Fannin County Criminal District Attorney Richard Glaser recently released a list of people who entered into plea agreements with his office during the November dockets before Judge Laurine Blake of the 336th District Court of Fannin County. The following individuals either entered guilty pleas and accepted responsibility for their conduct without further court action or their cases went to trial and a Fannin County Jury rendered the verdict and sentence indicated.


Sadarrion Deion Ball, 17, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to criminal mischief between $750 to $2,500. Ball was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for two years and assessed $269 court costs.


Brandon Tyler Bennett, 24, of Van Alstyne, pleaded guilty to evading arrest detention with a vehicle. Bennett was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for a period of four years and assessed a $1,000 fine and $269 court costs.


Charles Christopher Fernandez, 32, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to two offenses of injury to a child/elderly/disabled reckless bodily injury. Fernandez was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for three years and assessed $733 court costs.


Luther Wilson Hill, 74, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to manufacture of a controlled substance. Hill was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for five years and assessed a $500 fine, $329 court costs and $180 restitution. Hill was referred to the Fannin County Drug Court program of intense but personalized supervision.


Tohn Adrian Jenkins, 34, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Jenkins was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for five years and assessed a $1,000 fine (which was probated), $379 court costs and $180 restitution. He also pleaded guilty to theft of material alum/bronze/copper. Jenkins was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for a period of five years and assessed $319 court costs. He also pleaded guilty to burglary of a building. Jenkins was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for a period of five years and assessed $319 court costs. Jenkins was referred to the Fannin County Drug Court program of intense but personalized supervision.


Frank Edward Kenna, 69, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance in a drug free zone. Kenna was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for a period of five years and assessed a $750 fine, $314 court costs and $180 restitution. Kenna was referred to the Fannin County Drug Court program of intense but personalized supervision.


Eric Dillon McAdams, 30, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to unauthorized use of a vehicle. McAdams was convicted and sentenced to two years in state jail, assessed a $750 fine and $254 court costs. After sentencing McAdams, the court suspended his sentence and placed him on community supervision for a period of two years.


Darrow Alan Mills, 43, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to assault family/house member impede breath/circulation—enhanced. Mills was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for four years and assessed a $1,500 fine and $319 court costs.


Daniel Deleen Peeler, 35, of Bonham, pleaded true to 13 allegations contained in the state’s motion revoking community supervision. Peeler was convicted and sentenced to two years in state jail in each case and assessed $3,156 court costs and $704.33 restitution for burglary of vehicles with two or more previous convictions committed on or about Jan. 17, 19 and 24, 2015.


Daniel Deleen Peeler, 35, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to burglary of vehicles with two or more previous convictions, enhanced. Peeler was convicted and sentenced to four years in prison and assessed $254 court costs.


Sunni Raper, 35, of Wylie, pleaded guilty to the manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. Raper was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for a period of five years and assessed a $1,000 fine, $374 court costs and $180 restitution. As a condition of probation, Raper was sent to Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility, an intensive six- to nine-month program in a unit for offenders who are sentenced by the judge and who are chemically dependent as shown by an accepted substance abuse screening instrument. Offenders who successfully complete the unit program must transition to an approved Texas Department of Criminal Justice residential facility, or, if they have a good home plan, they are released to the 4C program. From there, they start a supportive outpatient program that is approved by TDCJ.


Jessica Denise Reed, 38, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to assault causes bodily injury family member. Reed was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for a period of two years and assessed a $750 fine (which was probated) and $319 court costs. As a condition of probation, Reed was sent to SAFPF.


Amber Lea Taylor, 33, of Savoy, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Taylor was convicted and sentenced to a term of 11 months in state jail and assessed $379 court costs and $180 restitution.


Misty Thompson, 35, of Whitewright, pleaded guilty to credit card or debit card abuse elderly. Thompson was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for a period of seven years and assessed a $1,500 fine and $249 court costs.


Craig Steven Williams, 57, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to criminal trespass — habitation. Williams was convicted and sentenced to a term of 30 days in the Fannin County Jail and assessed $364 court costs.


Judson Wayne Wilson, 32, of Homestead, Florida, pleaded guilty to evading arrest detention with a vehicle, enhanced. Wilson was placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for 10 years and assessed a $2,000 fine and $364 court costs. As a condition of probation, Wilson was sent to SAFPF.