BONHAM — Fannin County Criminal District Attorney Richard Glaser released a list of people who entered plea agreements with his office during the December dockets before Judge Charles Butler of the Fannin County Court-at-Law. The following individuals entered guilty pleas.

BONHAM — Fannin County Criminal District Attorney Richard Glaser released a list of people who entered plea agreements with his office during the December dockets before Judge Charles Butler of the Fannin County Court-at-Law. The following individuals entered guilty pleas.


John Wayne Askew, 50, of Ladonia, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and bail jumping and failure to appear. On April 27, 2013, Askew was arrested by Ladonia police officers for public intoxication. While being booked into the Fannin County Jail, Askew was found to be in possession of marijuana. After being released on bail, Askew failed to appear in court for his case on Aug. 21, 2013. Askew was convicted and sentenced to 46 days confinement and payment of $994 in court costs.


Julie Sims Box, 44, of Princeton, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana. On Oct. 2, 2013, a Bonham police officer stopped Box’s vehicle for a defective headlight. The officer asked for consent to search Box’s vehicle. Box allowed the officer to search, and the officer found marijuana in Box’s possession. Box was convicted and sentenced to two days confinement, a $250 fine and $492 in court costs.


Donald Walter Carr, 40, of Houston, pleaded guilty to terroristic threat. On April 12, 2005, Rhonda and Angela Barger reported to Sheriff’s deputies that during a telephone call, Carr threatened them with bodily harm. Carr was convicted and sentenced to 14 days confinement and payment of $302 in court costs.


Chelsi Lorraine Chambliss, 31, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to duty on striking fixture or highway landscaping. On July 19, 2013, Bonham police officers were dispatched to a damaged utility pole on 15th Street. The officers were able to follow a trail of fluid from a vehicle to Chambliss’ driveway, where she admitted that she had struck the utility pole and left the scene without contacting anyone. Chambliss was placed on six months deferred adjudication and ordered to pay a $500 fine and $552 in court costs.


Chesley Renee Cherry, 21, of Wichita Falls, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and possession of dangerous drugs. On Nov. 29, 2013, Bonham police officers were dispatched to a residence for a burglary call. When they arrived at the scene, they found that Cherry had entered her uncle’s house and stolen his personal belongings and pills, including her grandfather’s Xanax. Cherry was convicted and sentenced to 19 days confinement and payment of $582 in court costs.


Jessika Hope Compton, 26, of Savoy, pleaded guilty to theft and pleaded true to violating the terms of her deferred adjudication. On Oct. 2, 2013, Compton was placed on deferred adjudication for the offense of theft by check. On Oct. 29, 2013, while on deferred adjudication, Compton stole a cell phone from Daunte Harvey and pawned it at Whitlock’s Pawn Shop in Bonham. Compton was convicted of both offenses and sentenced to 26 days confinement and payment of $342 in court costs for the theft by check case. Compton was convicted and placed on two years probation — including 12 months inpatient drug treatment — payment of $100 restitution and payment of $547 in court costs for the new theft case.


Brooke Paige Deas, 24, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to driving while license invalid. On Oct. 2, 2013, a Bonham police officer stopped Deas’s vehicle for expired registration and insurance. During the stop, Deas was found to be driving with a suspended license. Deas was placed on six months deferred adjudication and ordered to pay a $250 fine and $257 in court costs.


Alberto Deleon, 35, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to burglary of a vehicle. On June 22, 2013, Deleon and Jason Robison broke into tractors belonging to Roy Thomas and stole batteries. They later sold the stolen batteries to a scrap recycler, claiming to be the lawful owners of the property. Deleon was convicted and sentenced to 30 days confinement, payment of $119 in restitution, and payment of $247 in court costs.


Camron Cai Desmond, 25, of Greenville, pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily injury — family violence. On Nov. 27, 2013, Honey Grove police officers responded to an assault call on Spring Street in Honey Grove. When they arrived, a witness reported that Desmond was fleeing the scene. The officers located Desmond trying to crawl underneath a house. Desmond had been in an altercation with her boyfriend where she punched him multiple times after he became upset about her calling an ex-boyfriend on the phone. Desmond was convicted and sentenced to 21 days confinement and payment of $422 in court costs.


Jasen Skylar Dooley, 19, of Bonham, pleaded true to violating the terms of his deferred adjudication. Dooley was placed on deferred adjudication on May 8, 2013 for assault causing bodily injury — family violence. Dooley violated the terms of his probation by failing to pay his fine, court costs, and supervision fees; failing to complete a drug/alcohol evaluation; failing to complete an anger management class; and failing to report to probation. Dooley was convicted of the underlying offense and sentenced to six days confinement, payment of $500 fine and payment of $602 in court costs.


Cornelius Enns Froesse, 23, of Telephone, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.15 or more. On June 6, 2013, a Savoy police officer was notified of a reckless driver coming from Sherman on U.S. Highway 82. The officer located and stopped the vehicle, which was driven by Froesse. Froesse was incoherent and could not identify where he was coming from when asked. He failed field sobriety tests, was placed under arrest and read his statutory warnings. Froesse refused to provide a breath or blood sample. Under Fannin County’s DWI No Refusal Policy, the officer obtained a search warrant for Froesse’s blood from Judge Charles Butler and Froesse’s blood was drawn at Red River Regional Hospital. Analysis by the Garland DPS Crime Lab showed Froesse’s BAC to be 0.18. Froesse was convicted and sentenced to 18 months probation, a $1,000 fine, $80 in blood-draw restitution, $607 in court costs, and ordered to install an ignition interlock on any vehicle he drives.


Jimmy Dale Hall, Jr., 35, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to criminal trespass. On July 11, 2013, Bonham police officers responded to a criminal trespass call at a residence on Cherry Street. They determined that Hall had been present at the residence, where he had been issued a criminal trespass warning at the request of the homeowner earlier that same day. Hall was convicted and sentenced to two days confinement, a $250 fine and payment of $252 in court costs.


Larry Michael Harger, Jr., 23, of Leonard, pleaded guilty to possession of a dangerous drug. On June 16, 2012, Leonard police officers responded to a call from Lanell Harger, Larry Harger’s aunt. According to her, Larry Harger was at her residence and refused to leave. When officers arrived, they believed Larry Harger was intoxicated and received consent to search his belongings. During the search, they found Larry Harger to be in possession of Tramadol without a prescription. He was convicted and sentenced to 47 days confinement and $140 in restitution for the lab analysis of the drugs.


Joseph Preston Harlan, 38, of Blossom, pleaded guilty to theft by check and pleaded true to violating the terms of his probation for another theft by check case. On Sept. 5, 2000, Harlan wrote a check to Honey Grove Grain which was returned for non-sufficient funds. Harlan failed to reimburse the merchant when requested. On Feb. 2, 2001, Harlan was placed on probation for a separate offense of theft by check. Harlan violated the terms of his probation by failing to pay restitution and court costs, failing to report, and moving to an undisclosed location. Harlan’s probation was revoked and he was convicted and sentenced to one day confinement, payment of $304.75 in restitution that was collected in court and payment of $612 in court costs.


Jeffery Lynn Harrison, 46, of Telephone, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended. On Aug. 10, 2013, a Texas Highway Patrol trooper stopped Harrison’s truck for an expired inspection sticker. During the stop, the trooper found Harrison’s license to be suspended and that Harrison had previously been convicted of driving with a suspended license. Harrison was placed on six months deferred adjudication, ordered to perform 25 hours of community service and ordered to pay $257 in court costs.


Raymond Franklin Harrison, 37, of Ardmore, Okla., pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended. On Oct. 15, 2006, a Bonham police officer stopped Harrison’s vehicle while investigating suspicious activity near homes on 9th Street in Bonham. During the stop, they found Harrison to be driving while his license was suspended. Harrison was convicted and sentenced to 60 days confinement and payment of $602 in court costs.


Haley Rochelle Hines, 21, of Bonham, pleaded true to violating the terms of her deferred adjudication. On April 3, 2013, Hines was placed on deferred adjudication for the offense of possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 2-a. Hines violated the terms of her probation by failing to pay her fine, court costs and supervision fees, admitting to the use of methamphetamine, failing to complete a drug offender education class, failing to complete a drug or alcohol dependency evaluation, failing to report to probation during three separate months and failing to submit to drug testing twice. Hines also refused to attend inpatient treatment as an alternative to jail time. Hines was convicted of the underlying offense and sentenced to 40 days confinement, a $500 fine and payment of $722 in court costs.


Shyann Hink, 19, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to theft. On Aug. 29, 2013, Hink was employed as a cashier at a Bonham store. A customer purchased a $100 gift card and accidentally left it behind at Hink’s register. Hink was recorded on video taking the card and putting it in her pocket. Within the hour, Hink had spent all of the money on the card in the store. The store replaced the customer’s stolen gift card when the loss was reported. Hink was placed on six months deferred adjudication, ordered to pay $100 in restitution to the store for the replacement gift card and ordered to pay $557 in court costs.


Cody Humphries, 20, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to violating a protective order. On Oct. 21, 2013, Judge John Skotnik of the Bonham Municipal Court issued an emergency protective order against Humphries after he was arrested for assaulting his uncle, Ronald Finnell. After Humphries was released from jail, he went to Finnell’s residence, a protected location under the order. Humphries was convicted and sentenced to 29 days confinement and payment of $247 in court costs.


William Joshua Idell, 24, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated-2nd. On Sept. 7, 2013, a Sheriff’s deputy observed Idell’s truck weaving on FM 273 when it abruptly pulled off the road. The deputy stopped to check on the driver, Idell, who he determined had been drinking. Idell failed field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest. After being read his statutory warnings, Idell consented to giving a blood sample. Idell’s blood was analyzed by the Garland DPS Crime Lab, which showed a BAC of 0.13. Idell was convicted and sentenced to 18 months probation, a $1,500 fine, $80 in blood-draw restitution, $432 in court costs, and ordered to install an ignition interlock device on any vehicle he drives.


Matthew Austin Lawton, 32, of Honey Grove, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana. On Sept. 9, 2013, Honey Grove police stopped Lawton’s vehicle because he had an outstanding warrant. During the arrest, they found Lawton to be in possession of marijuana. Lawton was convicted and sentenced to three days confinement, a $500 fine and $492 in court costs.


Nila Jean Manning, 55, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated. On July 18, 2013 a Fannin County deputy stopped Manning’s vehicle on northbound FM 273 after Manning’s vehicle failed to maintain a single lane. Manning admitted to drinking alcohol and performed poorly on field sobriety test. Manning agreed to give a breath sample. Manning was taken to the Sheriff’s Office to provide the sample, which showed Manning’s BAC to be 0.095 shortly after arrest. Manning was convicted and sentenced to 12 months probation, and ordered to pay $1,000 in fines and $432 in court costs.


Luther McFail, 58 of Whitewright, pleaded true to violations of his probation conditions for theft of property. McFail pleaded guilty to theft on Sept. 1, 2010 and was placed on probation. His probation was revoked because McFail failed to report to probation and pay his fees. McFail was sentenced to five days confinement and ordered to pay $263 in court costs.


Cody Matthew Miller, 42, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, 2nd offense and possession of marijuana. On April 18, 2013, a trooper for the Texas Highway Patrol stopped Miller’s vehicle on U.S. Highway 82 for speeding. Miller admitted to drinking and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Another trooper, performing a vehicle search incident to Miller’s arrest, found marijuana in Miller’s vehicle. As part of Fannin County’s No Refusal policy, after Miller refused to provide a blood sample, he was taken to Red River Regional Hospital where Judge Skotnick signed a blood search warrant. A blood sample was taken but the results of the testing showed Miller’s BAC shortly after arrest was unavailable at time of plea. Miller was convicted and sentenced to 24 months probation and ordered to pay a $2,000 fine and $739 in court costs and is required to have a deep lung interlock device on any vehicle he operates.


Ruben Minor, 32, of Sherman, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated. On May 14, 2004, troopers from the Texas Highway Patrol were called to investigate a one-car wreck. The vehicle, driven by Minor, missed a curve and came straight off road at a high speed and struck a tree. Minor denied drinking alcohol but he smelled of an alcoholic beverage and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Minor refused to provide a breath or blood sample. Minor was convicted and sentenced to two days confinement in the county jail and ordered to pay $99.40 in restitution and $477 in court costs.


Morgan Reeves, 28, of Ivanhoe, pleaded guilty to reckless driving. On Dec. 8, 2012, Fannin County deputies stopped Reeves’ vehicle near the intersection of FM 273 and North Center Street after Reeve’s vehicle failed to stop at a designated stop line, and then traveled down Center Street straddling the center line divider for an extended period of time. Reeves was convicted and sentenced to two days confinement in the county jail and ordered to pay a $200 fine and $427 in court costs.


Robert Romanski, 29, of Wolfe City, pleaded guilty to possession or marijuana and bail jumping. On July 23, 2013 Bonham PD officers stopped Romanski’s vehicle for defective brake lights. When officers discovered Romanski’s driver’s license was suspended, he was arrested. The officers began inventorying the vehicle before it was impounded and discovered a bag containing a usable quantity of marijuana. Romanski was transported to the county jail and later bonded out on a $3,000 surety bond, which required his future appearance in court. Romanski failed to report to court on the specified day and time. Romanski was convicted of both offenses and sentenced to six months probation, and ordered to pay a fine of $500 and $604 in court costs.


Holly Shatto, 41, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated. On Sept. 2, 2012, a trooper with the Texas State Highway Patrol was called out to a one-car wreck on FM 100. The trooper spoke with Shatto, the driver, who admitted to taking Xanax, a CNS Depressant. Shatto performed poorly on field sobriety tests and agreed to provide a blood sample. Shatto later admitted to being addicted to "Ice" (methamphetamine). Shatto was taken to Red River Regional Hospital and a blood sample was taken and sent to the Garland Crime lab for testing. The results of the testing showed methamphetamine in Shatto’s blood at the time of the accident. Shatto was convicted and sentenced to 12 months probation and ordered to pay a $1,000 fine, $80 restitution and $427 in court costs.


J.C. Tarver, 29, of Reno, Texas, pleaded guilty to unlawful carrying of a weapon, possession of marijuana, and possession of controlled substance (K-2). On Oct. 8, 2013, a Fannin County Deputy stopped Tarver in his vehicle for speeding on U.S. Highway 82. Tarver and the passenger admitted smoking marijuana after the deputy note the smell of marijuana. The deputy and supporting officers searched the vehicle and found marijuana roaches, a bag of "Jungle Juice Bomb Marley" (K-2), $2,353 in cash, and a loaded .380-caliber firearm. Tarver was convicted of all three offenses, and sentenced to 58 days confinement in the county jail, and ordered to pay $861 in court costs.


Terry Joe Taylor, 47, of Bonham, pleaded guilty to theft with previous theft convictions. On Nov. 30, 2013, Bonham PD officers responded to a theft in progress at the Dollar General Store. The officers met a store employee who observed Taylor attempt to exit the store with bag of coffee beans and two cigarette lighters without paying for the items. Taylor was convicted and sentenced to 18 days confinement in the county jail and ordered to pay $247 in court costs.


A.W. Turner, 55, of Greenville, pleaded guilty to theft by check. On May 17, 2003, Turner wrote a check to a store for purchases. When the check was returned due to non-sufficient funds on a closed account, Turner failed to reimburse the dishonored checks after notice was sent to him. Turner was convicted and sentenced to three months probation in the county jail, and ordered to pay of $128.20 in restitution and $287 in court costs.


Chad Row, 43, of Granbury, pleaded guilty to theft of property by check. On Jan. 21, 2017, Row wrote a check for purchases. When the check was returned by the bank due to non-sufficient funds, Row failed to reimburse the dishonored checks after notice was sent to him. Row was convicted and sentenced to one day confinement in the county jail and ordered to pay $99.27 in restitution and $287 in court cost.


Jack Young, III, 23, of Sherman, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana in a drug-free zone and assault causing bodily injury. On July 19, 2013 Bonham PD officers responded to a theft call at a local store. The officers stopped a vehicle that matched the description of the vehicle used by the theft suspect to exit the the store parking lot. Young, a passenger, tried to exit the vehicle and flee the scene but was stopped by officers and detained. While the officers searched the vehicle they found a bag with marijuana and pills. Young admitted the marijuana and pills were his. The stop and arrest took place within 1,000 feet of Bonham High School. On Aug. 21, 2013, at the Fannin County Jail an inmate, Joshua Fisher, was assault by a number of his fellow inmates. Fisher identified Young as one of the assailants. Shoe prints taken of Fisher’s body matched a pair of shoes owned by Young. Young was convicted and sentenced to 138 days confinement in the county jail and ordered to pay $589 in court costs.


Shani Young, 43, of Pottsboro, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated. On Oct. 17, 2012, a Sheriff’s deputy stopped Young’s vehicle on Highway 82 for failing to maintain a single lane. Young admitted to taking Alprazolam (Xanax) and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. After Young agreed to provide a blood sample, she was taken to Red River Regional Hospital. A blood sample was taken from Young and sent to the Garland Crime Lab for testing. The results of the testing showed 0.062 milligrams of Alprazolam in Young’s blood shortly after her arrest. Young was convicted and sentenced to 12 months probation and ordered to pay a $1,000 fine and $727 in court costs.