Community service issue sends woman to jailMarch 3, 2020
From Local Sources
JASPER — Authorities booked a Crawford County woman into jail Friday evening on a failure-to-appear warrant in an impaired driving case.
Court records indicate Reva N. Enlow, 31, English, did not complete 40 hours of community service that was part of her sentence last August after she pleaded guilty to impaired driving.
Enlow, because of the community service issue, was ordered to serve time at the Dubois County Security Center beginning Dec. 6, and when she failed to appear, a warrant was issued for her arrest.
The Birdseye Town Marshal brought Enlow to the security center where authorities booked her in at 6:54 p.m. Friday on the active warrant.
During a Monday appearance in Dubois Superior Court, it was confirmed she would be in jail a total of five days as previously ordered in a community service commitment order. Enlow was released this morning.
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