Ponca City man arrested for U.S. MarshalsOctober 7, 2019 | Courts
OKLAHOMA CITY — Hector Lee Shawnee, 35, Ponca City, was arrested by Ponca City police for the U.S. Marshals in the 400 block of S. Elm on Oct. 4.
Shawnee was convicted of a firearms charge in Federal court and on Nov. 9, 2016 he was sentenced to 41 months in Federal prison with three years supervised release. According to court documents, the conditions of his supervised release were modified between March 5 and Sept. 27.
First the conditions were modified to allow him to reside in a halfway house. Then the conditions were modified to require 60 days of remote location monitoring on home detention because of his failure to notify the probation officer of changes to his residence. On Sept. 27 the court modified his conditions of supervised release to include mental health aftercare after he admitted to using marijuana.
Officials allege that on Aug. 15, Shawnee violated the conditions by failing to notify the probation officer 10 days before changing addresses.
Also, Shawnee had been ordered to participate in substance abuse aftercare requiring him to abstain from the use of alcohol and other intoxicants. Officials claim that on Sept. 11, he submitted a diluted urine specimen and on Sept. 16 failed to report and submit a urine sample at Bridgeway. On Sept, 19 he reportedly admitted to using marijuana during the prior week. On Oct. 4 the court revoked the terms of supervision and a warrant was issued.