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Judge sets June trial dates for Crisp and Wildenstein
April 10, 2013 | 1,551 views
FLORESVILLE -- Dallas Warren Crisp, 29, of Pleasanton, who is charged with one count each of burglary of a habitation and evading arrest or detention with a motor vehicle, is set to stand trial following jury selection June 17, according to Wilson County District Court records.
Crisp, one half of a duo that allegedly fled officers from the Floresville Police Department after a Jan. 15 burglary in Floresville, was arraigned in district court April 2 by Judge Donna Rayes of the 81st Judicial District. This was after a miscommunication caused him to miss his initial arraignment date of March 19. His next scheduled court appearance is a pretrial hearing May 6, followed by a docket call June 5.
Also in court April 2 was former La Vernia Junior High School Principal Maria Elena Wildenstein, 49. Wildenstein, who was present for a pretrial hearing, is charged with misapplication by a fiduciary in connection with her alleged misapplication of 23 checks written from the school’s junior high activity fund. The alleged incidents started on or about Oct. 14, 2010, and ended on or about June 26, 2011.
Wildenstein is set to return to court May 2 for another pretrial hearing, followed by a June 5 docket call. Jury selection ahead of her trial is set for June 17.
Also appearing in Wilson County Court April 4 was Floresville City Secretary Sherry Leann Pollok, who agreed to participate in a 9-month pretrial diversion program. Pollok, 35, of Adkins, was set to be arraigned on one count of driving while intoxicated following a Jan. 10 incident north of Floresville. Texas Department of Public Safety Highway Patrol Trooper Cory Holmes arrested Pollok after a breath test concluded that her breath-alcohol concentration was “0.15 grams or more per 210 liters of breath,” according to the trooper’s sworn statement.
Pollok was transported to the Wilson County Jail, where records indicate she posted $1,500 bond and was released the same day.
For the duration of the agreement, Pollok will be under community supervision. The agreement has numerous conditions, including that she will be prohibited from consuming alcoholic beverages, must complete 50 hours of community service, and must undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation at her own expense. Upon successful completion of the program, Pollok’s case will be dismissed, and her record will be expunged one year later.
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