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Posted: Sunday, May 10, 2009 1:00 am

* James Morgan, 28, and Kaylynn Tullis, 18 * Wayne Walters, 36, and Serena Crustner Crary, 36 * William Sessions, 34, and Amber Keisler Murphy, 29 * Manuel Jimenez Jr., 31, and Gloria Rodriguez Lopez, 30 * Joshua Gentry, 25, and Erin Wilson, 22 * Derrick Griffin, 38, and Gwendolen Cadoree Durham, 42 * Kittrick Murphy, 37, and Angela Davis, 34 * Markley Frison, 43, and Michele Boston Mitchell, 41 * Jimmy Casper, 61, and Estelle May Marshall, 49 * Joe Moran, 62, and Barbara Stoy Gray, 61 * Jeremy Hidrogo, 28, and Amber Tolly, 22 * Dennis Flowers, 39, and Angela Miller, 33 * William Burks, 21, and Brandy Faircloth, 25 Divorces filed in the Angelina County district clerk's office * Daniel Stephen Mathews and Emalin Mathews * Shonnah McGrew and Will McGrew * Heather Dee Newton and Timothy Gray Newton * Delia Vasquez Olivo and Johnny Vargas Olivo Jr. * Elizabeth Ann Cherry and Justin Lynn Cherry * Savannah Mistydawn Horton Luther and Tillman Arthur Luther * Brenda Allen and Johnny Wayne Allen * Jose Felix Molina and Belem Adame * Hilda J. Brannon and Larry J. Brannon * Roy L. Davis and Yolanda Elizabeth Davis * Michelle Woodard Hutto and Kevin Duane Hutto * Erica Basoria and Gerardo Flores Civil suits filed in Angelina County district clerk's office * Marjorie King vs. Kathleen Moeller, Bank of America, N.A., The Advanced Financial Group and Clifford King * Sunoco Piplein, L.P. vs. Merrick Roche * Ex parte Mark William Kennedy * Faye May vs. Safeco Lloyds Insurance Company * Bobby R. Dean III vs. Oralee I. Traylor Civil suits filed in Angelina County courts-at-law * Citibank (South Dakota) NA vs. John H. Estes * American Express Travel Related Services vs. Christopher Thornton * General Electric Capital Corp. dba GE Money Bank vs. Genny Kent * Higginbotham's Bros. & Company LLC as successor to Higginbotham Brothers & Company Ltd. vs DB Builders Ltd., Sandra L. Barringer aka Sandra Barringer, aka Sandy Barringer, individually and David Edward Barringer, aka David E. Barringer, aka David Barringer, individually Dispositions of cases filed in Angelina County courts-at-law * Dina Aguilar, deferred adjudication for theft of property, $300 fine, 175 days probation * Carlos Arlando Alday, deferred adjudication for burglary, $300 fine, 10 days jail, two years probation * John Balerrama, dismissal for driving license suspended * Benjamin Stuart Beck, deferred adjudication for lesser charge than driving while intoxicated, $200 fine, 18 months probation * James Clinton Blackburn, dismissal for theft * Michael Lawrence Bourbon, deferred adjudication for assault causing bodily injury/family violence, $250 fine, 12 months probation * Shannon Dewayne Cheney, deferred adjudication for driving while license invalid or suspended with previous conviction, $300 fine, one year probation * Bobbie Coleman, deferred adjudication for lesser charge than selling alcohol to minors, $200 fine, 90 days probation * William Duane Curl, straight judgment for interfering with 911 emergency call, $200 fine, 50 days jail; straight judgment for failure to identify giving false/fictitious info, $200 fine, 30 days jail * Derek Thomas Davis, deferred adjudication for possession of marijuana, $100 fine, six months probation * Caitlin Elizabeth Eason, deferred adjudication for possession of marijuana, $100 fine, six months probation * Clarence L. Eason Jr., deferred adjudication for possession of marijuana, $100 fine, six months probation * James Lane Essary, deferred adjudication for driving while license invalid or suspended with previous conviction, $100 fine, one year probation * De'Taron Lee Fenley, dismissal for assault causing bodily injury * Darla Michele Fondren, deferred adjudication for false report to police officer, $100 fine, six months probation * Toni Michelle Ford, deferred adjudication for theft of property, $500 fine, one year probation; dismissal for criminal trespass * Michael Wayne Glawson, deferred adjudication for assault causing bodily injury/family violence, $300 fine, 12 months probation * Derek Grimes, deferred adjudication for possession of marijuana, $250 fine, one year probation * Leonard Thomas Grissom II, guilty plea to assault causing bodily injury/family violence, $750 fine, two years probation * Jaime Jamar Hopper, straight judgment for criminal trespass, $250 fine * Alice Shianne Horton, deferred adjudication for theft of property, $300 fine, one year probation * Amanda Nicole Husband, dismissal for possession of controlled substance * James Brown McRill, guilty plea to driving while intoxicated, $500 fine, 5 days jail, one year probation * Wilfredo Montoya, dismissal for theft of service; guilty plea for theft of service, $300 fine, one year probation * Nicholas Paul Pharris, guilty plea to assault causing bodily injury/family violence, $1,000 fine, two years probation; dismissal for assault causing bodily injury/family violence; guilty plea to driving while intoxicated, $500 fine, one year probation; dismissal for assault causing bodily injury/family violence * Andrea Lanee Phelps, deferred adjudication for lesser charge than driving while intoxicated, $200 fine, one year probation * Billy R. Pierre, motion to revoke probation for driving while intoxicated (second offense), 180 days jail * Tyler Wayne Poindexter, straight judgment for failure to identify fugitive/intent to give false info, $200 fine, 30 days jail * Aundra Lazor Rawls, straight judgment for resisting arrest, search or transport, $200 fine, 30 days jail * Hipolito Reyes Jr., guilty plea to driving while intoxicated, $500 fine, one year probation * Tarus Lavan Roberts, guilty plea to theft of property, $300 fine, 18 months probation; straight judgment for theft, $100 fine, 50 days jail; straight judgment for bail jumping and failure to appear, $100 fine, 50 days jail * Lolitha Chandrae Robins, deferred adjudication for selling alcoholic beverages to minor, $500 fine, one year probation * Ariana Sanchez, dismissal for assault causing bodily injury * Jessie Malcom Shurley, deferred adjudication for possession of marijuana, $300 fine, six months probation * Jeffrey Stewart, guilty plea for deadly conduct, $300 fine, 60 days jail * Bonnie Joanne Tullos, adjudication of guilt for failure to identify fugitive/intent to give false info, 15 days jail * Francis Yarbrough, deferred adjudication for failure to identify fugitive/intent to give false info, $100 fine, one year probation Dispositions of cases filed in Angelina County district courts * Linda Pena, plea of true to securing execution of documents by deception, judge extended probation for two years * Jonavic Garrett, motion for shock granted for delivery of controlled substance, 10 years probated for seven years, $1,000 fine * Amanda McLemore, plea of guilty to possession of controlled substance-cocaine, three years deferred, $500 fine * Holly E. Parks, plea of guilty for burglary of a building, $750 fine, four years deferred * Matthew Hoff, plea of guilty for credit card abuse, three years deferred, $1,000 fine, restitution, curfew, Crime Stoppers, possess no firearms * Wesley Dorsett, plea of guilty for burglary of habitation, four years deferred, $850 fine, 90 days jail (day for day), 40 hours community service, testify truthfully against co-defendant * Edmon C. Green, plea of guilty for engaging in organized criminal activity, 15 months CC * Latricia Ballard, plea of not guilty to burglary of a building, jury trial - guilty verdict, five years prison probated for five years, restitution, complete battered women's shelter program * Jerome R. Allen, plea of guilty for felony DWI, seven years probated for seven years, $1,000 fine, SCRAM for 10 months, DWI intervention, Interlock, 10 days jail, DWI terms and conditions * Martin R. Salinas, plea of guilty for possession of controlled substance-cocaine, three years deferred, $300 fine, Crime Stoppers, 125 hours community service, possess no firearms * Michael Moore, plea of guilty for evading, two years probated for five years, 200 hours community service, curfew, possess no firearms * Edwin Shankle, plea of guilty to possession of controlled substance-cocaine, 30 days jail * Keivin Holman, plea of guilty for burglary of a building, three years deferred, restitution, anger management; plea of guilty to assault family violence, reduced to Class A misdemeanor assault, 90 days jail * Andrea Phelps, plea of guilty for DWI w/child, two years probated for two years, $500 fine, curfew, Crime Stoppers, 80 hours community service, possess no firearms * Sonya Runnels, plea of true to all for DWI w/child, 180 days jail * Quincy Pinkney plea of true to all for evading detention w/motor vehicle, continue of probation, 60 days jail * Ewell Bass, plea of guilty for misuse of official info, three years deferred, $750 fine, cooperate with investigation, testify truthfully against co-defendants * Joshua Handy, plea of guilty for possession of controlled substance-cocaine, six months prison * Christopher Kalb, plea of guilty for felony DWI, eight years probated, $1,000 fine, Interlock, driver's license, 100 hours community service * Jessica Shird, plea of guilty to possession of controlled substance-meth, two years deferred Dismissals * Manuela Gonzalez, dismissal for tampering with government records, statute of limitations has run out * Timothy Hesse, dismissal for unlawfully possessing a firearm, insufficient evidence * Wesley Dorsett, dismissal for burglary of a building, defendant pled in another cause * Keivin Holman, dismissal for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, defendant pled in another cause * Charles Taylor, dismissal for DWI w/child, defendant pled in other cases * Katherine Coplen, dismissal for possession of controlled substance-hydrocodone, defendant was indicted in other cases; dismissal for fraud, defendant was indicted in other cases * Tommy Graham, dismissal for possession of controlled substance-cocaine, drugs were never sent to the lab by the arresting agency * Pamela C. Bond, dismissal for possession of controlled substance-vicodin, drugs were never sent to the lab by the arresting agency

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