Palo Pinto County Clerk Janette Green
• Steven Silva and Monica Sue Cansler, March 17.
• Harrison Cole Dunnam and Ashtin Deigh Parr, March 4.
• Gordon Ray Heddins and Jacquelynn Tyler Wilbanks, March 12.
• Rodney Lee Swindell and Raina Michelle Kline, March 24.
29th Judicial District, Clerk Janie Glover, Judge Jerry Ray
New civil cases
• Attorney General vs. Michael Joseph Moticha, title IVD-UIFSA.
• State of Texas vs. Victor Randy Lozano, bond forfeiture.
• Attorney General vs. Michael S. Tinsley, title IVD-UIFSA.
• Attorney General vs. Scott Forrest Price, title IVD – support order.
• Attorney General vs. Willie Alvarado, title IVD – support order.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Fred Jones Modrall, tax case.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Eddie Lane, tax case.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Vickie Moening, tax case.
• Palo Pinto County vs. David Walter Slaughter, tax case.
• Palo Pinto County vs. John Wesley Johnson Jr., tax case.
• Melba Jean Rance vs. Melinda Jean Colton, real property.
Disposed civil cases
• Charles and Bonnie Baker vs. Palo Pinto County Appraisal District, civil case.
• DPI/OFS Service Co LLC vs R.L. Adkins, d/b/a First Call Well Service, consumer/commercial debt.
• Martin and Lynn Garner vs. 7-R Ranch Estates Property Owners Association Inc, civil case.
• Citibank N.A. vs. Jose G. Gonzales, consumer/commercial debt.
Disposed criminal cases
• Nathaniel Henry Whittaker – revocation of probation for possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram; sentenced to 18 months confinement.
• James Richard Braswell – revocation of probation for assault causing bodily injury to a family member; sentenced to eight years confinement.
• Thressa Kay Johnson, revocation of probation for delivery of marijuana, more than one-quarter ounce, less than 5 pounds in a drug-free zone.
• Jeremy Dewayne Noel – possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram; four years deferred adjudication, $2,500 fine, $140 restitution and $304 court costs.
• Harry Robert Jackson – theft of property, more than $1,500, less than $20,000; four years deferred adjudication, $5,416 restitution and $244 court costs.
• Zakkary Ryan Walker – aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury; 10 years deferred adjudication and $244 court costs.
• James Wesley Sims – burglary of a building; convicted and sentenced to 16 months confinement, $3,549 restitution, $2,500 fine and $219 court costs.
• Rhona Lee Light – theft of property, more than $1,500, less than $20,000, from a public servant; six years deferred adjudication, $1,500 fine and $244 court costs.
• Jesse Lyn Clark – revocation of probation for possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram; sentenced to two years confinement.
• Riggin Gideon Valley – revocation of probation for possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram; sentenced to two years confinement.
Palo Pinto County Clerk Janette Green
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