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Fannin County District Attorney releases pleas for October

BONHAM — Fannin County District Attorney Richard Glaser released a list of people who entered into plea agreements with his office during the October dockets before Judge Laurine Blake of the 336th District Court of Fannin County. The following individuals either entered guilty pleas or their cases went to trial and a Fannin County jury rendered the verdict and sentence indicated.

Child abuse cases fill Fannin County indictments

BONHAM — Crimes against children and drug charges filled the list of indictments handed down by a Fannin County grand jury this week. Fannin District Attorney Richard Glaser said the jurors heard 45 cases and returned indictments in all of them. He said grand jurors have returned indictments in 338 new cases this year so far.

Local man indicted for soliciting a minor online

A Sherman man was indicted this week on a charge of online solicitation of a minor, sexual conduct. The indictment is a formal charge and not an indication of guilt. According to previously published reports, Julio Romero, 32, of Sherman, was arrested in August after he communicated via the Internet with a 15-year-old girl. Police reports said Romero asked the girl to run away from home and move in with him several times over a number of months. He was arrested when he showed up at a local business to meet the girl.

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Fannin County case dispositions for the 336th state District Court for September

BONHAM — Fannin County District Attorney Richard Glaser released a list of people who entered into plea agreements with his office during the September dockets before Judge Laurine Blake of the 336th District Court. The following individuals either entered guilty pleas and accepted responsibility for their conduct without further court action, or their cases went to trial and a Fannin County jury rendered the verdict and sentence indicated.

Connerley gets probation for restraining student

BONHAM — A Fannin County jury sentenced former special education instructor Adriane Connerley to four years of probation Wednesday for unlawfully restraining and recklessly injuring a student. The sentence was handed down just before 1 p.m. Thursday, after less than an hour of deliberation.