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Jail for woman who failed drug treatment order | The Examiner

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A woman’s decision to make off owing $12.70 on a taxi fare precipitated a series of events that resulted in her being sentenced in the Launceston Magistrates Court to 24 weeks in jail. Sherridan Keisha Weavell, 20, of Ravenswood, was sentenced to a drug treatment order in November 2019 for dishonesty offences with a six-month custodial component to apply if she did not fulfil the terms of the order. IN OTHER NEWS: Police prosecutor Hamish Woodgate told the court that Weavell used a false name when she caught a taxi to an address in Lambert Street, Ravenswood in January 2020. After paying $10 she told the driver to drive further down the street and promised to get the remaining $12.70 from inside a nearby house….



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