Cleburne Times-Review, Cleburne, TX

John Watson

April 26, 2011

Joshua man jailed for DWI third or more

A 59-year-old Joshua man was in Johnson County Law Enforcement Center Monday on charges of DWI third or more with open container.

Joe King was assessed $15,000 bond with conditions of an interlock device and weekly drug testing by Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Ronny McBroom.

In other business, Henry Ozuna, 28, of Cleburne was charged with assault bodily injury family violence by choking with previous convictions. Bond was $15,000 with 91-day emergency protective order.

Donald Brower, 20, of Joshua was charged with criminal trespass. Bond was $1,000.

Kim Sullivan, 57, of Crowley was charged with DWI. Bond was $2,000.

Eddie Reed, 37, of Fort Worth was charged with burglary of a habitat with intent to commit fraud and parole violation. Bond was $10,000 on the first charge. Bond was denied on the second.

Daniel Garcia, 19, of Cleburne was charged with robbery. Bond was $5,000.

Timothy Gates, 22, of Cleburne was charged with theft under $50. Fine was $200 or bond $400.

Joshua York, 18, of Cleburne was charged with evading arrest on foot and resisting arrest. Bond was $500 on the first charge and $1,000 on the second.

Erica York, 23, of Cleburne was charged with resisting arrest search or transport. Bond was $1,000.

Jennifer York, 49, of Cleburne, was charged with resisting arrest and interfering with the public duties of a peace officer. Bond was $1,000 on the first charge and $500 on the second.

Friday

Jacob Yindst, 22, of Burleson was charged with DWI second. Bond was $2,000 with interlock device.

Justin Brady, 28, of Burleson was indicted for two counts of burglary of a habitat enhanced, credit or debit card abuse, theft of property $50 to $500, burglary of a habitat bench warrant, two counts of burglary of a vehicle and parole violation. Bond was denied on the parole violation and bench warrant. Total bond on other charges was $146,000.

Christina Cherry, 25, of Cleburne was charged with theft under $1,500 with two previous convictions and prohibited items in corrections facility. Bond was $5,000 on the first charge and $10,000 on the second.

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