Commerce man's probations revoked
Commerce – A Commerce man is sentenced to prison after two of his three probations are revoked.
The decision came Tuesday to revoke Mortez Demond Kimball's probations of violation of a protective order and stalking for violating his parole. He was subsequently sentenced to two years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division. His probation for robbery was also extended by five years.
Kimball was arrested in April and charged with multiple counts of assault and unlawful restraint. He's alleged to have abducted a woman from a Commerce restaurant, the same woman who's the subject of the protective order and stalking convictions.