• Rosa Monique Moore, 31, of Gilmer, drew four years in prison for driving while intoxicated third or more (time) when her probation on that charge was revoked.
She admitted violating terms of probation for her Feb. 25, 2006, offense, which the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) investigated. Upshur County District Attorney Billy Byrd represented the state at the revocation, while Gilmer attorney Matthew Patton represented Moore.
• Jimmie Robert Creswell, 26, of Gilmer, received 10 years in prison for “assault causes bodily injury—family violence” when his probation on that charge was revoked.
Creswell also admitted violating probation for his Jan. 13, 2011 crime, which the Upshur County Sheriff’s Office probed.
Assistant District Attorney Rebecca Ojeman represented the state in the revocation. Longview attorney Richard Hurlburt represented Cres-well.
Nicole Katherine Bullock, 29, of Gilmer, was placed on three years “deferred adjudication” probation upon pleading guilty to “prohibited substances and items in correctional facility.”
“Deferred adjudication” means no final conviction appears on a defendant’s record if he/she successfully completes probation. However, if such probation is revoked, the defendant can receive up to the maximum sentence for the offense.
Gilmer police investigated Bullock’s May 18 offense. Some terms of her probation include 300 hours of commuity service and a $1,000 fine.
Assistant District Attorney Camille Henson represented the state in the case. Gilmer attorney David Griffith represented Bullock.
Bryan Durrell Lynch, 30, of Longview, received 13 months in state jail upon pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance—cocaine.
The DPS investigated the Oct. 25, 2012, offense. Byrd represented the state; Longview attorney David Moore represented Lynch.
• Laura Ruth Woodward, 45, of Longview, was placed on seven years deferred adjudication probation upon pleading guilty to prohibited substances and items in correctional facility.
Some terms of her probation include a $2,500 fine and 600 hours of community service. The Sheriff’s Office investigated her Nov. 1, 2012 crime.
Ms. Henson represented the state. Gilmer attorney Tim Cone represented Woodward.