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Posted: Friday, July 22, 2005 12:00 pm | Updated: 4:48 pm, Tue Feb 11, 2014.

By Michelle Guffey

Killeen Daily Herald

BELTON A 36-year-old Temple man was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison five months after he was given 10 years deferred probation for stealing from his employer.

Matthew Lloyd Flanary was sentenced by Judge Joe Carroll of the 27th District Court on an Aug. 12, 2004, charge of theft over $20,000 but less than $100,000.

According to the arrest affidavit, the owner of Longhorn Motors in Belton discovered that a former employee had been selling trailers from his business from December 2003 to August 2004 and pocketing the money.

The affidavit states that Flanary admitted to the theft.

Flanary was brought before Judge Martha Trudo of the 264th District Court and was given 10 years deferred probation.

Several violations contributed to Flanarys probation being revoked including: failure to report to a community supervision officer, failure to obtain drug and alcohol screening and counseling, failure to attend a substance awareness group, failure to participate in substance abuse testing, failure to complete community service, failure to write a letter of apology to his former employer, failure to attend Alcoholics Ano-nymous, failure to pay $702 in court fees.

In other court action:

n Judge Trudo sentenced David Antu Torres Jr., 20, of Belton to nine months in a state jail on a July 16, 2004, charge of theft from a person.

n Judge Trudo sentenced Nathan Matthew Fuessel, 29, of Belton to five days in the Bell County Jail with three days credit and a $500 fine on an Aug. 6, 2004, charge of evading arrest with a motor vehicle.

n Judge Trudo sentenced Felix Campos, 22, of Bartlett to five years deferred probation, 30 days in the Bell County Jail with a two-days-a-week work release on an April 4 charge of evading arrest with a motor vehicle.

n Judge Carroll sentenced Michael Leroy Vaughn, 41, of Belton to five years deferred probation on a Jan. 16 charge of evading arrest with a motor vehicle.

n Judge Trudo sentenced Carol Denise Schneider, 42, of Heidenheimer to five years deferred probation on a Feb. 25 charge of possession of methamphetamine less than 1 gram.

n Judge Carroll sentenced John Rosado Jr., 44, of Killeen to 15 days in the Bell County Jail on a July 7 charge of possession of cocaine less than 1 gram.

n Judge Carroll sentenced Jonathan Edward Chipman, 20, of Belton to one year in a state jail after revoking five years probation on a Nov. 19, 2004, charge of possession of methamphetamine less than 1 gram.

n Judge Trudo sentenced Ravina Talamantez Martinez, 35, of Temple to 30 days in the Bell County Jail with a two-days-a-week work release and a $1,000 fine on a March 22, 2002, charge of driving while intoxicated, III.

n Judge Trudo sentenced Rod Anthony Aquiningoc, 25, of Killeen to five years deferred probation and a $500 fine on a June 22 charge of forgery.

n Judge Trudo sentenced Raymond Neil Kent, 25, of Killeen to one year in a state jail with 48 days credit on a May 8 charge of burglary of a building.

n Judge Trudo sentenced Teresa Michelle Heilemann, 27, of Harker Heights to nine months in a state jail after revoking three years deferred probation on a June 23, 2004, charge of forgery by passing.

n Judge Carroll sentenced Christopher Lynn Leblue, 28, of Killeen to six months in a state jail on a March 8 charge of forgery by passing.

n Judge Carroll sentenced David Lee Phelps, 33, of Temple to six years probation, a $1,000 fine and 45 days in the Bell County Jail to begin Monday on a Jan. 22 charge of driving while intoxicated, III.

n Judge Carroll sentenced Brandon Hazell Thomas, 18, of Fort Hood to six years deferred probation on an April 26 charge of burglary of a habitation.

Contact Michelle Guffey at mguffey@kdhnews.com

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