LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A Lufkin woman serving probation for allowing a man to spin doughnuts in her yard with children nearby in 2011 and who was arrested in a meth lab raid in 2012 is back in jail on probation violations.
The Angelina County District Attorney's Office has filed a motion to revoke probation on Robyn Elizabeth Reeves, 29, who is serving five years probation after pleading guilty to state-jail felony child endangerment and second-degree possession of transport chemicals in March 2012.
According to Adult Probation Department Director Rodney Thompson, the DA's office is filing the motion after Reeves' arrest on charges of enticing a child in May. Though Reeves served 30 days in jail for the charge, an arrest while on probation is grounds to have probation revoked.
Huntington Police arrested Reeves and her mother and another man in 2011 after Reeves told a man to spin doughnuts in their yard in order to entertain her children. The man told police that several small children were inside the mobile home when he began spinning the doughnuts, but saw they were only 15 to 20 steps away when he finished, according to the report.
When Huntington Police investigated the incident, they reported she had a strong odor of alcohol on her breath.
Reeves was arrested again in March 2012 after Huntington police received information that meth would be cooked at a residence on the 100 block of West Walnut Street. Police arrived and found components of a shake-and-bake meth lab in the attic of the house and in one of the bedrooms. They then arrested Reeves and another woman and man.
A motion to revoke hearing for Reeves has not yet been set.