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Former Hamilton Co. corrections officer back in jail after drug charges, violating community control terms

Amanda Cassinelli (PHOTO: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Amanda Cassinelli (PHOTO: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
HAMILTON COUNTY, OH (FOX19) -

Former Hamilton County Corrections Officer Amanda Cassinelli was picked up Friday on a warrant issued in September for violating the terms of Community Control.

She was convicted of possession of drugs in September of 2014 and placed on community control for three years. 

The Sharonville woman was originally arrested after authorities said she attempted to deliver hydrocodone to an inmate at the Hamilton County Justice Center while she was a corrections officer. 

Court records show she missed several drug screenings including June 17 and the 24. In July, she missed the 1st, 8th,15th, 22nd and 26th. Finally, in August court records show she missed the 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th. 

She owes court cost totaling $1,275 and entered a payment plan of $45 a month. She hasn't made a single payment, according to court documents.  

The former corrections officer was booked Friday night around 8:15 p.m. 

She began her career with the sheriff's office in February of 2013. 

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