Details of the sentencings, all prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Edward Choy, were as follows, the office said:
Warren Garrett Hobbs, 25, of Ore City, received five years in prison for burglary of a habitation. The Upshur County Sheriff's Office investigated his Aug. 14, 2011, crime.
Attorney Craig Bass represented him.
Martha Jane Wren, 45, of Gilmer, was placed on five years "deferred adjudication" probation for burglary of a habitation. Under this type of probation, no permanent conviction appears on Ms. Wren’s record if she successfully completes it.
Some terms of her probation include paying $12,000 restitution to the victim, a $1,000 fine; paying a $50 Crimestoppers fee, court costs, and an attorney fee; 300 hours of community service, and an alcohol/drug evaluation.
The sheriff's office investigated Ms. Wren's alleged July 21, 2011, offense. Gladewater attorney Barry Wallace represented her.
Johnny Dale Vickery, 45, of Tyler, was placed on five years regular probation of a 10-year prison term for driving while intoxicated--subsequent offense.
Some terms of his probation include 400 hours of community service; a $1,000 fine, court costs, a $140 fee for testing by the Texas Department of Public Safety laboratory; a $50 Crimestoppers fee; a "DWI repeat offender school," and suspension of his driver's license for a year.
The Department of Public Safety investigated the Jan. 14 crime. Attorney Charles Van Cleef represented Vickery.