Bulletin Staff Report

Sentences of 20 years or more were handed down in three felony cases heard recently in 35th District Court in Brown and Mills counties, District Attorney Micheal Murray said Friday. District Judge Steve Ellis was presiding.

Roy Nolasco Maldonado Sr. pled guilty to the felony offense of engaging in organized criminal activity to wit: Delivery of a controlled substance more than 400 grams and possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, and was sentenced to 25 years, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division in each case.

Sylvia Ann Bessette Skaggs pled guilty to felony offense of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, and was sentenced to 20 years, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division.

Claudia Zamora pled guilty to the felony offense of injury to a child and was sentenced to 20 years, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division.

Melissa Marshall pled guilty to felony offense of delivery of a controlled substance and was sentenced to eight years, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division.

Curtis Cunningham, on probation for the felony offense of possession of a controlled substance, was revoked and sentenced to five years, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division.

Pamela Gayle White pled guilty to the felony offense of evading arrest and was sentenced to 18 months, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division.

Robert Samuel Gomez pled guilty to the felony offense of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and was sentenced to 18 years, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division. Gomez, who was on probation for the state jail felony of possession of a controlled substance, had his probation revoked and was sentenced to one year in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Jail Division.

Cynthia Ann Jimenez pled guilty to the felony offense of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and was sentenced to 10 years, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division.