By Eunette Gentry
Annika Martin was back in court on Friday, October 19, 2018, for her “Status Check regarding Diversion and Evaluation”. During that proceeding that Pahrump area defendant – who was arrested back in 2017 and charged with “trespassing” after being filmed and having the video posted on Social Media and featured on “Cops” – appeared in court while “in custody”. Then, the “court read the report and states that [Martin] qualifies for substance abuse treatment. [Martin’s] defense [attorney, Jason Earnest, discussed] a requirement of 90 days of treatment…[then] states that [Martin] is [already] accepted [into a] treatment program and has a bed available now. [The] court states supervision [might] be up to one year and [the] defendant must complete the treatment program satisfactorily to not be sentenced. [Then, Martin was] released [that] day to the Inpatient Treatment Plan. Once treatment [is] complete, [Martin] must admit to Drug Court immediately. [Then, Martin will receive] three years Probation once treatment is complete – with all the special terms and conditions.” Additionally, a total of $878 in restitution was discussed – with Parole and Probation noting that the Nevada Revised Statute states that the “restitution must go to someone” – noting the specific name of Martin’s victim. Finally, the court notes that Martin has “213 days credit for time served”; and, ordered her to “120 days” of Drug Treatment. Martin faces the formal charges of: “Possession of a Controlled Substance; Unlawful use of a Controlled Substance; and, Offer, Attempt [or] Commission [of Unauthorized Acts]”.