Indian-American Woman Adjudged Guilty of Conspiracy to Commit Burglary Given Suspended Sentence
As reported earlier, the daughter (name withheld) of a prominent local physician who pled guilty to conspiracy to commit burglary is given a suspended sentence for six months with one day credit for time served. She is placed on probation for an indeterminate period not to exceed twelve (12) months with special conditions.
The suspended sentence with special conditions includes that the defendant maintains employment, no possession of drugs while on probation unless prescribed by a physician, undergoes an impulse control evaluation, and completes any counseling that Parole and Probation deem appropriate.
The other major general probation conditions ordered by the court include:
- Defendant shall report in person to the Division of Parole and Probation.
- Defendant shall not change her place of residence without first obtaining permission from the Division of Parole and Probation.
- Defendant shall not consume any alcoholic beverages in excess.
- Defendant shall not use, purchase, or possess any illegal or prescription drugs unless first prescribed by a licensed medical professional. She should immediately notify the Division of Parole and Probation of any prescription received and submit to drug testing as required by the Division or its agent.
- Defendant shall not possess, have access to, or have under your control any type of weapon.
- Defendant shall not associate with anyone convicted of a felony or on probation or parole supervision.
- Defendant shall not leave the state without first obtaining written permission from the Division of Parole and Probation.
- Defendant shall seek and maintain legal employment. All terminations of employment or program shall be immediately reported to the Division.