Sabine County, Texas
A Sabine County man was sentenced to begin serving a three year prison term after a plea hearing June 10.
Blaine Andrew Hamm appeared before 1st Judicial Judge Craig Mixon in 1st Judicial District Court concerning a judgment revoking community supervision. Hamm was convicted of third degree felony, tampering with physical evidence back in May 2016. Hamm was sentenced to five years TDCJID. The sentence was probated to five years and a $1,000 fine.
According to court documents Hamm violated the terms of probation by failure to report as directed by the court every other week beginning May 30, 2018, failure to pay supervision fee, court cost, and attorney fees. "Accordingly, the Court's previous Order suspending imposition of the sentence of confinement and placing the Defendant on community supervision is revoked," the documents states.
Hamm was originally indicted by a Sabine County Grand Jury on August 10, 2016. According to Daily News database Blaine Andrew Hamm was accused of tampering with physical evidence during a traffic stop in a May 20, 2016 incident, with intent to impair availability of evidence. Hamm was also indicted for possession of a controlled substance in the amount of less than one gram.