Heishman, 28, had been arrested previously on DUI charges and was currently on probation for one year as a direct result of those charges. After a current violation of her probation agreement, however, a new warrant was issued for Heishman’s arrest. Heishman was in arrears to the Marion County courts resulting from unpaid monthly fees that were meant to cover the cost of her alcohol screen as well as her supervision and rehabilitation.
She is currently being held in the Marion County jail with no bond and, as of now, no court date.
Heishman has spent additional time behind bars over the course of the past few years. She’d been held for charges including dealing in stolen property, giving a false report to law enforcement, grand theft, and driving under the influence.
Florida DUI Laws
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