Gov. Rick Perry on Friday granted full pardons to a Frisco man and three other people, based on the recommendations of the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles.
Stewart Guitierrez Hunter, 39, who was living in Frisco when he applied for the pardon, was convicted of assault in 2003 and paid a $500 fine.
The others granted full pardons:
- Markell Dontrae Abonce, 22, was convicted of trespass in 2009 and sentenced to two days in jail. At the time of his pardon application, he lived in Houston.
- Chriscione Leon Johnson, 42, was convicted of delivery of a controlled substance in 1989. She was sentenced to 10 years in prison, which was later probated for 10 years, and paid a $500 fine. At the time of her pardon application, she lived in Houston.
- Reine’ Dale Novak, 52, was convicted of criminal mischief in 1998. She was sentenced to 60 days in jail, probated for 24 months and paid $500 restitution. At the time of her pardon application, she lived in Fort Worth.