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CONROE POLICE BUST WALMART THIEF OUT ON PAROLE FOR THEFT

Conroe Police arrested Shemetria Lacole Johnson, 38, of Cedar Ridge Ct. in Willis just after 4pm on Monday.. This in connection with a theft at Walmart at 1407 N. Loop 336 in Conroe. She is charged with theft of under $100. However, since she has more than 2-prior theft convictions she has been charged with a State Jail Felony, punishable for up to 2-years. Her bond was set at $50,000. This is not her first visit to the Montgomery County Jail.

9/23/2000-THEFT $50 TO $500

9/17/05-THEFT-$50-$500

11/01/05-THEFT $500-$1500

12/09/06-THEFT LESS THAN $50

8/6/07-THEFT $50-$500

7/17/08-THEFT LESS THAN $1500

10/07/08-THEFT $1500 TO $2000

12/28/12-MOTION TO REVOKE FELONY

7/9/13-THEFT OF PROPERTY LESS THAN $1500 WITH AT LEAST 2 PRIOR CONVICTIONS

10/22/13-ORGANIZED RETAIL THEFT $1500 TO $20,000

7/15/15-DRIVING WHILE LICENSE INVALID

7/15/15-THEFT LESS THAN $1500

4/12/16-ORDER ARREST FELONY

4/29/18-THEFT LESS THAN $2500

SHE IS CURRENTLY ON PAROLE UNTIL 2/7/19

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  1. michelle227

    Maybe, just maybe it’s time for MoCo judges to actually impose meaningful sentences. Her parole came on a two year sentence that followed a probation violation. She has had at least one other arrest in MoCo since the January release.

    She HAD a five-year period of probation. That means the Court COULD have revoked to the full five years. It is time to hold some of these judges accountable come election time because the soft on crime approach clearly is NOT working. When the judges refuse to impose a meaningful sentence, the Board of Pardons and Paroles has no incentive NOT to release to parole and mandatory supervision. This one was a parole, albeit just barely. There was eleven months of credit towards the two year sentence, so there would have been a vote for Discretionary Mandatory Supervision within days…

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