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In 2017 lost in an addiction to methamphetamines Ashley was sentenced to a 2 year sentence in TDCJ for failure to appear. Upon making parole but prior to actual releases she was arrested on a 1st degree Felony Poss with intent to deliver. From before she was sentenced to the 2 years TDCJ. After several months in county jail with hopes of still being able to go home. Ashley signed for a 10 year sentence, and once again was headed back to TDCJ. This time it wasn't so easy and she served a combined almost 5 years. When paroled this time she went home to stay with a close friend and her family. As you can imagine it was an adjustment on both ends. Not gonna say it was easy for either parties and still they made concession on both ends to make it work. Unfortunately after almost 2 years it became obvious that it was no longer a viable option for anyone. With thoughts of having her address changed to family or friends outside her parole region Ashley soon learned that was not an option. And so she is now faced with either finding an address in her region within the next 2 weeks or a technical violation of absconding her designated parole address. At which time a blue warrant will be issued for her arrest and she will be revoked. Also note that in the almost 2 years she has been home she has been in complete compliance with all stipulations of her parole. She was released as maximum security observation on a ankle monitor. Within 3 months she was at a moderate level of supervision and has been on minimal supervision for over 9 months. She has maintained a criminal free life since released. Please find it in your heart to help her. If she had reoffended or through her own actions violated stipulations of her release it would be understandable to be revoked. However, this is a situation where there is no wrongful actions no criminal activity or behavior. Just a lack of available resources for someone in need.
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