Cleburne Times-Review, Cleburne, TX

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January 10, 2012

1/9 Precinct 1 magistrations

The following is a list of magistrations performed by Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 Ronny McBroom.

Dec. 31

• Alfonso Saloman Rodriguez, 23, Alvarado, DWI, $1,000 bond.

• Bobby Antweon King, 32, of Cleburne, driving while license invalid with previous conviction, $500 bond.

• Raeanna Rene Alford, 20, of Alvarado, engage in organized criminal activity and theft less than $50, bonds total $3,131.

• Tonya L. Alford, 42, of Alvarado, engage in organized criminal activity, $2,500 bond.

• Jacob Devin, 20, of Alvarado, engage in organized criminal activity, $2,500 bond.

• Rena Rae Pelis, 47, of Hico, revocation of probation on theft of property, $5,000 bond.

• Jacob Dale Campbell, 22, of Cleburne, resisting arrest and public intoxication, bonds total $1,400.

• James Craig Morton, 20, of Alvarado, possession of K-2, $500 bond.

• Jonathan Edward Cehand, 31, of Cleburne, theft, $500 bond.

• Enrique Henry Dela Santos, 42, of Joshua, aggravated assault with deadly weapon, $25,000 bond.

• Jeffrey Allen Han, 48, of Cleburne, theft of property, $1,000 bond.

Jan. 1

• Daniel Keith Barnett Jr., 24, of Joshua, reckless driving and driving while licence invalid, bonds total $1.000.

• Marcus Raynard Pounds, 23, of Grand Prairie, DWI, $1,000 bond.

• Anthony Joseph Waggoner, 24, of Seagoville, possession of marijuana, $500 bond.

• Carl D. Redding, 27, of Cleburne, assault and resisting arrest, bonds total $2.500.

• Johnny Bryan Knox, 44, of Cleburne, assault, $1,500 bond. McBroom issued an emergency protective order prohibiting Knox from returning home for 61 days or being released from jail for 48 hours after posting bond.

• Justin Miles Fortune, 25, of Fort Worth, DWI, $1,000 bond.

• Collin Ray Perryman, 19, of Alvarado, failure to identify fugitive, $500 bond.

• Michael Paul Diggs Jr., 24, of Cleburne, driving while license invalid with previous conviction, $500 bond.

• Jason Lee Palmer, 23, of Cleburne, driving while license invalid with previous conviction, $500 bond.

• Andrew Lee Chitwood, 28, of Joshua, DWI third or more and resisting arrest, bonds total $11,000.

• Jennifer Gall Anderson, 39, of Cleburne, DWI second, $3.000 bond. McBroom ordered an interlock device on Anderson’s vehicle.

• Robert Edward Bishop, 43, of Burleson, DWI with child passenger, $5,000 bond. McBroom ordered an interlock device on Bishop’s vehicle.

• Mark Richard Perkins, 30, of Burleson, possession of controlled substance, possession of marijuana and unlawfully carrying a weapon, bonds total $6,500. McBroom ordered Perkins to undergo weekly drug testing.

• Tony Glen Hunter II, 24, of Iowa Park, possession of a controlled substance, $5,000 bond. McBroom ordered Hunter to undergo weekly drug testing.

• Robert Hosea Badillo, 46, of Waxahachie, theft of service by check, $1,000 bond.

• Alyssa Lynn Rountree, 22, of Alvarado, possession of marijuana, $500 bond.

• Ricardo T. Ontiveros, 36, of Joshua, DWI, $1.000 bond.

• Ricardo Ruiz-Marquez, 48, of Cleburne, DWI, $1.000 bond.

• William Darwin Hayes, 23, of Duncanville, possession of marijuana, $500 bond.

• Stephen Paul Nelson, 25, of Joshua, possession of marijuana, $500 bond.

• Mauro Resendez Jr., 25, of Granbury, assault and resisting arrest, bonds total $2.500. McBroom issued an emergency protective order prohibiting Resendez from returning home for 61 days or being released from jail for 48 hours after posting bond.

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