Drug Court Graduation

We spoke with a former offender who completed Cerro Gordo County's drug court program

Posted: Dec 11, 2018 6:50 PM
Updated: Dec 11, 2018 6:50 PM

Speech to Text for Drug Court Graduation

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today marked graduation day for a former offender who completed the cerro gordo county's drug court program. "we hope you can put that in a nice place where you can look at it." judge james drew congratulated troy wiebke (weebákey) for a job well done on completing his mandated treatment program. he was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver in july of last year á and was also under the influence of methamphetami ne while trying to outárun police. he was then required to attend prairie ridge for treatment. after getting clean á he is committed to staying sober á and hopes to be a resource for those still in the program.xxx "i'll be there for anybody that's in drug court if they ever want to talk, having a clean house to go to for sobriety, keep them on the right track." 24 people have graduated from the cerro gordo county drug court program since it began in
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