Two Henrietta men received sentences of 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to drug charges Monday.
James Zachary Donaldson and Casey Allen Deason each pled guilty to manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, penalty group one, in an amount of more than four grams and less than 200 grams, a first degree felony. Charges for each man are for a Sept. 9, 2010, offense. Each must pay $140 in restitution.
Donaldson is credited with 124 days time served, while Deason is credited with 98 days.
The 97th District Court also accepted pleas from four other individuals for various crimes. They are:
Billy Wayne Haney – Driving while intoxicated, third or more offense, a third degree felony, for a March 18, 2011, offense. Haney was given a five-year prison sentence and must pay restitution in the amount of $140. Haney is credited with two days served.
Annemarie Johanna Bondurant – Driving while intoxicated, third or more offense, a third degree felony, for a May 30, 2011 offense. Bondurant received five years community supervision on a probated sentence. Bondurant is credited with two days served.
Donald Harris, Jr. – Take certain wildlife resources without consent, a state jail felony, for a Dec. 27, 2009, offense. Harris received a sentence of two years community supervision.
Joshua William Lane – Possession of a controlled substance, in an amount more of more than one gram but less than 4 grams, for a May 3, 2011, offense. Lane received five years community supervision, and will pay $140 in restitution.