Victoria Woman Guilty Of Bail Jumping

On Tuesday, March 14th a Victoria County jury found Adriyanna Marie Olguin, 24, guilty of the offense of Failure to Appear and Bail Jumping.

During the trial, that showed that the defendant, who was charged with the state jail felony offense of Interference With Child Custody, failed to show up for her October 24th, 2016 court date, despite repeated reminders from both the Court and Victoria Pretrial Services.

The defendant testified she had been scared to attend court and that she overslept and upon realizing she wouldn’t get to the courthouse on time for the 10:00 am setting, decided that not to go at all.

The defendant did not contact the Pretrial Services to inform anyone that she was running late.

The jury deliberated for 30 minutes before returning a verdict of guilty.

The Court assessed the defendant’s punishment at three years in the Institutional Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, but suspended that sentence and placed her on community supervision for a period of three years.