MINERAL WELLS — Marriages
• Brian Keith Glover and Dannette Lee Derrickson, Feb. 20.
• Joseph Edward Olson and Tammy Annette Held, Feb. 20.
• David Eric Nickell and Amanda Marie Birk, Feb. 27.
• Arnold Eason Laird and Amy Lynn Davenport, Feb. 26.
• Jose Lorenzo Velasquez and Cristal Zapata, March 1.
• Bernard Lee Hollinger III and Anita Jeanine Seagroves, March 6.
• Eric Lee Chambers and Jennifer Rochelle Cantrell, March 3.
• Laramy Blair McGee and Amanda Cathryn Reagan, March 1.
• Benjamin Eugene Smith and Jerri Lyn Starks, March 6.
• David Ronald Kithcart Jr. and Kimberly Ann Hitchcock, March 11.
• Rowdy Wayne Lawson and Amy Diane Lawson, March 14.
• Juan Carlos Rodriguez-Alvarez and Dora Ofelia Tovar, Feb. 13.
• Chayne Austin Johnson and Tina Renee Stanley, July 4.
New civil cases
• Attorney General vs. Craig Gilbreath Darrin, title IVD – support order.
• Attorney General vs. Mason Kyle Wells, title IVD – support order.
• Attorney General vs. Chad Eugen Sager, title IVD – support order.
• Wells Fargo Bank vs. Paul Hite, accounts, contracts, notes.
• Jack Ross Cathey Jr. vs. Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC, real property.
• Daimlerchrystler Services North America LL vs. Gary Boase, contracts.
• Attorney General vs. Matthew Ray Silva, title IVD – support order.
• The State of Texas vs. 2008 Ford pickup, seizure and intended forfeiture.
• Pharia LLC vs. Angela Anderson, contracts.
• Attorney General vs. Matthew David Timms, title IVD – support order.
• Jack Do McCarty vs. Ernie Jackson, contracts.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Tim C. Kemp, tax cases.
• Millsap Independent School District vs. W.M. L. Hibbits, tax cases.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Rebecca Ann Bell, tax cases.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Strawn Oil Corporation, tax cases.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Alina Lynette McLeod, tax cases.
• Palo Pinto County vs. CD Henderson Property Company, tax cases.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Joe Weldon Reedy, tax cases.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Arnold Stone, tax cases.
Disposed criminal cases
• Christail Rena Withers, evading arrest or detention with a vehicle, probation amended to eight years.
• Matthew Joseph King, theft, more than $1,500, less than $20,000, convicted and sentenced to 22 months confinement.
• Jonathan Crisostomo Villagomez, burglary of a building, probation amended to five years.
• Jessica Fay Pruitt, possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram, probation revoked and sentenced to two years in prison.
• John Richard Almanza, aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury, deferred adjudication and sentenced to 10 years probation, $74,451 in restitution, a $3,000 fine, and $244 court costs.
• Christopher Lee Cooper, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, more than 1 gram, less than 4 grams, convicted and sentenced to 12 years confinement, a $3,000 fine and $279 court costs.
• Nicholas Aaron Davis, burglary of a building, deferred adjudication and sentenced to four years probation, $2,500 fine and $298 restitution.
• Samantha Renee Evartt, possession of marijuana, more than 4 ounces, less than 5 pounds in a drug free zone, deferred adjudication and sentenced to five years probation, a $2,000 fine, $140 restitution and $304 court costs.
• Anthony Patrick William Moore, burglary of a building, convicted and sentenced to two years confinement, $2,674 restitution and $219 court costs.
• Donna Marie Ogara, possession of a controlled substance, more than 1 gram, less than 4 grams, deferred adjudication and sentenced to eight years probation, $3,500 fine, $140 restitution, and $304 court costs.
• Christopher Lee Cooper, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, less than 28 grams, dismissed.
• Bryant A. Williams, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense, convicted and sentenced to eight years probation, a $2,500 fine and $419 court costs.
MINERAL WELLS — Marriages
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