Three jailed in district court

June 20, 2012

Three were jailed and four were probated during 32nd Judicial District Court proceedings on Tuesday, June 19, 2012.

Three were jailed and four were probated during 32nd Judicial District Court proceedings on Tuesday, June 19, 2012, with District Attorney Ann Reed and Assistant District Attorney Barrett Thomas prosecuting the cases.
Fidel Zapata, with attorney Kenneth L. Maxwell, Jr., pled guilty to driving while intoxicated, a third degree felony for a Dec. 4, 2011 offense. Zapata has also been convicted of driving while intoxicated on May 12, 2008, in the 32nd Judicial District Court in Nolan County, on June 26, 2000, in the 32nd Judicial District Court in Nolan County and on Jan. 9, 1995, in the County Court at Law in Nolan County.
For his plea Zapata received six years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, a $500 fine, $484 in court costs, $60 in restitution to the Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Laboratory in Abilene and will have his driver's license suspended for two years. He will receive 133 days credit towards his sentence for time already served in jail.
Also jailed was Robert Jamal Jones, who, with his attorney, Peter Lopez, pled guilty to evading arrest with a vehicle, a state jail felony. For his plea, Jones received 18 months confinement in the State Jail Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. He will also have to pay a $500 fine, $309 in court costs and $500 in attorney's fees. He will receive one day of credit towards his sentence for time already served in jail.
Brian Gutierrez Gonzales, with attorney Tom Watson, pled guilty to unauthorized carrying of a weapon, the lesser included offense of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. The offense was prosecuted as a Class A Misdemeanor. For his plea, Gonzales received 155 days confinement in the Nolan County Jail. He will not have to pay a fine, but will have to pay $309 in court costs, $1,552 in attorney's fees and $500 in investigator's fees. He will receive 155 days credit towards his sentence for time already served in jail.
Edward Valdez, with attorney Alex Eyssen, pled guilty to improper photo/visual recording, a state jail felony. Court documents state that Valdez — with the intent to invade the privacy of the victim — broadcast by electronic means, a visual image of the victim at a location that was not a bathroom or private dressing room, without the victim's consent. For his plea, Valdez received one year of community supervision and will have to pay a $1,000 fine, $309 in court costs and $500 in attorney's fees. He will also have to serve 120 hours of community service.
Joshua Dalton Maxwell, with attorney Trey Keith, pled guilty to unauthorized use of a vehicle, a state jail felony. For his plea, Maxwell received two years confinement in the State Jail Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated for three years. He will not have to pay a fine, but will have to pay $309 in court costs, $2,000 in restitution to Jeffrey Barker of Sweetwater, $450 in restitution to John Hicks of Sweetwater, $200 in restitution to Rhonda Ortega of Sweetwater and $500 in attorney's fees. He will also have to serve 160 hours of community service. The defendant shall also enter the Taylor County Court Residential Treatment Center as a condition of his community supervision.
Olajuwon T. Calhoun, with attorney John S. Young, pled guilty to possession of marijuana, a state jail felony. For his plea, Calhoun received two years of community supervision and will have to pay a $2,000 fine, $384 in court costs, $140 in restitution to the Texas Department in Public Safety Crime Laboratory in Abilene and $500 in attorney's fees. He will also have to serve 120 hours of community service.
Joshua Randall Garcia, with attorney John S. Young, pled guilty to possession of marijuana, a state jail felony. For his plea, Garcia received two years of community supervision and will have to pay a $2,000 fine, $384 in court costs, $140 in restitution to the Texas Department in Public Safety Crime Laboratory in Abilene and $500 in attorney's fees. He will also have to serve 120 hours of community service.

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