Parole And Probation Violations. Legal news and articles for April 21 - 27, 2017

ARRESTS AND SUMMONSESStates Seek Shortened Probation and Parole for ManyPolice/Fire reports 4/27/17Final hearing in Kodak Black probation violation, assault case...Doing Less Time: Some States Cut Back On ProbationLocal officers file drug chargesCherry revokes probation at session of revocation courtConvicted rapist back in court after parole violationsMitchell man incarcerated for selling drugs gets 3 more years for probation violationKodak Black Faces Up To Eight Years In Prison For Court Parole ViolationMan sent back to prison after parole violationsAt Least 61000 Nationwide Are in Prison for Minor Parole ViolationsLaw enforcement reports: April 20-21Department of Correction offenders busted during random home visitsDowagiac drug checks lead to five arrests

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New Tennessee law stalls sentencing in fatal hit-and-run case [photos]
Chattanooga Times Free PressMarch 28, 2017

At the same time, 40 percent of people admitted to state prisons were there for violating their probation or parole instead of committing new crimes, according to a 2015 report commissioned by Gov. Bill Haslam on sentencing and repeat offenders.more »

Back to Jail: Addiction, mental illness, joblessness pave path back to prison
Valdosta Daily TimesApril 9, 2017

But according to the Georgia Center for Opportunity, the state's rate surges closer to 50 percent when including “the number of people who commit a technical violation while on probation and parole, as well as the number of offenders who recidivate ...more »

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ARRESTS AND SUMMONSES
Columbia Daily TribuneApril 27, 2017

Robby Dale Colter, 44, of 702 Wilkes Blvd., parole or probation violation, no bond set. Kristina Delacruz, 38, of 1700 Amelia St., Apt. C, out-of-county warrant, $10,000 bond. Mark Allen Forrest, 52, of Independence, driving on a suspended or revoked ...more »

States Seek Shortened Probation and Parole for Many
GoverningApril 27, 2017

The longer someone is on probation or parole, the more likely they are to violate its terms for something minor and end up in jail or prison, she said. In Georgia, two-thirds of the people who were imprisoned in 2015 were incarcerated because their ...more »

Police/Fire reports 4/27/17
Columbia Daily HeraldApril 27, 2017

Barnes Ivory Nowlin, 30, 910 Hannaway Road, Columbia, was arrested and charged with violation of probation/parole. He remained in the Maury County Jail on Wednesday without bond. Larry Wayne Sims, 38, 1776 Highway 166 N., Mt. Pleasant, was ...more »

Final hearing in Kodak Black probation violation, assault case...
Local 10April 26, 2017

Since violating his parole Octave has been in jail , but it has not slowed down his chart climbing career. A top 10 single and a track on the latest "Fast and the Furious" move soundtrack have made the 19-year-old rapper hotter than ever, even spurring ...more »

Doing Less Time: Some States Cut Back On Probation
Huffington PostApril 26, 2017

The longer someone is on probation or parole, the more likely they are to violate its terms for something minor and end up in jail or prison, she said. In Georgia, two-thirds of the people who were imprisoned in 2015 were incarcerated because their ...more »

Local officers file drug charges
Moultrie ObserverApril 26, 2017

MOULTRIE, Ga. — Multiple law enforcement made drug cases among recent arrests, with Moultrie officers' tally including Arthur Clinton Jennings, 41, 1594 Shade Murphy Road, who was charged Saturday with possession of drug-related object, possession ...more »

Cherry revokes probation at session of revocation court
Clearfield ProgressApril 26, 2017

Castelli violated his parole by failing to refrain from the use of controlled substances. He was on parole on a charge of simple assault. Christopher W. Farren, 29, 1756 Robertsville Rd., Punxsutawney, had his probation revoked. On a charge of ...more »

Convicted rapist back in court after parole violations
Daily Inter LakeApril 25, 2017

The 32-year suspended sentence of a rapist convicted in 2007 was revoked on April 20 following multiple reports of parole violations. James Pallone Heitman, 54, was sentenced in 2007 to 40 years in Montana State Prison, with 32 years suspended, for the ...more »

Mitchell man incarcerated for selling drugs gets 3 more years for probation violation
Daily RepublicApril 24, 2017

The probation violation stems from charges of possessing MDMA — also known as ecstasy or Molly — with intent to distribute in a drug-free zone and distributing MDMA in Davison County, for which Muntefering was sentenced on April 4 to 15 years in ...more »

Kodak Black Faces Up To Eight Years In Prison For Court Parole Violation
VibeApril 24, 2017

Kodak Black may be facing up to eight years in prison for allegedly violating his parole. The South Florida rapper had his first hearing on the matter Friday. (April 21). Nineteen-year-old Black, born Dieuson Octave, is facing judgment on several ...more »

Man sent back to prison after parole violations
CitizentribuneApril 24, 2017

“You've never accepted the fact that rules apply to you,” Ogle said pointing to a previous incident in which Mason's probation was revoked after he tried to purchase a weapon. “He needs to go to the penitentiary just about more than anyone I have ever ...more »

At Least 61000 Nationwide Are in Prison for Minor Parole Violations
The Marshall ProjectApril 24, 2017

Among the millions of people incarcerated in the United States, a significant portion have long been thought to be parole violators, those who were returned to prison not for committing a crime but for failing to follow rules: missing an appointment ...more »

Law enforcement reports: April 20-21
Meridian StarApril 21, 2017

Probation violation/parole - Jo Ellen Lindsey Jason, 30, 41 Fairchild Road, Meridian. • Driving under the influence (DUI), second offense - Terence Lavon Naylor, 34, 8687 Raymond Cobb Road, Lauderdale. Naylor is also charged with possession of ...more »

Department of Correction offenders busted during random home visits
East Idaho NewsApril 21, 2017

Yvette G. Bays, 40, and Ridge A. Parsons, 26, were booked into the Bannock County Jail Thursday evening on felony possession of a controlled substance charge and probation violations charges. During a random home visit by probation and parole officers ...more »

Dowagiac drug checks lead to five arrests
MLive.comApril 21, 2017

DOWAGIAC, MI -- Five people were arrested when the Cass County Drug Enforcement team assisted agents from the Michigan Department of Corrections with random home checks of Dowagiac residents who were on parole or probation and found drugs.more »

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