Lakashia Nicole McKnight (Picture: Courtesy Wichita County Prison)
A judge has determined a girl that is 1-year-old live using the previous Wichita County probation officer faced with buying her, court papers reveal.
Lakashia Nicole McKnight, 39, of Wichita Falls asked a judge Friday to change a disorder of her bond that needed her to stay 1,000 foot out of the child woman she adopted from a female whoever probation she supervised.
McKnight is faced with purchase of the son or daughter associated with an event Oct. 9, 2018. The third-degree felony is punishable by as much as a decade in jail.
Judge Jim Hogan, who’s presiding over 78th District Court this thirty days, lifted the illness and decided the kid “may come back to are now living in her house resolution that is pending of case,” based on a page through the judge Monday.
During a bond hearing Friday, Wichita County District Attorney John Gillespie objected to McKnight being permitted to look at infant.
Gillespie told the judge Friday which he feared the previous probation officer might abscond with all the kid in light of every thing McKnight allegedly did to procure her, officials stated.
McKnight is accused of pressuring Brenda Lee Velasquez, 44, whose probation she oversaw, to permit the use of her youngster or get thrown in prison for so-called probation violations, in accordance with court papers.
Velasquez ended up being sentenced to decade of probation after pleading accountable to a felony medication offense March 16, 2015, based on court public records. Continue reading “Judge allows child girl reside aided by the previous probation officer who’s accused of purchasing her”