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District Attorney Chase L. Studstill announces the revocation of the probation of Max Dorsi Simmons, Jr

District Attorney Chase L. Studstill announces the revocation of the probation of Max Dorsi Simmons, Jr., in the Superior Court of Berrien County. Simmons was on probation for a number of charges including false imprisonment, aggravated battery and the sale of methamphetamine. These and other charges encompassed three separate cases with two of the cases having Simmons on probation until the year 2034.

Simmons’ probation officer filed a petition to revoke his probation for committing additional crimes while on probation.

District Attorney Studstill stated that “Simmons violated his probation by committing the new offense of trafficking in methamphetamine. Even though he is headed to prison now, he will still face prosecution for the new crime.” Studstill went on to state, “At one time, Mr. Simmons was given the opportunity out of prison on probation provided he abide by the terms and conditions of probation. He has proven that he will not do this. My office will not tolerate the poison of crystal meth in our community.”

Chief Superior Court Judge Clayton Tomlinson revoked Simmons’ probation to the Department of Corrections until May of 2034 effectively giving Simmons the maximum sentence on two of his three prior.

Studstill gave credit to the agencies involved in this case stating, “This case could not have been prosecuted without the hard work and professionalism of the Nashville Police Department and the Department of Community Supervision. My office will remain committed to working with these agencies.”

 

 

 


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