Free Probation Form 12 - District Court of Connecticut - Connecticut

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U.S.A. vs. Shatina Parker Docket No. 3:0OCR00167(D§§§ Lu m
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COMES NOW, Charmarne R. Harkrns, presenting an official report upon the conduct and attitude of hati a FJ fklilrz
who was sentenced to 18 months for a violation of 18 U.S.C. §1344 and § 371, Bank Fraud, byrthe Hqpgrfple Dominic J.
Squatrito, Senior United States District Judge, sitting in the court at Hartford, Connecticut on Septémbegl“,1_f, l.lvlhH)'l;t§dj`
the period of supervision at five years which commenced on January 28, 2003 and imposed the general tertrisatriritl Bodijitions
Q theretofore adopted by the court. In addition to the standard conditions, the following special conditions were imposed: 1)The
l defendant shall participate in a substance abuse treatment program, either inpatient or outpatient, as directed by the United
States Probation Office, which may include random urinalysis testing. The defendant shall pay all or a portion of, the costs
associated with such programs, based on her ability to pay, as determined by the probation office; 2) The defendant shall
participate in a mental health treatment program, either inpatient or outpatient, as directed by the probation office, and shall
pay all, or a portion of, the costs associated with such a program, based upon her ability to pay, as determined bythe probation
office; 3) The defendant shall provide the probation office with access to any requested financial information, including financial
records of any business in which she may be a partner; 4) The defendant shall not incur new charges or open additional lines
of credit without prior approval of the U.S. Probation Office; and 5) The defendant shall be liable for restitution, jointly and
severally with any other co—defendants responsible for the loss in question, in the amount of $34,957.39, with interest waived.
Restitution in the amount of $28,679.90 should be paid lzo Fleet Bank, Special Services and $6,277.49 to First Union.
l Payments shall be made at a rate of $100 per month, or otherwise instructed by the court should the defendant’s financial
condition change. Ms. Parker’s supervision commenced on January 28, 2003 and is expected to terminate on January 27, l
The defendant is being cited for violating the following conditions of supervised release:
Charge No. 1- Standard Condition: "You shall answer truthfully all inguiries by the probation officer and follow the instructions
of the probation officer." On November 5, 2004 at 9:30 a.m., the defendant reported to the probation office for a random
urinalysis test. After entering the bathroom area and while observing the defendant prepare to render her sample, a plastic
bag filled with liquid resembling urine was noticed on the back of the toilet seat.Ms. Parker was questioned about this bag and
she denied knowing anything about its origins. After an investigation, it was determined that the defendant dropped the bag.
A digital photo was taken and is attached to this report as evidence. _
Charge No. 2: Mandatog; Condition: "You shall refrain from any unlawful use of a controlled substance. You shall submit to
one drug test within 15 days of release from imprisonment or placement on probation and at least two periodic tests thereafter,
as directed by the probation officer." On November 5, and December 1, 2004, Ms. Parker rendered a urinalysis which tested
positive for marijuana. On November 12, 2004, Ms. Parker admitted to smoking marijuana the weekend of November 5-7,
2004. She also failed to report for drug testing on November 8, and 9, 2004 and December 21, 2004.
Charge No. 3: Standard Condition: "You shall not commit another federal, state, or local crime. You shall not illegally possess
a controlled substance." On October 29, 2003, the defendant pled guilty to Larceny, 6‘*‘ Degree. Ms. Parker was caught
stealing items from a store when the security detector was activated. She was sentenced to two years probation on December
18, 2003 under docket number CR03188362. The defendant was classified as a Persistent Larceny Offender, the maximum
penalty imposable is two years. A Report on Offender was submitted to the Court on June 14, 2004. Court records are
On June 5, 2004, the defendant was arrested by the Hartford Police Department for Disorderly Conduct. She appeared in
Hartford Superior Court on June 7, 2004 under docket number H14HCR04-0581345-S and was released on a $2,000 non-
surety bond. The defendant appeared in court on December 2, 2004 through the Family Relations Department. According
to the Hartford Superior Court CIerk’s Office, the case was nolled.
PRAYING THAT THE COURT WILL ORDER t at th's petition will senre as a summons directing Shatina Parker to
appear before this court at Hartford, Connecticut on at_]_O_B_@ to show cause why supervision should not
be revoked.
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l ORDER OF COURT Sworn _ ____ I
Considered and ordered this / / ik day of January,
2005 and ordered fgijggimade a part of the records in Charmaine R. Harkins
the abo»%:ase. 4/ · -5--··’·' United States Probation Officer
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Th Hon ble D c . Squatrito .
Senior Unit< s District Judge Date
Before me, e Honorable Dominic J. Squatrito, Senior United States District Judge, on this{ 2 fg day of January 2005 f
at Hartford, Connecticut, U.S. Probation Officer Charmaine R. Harki app? wr oath sta et forth _
in this petition are true to the best of her knowledge and b R
( // / onorable Dominic J. Squatrito
Senior United States District Judge