Woman sentenced to 2 decades worth of probation for meth sales
Published 8:24 am Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Christina Aline Brooks-Greenback, 25, of Austin was sentenced to 20 years of probation for felony third-degree drugs-sale of a narcotic. She received credit for 25 days served.
Judge Jeffrey Kritzer issued the sentence.
Court documents state that narcotics detectives met with a confidential reliable informant (CRI) on Nov. 5, 2018, about purchasing methamphetamine from Brooks-Greenback. The CRI was and provided with purchase money and an audio transmitter.
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Police monitored the CRI as he met with Brooks-Greenback at a location in Austin. Brooks-Greenback was seen in a vehicle, which the CRI entered. After the meeting, the CRI met with police and surrendered 1.493 grams of methamphetamine, which he said Brooks-Greenback sold him.
A review of Brooks-Greenback’s criminal history shows prior convictions for theft, disorderly conduct, drug possession and drug sales.
In addition to probation, Brooks-Greenback must follow 24 conditions and pay $135 in fines. Failure to follow the conditions could result in 33 months in prison.