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In re Dawson

United States District Court, D. Nevada

September 15, 2017

Brandon Scott Dawson

          DATE OF ORIGINAL SENTENCE: DECEMBER 21, 2016

          REQUEST FOR MODIFICATION TO CONDITIONS OF SUPERVISION WITH CONSENT OF OFFENDER PROBATION FORM 49 (WAIVER OF HEARING) IS ATTACHED SEPTEMBER 13, 2017

          HONORABLE PEGGY A. LEEN, U.S. MAGISTRATE JUDGE

         PETITIONING THE COURT

         ☒ To modify the conditions of supervision as follows:

1. Home Confinement with Location Monitoring - You will be monitored by the form of location monitoring technology indicated below for a period up to 6 months, and you must follow the rules and regulations of the location monitoring program.
☒ Location monitoring technology at the discretion of the probation officer.
This form of location monitoring technology will be used to monitor the following restriction on your movement in the community (choose one):
☒ You are restricted to your residence every day from to __, or as directed by the probation officer (Curfew).

         CAUSE

Special Condition: Victim-Witness Prohibition - You shall not have contact directly or indirectly, with any victim or witness in this instant offense, unless under the supervision of the probation officer.

         On April 14, 2017, Mr. Dawson admitted having frequent contact with Michelle King, the victim in his instant offense. This officer spoke with Ms. King and she admitted visiting Mr. Dawson while he served his custodial sentence. He was directed not to have contact with Ms. King.

         On September 3, 2017, this officer received an email from Ms. King advising she had been hesitant on contacting this officer due to possible repercussions from Mr. Dawson. She expressed being concerned with her safety and other women whom the offender may have a relationship with. She reported she did not want to “feel guilty” if Mr. Dawson was incarcerated due to them having contact. She inquired what would happen if she presented this officer proof of being abused by Mr. Dawson since his release from custody. She emailed this officer again advising “I would like to reiterate that my previous email is not insinuating that we've been in contact but I am just curious what would happen if we were. Again, sorry to bug you about this. Please keep this between us”. This officer has repeatedly attempted to speak with Ms. King but she has not responded to this officer's attempts to reach her.

         On September 4, 2017, this officer was contacted by Tom Haney, Ms. King's roommate. He reported Mr. Dawson's vehicle had been parked at his residence that Mr. Dawson had attempted to enter his home through a window. He reported since approximately August 4, 2017, Mr. Dawson had been frequenting his residence. He reported recently Mr. Dawson shoved Ms. Kings' head against a wall.

         On September 4, 2017, this officer contacted Mr. Dawson and directed that he not have contact with Ms. King. Initially he denied having contact with Ms. King, however later acknowledged having contact with her. He was directed to ...


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