CLINTON — The State of Iowa in December filed a petition to revoke probation for a Clinton man granted a deferred judgement on multiple counts of burglary for his role in burglaries at the Wee School.
Assistant Clinton County Attorney Ross Barlow on Dec. 5 filed a petition to revoke probation of Steven T. Dickens, 22. Barlow in the report alleges Dickens violated the terms and conditions of probation based upon the report of violation dated Nov. 29 by probation officer DeAmbuir Carter. Attorney Joel Saldivar was appointed to represent Dickens. A revocation hearing is set for 10:45 a.m. March 22.
Dickens on Sept. 28 appeared in Clinton County District Court for sentencing for four counts of third-degree burglary, each a Class D felony. District Court Judge Mary Howes granted Dickens a deferred judgement for four counts of third-degree burglary. Dickens was placed on probation for a period of two years unless sooner released by the court upon the recommendation of the probation officer. Dickens was ordered to successfully complete the Residential Corrections Facility program as a condition of probation.