Woman Violates Parole Agreement After Fatal Crash
After having been convicted for her role in the death of a former Houston Police Officer, a woman has been arrested for violating her parole.
According to the Galveston County Daily News, Callie Inman, 23, of Dayton was convicted of negligent homicide in the February 2014 death of retired Houston Police officer, Dana Tweedie. Also injured was Tweedie’s wife and fellow police officer, Linda Tweedie.
Court documents that Inman had been driving under the influence of alcohol when she pulled her vehicle out in front of a motorcycle being ridden by the couple. The couple was transported to the University of Texas Medical Branch hospital. Dana Tweedie later died as the result of injuries he sustained in the crash. Linda Tweedie survived the accident but was left in serious condition.
In the summer of 2015, Inman pleaded guilty to the charges of criminally negligent homicide and was given five year’s probation. As part of her probation agreement, Inman was prohibited from committing any other crimes or from using illegal drugs, including marijuana.
In February 2019 Inman was arrested for possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance and possession of dangerous drugs. Prosecutors filed suit in Galveston County Court against Inman along with documents which show that Inman also failed a drug test which she submitted to in January 2019.
Inman is being held on $100,000 bond in the Galveston County Jail. While Inman appeared before a judge on May 28th, she had also been scheduled to appear before a judge on Tuesday, June 4th.
Inman now faces time in prison for having violated the terms of her probation agreement.