A Greenfield woman appearing on a bench warrant Monday in Hillsboro Municipal Court was sentenced to nearly 150 days in jail.
According to court records, Alicia Ralston, 27, has previous convictions for first-degree misdemeanor theft and second-degree misdemeanor possession of drug abuse instruments.
A 90-day jail sentence was suspended on the drug abuse case last year, records show. Ralston’s license was suspended for five years. She was placed on reporting probation and ordered to obtain counseling at FRS.
Two warrants have been issued on that case since her conviction, records add.
In July of this year, Ralston was found guilty of a probation violation. A 90-day jail sentence was imposed, with 32 days of jail-time credit. She could be furloughed a few days later, records showed.
Also at that time, a 90-day jail sentence was suspended on Ralston’s theft case. She was ordered to have no contact with Walmart.
According to records, a warrant was issued on Ralston’s theft case in August after an affidavit was filed by the probation department.
On Friday, sentences were imposed on both of Ralston’s previous cases.
On the theft case, she was found guilty of a probation violation and sentenced to 90 days in jail. The previous probation violation on Ralston’s drug abuse case was also imposed. According to records, 58 days remain on that case.
In all, Ralston was sentenced to 148 days in jail. She can be furloughed to inpatient treatment, records added.
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