Probation revoked after assault

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By Landmark News Service

 INDEPENDENCE — An Ennice, N.C., woman was sentenced to serve five years in prison after her probation was revoked in Grayson County Circuit Court.

Elizabeth Renea Pack, 33, was convicted Nov. 10, 2006 of possession of a schedule II controlled substance and uttering a forged check on Sept. 21, 2007. 

She was sentenced to serve consecutive terms of two years and six months in prison on each of the two charges. The prison sentences were suspended and she was put on probation for five years.

Prosecutors said Pack violated her probation after she pleaded guilty in Carroll County to unlawful wounding for using a box cutter to slash a woman's face and felony shoplifting from Walmart.

Pack appeared in Grayson County Circuit Court on Oct. 1 before Judge Brett Geisler.

Geisler sentenced her to serve five years in prison for violating terms of her probation, less credit for time served while waiting for trial. She must also pay court costs of $648. 

Pack will serve approximately 18 months on the Carroll charges consecutively with her five years on the revoked Grayson probation.