25 to Life Habitual Offender sentenced to 3 Years Deferred adjudication

Nathan Charles Bush is a career criminal with more than 25 separate charges over the last 18 years. These charges include Burglary, Burglary of a Motor Vehicle, Criminal Mischief, Driving While Intoxicated (x 3), Evading Arrest, Forgery, Possession of Controlled Substances, Theft (x 4), Robbery, Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, and more...

Nathan Bush has been sentenced to TDCJ twice in the past for third degree or higher offenses, making him a minimum 25 to Life true habitual offender. In 2011, Bush was sentenced to 2 years in prison for 3rd Degree "Felony DWI (3 or more). In 2013, Bush was sentenced to 6 years in prison for 2nd Degree "Robbery" and multiple other offenses.

Nathan Bush was arrested for Felony Theft in December of 2018. While on bond, on January 2, 2019, Bush was arrested in possession marijuana. He served a few days in the county jail. Days after being released (still on Felony Theft bond), Bush was arrested in possession of crystal methamphetamine and heroin. Again, Bush posted bond. In February, Bush was arrested in possession of marijuana, again. In March, Bush was stopped on traffic and found to be in possession of a loaded firearm. He was charged with being a "Felon In Possession of a Firearm".

Prosecutors requested a "Denial of Bail" because of Nathan Bush being a true habitual offender in possession of a deadly weapon. His minimum sentence for such an offense would be 25 years.

Nathan Bush pleaded guilty and was sentenced to only 3 years deferred adjudication, by Judge Hilary Unger. Our law enforcement officers in Harris County are working hard to catch these career criminals - over and over and over again.

Some within the Harris County DA's Office and many of the elected Harris County District Court Judges are not doing the MINIMUM of what they should be doing to keep our citizens safe. #HarrisCountyDeservesBetter#EnoughIsEnough

See the comments for court images, detailing "plea agreements" and lax prosecution/punishment.
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