Drug results may influence sentence term for Tulsa woman

BILL BRAUN - Tulsa World Published: July 11, 2009
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What the court said
When she was put on probation in February, Earles was ordered to attend counseling and therapeutic programs at Family and Children’s Services, submit to random drug testing, and was prohibited from using alcohol or illegal substances.

A probation report dated July 1 states that Earles has been "making good efforts” to visit with the probation department officials regularly "and has been appearing in relatively good shape.”

A May 18 drug test was "negative of all illegal substances,” but another test on June 18 "showed positive for benzodiazepines,” which "may and may not be explained by medication,” that report states.

As a sanction, Earles could be ordered to undergo inpatient drug and alcohol treatment or incarceration, records show.


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