That wasn't addressed. She said she didn't know whether she had the phone in bathroom. Not necessarily that she didn't have it.
She met with police at McClean Co courthouse. Gave law enforcement an account of events.
Pros: During the intvw did law enforcement tell you how events would affect her probation?
Tasha: They told me she wouldn't get in trouble for drinking - a violation of her probation.
Def objects to questions as leading.
Judge: They've been leading for a while. (to pros) Please ask more open-ended questions.
Prosecutors are conferring.
Pros says he has only a couple more questions.
Pros: Did Randy remove underwear during sex?
Tasha: I don't believe he took them all the way off.
Defense will now cross examine.
Def asks if she remembers her deposition and swearing to tell the truth.
She indicates that she does.
Asks if she got a teanscript of her testimony
He asks her about the conviction she didn't mention during deposition.
Authorities contacted her probation officer. He contacted her.
She indicates that she just forgot about that conviction during the deposition.
Def is asking her about her probation and her places of residence.
The father of one lived in Lincoln at the time of Albaugh's death.
He was the ex boyfriend she called for a ride.
Def says it wasn't long after she left house that she called her ex.
Def: So you had a phone? And you didn't call 911.
Says the real reason she didn't call 911 was that she was afraid of getting her probation revoked.
Def gives her a copy of the terms of her probation. Points out thatone of the conditions is not drinking or going into bars.
Def: You knew if you called the police, they would find out that you violated your probation. Isn't that true?
She says she saw the police cars going to the house
Says she didn't go back to tell them what happened.
After leaving the bar she took the cab to (Sports Page) she went to Capt. Freddy's. Then went to the house of a man named Adam.
She had left her car keys at Unruh's house.
Def: When you met with law enforcement, you were given assurances that authorities would not revoke your probation for drinking. Were you worried that the authorities would charge you for trespassing when John told you to leave his house?
Tasha: That's not correct.
That hasn't been addressed.
Indications are that she is not.
She was on probation for child neglect, drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia out of Morton County. She later was charged with another drug charge in McLean County.
Def is asking whether she was offered deferred imposition of sentences in exchange for testifying. She denies this.
Her probation in the first case was not revoked and has been dismissed.