Woman sent to prison for violating probation Former Carroll resident had pleaded guilty to possession of PCP

April 25, 1996|By Mike Farabaugh | Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF

A former Union Bridge woman who has twice been charged with violating probation on a 15-year suspended sentence for drug distribution was ordered to prison yesterday.

Carroll Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. revoked the probation of Kimberly Ann Godfrey, 31, of Jefferson in Frederick County, ordering her to serve the original sentence.

Judge Beck found her guilty of failing to notify the court of twice changing her address, of failing to report to probation officials July 18 and July 25 and of failing to complete a court-ordered drug and alcohol counseling program in Frederick County.

The probation stemmed from her Jan. 27, 1994, guilty plea to a charge of possession with intent to distribute PCP.

The charges were filed after an April 16, 1993, raid by 10 officers from the Carroll County Narcotics Task Force who broke into a Union Bridge home in the 900 block of McKinstrys Mill Road, where Godfrey lived, after a monthlong investigation.

Five people, including Godfrey, were arrested after police reported seizing PCP, cocaine and marijuana. Task force officers confiscated a half-ounce of liquid PCP, 1.5 ounces of parsley flakes mixed with PCP, 2 ounces of marijuana, 1.5 grams of cocaine and drug paraphernalia valued at $2,000, court records show.

Pub Date: 4/25/96

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