A Norwalk woman accused of violating the terms of her probation is being held without bond until her next court hearing.
Mollie R. Warner, 21, of 87 Corwin St., stipulated Monday in Huron County Common Pleas there was probable cause she violated the terms of her community control sanctions. Her next hearing is June 9.
Warner "was on the intervention in lieu program," Kasper said. That means if Warner didn't violate the terms of her probation and successfully completed substance abuse counseling, she wouldn't have a conviction on her record."She has tested positive for marijuana, opiates, oxycodone and buprenorphine," Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Daivia Kasper said.
In May 2013, Warner was ordered to pay up to $220 in restitution during her three years of intensive probation. Judge Jim Conway granted her intervention, but also ruled her probation officer had the discretion of when to impose a 14-day jail sentence.
Warner is charged with identity theft in connection with a Nov. 29, 2012 incident involving a relative. She faces one year in prison for her suspected probation violations.