CLINTON — The state of Iowa has filed a petition to revoke probation for a man who previously stipulated to violating the terms of probation in July 2016.
Assistant Clinton County Attorney Ross Barlow on Nov. 7, 2016, filed a petition to revoke deferred judgement and probation of Jason K. Curtis, 22. A warrant of arrest was served to Curtis on March 2. Barlow in the petition alleges Curtis violated the terms and conditions of his deferred judgment and probation based on the report of violation. A revocation hearing is set for 11:15 a.m. March 15.
Curtis on May 21, 2015, was sentenced for second-degree burglary and operating a motor vehicle without owner’s consent. District Court Judge Mark Cleve granted Curtis a deferred judgment on both charges. Curtis was placed on probation to the Seventh Judicial District Department of Correctional Services for two years unless sooner released by the court upon the recommendation of Curtis’ probation officer.
The court ordered Curtis pay civil penalties of $750 and $615. Special terms and conditions imposed included Curtis successfully completing the Residential Corrections Facility program in Davenport, paying $170.69 in victim restitution and payment of attorney fees not to exceed $800.
Curtis on May 6, 2016, was sentenced for operating without owner’s consent. District Court Judge Stuart Werling ordered Curtis to serve 120 days in the Clinton County Jail with 78 days suspended and credit for 22 days served. A $625 fine was suspended. Curtis was placed on supervised probation for one year. He was ordered to have no law violations and to pay all monies owed as ordered.
Curtis on July 7, 2016, appeared in Clinton County District Court for a probation revocation hearing. Curtis admitted to violating the conditions of probation included in the report of violation. The court found the probation previously granted was violated and Curtis was in contempt. Werling ordered Curtis to serve 50 days in the Clinton County Jail. Curtis received credit for time served of 50 days and was released upon the entry of order. Curtis was allowed to maintain his deferred judgments and remain on probation with the currently assigned probation officer. Curtis was ordered to reimburse the state of Iowa for attorney fees not to exceed $500.