Mandatory Condition #3: You shall
refrain from any unlawful use of controlled
substance. The defendant shall submit to one drug
test within 15 days of release on supervision and
to a maximum of 5 periodic drug tests per month
thereafter for the term of supervision as directed
by the probation officer. The cost to be paid by
both the defendant and the government based upon
the defendant's ability to pay.
Supporting Evidence: On October
29, 2019, Mr. Hulme was in direct violation of
mandatory condition number 3 by self-disclosing he
had used methamphetamine and Fentanyl. He later
reported that it was not Fentanyl, but instead
On June 4, 2018, Mr. Hulme was given a copy of his
judgment and his conditions of supervision were
explained to him. He signed his judgment reflecting
he understood the conditions.
Due to Mr. Hulme missing his urine sample on
October 25, 2019, he was directed to repot to the
United States Probation Office on October 28, 2019.
Mr. Hulme later informed this officer that he was
unable to make it into the office on October 28,
2019, due to car issues. He was then instructed to
report to the U.S. Probation Office on October 29,
On October 29, 2019, he reported to the United
States Probation Office and the duty officer
attempted to collect a urine sample. Mr. Hulme
stated that he was having difficulty supplying a
sample, he would be positive for methamphetamine
and that he also smoked Fentanyl. He signed a drug
use admission form reflecting his use of both
substances on or about October 27, 2019.
On October 30, 2019, Mr. Hulme called the
undersigned officer after having a conversation
with his chemical dependency counselor. He stated
that it was not Fentanyl that he consumed, but
instead was Flexeril, which is a muscle relaxer. It
should be noted that both are prescription
medications and Mr. Hulme is not prescribed either.