Appearance concerning revoking local woman's parole has been scheduled


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An appearance has been scheduled concerning the revocation of probation from a local woman who was found guilty of allowing her toddler to consume alcohol.

According to a police complaint, on Feb. 15, 2012, Natasha Kriener’s toddler was found with a blood alcohol level of .097.

Kriener was charged with neglect and child endangerment and was sentenced to a suspended 10-year sentence on Jan. 28, 2013, with a three year probation that would not require her to serve anymore time, according to a Courthouse document. 

If Kriener were to break parole, her sentence would become active. On Feb. 8, she was allegedly found intoxicated at the home of another probationer in violation of her parole, according to a Courthouse document.

An appearance is scheduled for March 22 concerning the revocation of Kriener’s parole.

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