Cordova sentenced to probation



The Atascosa County Sheriff’s Office arrested Domingo Cordova Jr. two days into their Mail Theft Task Force on Oct. 15, 2020, after a high-speed chase involving several law enforcement officers. The arrest also led to the end of an eight-month-long investigation by the Jourdanton Police Department who obtained an arrest warrant for Cordova the week prior. ATASCOSA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE | COURTESY PHOTO

The Atascosa County Sheriff’s Office arrested Domingo Cordova Jr. two days into their Mail Theft Task Force on Oct. 15, 2020, after a high-speed chase involving several law enforcement officers. The arrest also led to the end of an eight-month-long investigation by the Jourdanton Police Department who obtained an arrest warrant for Cordova the week prior. ATASCOSA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE | COURTESY PHOTO

Following his arrests in the past two years, Domingo Cordova Jr. had a hearing in front of the honorable Judge Russell Wilson of the 218th Judicial District Court on Nov. 22 where he was sentenced to probation.

In October 2020, Cordova was arrested and charged with a third degree felony of alleged Theft of Mail over 30 addresses. He was also charged with alleged Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information by the Jourdanton Police Department. Bonds for Cordova were set at $50,000 for Theft of Mail and $30,000 for Evading Arrest with a Motor Vehicle. The arrest was the end of an eight-month-long investigation by the Jourdanton Police Department.

After being released from the Atascosa County Jail, Cordova was arrested again on Feb. 15, 2021. He was charged with a Class A Misdemeanor of alleged Theft of Mail less than 10 addresses.

Judge Wilson sentenced Cordova to probation. An ex-Jourdanton police officer as well as a juvenile probation officer, both wrote a letter of recommendation for Cordova.

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