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USA v. Castro-Marquez
United States District Court, D. Nevada
September 5, 2019
PETITION FOR WARRANT FOR OFFENDER UNDER
issue a warrant.
probation officer believes the offender has violated the
following condition(s) of supervision:
1. Refrain From Unlawful Use of
Controlled Substance - The defendant shall
refrain from any unlawful use of a controlled substance. The
defendant shall submit to one drug test within 15 days of
placement on probation and at least two periodic drug tests
thereafter, as determined by the court, not to exceed 104
tests annually. Revocation is mandatory for refusal to
On September 3, 2019, Castro-Marquez submitted a urine
specimen which tested presumptive positive for
methamphetamine and marijuana. Castro-Marquez admitted he
ingested a pill later identified to him as an illegal
substance on or about August 31, 2019.
Program - You shall participate in the C.A.R.E.
Program for a period of up to seven months as approved and
directed by the probation officer. While participating in the
program, if you test positive for alcohol, or any controlled
substance, and/or any form of synthetic marijuana or
synthetic stimulants, you will be taken into custody for a
minimum period of seven days.
On September 3, 2019, Castro-Marquez provided a urine
specimen that tested presumptive positive for methamphetamine
and marijuana. Castro-Marquez admitted he ingested a pill
later identified to him as an illegal substance on or about
August 31, 2019.
3. Home Confinement with
Location Monitoring - You will be monitored by
the form of location monitoring technology indicated below
for a period of 90 days, and you must follow the rules and
regulations of the location monitoring program.
[X] Location monitoring technology at the discretion of the
This form of location monitoring technology will be used to
monitor the following restriction on your movement in the
community (choose one):
[X] You are restricted to your residence at all times except
for employment; education; religious services; medical,
substance abuse, or mental health treatment; attorney visits;
court appearances; court-ordered obligations; or other
activities as pre-approved by the probation officer
August 27, 2019, Castro-Marquez left his residence without
prior approval at 7:09 AM when his scheduled approved time to
leave his residence was 8:00 AM.
September 1, 2019, Castro-Marquez left his residence without
prior approval, where he went outside his residence noted by
a Beacon Did not Enter alert at 2:00 PM, a Beacon Leave alert
at 2:22 PM, and a Beacon Unauthorized Enter Alert at 2:30 PM.
Castro-Marquez admitted he left the area of his home he was
instructed to remain in during restricted hours.
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