United States District Court, D. Nevada
NICHOLAS A. TRUTANICH UNITED STATES ATTORNEY DISTRICT OF
NEVADA RACHEL KENT SPECIAL ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEY
UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
PETITION FOR ACTION ON CONDITIONS OF PRETRIAL
Honorable Daniel J. Albregts U.S. Magistrate Judge
hereto and expressly incorporated herein is a Petition for
Action on Conditions of Pretrial Release concerning the
above-named defendant prepared by Emily McKillip,
U.S. Pretrial Services Officer. I have reviewed that Petition
and believe there is sufficient credible evidence which can
be presented to the Court to prove the conduct alleged, and I
concur in the recommended action requested of the Court.
NOW EMILY McKILLIP, U.S. PRETRIAL SERVICES OFFICER,
presenting an official report upon the conduct of defendant
Michael Andrew Watson. The defendant initially appeared on
October 8, 2019, before U.S. Magistrate Judge Daniel J.
Albregts, and was ordered released on a personal recognizance
bond with the following conditions of release:
defendant shall report to U.S. Pretrial Services for
defendant shall satisfy all outstanding warrants within 60
days and provide verification to Pretrial Services or the
defendant shall not obtain a passport or passport card.
defendant shall abide by the following restrictions on
personal association, place of abode, or travel: Travel is
restricted to Clark County, NV.
defendant shall maintain current residence and may not move
prior to obtaining permission from the Court, Pretrial
Services or the supervising officer.
defendant shall maintain or actively seek lawful and
verifiable employment and notify Pretrial Services or the
supervising officer prior to any change.
defendant shall avoid all contact directly or indirectly with
any person who is or may become a victim or potential witness
in the investigation or prosecution.
defendant shall refrain from possessing a firearm,
destructive device, or other dangerous weapons.
defendant shall submit to any testing required by Pretrial
Services or the supervising officer to determine whether the
defendant is using a prohibited substance. Any testing may be
used with random frequency and may include urine testing, the
wearing of a sweat patch, a remote alcohol testing system
and/or any form of prohibited substance screening or testing.
The defendant shall refrain from obstructing or attempting to
obstruct or tamper, in any fashion, with the efficiency and
accuracy of any prohibited substance testing or monitoring
which is/are required as a condition of release.
defendant shall pay all or part of the cost of the testing
program based upon his/her ability to pay as Pretrial