Judge revokes probation

CLINTON — Two Clinton County men appeared in district court last week for violating probation.

Leonard Draper Jr., 37, 2126 Iowa Ave., appeared Thursday in Clinton County District Court for a hearing on the State's application for probation revocation. The Court ruled that Draper violated the terms of probation and found him in contempt of court.

District Court Judge John Telleen ordered that Draper serve 10 days in Clinton County Jail. He was given credit for five days served.

Mittimus was ordered to issue at 7 p.m. May 10. Draper's probation will be unsuccessfully discharged upon completion of the term. Assistant Clinton County Attorney James McHugh filed the petition to revoke probation Jan. 18.

Nathaniel J. Campos, 32, of Bryant, appeared in District Court for a hearing on the State's application for probation revocation. Campos stipulated to the violations contained in the report of violation, and the Court ruled Campos in violation of probation.

Telleen ordered that Campos enter and successfully complete the Residential Corrections Facility program as an additional condition of probation. Campos was ordered to be held in the Clinton County Jail until bed space is available.

Assistant Clinton County Attorney James McHugh filed the petition to revoke Campos' probation Feb. 1.