Court with Judge Evans

District Court was held in Leon County in Centerville, Friday, July 19th. The Honorable District Judge Deborah Oakes Evans presided. Present to represent the state were Leon District Attorney Hope Knight and Assistant District Attorney Keith Cook.


Christina Campos plead guilty to 6 charges of Theft of a Firearm and to a charge of Theft of Property. Campos was sentenced to a total of 11 years on Deferred Adjudication. Campos must also pay $3,000 in fines, perform 500 hours of Community Service, and successfully complete a Theft Intervention course. The attorney for Campos was Allen M. Tanner.

Thomas Sheppard Ray, Jr., plead guilty to a charge of Continuous Violence Against the Family. In exchange for the plea, Ray was sentenced to 10 years Deferred Adjudication. Ray is also required to pay a fine of $2,000, and $500 to the Leon County Program for Victims of Domestic Violence. Ray must also perform 250 hours of ommunity service and complete a Drug Offenders course. Representing Ray was Attorney John Bankhead.

Terrelle Mason plead guilty to charges made by the Adult Probation Services that he had violated terms of his probation. Mason had been placed on probation after he plead guilty to a charge of Burglary of a Habitation. Mason was sentenced to 4 years in the Texas Department of Corrections Jail. The attorney for Mason was Stanley Sokolowski.

Cassandra Anne Brisby plead guilty to a charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance. Brisby was sentenced to 5 years probation. Brisby must pay a $2,500 fine, and $180 in restitution to the DPS Lab. She must also perform 400 hours of community service. The attorney for Brisby was Michelle Latray.

Daniel Patrick McKinnon plead guilty to a charge of Evading Arrest or Detention with a Vehicle. Punishment in this case will be determined by the judge and is set for September 20th. The attorney for McKinnon is Michelle Latray.


Weslee Megan Anneler was not present in the courtroom for her arraignment on a charge of Credit Card Abuse. The judge ordered the bond for Anneler be revoked and a warrant for her arrest be issued. The attorney for Anneler is Raymond Sanders.

Jason Randle Harris, who is currently being held in the Leon County Jail, was in court for arraignment on a charge of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. The attorney for Harris, Stanley Sokolowsk, noted to the judge that Harris was scheduled for a hearing on the results of a Competency Evaluation.

Adon Thomas was arraigned on a charge of Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle. The attorney representing Thomas is Raymond Sanders. Thomas entered a not guilty plea.

Brian Lee Saenz entered a not guilty plea to a charge of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child. Saenz is currently being held in the county jail. The attorney for Saenz is John Bankhead.

Edward Galicia was in court on a Motion to Adjudicate. Galicia, who has been on probation for a charge of Enticing a Child with Felony Intentions, asked the court to provide an attorney for his defense. The judge required Galicia to complete an application to determine if he qualified for a court appointed attorney. Judge Evans then appointed Attorney Michelle Latray to represent Galicia. The judge also advised Galicia to complete some of the community service hours he is required to perform as part of the conditions of his probation.

Other Proceedings:

Kimberly Lynn Day failed to appear in court for a Pretrial in her case. Day is charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance. The judge ordered a warrant be issued for Day and her bond was revoked. The attorney for Day is Mark Cargill.

No pretrial motions were made in the case against Emilio Alejandro Galvan who remains in jail on a charge of Trafficking of a Person. The attorney for Galvan is Christopher Crier.

The case against Edmund Dakota Clark was reset for September 20th. Clark is charged with 2 counts of Intoxication Assault with a Vehicle with Serious Bodily Injury and one count of Intoxication Manslaughter. The attorney for Clark is William Carter.

The case against Ronnie Ray Campos was reset for September 20th. Campos is charged with six counts of Theft of a Firearm and one count of Theft of Property. The attorney for Campos is John Keirnan.

The case against Charlyn Denise Morisak was set for trial. Morisak, who is free on bond, is charged with Deadly Conduct Discharge of a Firearm. The attorney represent Morisak is Chris Martin.

Attorney John Bankhead, representing Michael Victor Newsom, filed a Motion to Suppress in that case. Newsom is charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.