Following up: Meghan Simon
There has been a development. No, silly readers, she has not made her court-ordered restitution. Not a dime. WC will just set out the certified letter he received earlier this week.
July 25, 2012
[Name and address deleted]
RE: DUTY TO WARN – MEGHAN SIMON
To Whom It May Concern:
Please be advised that Meghan Simon was released from incarceration on July 17, 2012 and is residing in the Fairbanks area. The defendant was convicted of Forgery in the Second Degree on March 25, 2011 and received a two year Suspended Imposition of Sentence. Due to multiple probation violations, the defendant’s Suspended Imposition of Sentence was revoked and she was sentenced to 24 months with 23 months suspended. Ms. Simon will now be on probation supervision until July 16, 2014. I have enclosed a copy of her Judgment which lists the conditions of probation she is required to follow.
Should you have any questions or comments, please contact her supervising probation office, [name deleted].
It might be just a bit too late to warn WC about Meghan Simon, but the thought – even a week after she was released – was nice.
So WC got one of his wishes, anyway: Simon went to jail for a bit. WC isn’t holding his breath for restitution…
One unexpected benefit. If you Google the woman’s name? You get WC’s essay. That should make it slightly harder to pull the stunt on someone else.