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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE

WESTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI

SOUTHERN DIVISION


UNITED STATES,

Plaintiff,

v.

TERRANCE BETHEA,

Defendant.






Case No. 11-3193-CV-S-GAF


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ORDER

In accordance with the report and recommendation of the United States Magistrate Judge,

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that defendant be, and is hereby, conditionally released

under the following conditions:

1. The defendant shall reside at the Carondelet Retirement Manor, 6811 Michigan
Ave. St. Louis, MO 63123. He shall cooperate with staff and abide by the rules
and regulations governing the facility. Any change in residence will be approved
by the Supervising United States Pretrial Services Officer.

2. The defendant shall comply with all outpatient treatment programming, to include
mental health treatment and substance abuse treatment if recommended by his
treating clinicians.

3. The defendant shall continue to take medication as ordered and as may be

adjusted by the treating psychiatrist at the outpatient mental health clinic.

4. The defendant shall participate in the other mental health programs and
supportive-type therapies as deemed necessary by his treating mental health
professionals. This includes voluntary readmission to a psychiatric hospital on an
inpatient basis should it be warranted.

5. The defendant shall refrain from illegal drug and/or alcohol usage and submit to
urinalysis testing as warranted by the treating mental health staff or supervising
United States Pretrial Services Officer. He shall voluntarily participate in
substance abuse treatment if required by his supervising United States Pretrial
Services Officer.






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6. The defendant shall abstain from owning or possessing firearms or any other
weapon. He will be subject to search of room, belongings, and person by his
supervising United States Pretrial Services Officer or by residential care staff.

7. The defendant’s travel shall be restricted to the designated supervised area. All
travel outside of this area will require pre-approval from his supervising United
States Pretrial Services Officer.

8. The defendant shall be supervised by the United States Pretrial Services Office
responsible for the area in which he is residing. This includes his voluntary
consent to release of information between the supervising officer and the treating
mental health staff.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

















DATED: July 10, 2013














s/ Gary A. Fenner

GARY A. FENNER, JUDGE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT





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