Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Daivia Kasper said the state is interested in the victim's feedback before making a recommendation on sentencing.
Some time after Lykins was released from prison, she was staying with a family friend. Kasper said the man's bank notified him his checking account was overdrawn and later determined Lykins wrote out two stolen checks for
17. Kasper said Lykins admitted to the victim she committed the forgery.
"The checks had been in his chest of drawers," Kasper added.
The victim, who was in the courtroom, declined to comment Tuesday.
In late July, Lykins was sentenced to about five months in prison for violating her probation in two felony cases. She tested positive for multiple drugs during a drug screen a few days earlier at the
A CBCF is a form of prison which focuses on substance abuse treatment and education. Lykins had said she and the female client had a disagreement "across the field," which involved mutual namecalling, but there was no physical confrontation.
"We decided it was stupid and we talked about it," said Lykins, who had resolved the situation with the woman before a CBCF supervisor wrote up Lykins.
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