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Special to The Sun—
CLARENDON – On Friday, Jan. 8, three pleas took place in the 100th Judicial District Court
via the internet-based meeting app Zoom, with the Court sitting in Donley County.
District Attorney for the 100th Judicial District Luke Inman along with Assistant DA Harley
Caudle prosecuted the case for the State of Texas with the Honorable Judge Stuart Messer presiding.
Deanna Sue Satterfield, 44, of Amarillo, was sentenced to 16 months in prison for the state jail
felony offense of possession of a controlled substance. Following her arrest on Sept. 16, 2018, Satterfield
was initially placed on probation for two years on Nov. 9, 2018.
On Aug. 22, 2019, the State filed a motion asking the Court to revoke Satterfield’s probation
based upon her failure to abide by the terms and conditions of probation. At the hearing on Jan. 8,
Satterfield admitted to violating probation, and Messer sentenced her to the 16-month prison term.
Quention Lucas Houston, 37 from Colorado, was placed on eight years probation for the thirddegree
felony offense of assault on a public servant. Houston was arrested by Hall County Sheriff
Tom Heck on Dec. 30, 2020.
Houston was also ordered to pay a $3,000 fine to Hall County, $295 in court costs and complete
200 hours of community service. If his probation is revoked, Houston faces up to ten years in prison.
Daniel Ezikel Deherrera, 38 from Benton, Ark., was placed on three years probation for the thirddegree
felony offense of tampering with physical evidence. Deherrera was investigated and arrested
by Texas Ranger Job Espinoza on June 26, 2020.
At the time of his arrest, Deherrera was a peace officer with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office and
the Memphis Police Department. According to court documents, Deherrera was providing marihuana
to a third party.
Deherrera was also ordered to pay a $500 fine to Hall County, $340 in court costs and complete
200 hours of community service. If his probation is revoked, Deherrera faces up to ten years in prison.