CLINTON — Seventh Judicial District Parole Officer Scott Filseth has filed a parole violation report alleging a Clinton man violated the terms and conditions of parole on multiple occasions.
Filseth on Jan. 16 filed a parole violation report against Jeffrey A. Wright, 27, 613 Locust Place. Filseth in the report alleges that Wright on six separate occasions violated parole.
The report states that on June 19, Wright violated parole rules of supervision conduct, substance abuse and legal conduct. The report states that on June 16, Wright was arrested for public intoxication. He was in violation of his parole agreement due to being charged with a new arrest, according to the parole violation report.
The report on June 28 alleges two separate instances of violation of substance abuse rules. The report states that on June 28, Wright admitted to using marijuana, a violation of the parole agreement. The report also states that on June 28 Wright violated parole by testing positive for THC.
The report alleges violation of supervision conduct on Oct. 5, alleging Wright did not show up or call for an appointment scheduled with Filseth on that date.
The report alleges violation of parole on Oct. 25 when Wright allegedly violated the rule he must complete a substance abuse evaluation and recommended treatment. The report states Filseth received an email from a New Directions substance counselor stating Wright had not been to New Directions since Oct. 13. The report alleges they were scheduled to meet but Wright did not show and hung up on the substance counselor when she called him.
The report alleges violation of the terms of parole on Dec. 2 when Wright was arrested by Clinton police for public intoxication and fifth-degree theft.