United States District Court, D. Montana, Great Falls Division
FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO REVOKE
DEFENDANT'S SUPERVISED RELEASE
Johnston United States Magistrate Judge
United States accused Mr. Stanley of violating his conditions
of supervised release by submitting a urinalysis that tested
positive for methamphetamine and failing to reside at a
Residential Reentry Center. He admitted to the violations.
Mr. Stanley's supervised release should be revoked. He
should be sentenced to five months of custody and
twenty-eight months of supervised release. The Court
recommends that the Bureau of Prisons place Mr. Stanley in
the Federal Correctional Institution in Phoenix, AZ.
2011, Mr. Stanley pleaded guilty to three counts of Assault
Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury and one count of
Involuntary Manslaughter. (Doc. 28.) United States District
Court Judge Sam E. Haddon sentenced Mr. Stanley to 71 months
of custody on each count, to run concurrently, and 36 months
of supervised release on each count, to run concurrently.
(Doc. 34.) Mr. Stanley's term of supervised release began
on April 14, 2016. (Doc. 44.)
18, 2016, the United States Probation Office filed a Report
on Offender under Supervision, notifying the Court that Mr.
Stanley used Klonopin, methamphetamine, and oxycodone and
failed to report for substance abuse testing. (Doc. 42.)
5, 2016, the Court revoked Mr. Stanley's supervised
release because he submitted a urine sample that tested
positive for methamphetamine and opiates, operated a motor
vehicle without authorization, and failed to submit monthly
supervision reports. The Court sentenced Mr. Stanley to three
months in custody, with thirty-three months of supervised
release to follow. Mr. Stanley's current term of
supervised release began on September 15, 2016.
October 31, 2016, the United States Probation Office filed a
petition asking the Court to revoke Mr. Stanley's
supervised release. (Doc. 55.) The Probation Office accused
Mr. Stanley of violating the conditions of his supervised
release by submitting a urinalysis that tested positive for
methamphetamine and failing to reside at a Residential
Reentry Center. Based on the petition, Judge Morris issued a
warrant for Mr. Stanley's arrest. (Doc. 56.)
November 3, 2016, Mr. Stanley appeared before the undersigned
in Great Falls, Montana, for an initial appearance. Federal
Evangelo Arvanetes accompanied him at the initial appearance.
Assistant United States Attorney Jessica Betley represented
the United States.
Stanley said he had read the petition and understood the
allegations. Mr. Stanley waived the preliminary hearing, and
the parties consented to proceed with the revocation hearing
before the undersigned. The hearing commenced.
Stanley admitted that he violated the conditions of his
supervised release as alleged in the petition. The violations
are serious and warrant ...