CLINTON — A hearing is set for March for a Clinton man accused of violating the terms of probation a second time.
Assistant Clinton County Attorney Ross Barlow on Thursday filed a petition to revoke probation for Casey S. Barry, 23, 1041 10th St. NW. Barlow in the petition to revoke probation alleges Barry violated the terms and conditions of probation based on the report of violation filed by probation officer Carli Larson. A revocation hearing is set for 2 p.m. March 7.
District Court Judge Mark Lawson in October ordered a sentence not to exceed five years for one count of third-degree burglary be suspended. Barry was placed on probation for two years. Lawson ordered Barry to reside at and in accordance with the rules of the Residential Corrections Facility as a specific condition of probation.
Barry on Dec. 14 stipulated to violating the terms of probation. The court found Barry violated the terms of probation and found Barry in contempt. The court sentenced Barry to serve a term of 30 days in the Clinton County Jail, with credit for time served. Barry was ordered to be returned to the RCF upon discharge of the sentence. The court ordered Barry to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and complete any recommended treatment as an additional condition of probation.