Probation hearing set for woman accused of giving alcohol to toddler

BY CASSIDY RILEY | MAY 15, 2013 5:00 AM

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The hearing on the revocation of probation has been reset for a woman accused of giving her toddler alcohol.

On Feb. 15, 2012, Natasha Kriener’s toddler was allegedly found with a blood-alcohol content of .097. She was charged with negligence and child endangerment. She was sentenced on Jan. 28 to a 10-year suspended sentence and a three-year probation.

On March 4, she was allegedly found intoxicated in violation of her probation. She was also charged with the serious misdemeanor of interfering with a Department of Corrections officer’s investigation and was taken into police custody, according to a police complaint.

According to an online Courthouse document, the hearing on the revocation of her probation is now set for July 1 at 3 p.m. The trial for her serious misdemeanor is set for July 2.

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