Jail Time for Two Norfolkans After Violating Bond/Probation Conditions

NORFOLK, NE — A woman who attacked a pregnant healthcare worker will now do jail time.

36-year old Harper Saul was sentenced to one to two years in jail after violating her probation conditions from a 2015 incident.

Saul appeared in Madison County Court where Judge James Kube revoked her probation and sentenced her to jail time.

Saul was arrested in August of 2015 after attacking a health care provider who was pregnant. She was then sentenced to 24 months of SASS probation.

18-year old Riley Hamilton was also in Madison County District Court this morning. Hamilton was suppose to be sentenced to a handful of charges, including possession of meth. However, Hamilton showed up with meth in his system and will be sentenced when he test clean.

Back in January Hamilton was arrested after running over a concrete mailbox. According to Police, when they arrived to the scene, Hamilton was unconscious behind the wheel. Officers said they could also see a revolver sitting on the drivers seat next to Hamilton.

Hamilton was the recipient of a plea agreement in which a charge would be dropped if he pled guilty to possession of meth and driving under the influence.

Hamilton was out on bond but after testing positive was reprimanded to the custody of the Madison County Sheriff’s Department.

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