Woman gets 3 years in prison for probation violation
Updated: 6:56 pm, Mon Nov 14, 2011.
Bob Thaxton, Seguin Gazette
SEGUIN - A 33-year-old woman has been sentenced to a three-year term in state prison after pleading true to allegations in a motion to revoke her probation from a conviction for possessing chemicals used to manufacture methamphetamine.
Rita Sue Daniels was indicted in October 2005 on charges of possessing or transporting chemicals with intent to manufacture a controlled substance. The chemicals were listed as anhydrous ammonia and pseudoephedrine. A second count in the indictment accused Daniels of possession of methamphetamine, 4 grams or more, less than 200 grams.
Daniels accepted a plea agreement and received eight years probation with deferred adjudication in July 2006.
The district attorney's office in January 2008 filed a motion for adjudication accusing Daniels of failing to make payments toward her fine and fees and failing to attend a program that could lead to a General Educational Development certificate.
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