2012-09-14 / News

Lampasas man sentenced for DWI

In recent 27th District Court action, 31-year-old Jason Alex Brown of Lampasas was sentenced to one year in jail probated to 18 months, and he received a $1,000 fine for driving while intoxicated, second.

Bond was increased to $100,000, and a warrant was issued for Justin Edward Bass, 20, when the Lampasas man failed to show up for court on a charge of possession of a controlled substance greater than 28 grams in a drug-free zone.

Christopher Lynn Fields, 29, of Lampasas is set for a pretrial hearing today for assault on a public servant.

An adjudication hearing is on today’s docket for Benjamin Charles Fitzgerald, 21, of Copperas Cove. He is charged with debit card abuse.

Scheduled for Oct. 5 are pretrial hearings forAdam Trejo, 22, for sexual assault of a child, and Frazer Hinga, 21, for assault on a public servant. Hinga’s bond was reduced to $5,000.

Arraignment is set Oct. 5 for Christopher Lewis Aull, 31, of Burnet for theft over $1,500 and less than $20,000.

For injury to a child/elderly/disabled reckless bodily injury, Phyllis Stone Smith, 64, of Lampasas is set to enter a plea Oct. 12.

The following are expected to be on the Oct. 19 docket:

• a plea and sentencing for Dustin Dale Crawford, 27, of Kempner for theft of a firearm.

• a plea and sentencing for Frank James Mums, 30, for prohibited substance in a correctional facilityalcohol/ drug/phone/tobacco.

• a pretrial hearing for James Charles Jason Carter, 35, of Burnet for theft over $1,500 and less than $20,000.

Jury trials are slated Oct. 29 for Darius Lashawn Wilson, 28, of Dallas for bail jumping and failure to appear felony, and theft over $1,500 two or more convictions any theft.

A review is set Dec. 7 for Johnette Sanchez, 34, of Belton for delivery of a controlled substance.

Jury trials are scheduled Dec. 17 for John Lee Champion, 37, of Lampasas on a charge of possession of a controlled substance less than one gram in a drug-free zone, and for Freddy Rolando Pena Rapalo, 45, of Lawton, Okla., for forgery of a government instrument/money/ securities.

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