YORK – In March, 2018, Tiffany Jones, 32, whose addresses have been listed as Henderson and York in court documents, was given three years of probation for drug possession.
Now she is accused of violating the terms of that probation.
She was arrested when she and Travis Landanger of York were seen in a vehicle leaving the library parking lot with no lights and expired plates in the early morning hours. A York police officer stopped them and Landanger was arrested for driving on a revoked license.
According to court documents, Landanger resisted arrest and officers had to use a Taser to get him under control.
The arresting officer wrote in his report Jones didn’t immediately exit the vehicle when ordered and he saw her reaching between the seat and the console. When they searched her person, they found a digital scale which tested positive for methamphetamine residue.
In the vehicle, they also found methamphetamine, marijuana and multiple knife blades longer than 3 ½ inches.
She was sentenced for drug possession charge. The weapon charge against her was dismissed.
Now, the alleged probation violations against Jones, listed in court documents, are that she was arrested by the York County Sheriff’s Department for possession of a controlled substance and driving under the influence. It is also alleged she has made no payments toward her court costs, chemical testing fees or probation programming fees. It is also alleged that she has failed to report for testing several times.