Rene Rodriguez Garcia, 47, of Pecos

Rene Rodriguez Garcia, 47, of Pecos, was convicted of the Class A misdemeanor offense of Concealing Motor Fuel. He was sentenced to serve one day in the Reeves County Jail and to pay restitution of $1220 to Desta Drilling. Garcia’s case was prosecuted as Reeves County cause number 27,685.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Jeffrey Stoddard, 41, of El Paso

Jeffrey Stoddard, 41, of El Paso was sentenced to serve 6 months in the El Paso County Detention Facility after pleading guilty to Attempting to Transport Unstamped Cigarettes, a state jail felony. Stoddard was accused by indictment of offering unstamped cigarettes for sale on Craig’s List, and then transporting the product for the purpose of making a sale. The case, filed as cause number 2011ODO3977-327, was prosecuted in El Paso County.

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Jimmy Dane Bishop, 58, of Winters

Jimmy Dane Bishop, 58, of Winters, was sentenced to 4 years of deferred adjudication in two felony cases involving motor fuel tax fraud. Bishop admitted to the allegations contained in the indictments, which included that he using dyed diesel in a motor vehicle on a public highway, made and delivered false tax reports to the Comptroller, failed to remit motor fuel tax funds, and made and delivered to the Comptroller reports required to be made by law which contained false information. Bishop was ordered to pay a $5,000 fine and perform 160 hours of community service. The cases, filed as cause numbers D1DC-900075 and -76, were prosecuted in Travis County.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Juan Jose Hernandez, 32, of Denver City

Juan Jose Hernandez, 32, of Denver City was sentenced to 4 years of deferred adjudication after pleading guilty to state jail felony Theft. Hernandez was accused of unlawfully appropriating diesel fuel valued between $1500 and $20,000 from Five Star Consolidated without its consent. Hernandez was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine, pay restitution of $3,432, and perform 120 hours of community service. The case, filed as cause number 2923, was prosecuted in Yoakum County District Court.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Kenneth Obrian Payne, 42, of Houston

Kenneth Obrian Payne, 42, of Houston, was convicted of the second-degree felony offense of Evading Motor Fuel Tax and sentenced to 30 months in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Institutional Division. Payne’s sentence came after a plea of guilty in the case, filed as Travis County cause number D1DC11-900155.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Joe Flores, 57, of Morton

Joe Flores, 57, of Morton, was indicted by a Cochran County Grand Jury for two felony motor fuel tax related offenses. Flores is accused in cause number 12-01-1411 with intentionally and knowingly engaging in a motor fuel transaction without being licensed as required by state law, a third-degree felony. He is accused in cause number 12-01-1412 with Theft of fuel valued between $1,500 and $20,000, a state jail felony. Flores’ cases are pending in the 286th District Court.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Cresencio Avalos, 51, of Morton

Cresencio Avalos, 51, of Morton, was indicted by a Cochran County Grand Jury for the felony offense of Evading or Attempting to Evade Motor Fuel Tax. Avalos is accused in cause number 12-01-1410 of concealing, delivering, and using dyed diesel fuel for the operation of a motor vehicle on a public highway, to intentionally evade or attempt to evade motor fuel tax. The offense is a second degree felony. The case is pending in the 286th District Court.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Mirmoossa Hashemian, 48, of Southlake

Mirmoossa Hashemian, 48, of Southlake, was arrested after being indicted by a Travis County Grand Jury for third-degree felony motor vehicle sales tax fraud. Hashemian is accused of intentionally and knowingly failing to remit more than $20,000 but less than $100,000 in motor vehicle sales tax collected from auto buyers as required by law. The offense, filed as Travis County cause number D1DC11-900293, is pending in Travis County District Court.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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