(Note: All cases below are felonies unless otherwise noted.)

Those pleading guilty and accepting punishment include:

• Brittany Nicole Acuna, 31, of 7811 Hawes in Hungerford for abandoning or endangering a child. She was placed on three years deferred probation for the May 27, 2018 crime. The judge also ordered Acuna to perform 100 hours community service and pay a $500 fine.

With the deferred probation, the conviction won’t be held against Acuna if she is able to complete all terms.

• Harold Gene Allen, 49, of 1135 Alabama in Wharton for evading arrest with a vehicle. He was sentenced to four years in prison for the Oct. 31, 2020 crime with credit for 412 days already served.

• Krystal Marisol Baizabal, 35, of 4408 Herman Brandon, Apt. 6, in Bay City for possession of a controlled substance in a drug free zone, possession of a controlled substance and possession of a prohibited substance in a correctional facility. Baizabal was placed on 10 years probation for the Aug. 12 and Oct. 21, 2021 crimes on the grounds she serve 114 days in county jail and obtain outpatient treatment. The judge also ordered Baizabal to perform 200 hours community service and pay a $1,000 fine.

Baizabal received credit for the full jail time already served.

• Kristian Dre Cadriel, 26, of 601 College in El Campo for family violence. He was placed on five years deferred probation for the Aug. 5, 2020 crime on the grounds he serve 39 days in county jail.

Cadriel received credit for time served.

The judge also ordered Cadriel to pay a $1,200 fine, perform 200 hours community service, take an anger management class and stay away from his victim.

• Annette Garcia, 48, of 212 Moutray in Wharton for theft with two or more previous convictions. She was placed on three years probation for the Nov. 24, 2019 on the grounds she serve 99 days in county jail.

The judge also ordered Garcia to perform 150 hours community service, take an anti-theft course and pay $280 restitution.

Garcia received credit for the full jail time already served.

• Miguel Gonzales Jr., 32, of 1316 Jennie in El Campo for three counts of possession of a controlled substance. He was sentenced to four years in prison with credit for 345 days already served for the Jan. 4, 2021 crimes.

Gonzales’ probation for possession of a controlled substance on Aug. 8, 2020 was revoked and he was sentenced to a concurrent four years in prison with credit for 494 days already served.

• Kevin Jose Guevara, 18, of 2910 Old Lane City in Wharton for theft of a firearm. He was placed on four years deferred probation for the July 9, 2020 crime. The judge also ordered Guevara to perform 50 hours community service, pay a $500 fine, $2,925 in restitution and $242 in bond fees in arrears.

• Andrew James Gusman, 35, of 400 E. Ahldag in Wharton for family violence causing injury, a Class A misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 365 days in county jail on Sept. 20, 2019 with credit for the full jail time already served.

• Jacqueline Edwards Henderson, 60, of 807 E. Calhoun in El Campo for enaging in organized criminal activity. She was placed on six years deferred probation for the Sept. 15, 2016 crime and ordered to pay $5,000 in restitution.

• William James Hodge, 36, of 5450 Rowely in San Antonio for violation of a bond or protective order two or more times within a 12 month period. Hodge was placed on six years probation for the Feb. 3, 2019 crime on the grounds he serve 180 days in county jail first for the Feb. 3, 2019 crime.

The judge also ordered Hodge to pay a $200 fine, perform 150 hours community service, take an anger management class, avoid contact with his victim and ave a monitoring device.

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