CLEAR LAKE – A woman who pled guilty earlier this year to felony forgery is accused for a second time of violating her probation and could face prison time.
Lindsey Jean Lowman, age 27, was booked into the Cerro Gordo County Jail Tuesday morning. She had been wanted for over three weeks on an arrest warrant connected to her second violation of probation she was given in a felony forgery guilty plea. Lowman is being held on $5,000 cash-only bond as she awaits a December 12 court date.
Lowman was found guilty in June of violating her probation and placed on three more years of probation to go with the three years she was given originally in the guilty plea. She owes the entire $2,126.96 in fines and court costs she was ordered to pay in this case, having not made a single payment, records show.
Lowman could face up to 5 years in prison if the judge finds her guilty.