Community supervision officer sentenced in district court

A Milam County community supervision officer was sentenced in district court this morning following an investigation by the Community Supervision and Corrections Department and the District Attorney’s Investigator Doug Kunkel.
According to District Attorney Bill Torrey, who prosecuted the case, Milam County Assistant Community Supervision Officer Ronald G. Floyd, 50, of Cameron, entered a guilty plea to a third-degree felony theft $2,500 to $30,000 by a public servant in the 20th Judicial District Court.
Judge John W. Youngblood placed Floyd on three years deferred adjudication probation with standard conditions of probation, and he was ordered to pay a $2,500 fine, court costs and restitution of $8,180 with the remaining amount of restitution yet to be determined. Floyd will be required to cooperate with law enforcement and agree to consent to a polygraph, if requested.