Cara Beckerle, mother of Aleah Beckerle, was arrested on a warrant for petition to revoke probation.

As we reported back in December of 2017, Beckerle was arrested at Tropicana casino and charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Public court records show that Beckerle took a plea deal and was entered into DAPS — the Drug Abuse Probation Service.

In Beckerle’s case, if she had completed the one year long DAPS program, the deal would’ve made her meth charge become a misdemeanor. If not, she would be convicted of a level 6 felony.

According to court records, Beckerle admitted to using Kratom, a controversial herbal supplement which is banned in Indiana.

Beckerle was booked into the Vanderburgh County jail on a charge of petition to revoke probation.

She was originally supposed to be back in court in December of 2018 to confirm the completion of the DAPS program.

A new court date, if there will be one, has yet to be entered into her online case file.

Click here for the story of Beckerle’s arrest last year.

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(This story was originally published on May 1, 2018)