RECOMMENDATION TERMINATING SUPERVISED RELEASE PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE
On September 20, 2006, Tanedda Shammon Dupree pled guilty to violating 18 USC 1344 -Bank Fraud. On November 29, 2006, she was sentenced to 27 months custody in the Bureau of Prisons, to be followed by a term of Supervised Release for a period of 5 years, which commenced on June 13, 2008. Special conditions included: 1) Warrantless search; 2) Financial disclosure; 3) Financial restrictions; 4) Drug/alcohol treatment program; 5) Drug/alcohol testing; 6) Abstain from alcohol; 7) Mental health treatment; and 8) Co-payment for treatment/testing. In addition, the offender was ordered to pay a $100 special assessment, and restitution in the amount of $154,226.35.
Ms. Dupree has complied with all conditions and special conditions of Supervised Release, and has not been involved in any further criminal activities. It is the opinion of the probation officer that she has derived maximum benefit from supervision and is not in need of continued supervision. Ms. Dupree is a singe mother, supporting 2 children. She began working for Starbucks while at the Residential Re-Entry Center in Oakland, California. Upon her release to supervision, she transferred to a Starbucks in the Sacramento, California area, where she has worked since. Ms. Dupree has also completed multiple Sacramento Adult and Vocational Education programs. She has certificates of completion for training in Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, Customer Service, Introduction to Computer Technology, and Fundamentals of Medical Office Administration.
Ms. Dupree still owes a large amount of restitution, however, she pays faithfully every month. The outstanding restitution balance is $150,912.35. Ms. Dupree has been instructed to continue making monthly payments to the United States District Clerk's Office should she be terminated from supervision early, with monitoring and enforcement to be done by the United States Attorney's Office, Financial Litigation Unit.
Ms. Dupree's conduct under supervision has been exemplary. She has proven herself to be a responsible and productive member of society.
It is, therefore, respectfully recommended that Supervised Release in this case be terminated early.
Respectfully submitted, /s/ Wendy E. Reyes WENDY E. REYES United States Probation Officer Dated: April 17, 2012 Elk Grove, California WER/cj REVIEWED BY: /s/ Michael A. Sipe MICHAEL A. SIPE Supervising United States Probation Officer
cc: AUSA, Matthew Segal (Pursuant to Rule 32, notice of proposed relief to the supervisee is being provided. If no objection is received from you within 14 days, the probation officer's Recom m endation and Prob 35 - Order Term inating Supervised Release Prior to Expiration Date, will be subm itted to the Court for approval.)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. Tanedda Shammon DUPREE
Docket Number: 2:06CR00037-01
June 13, 2008, the above-named was placed on Supervised Release for a period of 5 years. She has complied with the rules and regulations of supervision. It is accordingly ...