NINE SENTENCED IN 21ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT

  

Nine people have been sentenced in this week’s session of the 21st District Court in Brenham.

48-year-old John D. Johnson, of New Ulm, had his probation revoked and was sentenced to three years in prison for the Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon – a Third Degree Felony.  He will also have to pay a court-appointed attorney fee.

Also in District Court this week:

51-year-old Moses Arthurs, of Hempstead, was sentenced to two years in prison for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon – a Second Degree Felony.  He will also be released to ICE custody for deportation.

26-year-old Mohamed Gordon, of Brenham, had his probation adjudicated and was sentenced to two years in prison for Burglary of a Habitation – a Second Degree Felony.  He will also have to pay a $1,477 fine and be released to ICE custody for deportation.

21-year-old Brandon Reeves, of Brenham, was sentenced to ten months in jail for Burglary of a Building and Credit/Debit Card Abuse – both State Jail Felonies.

36-year-old Jonathan Paul Pruett Jr., of Brenham, was sentenced to eight years deferred adjudication probation for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon – a Second Degree Felony.  He will also have to pay a $100 batterer’s fee to a shelter, a $50 crime stoppers fee, and have no contact with the victim.  In addition, he will have to participate in a Batterer’s Intervention Program, and spend 180 days in the Washington County Jail.

43-year-old Jonathan James Talamantez, of Brenham, was sentenced to six months in jail for Theft of less than $30,000 – a State Jail Felony.

43-year-old Mandy Michelle Dickson, of Brenham, had her probation revoked and was sentenced to nine months in jail for the Possession of a Controlled Substance of less than one gram – a State Jail Felony.  She will also have to pay a $1,000 fine, a $180 lab fee, and a $50 crime stoppers fee.

42-year-old Luis Manuel Ramirez, of Somerville, was sentenced to ten years in prison—probated for five years—for Theft of less than $2,500 with Two or More Previous Convictions – a Third Degree Felony.  He will also have to pay a $1,500 fine, a $50 warrant fee and crime stoppers fee, a court-appointed attorney fee, undergo drug and alcohol evaluation, and provide a DNA sample and urinalysis.

35-year-old Bertha Chavez, of Brenham, was sentenced to two years in jail—probated for three years—for Driving While Intoxicated with a Child Passenger – a State Jail Felony.  She will also have to pay a $500 fine, $100 to the EMS Trauma Fund, a $50 crime stoppers fee, spend ten days in the Washington County Jail, undergo drug and alcohol evaluation, participate in a DWI education program, and provide a DNA sample and urinalysis.

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