United States District Court, D. Nevada
of Original Sentence: September 12, 2002
Supervision Commenced: November 30, 2011
of Revocation: July 20, 2016
Supervision Commenced: March 29, 2017
REQUEST FOR MODIFICATION TO CONDITIONS OF SUPERVISION
WITH CONSENT OF OFFENDER PROBATION FORM 49 (WAIVER OF
HEARING) IS ATTACHED AUGUST 15, 2017
RICHARD F. BOULWARE, II UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
modify the conditions of supervision as follows:
No Contact - You must not
communicate, or otherwise interact, with Nicole Grey, either
directly or through someone else, without first obtaining the
permission of the probation office.
of case history, on September 12, 2002, Your Honor sentenced
Keith Mosley to 188 months prison, followed by five
years' supervised release for committing the offense of
Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance.
Supervision commenced in the District of Nevada on November
20, 2016, Mr. Mosley appeared before Your Honor for
violations of supervised release. The offender failed to
submit monthly reports as directed, was less than truthful on
two separate occasions, failed to maintain employment and
failed to report change in residence or employment.
Subsequently, Mr. Mosley was revoked and Your Honor sentenced
him to serve nine months prison, followed by two years'
supervised release. Supervision commenced for the
offender's second term of supervised release on March 29,
19, 2017, the undersigned was contacted by an officer with
the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) advising
they received a call for service for a compliant of
Battery-Domestic Violence. Upon arrival officers contacted a
Nicole Grey who reported that she and Mr. Mosley were
returning back from California when the offender hit and
struck her about the face and then tried to choke her. Ms.
Grey and the offender are in a dating relationship and
residing together. Ms. Grey went on to report the offender
then dropped her off and left. The responding officer stated
that there appeared to be visible marks and scratches about
the face and neck area of Ms. Grey.
19, 2017, the undersigned contacted the offender
telephonically. Mr. Mosley was questioned about his current
whereabouts. The offender stated he had to leave his
residence due to an argument he had with Ms. Grey. The
undersigned instructed the offender not to have any contact
with Ms. Grey. Mr. Mosley contended that he did not touch Ms.
Grey and she was being less than truthful with the police.
20, 2017, Ms. Grey contacted the undersigned and advised the
offender was no longer permitted to reside with her. She
reported that when she and Mr. Mosley were returning back
from California he choked and punched her. Ms. Grey admitted
that they have had prior incidents regarding domestic
violence; however, she was reluctant to come forward. The
undersigned requested Ms. Grey report to the probation office
on June 22, 2017, to provide a written statement regarding
the incident that occurred on June 19, 2017. Ms. Grey never