Morgan Whitney McSpadden arrested by Kaufman County Sheriff’s Department

Morgan Whitney McSpaddenMorgan Whitney McSpadden was booked into the Kaufman County Jail on October 23, 2014, at 6:59 a.m. She was arrested by the Kaufman County Sheriff’s Department and charged with: unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, bond set at $10,000; possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 1 in an amount of less than 1 gram, bond set at $5000; fail to identify giving false / fictitious information, bond set at $1500; and a capias pro fine, bond set at $376. McSpadden also has two holds for Rockwall County with bonds set at $953 and $476 and a hold for Parker County with bond set at $5005. McSpadden is described as a white female, date of birth October 18, 1985, with brown eyes and brown hair, standing 5’ 4” tall and weighing 140 pounds.

The capias pro fine (warrant for failing to pay fines or costs) stems from a State jail felony forgery of a financial instrument case in which she entered a plea of guilty on December 14, 2005, and was placed on deferred adjudication probation for a period of 5 years, assessed a fine of $1000, and ordered to perform 300 hours of community service and pay restitution in the amount of $414.91. That probation was revoked on July 9, 2008, and she was sentenced to 9 months in a State jail facility and given credit for 259 days already served in jail. Court records indicate she still owes $376 in that case.

Also on December 14, 2005, McSpadden placed on 2 years deferred adjudication probation for the offenses of criminal trespass in a habitation or super fund site and stealing or receiving a stolen check following her plea of guilty in each case. A motion to revoke her probation was filed to the expiration of her probation in each of those cases and, on July 9, 2008, she was also sentenced to 9 months in jail and given 259 days credit for time served. While the criminal trespass case still shows a balance due of $2857.40, court records do not indicate a capias pro fine has been issued in that case.

McSpadden’s felony conviction is in Dallas County where she was sentenced to 2 years in prison and a $1500 fine on November 30, 2007, following her plea of guilty to the offense of theft over $20,000 receiving and concealing.

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