past and not by the facts at hand. You can either take the risk of losing your freedom for something you did not do or take a plea to be able to remain free. This type of injustice happens all the time. It’s a hard pill to swallow to say you are guilty when you know deep in ypur soul that you are innocent. I pray to God that one day things will be different.

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