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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

 


DEB FRISCH ARRESTED, JAILED
FOR PROBATION VIOLATIONS!!!
GERBIL NATION CELEBRATES WITH
SONG, POETRY, CHAMPAGNE (HIC!)


Eugene (Sept 21)--After 50 months of stalking, harassing, threatening,
and assaulting innocent people, Deborah Ellen Frisch was arrested and
jailed today.

Frisch was arrested for repeatedly her probation, imposed after her
2009 criminal conviction for assaulting an acquaintance.

Teh Deb's arrest follows a month of escalated batfrisch CRAYZEE on
Debbie's part.

DEVELOPING HILARIOUSLY


Comments:
WOW! Best marriage gift EVAH!!!!1!!!1!!!!5!

Thanks, Daily Squeak! You're the bestest.
 
So awesome. Maybe she'll get a start on her decision science tome while she's there, and congrats, BrendaK.
 
Let's grade Debbie on her compliance with her probation, being generous (because we're givers):

Violate No Laws?.....................FAIL
Inf[orm] C[ou]rt/Change of Address?..PASS
Employment?..........................FAIL
No Contact Victim?...................FAIL
No Alcohol?..........................FAIL
No Entry Bar/Tav/OLCC?...............FAIL
No weapons?..........................PASS(?)
No Animals?..........................FAIL
Comply with Treatment?...............PASS(?)
Fingerprint/Photo Orde[rd]?..........PASS

So she clearly failed six of the ten requirements of her probation, at least. Her neighbors claim she has a gun, but that's hearsay, so we'll give her a PASS.

Also, we don't know if she fully complied with her mental health exam (records are sealed, and rightly so), nor if she completed her alcohol treatment (that her parents paid for, to the tune of ~$8000). No proof, so a provisional PASS on complying with treatment.

She couldn't afford to move, so she gets a PASS on that; They took her fingerprints and photo while she was in custody, so she couldn't avoid that requirement, and gets a PASS.

We grade her, generously, at 40% compliance. Given what we don't know, it might be as low as 20% compliance.

Or, in terms that disgraced incompetent former adjunct facility might understand, a very solid "F-"!

Incidentally, in Oregon, failing at *any one* of the probation terms/requirements is sufficient to revoke probation.

In this case, Deb was convicted of a Class A Misdemeanor, which, according to Oregon sentencing law, has jail time up to five (5) years, and fines up to $6250.

Having failed her probation, she now faces being sentenced to those penalties.

It's doubtful she'll get more than a year, being a low-grade criminal, and this being only her second offense.

And her parents will, no doubt, pay the fine.

Still, it's a start...

Buck up, Deb. Think of your time in jail as "extra credit" to bring you up to a passing grade!
 
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