CLINTON — The State has filed a petition to revoke the probation of a Clinton man whose deferred judgement previously was revoked.
Clinton County Attorney Mike Wolf on Aug. 31 filed a petition to revoke the probation of Alejandro C. Guevara, 19, 614 Sixth Ave. South. Wolf states in the petition Guevara violated the terms and conditions of probation based upon a report of violation. The petition requests a warrant be issued for Guevara's arrest. Judge Phillip Tabor submitted an order to issue a warrant, with bond set at $5,000 cash.
Guevara on Dec. 31, 2015, was sentenced for intimidation with a dangerous weapon, a Class C felony. District Court Judge Nancy Tabor ordered the sentence and judgement be deferred. Guevara was placed on probation for three years with the Seventh Judicial District Department of Correctional Services, unless sooner released.
A $1,000 civil penalty was suspended. Guevara was ordered to make restitution for court costs and pay $1,102.53 in victim restitution. Specific conditions of probation included Guevara obtaining a substance abuse evaluation and completing any recommended treatment, not possessing, consuming or having alcohol or illegal substances, completing the Residential Corrections Facility program in Davenport, maintaining employment and paying all restitution and the civil penalty.
Guevara on Nov. 9, 2016, stipulated to violating probation and the court found Guevara violated the terms of probation. Guevara's deferred status was revoked and he was sentenced upon his plea of guilty.
District Court Judge Henry Latham ordered a sentence not to exceed 10 years be suspended. Guevara was placed on probation with the Seventh Judicial District Department of Correctional Services for a period not to exceed three years. The term of probation imposed was ordered to run concurrently with the term of probation imposed in a Scott County case.
Conditions of probation included Guevara enrolling in and successfully completing the Salvation Army Program in Davenport, abstaining from the use of alcohol or illegal drugs, obtaining a substance abuse evaluation and following through with any recommended treatment, being subject to random drug testing and any other conditions set by the probation officer. The victim restitution in the amount of $1,102.53 remained due.
According to the affidavit from the original charge, at 8:45 p.m. April 27, 2015, officers were dispatched for a shots fired call. Officers met with the victim at the Regency Hotel. The victim stated she was driving her vehicle on South 19th Street near 27th Avenue South when someone shot at her. The victim stated a silver Chevy Impala drove by her with three subjects in the vehicle. Two shots were fired at the victim as the vehicles drove past each other. Both shots hit her vehicle's driver's side door. The victim identified the shooter as Guevara.
The affidavit states that at 11:30 a.m. April 28, 2015, an officer met with Guevara at the Clinton Police Department. Guevara admitted he shot twice at the victim as they passed each other on 19th Street. The shots went through the door of the vehicle but did not hit the victim or the passenger.