SAN ANGELO, TX – A San Angelo man convicted of sex crimes against children is being sent to prison after failing to complete his probation.
According to court documents, on Jan. 22, 2019, Thomas Renteria, 20, of San Angelo, was found guilty on three counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child. The three times the assaults occurred was in Jul. 2011, Jul. 2014, and Jul. 2016. At the time of the conviction Renteria was a juvenile.
For his punishment Renteria was placed on probation. In that probation he had to complete a number of things such as community service hours and sex offender group sessions.
During that probation period a motion to revoke was issued for Renteria. The listed reasons for the motion to revoke were that Renteria failed to make a number of payments, failed to complete community service, failed to basic probationary items such as curfew and alcohol, and he was found talking to children under the age of 17.
On Oct. 27, Renteria entered a plea of true for the motion to revoke. With that Judge Goodwin sentenced him to 5 years in a Texas Prison.