Guilty pleas yield sentences in 402nd District Court

Posted 5/26/22

The following guilty pleas were heard in 402nd District Court May 12:

Maria Del Carmen Torres Regalado, Sulphur Springs, interference with child custody, state jail felony, two years in state jail …

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Guilty pleas yield sentences in 402nd District Court

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The following guilty pleas were heard in 402nd District Court May 12:

Maria Del Carmen Torres Regalado, Sulphur Springs, interference with child custody, state jail felony, two years in state jail probated to five years with 120 hours community service.

Tashun Jamal Runnels, Winnsboro, assault causes bodily injury, class A misdemeanor, deferred adjudication, two years community supervision with 80 hours community service.

Eddie Ray Jackson, Tyler, unlawful possession of a firearm, third degree felony, six years in state prison with credit for 354 days time served, concurrent with prior sentence.

Jo Lynn Murphy, Hawkins, possession of a controlled substance penalty group (PG) one, less than one gram, state jail felony, 12 months in state jail with 365 days credit for time served; hinder apprehension or prosecution of a known felon, third degree felony, dismissed.

Margaret Lanette Gunter, Emory, possession of a controlled substance PG one, less than one gram, state jail felony, deferred adjudication, three years community supervision with 120 hours community service.

Lana Olivia Buscham, Denton, possession of a controlled substance PG one, less than one gram, state jail felony, 12 months in state jail with three days credit for time served, concurrent with prior sentence.

Manuela Garcia Campa, Mineola, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, first degree felony, deferred adjudication, 10 years community supervision with 320 hours community service.

Kara Lynn Mobley, Quitman, possession of a controlled substance PG one, less than one gram, state jail felony, deferred adjudication, three years community supervision with 120 hours community service.

Anthony Alan Perkins Jr., Quitman, possession of a controlled substance PG one, less than one gram, state jail felony, deferred adjudication, three years community supervision with 120 hours community service.

Amy Lynn Aguirre, Winnsboro, driving while intoxicated third or more, third degree felony, 10 years in state prison probated for 10 years with 160 hours community service, concurrent with prior sentence.

Tyler Buchanan McCaslin, Mineola, possession of a controlled substance PG one, less than one gram, state jail felony, 140 days in the county jail with 140 days credit for time served, concurrent with prior sentence.

Michael Lamar Jalen Goode, Lexington, N.C., abandoning/endangering a child, state jail felony, two years in state jail suspended for five years community supervision and 120 hours community service.