Kasey Eldon Rodgers, 35, of Henrietta, has been released from the state prison system, and will continue a 10-year sentence on community supervision.
In August, Rodgers plead guilty to Feb. 23, 2012 burglary of a habitation, a second-degree felony, receiving a 10-year sentence, and the July 13, 2012 burglary of a building, a state jail felony, receiving a two-year sentence. The sentences are running concurrently.
On Tuesday, Jan. 22 the 97th District Court issued an order for shock community supervision, which allows for the sentence of a “model inmate” to be commuted. Paige Williams, 97th District Attorney, said a motion for shock community supervision was filed by Rodgers’ attorney and ordered by Judge Roger E. Towery.
Williams said such an order is rare, and only inmates with a good record are eligible, and only in certain situations.
Rodgers has nine years, six months remaining on his sentence.
Plea agreements reached on Tuesday are as follows:
Becky Michelle Roman — Burglary of habitation, a second-degree felony, or a July 4, 2012 offense. Roman was sentenced to seven years community supervision and fined $3,500. Roman was credited six days served.
Ernest Lopez — Burglary of habitation, a second-degree felony, or a July 4, 2012 offense. Roman was sentenced to 10 years community supervision and fined $1,500. Lopez was credited eight days served.
Charles Frerick Bell, II — Judegement adjudicating guilt for violating probation on one charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle, a state jail felony, for a June 1, 2009 offesne. Bell was sentenced to two year confinement probated for five years. Bell was credited with 48 days served.
On Wednesday, Jan. 16, Roy Durwood Hooten plead guilty to unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, a third-degree felony, for a July 5, 2011 offense. Hooten was sentenced to 10 years probation and fined $1,000.