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Today`s Local News2014-09-15
Monday, September 15, 2014      
 

DISTRICT COURT

(CAMERON) A total of 9 cases were disposed of this past week in Judge John Youngblood`s 20th District Court, including that of a Rockdale man who had probation revoked. 

According to a press release from District Attorney Bill Torrey, 32-year-old Christopher Aaron Crum was handed 3 years in Texas Department of Criminal Justice after he entered a plea of True to a Motion to Revoke Probation on an original charge of 3rd Degree Felony, Possession of a Controlled Substance. Crum was also sentenced to 3 years in TDCJ after pleading True to Motion to Revoke Probation on an original charge of 3rd Degree Felony, Assault Causing Bodily Injury to a Family Member with Prior Convictions. 

Among other cases from last week:

RODNEY LLOYD GILLAM, 34, of Rockdale, was sentenced to eighteen (18) years confinement in TDCJ by the court after a PSI and sentencing hearing.  Mr. Gillam pled guilty to the 2nd Degree Felony Robbery of the Thorndale Dollar General at an earlier court hearing.

DUSTIN RAY CREEK, 29, of Rockdale, was placed on three (3) years Deferred Adjudication Probation with standard conditions of probation including substance abuse evaluation and any recommended treatment and was ordered to pay a $ 500.00 fine and $1,818.42 restitution to the victims after pleading guilty to a 3rd Degree Felony Delivery of Controlled Substance Less than One Gram – Drug Free Zone;  Creek was also sentenced to thirty (30) days in the Milam County Jail after pleading “True” to a Motion to Revoke Probation for an original Class A Misdemeanor, Assault Causes Bodily Injury

CRYSTAL BERNICE FISHER, 34, of Rockdale, was placed on three (3) years Deferred Adjudication Probation with standard conditions of probation, including substance abuse evaluation and  recommended treatment and was ordered to pay a $1,500 fine and to have no contact with the victim after pleading guilty to a 3rd Degree Felony Attempted Burglary of Habitation

JUDITH ASHLEY SERNA, 21, of Rockdale, was sentenced to ten (10) years confinement in TDCJ, probated for four (4) years with standard conditions of probation, including a $2,000 fine and was ordered to pay $6,264.85 in restitution to the victims after pleading guilty to a 3rd Degree Felony Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity

JENNIFER LOUISE WHITE, 28, of Cameron, was sentenced to two (2) years confinement in the State Jail Division of TDCJ, probated for five (5) years with standard conditions of probation and a $2,500 fine after pleading guilty to a State Jail Felony Endangering a Child

PABLO DELAGARZA, JR., 30, of Rockdale, was sentenced to four (4) years confinement in TDCJ after pleading guilty to a 3rd Degree Felony Forgery of Government Instrument.  Delagarza was also sentenced to twelve (12) months in the State Jail Division of TDCJ after pleading guilty to a State Jail Felony Possession of Controlled Substance .

WAYNE LYNN IRELAND, JR., 25, of Thorndale, was sentenced to six (6) years confinement in TDCJ by the court after a PSI and sentencing hearing.  Mr. Ireland plead guilty to the 2nd Degree Felony Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon – Family Violence at an earlier court hearing.

The following case was handled by Special Prosecutor John Paschall:

ANITA ALEXANDRIA MORENO, 19, of Rockdale was sentenced to four (4) years confinement in TDCJ after pleading “True” to a Motion to Revoke Probation on an original 2nd Degree Felony Burglary of Habitation 


PHARMACY BREAK-IN

(CAMERON) Cameron Police are investigating after an early morning break-in at a local pharmacy. 

According to Police Chief Randy Dixon, officers responded to a burglar alarm just after 1AM Friday at Scott & White Clinic Pharmacy on Lafferty Lane. On arrival, officers found the sliding doors of the business pried open. Investigators say surveillance video shows 2 suspects being dropped off in a low-rider GM pickup. The suspects pried open the outer doors and broke into a secured area, stealing an unknown quantity of narcotics. Officials said the suspects were inside for less than 2 minutes before fleeing. Both suspects were last seen in black and white hoodies and tennis shoes. At least one of the suspects was wearing a face covering. The investigation continues. 


BOIL WATER NOTICE

(BELTON) Some Belton residents are under a boil water notice today.

The City of Belton issued the boil order late Friday after a main break at the intersection of Holland and Muelhause. Residents east of I35 to Shady Ln. and north of Loop 121 to Central Ave. must boil their water prior to consumption. For more info, call 254-933-5823.


CAMERON CITY COUNCIL

(CAMERON) Cameron City Council is set to meet for a council workshop and regular meeting.

The Council hold a workshop to hear departmental reports. Following that, the council will hold a public hearing to receive public comments on the proposed budget. In other business, the council will consider and act upon adoption of a resolution authorizing application for financial assistance from the Texas Water Development Board. 

Today`s workshop begins at 5:30PM followed by the regular meeting.


JURY CANCELLATION

(CAMERON) Anyone summoned for jury service in Judge John Youngblood`s 20th District Court for today at 8:30AM, you need not report. That matter has been resolved.


CES AND CJH BULLYING PREVENTION PRESENTATION

(CAMERON)  Cameron Elementary School and Cameron Junior High School would like to invite all parents and guardians of students to a presentation on the prevention of bullying at school, at home, and in the community. The presentation will be held September 30th at 6PM in the CISD Performing Arts Center. Activities will be held for students while parents attend the presentation. Ravonne McCray of the Baylor Scott and White Trauma Center will be presenting.


BOOSTER CLUB EVENT 

(CAMERON) The Yoe Booster Club has reserved two buses for the September 26th football game in Refugio. Seats are $40. Sign up at the Yoe High Kiosk by Noon today.


YOE FOOTBALL

(CAMERON) The Cameron Yoemen came up short Friday night in their home opener.  

Cameron fell to China Spring at Yoe Field, 23-14, on Friday. The Yoemen had to battle both the Cougars and the elements throughout the night. The offense had trouble finding a rhythm and did not score until late in the 2nd half. Cameron will look to bounce back against Whitney.


YOE VOLLEYBALL

(CAMERON) On Friday night the Lady Yoe Varsity volleyball team defeated China Spring 25-16, 18-25, 25-20, and 25-20. Offensively, the Lady Yoe varsity had seven players record kills. Nae Nae Shields had 10 kills, Laura Egger and Julie Rhoades each had 8, Jayci Rhoades and Shae Shields each had 6, Savannah Kruse had 5, and Jordan Myers had 3.  Setter KK Adams had 15 assists and libero Terre Lara had 31 digs to help record the victory.  


POLICE REPORT

(CAMERON) Cameron PD reported 2 EMS runs and 1 arrest: Francisco Azalde of Cameron on City Warrants
There was also 1 fire call: 3:48PM, Buckholts Fire Dept called for mutual aid to hay fire in Bell County on FM485 at FM490.

(ROCKDALE) Rockdale PD reported 6 EMS runs and 1 fire call: 6:03PM, Rockdale and Oncor Electric after fork lift struck a power pole. 
There were also 2 arrests:
--Emilio Jose Salazar, 22 of Rockdale for No DL
--Edward Charles Zachary, Jr. for Assault of a Family Member-Impeding Breath/Circulation 
 
(CAMERON) The Milam County Sheriff`s Office reported 2 booked in:
--Brandi Marie Simmons, 30 of Manchaca for DWLI w/ Previous Convictions
--Francisco Javier Alzalde, 21 of Caldwell for No DL, Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor

There were no accidents in rural Milam County.

There are 116 prisoners in the Milam County Jail this morning, including 12 housed for Coryell County, 7 housed for Lampasas County, and 3 held for Cameron PD. 


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