April 18th, 2000
Scott Kimball is sentenced to 10 years in Montana State Prison for violating his probation on the 1988 Missoula County conviction of issuing bad checks.
Five years of the sentence are suspended.
A judge writes that Kimball has been given three opportunities for rehabilitation since 1988, failing each time.
“The Defendant is impossible to supervise in a community setting,” District Judge John S. Henson writes.
He goes on to quote Kimball’s probation officer: “You’re irresponsible, untruthful and simply do what you want to do regardless of the rules and conditions imposed by this Court.”