EAU CLAIRE COUNTY -- The Court has ordered a prison term for Shana Corbine of Webster, WI on her conviction of 7th Offense Operate With Restricted Controlled Substance.
DrydenWire.com reported in June 2019 that Corbine had been arrested for Operating While Intoxicated after a Wisconsin State Trooper stopped her vehicle shortly after 3:30a for traveling without headlamps on STH 93 in Eau Claire, WI.
While attempting field sobriety tests, Corbine fell down and so she was transported for medical evaluation.
Online circuit court records show that Corbine was charged with Class F Felony 7th Operating With Restricted Controlled Substance, Misdemeanor Failure to Install Ignition Interlock Device, and Misdemeanor Operate While Revoked.
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At a recent hearing, the Court accepted Corbine’s plea of Guilty to her charge of Class F Felony 7th Operating With Restricted Controlled Substance. Her remaining charges were dismissed but read in.
The Court ordered a 6 year sentence for Corbine; 3 years of initial confinement followed by 3 years of extended supervision. Conditions of Corbine’s extended supervision will require her to complete any programming or treatment recommended. Corbine also will be required to maintain absolute sobriety and she will be prohibited from entering any bars, taverns or liquor stores. The Court also ordered Corbine to have no contact with any known drug users or dealers unless in a therapeutic setting, and she is prohibited from possessing any drug paraphernalia.