Time served for revocations
MONTAGUE – While sentenced to jail time upon having their felony probations revoked last week, neither of the two defendants who appeared in 97th District Court will serve any more time in jail.
Lace Kelli Burr was sentenced to time served on revocation of probation for possession of a controlled substance Penalty Group 1 less than 1 gram, a Nocona offense which original occurred on Oct. 8, 2018.
She was sentenced to 133 days in state jail and credited with 133 days jail time. She was ordered to pay $180 in restitution.
Natasha Nicole Pippin also agreed to a plea arrangement on revocation of two felony charges – abandoning endangering a child by criminal negligence, and possession of a controlled substance Penalty Group 1 of less than 1 gram in a drug free zone.
She was sentenced to 417 days in state jail on the plea agreement reached by District Attorney Casey Polhemus and credited with 417 days time served. She was sentenced to three years in state prison and also credited with 413 days time served. She was ordered to pay $155 restitution on the child endangerment charge.