Standard Condition # 3: You must not knowingly leave
the federal judicial district where you are
authorized to reside without first getting permission
from the court of the probation officer.
Supporting Evidence: The offender is considered to be
in violation of his period of supervised release by
knowingly leaving the Eastern District of Washington
without obtaining prior approval on or about October
On August 12, 2019, the offender signed his Judgement
in a Criminal Case noting he understood he was not to
leave the Eastern District of Washington without
first obtaining permission
As noted within the Petition dated October 9, 2019,
under Violation Number 1, it was discovered the
offender had left his residence on October 7, 2019,
and his whereabouts were unknown. A bench warrant was
issued by the Court due to the alleged violations
within the Petition.
On October 30, 2019, an Incident Report from the
Stockton Police Department in California was received
stating information had been obtained indicating the
offender was in the Stockton area. The report stated
that on October 28, 2019, officers were able to
locate the offender near a homeless shelter and they
attempted to contact him. When the offender saw the
officers, he attempted to run from them. He was
apprehended as he attempted to run up an embankment.
The incident report also noted the offender admitted
to leaving “Washington at the end of September
and traveled straight to Stockton.” The
offender was taken into custody on an outstanding
Washington State Department of Corrections warrant.
He was later taken into custody on his federal
warrant on November 27, 2019.
The offender had not received permission to leave the
Eastern District of Washington or to be in