HELENA, Montana — A 22-year-old Helena woman who was reported missing in December after her children were found alone in an apartment at the YWCA has pleaded guilty to violating her probation in a drug case by traveling to California.
The Independent Record reports (http://bit.ly/188ajrr ) Angelica Gray admitted to three of six violations charged in a petition by her probation officer during a hearing before District Judge Mike Menahan on Wednesday.
Gray was on probation after receiving a three-year deferred sentence for possessing hallucinogenic mushrooms and marijuana. Sentencing for the probation violations is set for July 3.
Gray also has pleaded not guilty to a criminal endangerment charge because her children were left unattended. Officers searched for her for nearly three weeks before arresting her in California in late December. She has been jailed since then.
Information from: Independent Record, http://www.helenair.com