Wednesday was a busy afternoon for one local judge, as 11 people were sentenced in one day for various crimes.
12th District Judge David Moorman presided over the guilty pleas on February 15th. The length of the sentences was not stated, however, in the release.
Four men, Damonza Sanders, Christopher Sargent of Bryan, Paul Reyna IV of Navasota, and Joey Hester of Cleveland, received time for Possession of a Controlled Substance.
Another man, Clinton Peacock of New Waverly, was given prison time for Delivery of a Controlled Substance.
Two men were sent to prison for their role in shooting a Todd Mission man two years ago. Darian Nelson and Jaquarius Duckett were given time for their charges of Aggravated Robbery.
Matthew Jarrett, who fired shots in Navasota before taking police on a multi-hour manhunt and high speed chase 2 years ago, was sentenced for his chagres of Evading. He still faces over 20 additional charges in Madsison and Brazos Counties.
Anthony Woods Jr and Dontrell Richardson, both of Navasota, head to prison after pleading guilty to charges of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon.
Another woman was also sent to jail for Tampering with Evidence.
Navasota News has reached out to the District Attorney’s Office for the exact prison sentences of each defendant.