A man with a long history of arrests in Brown County was sentenced recently to 60 years in prison after pleading no contest in 35th District Court to assault and sex-related offenses.
    District Judge Steve Ellis sentenced Enrique Salazar, 55, to concurrent 60-year terms after Salazar entered the pleas for failure to register as a sex offender and for three offenses of continuous violence against the family, according to information from District Attorney Micheal Murray’s office.
    Salazar had been jailed since Aug. 3 on charges including  aggravated kidnapping with a weapon, criminal trespass, assault and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, Brown County Jail records state.
    Salazar’s bonds totaled $305,000.
    When Salazar was arrested on Aug. 3, he was on bond for two prior felonies for which he had been indicted, court documents state. Salazar previously was convicted of arson and DWI.
    In other recent cases, according to information from Murray’s office:
    Ivan Garay Lopez pleaded guilty to delivery of a controlled substance  drug free zone and was sentenced to seven years in prison.
    Larry Wayne Durham Jr. pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and was sentenced to four years in prison.