Lufkin woman nabbed in December 2011 meth raid back in jail for probation violations

Jamie Fricks (Source: Angelina County Jail)
Jamie Fricks (Source: Angelina County Jail)

LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A 42-year-old Lufkin woman who was arrested in a December 2011 meth lab bust has again violated the terms of her probation

According to Dustin Fore, a supervisor at the Angelina County Adult Probation Office, Jamie Danielle Fricks, failed to report to her probation officer, failed to notify anyone of her residence change, failed to pay toward her fine and other associated fees, and failed to submit to a substance abuse evaluation.

Fricks was booked into the Angelina County Jail Tuesday. She is still being held on second-degree felony charge of motion to adjudicate guilt for possession/transport of a chemical with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance and a third-degree felony charge of possession of a firearm by a felon. No bond has been set for her felony charges.

In addition, Fricks was charged with three misdemeanor charges - theft of property between $50 and $500, criminal trespass, and criminal mischief. Collectively, the bond for her misdemeanor charges has been set at $3,500.

Fore said that after Fricks was arrested in September 2012 on her first motion to adjudicate guilt, she was ordered to report to an Intermediate Sanctions Facility, but fled before she entered the drug rehab.

Angelina County Sheriff's deputies arrested her that time when she went to her house on a civil matter and learned that she had an outstanding warrant.

"Jamie Fricks' officer filed a violation report with the court because she never reported from court after receiving probation in January 2012," Dustin Fore, the supervisor for specialized case services for the Angelina County Adult Probation Department, said. "The officer made numerous field visits attempts and collateral contacts trying to locate her, but was unsuccessful."

In December 2011, ACSO deputies raided a meth lab on Lufkin Avenue that was located about a mile from Lufkin High School after they received an anonymous tip. Law enforcement officers found a red phosphorous lab and a shake-and-bake lab at the residence.

ACSO deputies arrested Fricks, Tommy Glenn Hollingsworth, 48, and Christopher Paul Musick, 32, at the scene. They were all charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. Hollingsworth was also charged with possession of a controlled substance.

Fricks pleaded guilty to possession/transport of a controlled substance with the intent to manufacture on Jan. 4, 2012. She was sentenced to seven years of probation, along with 180 hours of community service.

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