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September 17, 2013
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Drug court dropout asks for jail, discharge

A hearing is Oct. 14 for an 18-year-old Gardnerville woman who dropped out of drug court and asked to be sentenced to jail with a dishonorable discharge from probation. District Judge Michael Gibbons ordered Haley Marie Wasilchuk held without bail pending sentencing. Gibbons ordered a presentence report before he sentences Wasilchuk for possession of a controlled substance, heroin. Wasilchuk’s attorney, Kris Brown, said her client asked to be placed on probation with jail time as the sole condition, then be dishonorably discharged. She had elected a diversion program through Western Nevada Regional Drug Court, but withdrew. A bench warrant was …

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