United States District Court, D. New Jersey
REPORT ON OFFENDER UNDER SUPERVISION
HONORABLE STANLEY R. CHESLER SENIOR UNITED STATES DISTRICT
offender has not complied with the following condition(s) of
Nature of Noncompliance
The offender has violated the standard supervision
condition which states 'You must report to the
U.S. Probation Office in the federal judicial
district where you are authorized to reside within 72
hours of your release from imprisonment, unless the
probation officer instructs you to report to a
different U.S. Probation Office or within a different
The offender was released from USP Coleman on
February 4, 2019, and arrived in the District of New
Jersey on February 5, 2019. He failed to report to
the probation office or make any efforts to contact
the probation office within 72 hours of his arrival.
The undersigned officer made several attempts to
locate the offender via relatives and community
sources. The offender eventually made telephonic
contact with the undersigned officer on February 12,
2019, and was- directed to report to the probation
office on February 13, 2019.
The offender has violated the special supervision
condition which states 'You must refrain from the
illegal possession and use of drugs, including
prescription medication not prescribed in your name,
and/or the use of alcohol, and must submit to
urinalysis or other forms of testing to ensure
compliance. It is further ordered that you must
submit to evaluation and treatment, on an outpatient
or inpatient basis, as approved by the U.S. Probation
Office. You must abide by the rules of any program
and must remain in treatment until satisfactorily
discharged by the Court. You must alert all medical
professionals of any prior substance abuse history,
including any prior history of prescription drug
abuse. The U.S. Probation Office will supervise your
compliance with this condition.
Per the directive of the probation officer, the
offender reported to the probation office on February
13, 2019. A urine sample taken during the office
visit tested positive for alcohol and marijuana via a
multi-panel test cup. The offender verbally admitted
and signed a Drug Admission form attesting to
marijuana use upon his arrival in New Jersey on
February 5, 2019.
Probation Officer Action:
the office visit on February 13, 2019, the offender was
verbally admonished for his failing to report within 72 hours
of arrival in the district. He was also reprimanded for
arriving to the appointment an hour late. The undersigned
officer counseled the offender as to the importance of
adhering to schedules and encouraged him to maintain regular
contact with the officer. As a response to the illicit drug
use, the undersigned officer utilized the STARR skills of
Effective Disapproval and Teaching the Cognitive Model. The
offender was also advised that the noncompliance would be
reported to the Court and that any further noncompliance will
lead to sanctions and possible violation proceedings.
juncture, it is respectfully requested that no action be
taken by the Court. If Your Honor approves, the probation
officer will increase urine monitoring for illicit drug use
detection and requests that this document be used as an
official judicial reprimand.
M. Bassolino U.S. Probation Officer.
Formal Court Action to be Taken at This Time and This
Document be Used as a Formal Judicial Reprimand (as
recommended by the Probation Office)
Submit a Request for Modifying the Conditions or Term of
Submit a Request for Warrant or Summons
M. SMALLEY, ESQ. CHIEF U.S. PROBATION OFFICER.
GONZALEZ SUPERVISING ...