CLINTON — A man was ordered to serve a sentence of incarceration not to exceed five years, which was originally suspended, for violating the terms of probation.
David A. Brennan, 42, appeared Wednesday in Clinton County District Court for a probation revocation hearing. Brennan stipulated he violated the terms of his probation as alleged in the probation violation report. The court revoked Brennan's probation and imposed the original sentence. District Court Judge Mark Lawson in July 2016 ordered a sentence of incarceration not to exceed five years be suspended for one count of possession of precursors, a Class D felony. The court ordered Brennan to receive credit for any time spent in the Clinton County Jail and the Residential Corrections Facility in connection with this case.
Brennan on April 13 appeared in Clinton County District Court for a revocation hearing. The court found Brennan violated the terms of probation. The court ordered Brennan to enter and successfully complete the Residential Corrections Facility program in Davenport as an additional condition of probation. Brennan's probation was extended six months subject to terms and conditions of probation already set out.