Parole Violation Report

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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS JDI-298 PAROLE VIOLATION REPORT Rev. 7/03 INSTITUTION: | APA Nbr.| NAME (Last, First)| REPORT DATE: | PREPARED BY:| PHONE:| Orlando/Orange| 280857| Machjokowski, Richard | 03/01/2009| Michelle Thomas| (693)-298-8932| TYPE OF REPORT:| RECOMMENDATION:|

X| TECHNICAL|
| FELONY|
| Continue Parole- Other Programming|
VIOLATION DATE:| ACTION WHICH CONSTITUTED VIOLATION ON THIS DATE:| ARREST DATE:| 02/21/2009| 23-Failure to Report| 02/21/2009|
02/21/2009| 19-Possessing Drug Paraphernalia | 02/21/2009| 02/21/2009| 07-Positive Drug Screen| 02/21/2009|
DATE AVAILABLE:| PLACE OF CUSTODY:|
N/A| Orange County Jail|

PAROLE TERM:| 01/04/2009| TO| 02/27/2012| PMX:| 02/27/2009| AMX:| 02/27/2009|

SUPERVISION LEVEL:| Parole Medium Employed| RISK LEVELS:| Drug Abuse Risk High/Report Risk High|

PROOF OF VIOLATION:
Violation 1: Parole Officer Thomas can testify that the parolee did not make his scheduled report on 02/21/2009, nor did he attempt to make any later report the day of 02/21/2009. Violation 2: Parole Officer Thomas can testify that while conducting a home call she found drug paraphernalia on the parolee. Officer Pasztor can also testify to this and has this item in the evidence room of the Orange County Police Department. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS JDI-298 PAROLE VIOLATION REPORT Rev. 7/03

Violation 3: Parole Officer Thomas can testify that the parolee was given a drug screen and it came back positive. The lab results are attached and show that the parolee was tested for marijuana and the test came back with a positive result for marijuana. In all counts the parolee voluntarily admits to all allegations. SUMMARY OF PAROLE:

Orientation: Mr. Machjokowski was convicted...
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