Richard Glaser, Fannin County Criminal District Attorney, released a list of people who entered into plea agreements with his office during the May dockets before Judge Laurine Blake of the 336th District Court of Fannin County. The following individuals either entered guilty pleas or their cases went to trial and a Fannin County jury rendered the verdict and sentence indicated.


Kimberly Berry, 58, of Leonard, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Berry was sentenced to two years in state jail and assessed $314 court costs and $180 restitution. After sentencing Berry, the court suspended her sentence and placed her on community supervision for five years. Berry was referred to the Fannin County Drug Court program of intense but personalized supervision.


Samuel Jacob Furrh, 38, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to burglary of a habitation. Furrh was sentenced to serve two years in prison and assessed $319 court costs and $400 restitution.


David Michael Hockett, 46, of Ivanhoe, pleaded guilty to assault causes bodily injury family member. Hockett was placed on deferred adjudication for 1 year, assessed a $500 fine, which was probated, and $319 court costs.


Jose Alejandro Ibarra, 38, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Ibarra was placed on deferred adjudication for four years, assessed a $1,000 fine, $329 court costs and $180 restitution.


Crycynthia Faye Kemp, 52, of Leonard, pleaded guilty to tamper/fabricate physical evidence with intent to impair. Kemp was sentenced to five years in prison and assessed $304 court costs. After sentencing Kemp, the court suspended her sentence and placed her on community supervision for five years. She also pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and was sentenced to two years in state jail and assessed $314 court costs and $180 restitution. After sentencing Kemp, the court suspended her sentence and placed her on community supervision for five years. As a condition of probation, Kemp was sent to a substance abuse felony punishment facility. An SAFPE is an intensive 6- to 9-month program in an SAFPF Unit for offenders who are sentenced by the judge and are chemically dependent as shown by an accepted substance abuse screening instrument.


John David Manning, 32, of Bonham, pleaded true to two allegations contained in the state’s motion revoking community supervision. Manning was sentenced to serve 12 months in state jail and assessed $628 court costs and $360 for manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance committed on or about April 22, 2016, and May 8, 2016.


Pricilla Dawn Pardun, 28, of Leonard, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Pardun was sentenced to serve five years in prison and assessed $314 court costs and $180 restitution. Pardun also pleaded guilty to two counts prohibited substance/item in a correctional facility. Pardun was sentenced to serve five years in prison in each case and assessed $508 court costs.


Marlon Jerome Parker, 52, of Honey Grove, pleaded guilty to failing to register as a sex offender. Parker was sentenced to serve three years in prison and assessed $254 court costs.


Lance Tyler Rangel, 24, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to assault family/household member with previous conviction. Rangel was sentenced to 10 years in prison, assessed a $1,500 fine and $304 court costs. After sentencing Rangel, the court suspended his sentence and placed him on community supervision for 10 years. Rangel, also pleaded guilty to assault impede breath/circulation family member previous conviction. Rangel was sentenced to 10 years in prison and assessed $304 court costs. After sentencing Rangel, the court suspended his sentence and placed him on community supervision for 10 years.


Youssef William Rice, 46, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, third or more. Rice was convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison, assessed a $1,500 fine, $379 court costs and $100 restitution. After sentencing Rice, the court suspended his sentence and placed him on community supervision for 10 years. As a condition of probation, Kemp was sent to an SAFPF. Rice also pleaded guilty to bail jumping and failing to appear, a felony. Rice was sentenced to 10 years in prison and assessed $304 court costs. After sentencing Rice, the court suspended his sentence and placed him on community supervision for 10 years.


Timothy Andrew Rios, 26, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to three counts of theft of a firearm. Rios was placed on deferred adjudication for five years in each case, assessed a $2,500 fine and $1,107 court costs. He also pleaded guilty to theft of property and was placed on deferred adjudication for five years in each case and assessed $374 court costs.


Devolh Dwayne Scales, 38, of Honey Grove, pleaded guilty to assault family/house member impede breath/circulation. Scales was placed on deferred adjudication for six years, assessed a $1,500 fine and $319 court costs.


Harry Eugene Venturino, 74, of Bailey, pleaded guilty to assault causes bodily injury. Venturino was sentenced to serve eight months in jail and assessed $304 court costs.


James Wesley White, 42, of Ft. Worth, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. White was placed on deferred adjudication for five years, assessed a $1,000 fine, $314 court costs and $180 restitution.


Roger Dale Woods, 58, of Ravenna, pleaded true to the allegations contained in two state’s motion to adjudicate guilt. Woods was sentenced to serve 20 years in prison in each case and assessed $567 court costs for the hybrid felonies of manufacture a controlled substance in a drug-free zone committed on or about February 23, 2012. He also pleaded true to the allegations contained in two additional motions to adjudicate guilt. Woods was convicted and sentenced to serve 10 years in prison and assessed $608 court costs for bail jumping and fail to appear felony committed on or about December 12, 2012. He also pleaded true to the allegations contained in an additional motion to adjudicate guilt on a charge of prohibited substance in a correctional facility committed on or about May 7, 2014. He was sentenced to serve 10 years in prison and assessed $254 court costs. He also pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and was sentenced to serve eight years in prison and assessed $314 court costs. In addition, he pleaded guilty to two counts of evading arrest detention with a vehicle with previous conviction. Woods was sentenced to serve eight years in prison on each case and assessed $563 court costs.


Ashton Alan Wright, 20, of Windom, pleaded guilty to criminal mischief. Wright was placed on deferred adjudication for five years, assessed a $500 fine, $254 court costs and $1,700 restitution.


Wesley Marcus Yates, 49, of Ravenna, pleaded guilty to assault family/household member with previous conviction – enhanced. Yates was placed on deferred adjudication for 5 years and assessed a $1,000 fine and $304 court costs.