*Matthew Duckworth, 31, and Amber Marshall, 25. *Paul Maupin, 29, and Elizabeth Hudgens, 26. *Marcs Havard, 36, and Micha Hooper, 25. *Eric Dixon, 34, and Stephanie Henry, 18. *Tremayne McMillian, 22, and Kimberly Walker, 20. *Wade Dorris, 22, and Mayra Zarzoza, 29. *Ritchie Payne, 42, and Joy Linger, 27. *Thomas Maxon, 43, and Trina Leach Cooley, 36. *Glenn Macks Sr., 43, and Wanda Warren, 52. *Darrel Holst, 36, and Katrina Anthony, 27. *Cyrus Anglin, 23, and Rebecca Cripe, 21. Divorces filed in the Angelina County district clerk's office: *Christopher G. Tindall and Angela K. Tindall. *Cathy Chaney Wiseman and Kevin Wiseman. *James E. White and Jacqueline R. White. *Grisel Noemi Burca and Juan Alexander Burca. *Claudia Angelina Palomo and Edgar Hernandez. *Brandi Lee Daily and James Daniel Daily. *Shelly Donelle Bales and Richard Allen Bales. *Mia O'Neil and Randy Funderburk. *Garie Lea White and Gary Curtis White. *Lanesa Diane Wallace and Gary Wayne Wallace. *Johanna Lynn Ross and Steven Franklin Ross. *Amber Michelle Loftin and Kenneth Ray Loftin Jr. *Sylvester Rodgers and Dorothy Rodgers. *Julie G. Boatman Durham and James Jay Durham. *Carroll Wayne Lewing and Lori Michelle Lewing. Civil suits filed in Angelina County district clerk's office: *Raymond Havard vs. Lydia Carlene Smith and Kevin Poage. *Pamela Poe, individually and a.n.f of a Chazton Moore vs. Texas Rainy Day Investments. *Ezra Hodge vs. Edward T. McFarland. *James Edward Burt vs. Brandon M. Ogden; injury or damage involving a motor vehicle. *Minnie Swanagan, et al vs. Abraham L. Goldfarb, M.D., et al; injury or damage involving a motor vehicle. Civil suits filed in Angelina County courts-at-law: None available this week. Dispositions of cases filed in Angelina County courts-at-law: *Gary G. Bonner Jr., charge dismissed for motion to adjudicate guilt for theft by check. *Craig Martin Callaway, guilty verdict for criminal trespass; 180 days in jail. *Winston Roy Conway, charge dismissed for possession of marijuana. *Gayle Crager, guilty plea to second DWI and unlawful carrying of a weapon; 30 days in jail and two years on probation. *Johna Elizabeth Decker, straight judgment for failure to identify; eight days in jail. *Jesus Delacruz, straight judgment for assault causing bodily injury/family violence; 90 days in jail. *Robert Dell Dickerson III, revocation of probation for DWI; 120 days in jail. *Edwardo Garcia-Gonzalez, straight judgment for DWI; 20 days in jail. *Eugenia Gonzalez, placed on six months deferred adjudication for assault causing bodily injury. *Juan Gonzalez-Castillo, charge dismissed for DWI. *Perry Haggerton, revocation of probation for second DWI. *Dietrich Hart, revocation of probation for DWI; 90 days in jail. *Charles Benny Hearne, straight judgment for criminal trespass; $100 fine. *Jesus Manuel Hernandez, placed on 60 days deferred adjudication for lesser charge of failure to identify. *Jose Luis Jimenez, adjudication of guilt for assault causing bodily injury/ family violence; 30 days in jail. *Garland Johnson, guilty plea for assault causing bodily injury/ family violence; two days in jail and one year on probation. Charge dismissed for theft of property with a previous conviction. *Roger Lakey, charge dismissed for assault causing bodily injury. *Latrece Jasmine Lee, charge dismissed for motion to adjudicate guilt for theft of property. *Patrick Lee Martin, placed on nine months deferred adjudication for theft by check. *Carlton Jeffery Moore, placed on 120 days deferred adjudication for speeding. *Martell Benyard Moore, adjudication of guilt for possession of marijuana; 120 days in jail. *Wesley David Morton, straight judgment for possession of a dangerous drug; 60 days in jail. *Marco Antonio Ortega, guilty plea for evading detention/arrest; five days in jail and one year on probation. *Trovonne Lechelle Phillips, guilty plea for DWI; 18 months on probation. Charge dismissed for failure to stop and render information. *David Edward Powers, straight judgment for evading arrest/detention; 90 days in jail. *Raymond Mattlock Reed, charge dismissed for motion to adjudicate guilt for theft. *Alex Ivan Santana, charge dismissed for motion to adjudication guilty for resisting arrest. *John Cody Sargent, palced on six months deferred adjudication for evading arrest; six months probation term. *Richard Matt Smelley, charge dismissed for theft. *Lee Achley Spencer, placed on six months deferred adjudication for evading arrest. *Roger Dale Stanford, adjudication of guilt for deadly conduct; 90 days in jail. *Suzanna Lee Sutton, charge dismissed for motion to adjudicate guilt for DWI. *Martin Tomez, charge dismissed for criminal mischief. Dispositions of cases filed in Angelina County district courts: *James Jenkins - jury found him not guilty of aggravated assault. *Kaylon Grimes, plea of true to motion to adjudicate guilt for felony theft; three years in prison. *Anthony Rice, plea of guilty to all four counts of engaging in organized criminal activity; three years deferred adjudication and a $1,000 fine. *Nicholas Rowin, plea of guilty to five counts of criminal mischief and five counts of burglary of a building; three years and two years deferred adjudication, respectively. *Jose Escobedo, plea of guilty to racing; five years deferred adjudication and a $1,000 fine. Dismissed: *James Jenkins - charge dismissed for aggravated assault because of insufficient evidence. *Robert Jesse - charge dismissed for aggravated sexual assault because the victim no longer wishes to pursue charged in this cause. *Juan Hernandez - charge dismissed for burglary of a building because the victim requested in writing that this charge be dismissed. *Theresa Riley, charge dismissed for felony theft because she was indicted in another cause. *Michael Enzo Gunstanson, charge dismissed for forgery by passing because all co-defendants have been convicted. *Desmond Colquitt, charge dismissed for delivery of a controlled substance because the defendant pleaded in another cause and got a 5-year in prison sentence. *Myrick Shepard, charge dismissed for burglary of a habitation because he pleaded in another cause. *Patrina Moreland, charge dismissed for possession of a controlled substance because the case will be handed by the U.S. Attorney's Office. *Johna Decker, charge dismissed for tampering with government records because of insufficient evidence.