United States District Court, E.D. Washington
Boak, Tristen J
PETITION FOR ACTION ON CONDITIONS OF PRETRIAL
NOW Erik Carlson, PRETRIAL SERVICES OFFICER presenting an
official report upon the conduct of defendant Tristen J.
Boak, who was placed under pretrial release supervision by
the Honorable U.S. Magistrate Judge John T. Rodgers, sitting
in the Court at Spokane, Washington, on the 13th
day of July 2018, under conditions of release.
April 5, 2019, Ms. Boak appeared before the Honorable John T.
Rodgers, U.S. Magistrate Judge, in Spokane for an initial
appearance regarding alleged violations of pretrial release
supervision. The Court revoked Ms. Boak's pretrial
release and remanded her to custody.
13, 2019, the Honorable Mary K. Dimke, U.S. Magistrate Judge,
ordered Ms. Boak to be released from custody into inpatient
substance abuse treatment based on an unopposed motion for
5, 2019, Ms. Boak appeared before the Honorable Thomas O.
Rice, Chief U.S. District Judge, for a detention review
hearing. Upon completion of inpatient substance abuse
treatment, the Court released Ms. Boak under conditions of
pretrial release supervision.
Condition #2: Defendant shall immediately
advise the court, defense counsel and the U.S. Attorney in
writing before any change in address and telephone number.
Condition #6: Defendant shall report to the
United States Probation Office before or immediately after
release and shall report as often as they direct, at such
times and in such manner as they direct.
Condition #24: Substance Abuse Evaluation:
Defendant shall participate in a substance abuse evaluation
as directed by Pretrial Services.
2(d) (Imposed on May 13, 2019, ECF No. 252):
Following inpatient treatment, Defendant shall participate in
an aftercare program.
Condition #27: Prohibited Substance Testing: If
random urinalysis testing is not done through a treatment
program, random urinalysis testing shall be conducted through
Pretrial Services, and shall not exceed six (6) times per
month. Defendant shall submit to any method of testing
required by the Pretrial Service Office for determining
whether the Defendant is using a prohibited substance. Such
methods may be used with random frequency and include urine
testing, the wearing of a sweat patch, a remote alcohol
testing system, and/or any form of prohibited substance
screening or testing. Defendant shall refrain from
obstructing or attempting to obstruct or tamper, in any
fashion, with the efficiency and accuracy of prohibited
PRESENTING PETITION FOR ACTION OF COURT FOR CAUSE AS FOLLOWS:
#1: Tristen J. Boak is alleged to have failed
to immediately advise the undersigned officer of her change
of address on July 9, 2019.
19, 2018, the conditions of pretrial release supervision were
reviewed with Ms. Boak. She acknowledged an understanding of
her conditions, which included standard condition number 2.
16, 2019, the undersigned officer attempted to call Ms. Boak
at the Whitworth Oxford House, her reported residence. A
female answered the telephone and advised that Ms. Boak moved
out of the residence on July 9, 2019.
undersigned officer spoke with Ms. Boak on July 16, 2019. She
reported being evicted from the Whitworth Oxford House due to
not paying rent. Ms. Boak advised, she moved into her