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Woman accused of providing alcohol to child arrested again

BY REBECCA MORIN | MARCH 05, 2013 5:00 AM

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Natasha Kriener, 27, is accused of interfering with a Department of Correctional Services officer Monday.

Kriener was convicted after her toddler had a blood alcohol level of .097. She was allegedly intoxicated in another probationer’s residence Monday.

According to police, Kriener repeatedly interrupted an officer while he conducted a violation investigation. Rakeem Eberhart, 24, was also arrested during the incident. Eberhart is on probation and was also allegedly intoxicated. Kriener was sentenced on Jan. 28 to a suspended 10-year prison term after being charged with felony neglect and felony child endangerment. Kriener was put on a three-year probation term that wouldn’t require her to serve any additional prison time beyond time served. If Kriener violated her probation, her prison sentence would become active.

Kriener is in police custody on a $2,500 bond. Eberhart has been released from police custody.


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