CLINTON — The State of Iowa filed a petition to revoke probation for a Clinton woman who was granted a deferred judgement in 2014 for a felony drug charge.
Assistant Clinton Clinton County Attorney Amanda Myers on Feb. 19 filed a petition to revoke the probation of Jessica L. Crabtree, 33, 215 10th Ave. North. The petition alleges Crabtree violated the terms and conditions of probation based on the report of violation, complaint and dispositional records. A revocation hearing is set for 1:30 p.m. March 7.
Crabtree appeared on Sept. 4, 2014, in Clinton County District Court for sentencing for conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine. District Court Judge Paul Macek ordered sentence and judgement be deferred. Crabtree was placed on probation for three years to the Seventh Judicial District Department of Correctional Services, unless sooner released. Specific conditions of probation were ordered to be set by the probation officer.
Crabtree in May appeared in Clinton County District Court for a probation revocation hearing. District Court Judge Joel Barrows revoked Crabtree’s deferred judgement. He ordered a prison sentence not to exceed 10 years for conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine be suspended. A $1,000 fine was suspended. Barrows ordered Crabtree to complete two years of supervised probation, obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow through with any recommended treatment, abstain from controlled substances and alcohol and obtain her GED as conditions of probation. Barrows ordered Crabtree to pay attorney fees not to exceed $250.