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‘Cookie Burglar’ Gets Six Months in Prison

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The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center in San Francisco

by John Vibes, The Mind Unleashed

For many people who are required to go to drug treatment facilities as a part of their probation, getting kicked out of one of these places could result in more prison time. In most cases where a patient ends up getting kicked out of treatment, it is because they failed a drug test, but there are usually a variety of other rules a patient can break to get themselves removed.

Last month, a man in San Francisco was sentenced to six months in prison because he was kicked out of a rehab facility for eating a leftover cookie without permission.

According to his public defender, 42 year-old Gregory Fields has been clean for months and only failed his treatment because the facility kicked him out for eating a cookie without asking for permission while he was working on behalf of the facility, handing out lunch to the homeless. The facility responsible for this situation is known as The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center.

It is unclear why this was such a grave offense, but the facility told Fields that he was being terminated from the program. When he appealed the decision with his caseworker, the administrators of the center told him that his only option for re-enrollment was to entirely restart the program.

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