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By:Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter
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Billings man Daniel Stephen McGarvin has been on probation case number DC16-0148, and the State# I.D. probation 3020906 was on probation for Assaulting a police officer and was sentenced in case # DC-1010- in front of Judge Souza.
Billings Probation Officer Josh Zent had an arrest warrant filled out for Daniel McGarvin. According to the Probation and Parole documents,
Probation Officer Josh Zent stated to Justice Court that Daniel McGarvin was arrested Saturday night as he returned to the pre-release were he was staying.
McGarvin came back to the Pre-release intoxicated. McGarvin kept having issues with an alcohol violation and has already done a SCRAM program in the past and has participated in the MILG, before the program was exhausted.
This was a 90 day-release program with an IOP treatment.
On May 4, 2019, he came back drunk. According to Josh Zent, he did not want nor have the intention to jail Daniel McGarvin, but since McGarvin went to the Alpha House and was belligerent with the staff, they deemed McGarvin was deemed as unsafe to remain in that facility.
Since Daniel Stephen McGarvin has a steady stream of continuous violations of his supervised probation, Probation Officer Josh Zent was requesting the court to place a $10,000 bond on McGarvin and go through the legal procedures to have his probation revoked.
This article was published by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter License# USPA-ID-US/VI-01/29995