A Willard woman who violated the terms of the court's drug intervention program had several convictions imposed Monday.
Ashley Henry, 22, of 50 Crestwood Drive, admitted to several violations, which included a positive urine test for methamphetamine and ecstasy. The drug screen happened Nov. 16 at the Huron County Jail.
Henry also failed to show up for a probation office visit Nov. 8 -- seven days after she was released from jail. She had served a week behind bars for violating the terms of intervention. That's a standard punishment in the program, which doesn't require a hearing.
Since about Nov. 6, the defendant also failed to attend required AA and NA meetings. On Nov. 8, she didn't attend a mandatory substance abuse treatment session.
The Willard Police Department arrested Henry on Nov. 6 on the probation violation warrant.
Due to the various offenses, Huron County Common Pleas Judge Jim Conway imposed three convictions: One count each of theft of a credit card and identity fraud, both for a Jan. 21 incident. She also was convicted of possession of oxycodone for a Jan. 31 offense.
In August, a positive drug test led to Henry being held without bond when Conway said the defendant "appeared to be inebriated." After that hearing, she tested positive for opiates and oxycodone.
The court granted Henry intervention in lieu of conviction in mid-September. That means if she successfully completed the court program, she wouldn't have a conviction on her record.
Probation officer Dexter Chandler, at Monday's hearing, said if Henry didn't receive in-house treatment, "she won't survive."
As a condition of her three years of probation, Henry will spend four to six months in a community-based corrections facility, a form of prison which focuses on substance abuse treatment and education. Conway ordered her to reimburse Willard police $40 to cover the cost of drug testing and fined her $250. Henry, who is subject to random drug screens, also had her driver's license suspended for six months.
If she violates the terms of her probation, she faces one year in prison.