ROCHESTER, Minn. – There will be no more jail time for the woman accused of causing a brief lockdown at the Boys and Girls Club.
Jasmine Taylor Morris, 25 of Rochester, pleaded guilty to 5th degree drug possession after she was arrested on December 16, 2017. Rochester police say she parked a stolen vehicle in front of the Boys and Girls Club and a search found seven grams of cocaine and one gram of heroin inside.
Morris has been given a stay of adjudication, five years of probation, and 50 hours of community work service. A stay of adjudication means if she fulfills the terms of her probation, this conviction will be wiped from her record.
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