Ice-cream addict imprisoned for a frightening rampage whimpers in court while locked up for OTHER crime fraud – despite begging the judge to be released and promising to go to rehab
- Stephanie Boody, 24, pleads guilty to more than 30 charges from March to July in 2019
- The charges include drug possession, driving a stolen car and the use of drugs
- She cried in court and begged the judge to release her so that she could go to rehab
- Boody was sentenced to six months in prison in 2018 during a high-speed chase in QLD
An ice-cream addict who was previously in jail for a frightening calamity was cut off in court when she was imprisoned for her last six-month crime.
Stephanie Frances Boody, 24, pleaded guilty this week to more than 30 charges that started in March and ended in July and pleaded with the judge who did not free her with the promise of rehab, The Gold Coast Bulletin reported.
The charges include drug possession, driving a stolen car and being under the influence of drugs while they were parked in the passenger seat of a car opposite the courthouse.
Stephanie Frances Boody (photo). 24. Cried in court after having pleaded guilty for a series of more than 30 charges that started in March and ended in July
The police were looking for a stolen car on 9 April, which they had found in a parking lot in the pub.
Officer went to Boody & # 39; s hotel room and found her in possession of marijuana, prescription drugs, and drugs in a bag.
The court heard that Boody told the officers that some of the items in the bag were not hers.
She claimed that they were placed there by other people in the room who wanted to hide their illegal activities.
& # 39; She said she had no excuse for owning the prescribed medication, & # 39; said police officer Sergeant Kasey Lowe.
The indictment included possession of drugs, driving a stolen car and, under the influence of drugs, parked in the passenger seat of a car opposite the courthouse
The court heard that Boody previously worked as a stable hand.
Her lawyer, Jackson, told the court that Boody moved to the Gold Coast when she was 14 after her parents divorced.
Jackson said her abrupt movement and family problems led her to be part of a drug scene.
& # 39; She discovered the apparently glamorous lifestyle of the Gold Coast in a negative way, & # 39; Jackson said.
& # 39; She was introduced to amphetamine in 2016. & # 39;
Boody was sentenced to six months' imprisonment in 2018 for leading the police on a rapid pursuit in Queensland in a stolen car that injured two officers and owned methamphetamine
The judge told Boody that she had to go to jail to get rid of her drug addiction.
She also said that Boody was not a lost cause because she had a supporting family.
Boody was sentenced to 12 months in prison and will be released on 11 September.
She was previously sentenced to six months' imprisonment in 2018 for leading police during a chase in a stolen car where two officers were injured, as well as possession of meth.
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