Former Sonora resident Dora Isabel McAfee, 35, was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to theft Thursday, May 9, 2019.
She will also have to pay restitution and court costs.

McAfee appeared before the Honorable Brock Jones of the 112th District Court, Thursday, in Sonora, and plead guilty to charges of theft, with a value of $20,000 or more, but less than $100,000, a third degree felony, according to Assistant District Attorney Jerry Phillips and Sutton County Court documents.

She was booked into the Sutton County Jail Thursday, following her hearing where she awaits transfer to a Texas Department of Criminal Justice Facility.

In addition to serving a three-year concurrent prison term, McAfee will also have to simultaneously pay restitution to individuals named in a judgement, according to courts documents.

Mandated restitution includes Amy C. Morrow, of League City, $100, Mike and Debra Hobbs, of Sonora, $250, Claire Jones, of Sonora, $100, Bruce Kerbow, of Ozona, $100, Veronica Hernandez and Ponciano Castillo, of Sonora, $100, Mr. and Mrs. Juan Agueyo (c/o 112th District Attorney’s Office), of Ozona, $2,5000.

Additionally, she will have to pay $264 in court costs.

McAfee, who was married to Earlie Williams, also charged with theft, turned herself into authorities on August 19, 2017 after being indicted by a Sutton County 112th Judicial Grand Jury. She was released on a $5,000 bond.

The Grand Jury named McAfee in “unlawfully appropriate” activity between July 22, 2013 and October 20, 2015. Activities included acquiring money from persons who participated and provided money or services in a fund raiser benefit in Sonora, Texas on March 1, 2014 with the intent to deprive the owners of the property by fraudulently claiming she had cancer as well as soliciting and receiving loans, donations and services.