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Last week, the Caldwell County District Courts accepted plea agreements from 10 felony offenders. Of those, two will serve time in either state jail or prison facilities.
Those entering agreements were:
Brenda Hill was found guilty by a jury of credit card abuse. She was sentenced by the Court to two years in state jail probated for five years and ordered to pay

a $2,000 fine;
Kathleen Hill pled guilty to failure to appear/bail jumping and was sentenced to six years deferred adjudication. She was also ordered to pay a $6,000 fine;
Barbara Jackson pled guilty to forgery and was sentenced to five years deferred adjudication. Jackson was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine and $2,214 in restitution;
Reginald Jones pled guilty to possession of cocaine. He was sentenced to two years deferred adjudication and ordered to pay a $1500 fine;
Brandon Little pled true to violating his probation for burglary of a habitation and received 10 years in prison probated for five years. Little also pled true to violating his probation for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and was sentenced to two years in state jail probated for five years;
Justin Raymond Moore pled guilty to assault and was sentenced to one year in the county jail probated for 18 months. He was also ordered to pay a $500 fine and $318 in restitution;
Jeanne Olivarez pled guilty to securing execution of a document by deception and was sentenced to one year in the county jail probated for two years. Olivarez was also ordered to pay a $400 fine and $3,000 in restitution;
Keith Dewayne Sanders pled guilty to theft and possession of cocaine. He was sentenced to 18 months in state jail on each count;
Richard Whittaker pled true to violating his probation for forgery and sentenced to two years in state jail. He also pled true to violating his probation for felony Driving While Intoxicated and was sentenced to seven years in prison. Finally, Whittaker pled guilty to burglary of a habitation and was sentenced to seven years in prison; and
George Williams pled guilty to delivery of a controlled substance and sentenced to two years in state jail probated for three years and ordered to pay a $2,000 fine.
(Courtesy of Chris Schneider)

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