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Plea agreement revoked after former nanny misses drug, alcohol tests

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POCATELLO — A former live-in nanny has had her plea agreement revoked and a bench warrant issued for her arrest after missing multiple drug and alcohol tests.

Wanda May Mansfield, 34, of Pocatello, reached a plea agreement with the Bannock County Prosecutors Office in May, and was released on her own recognizance.

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Among the stipulations agreed upon, Mansfield was required to submit weekly drug and alcohol tests, court documents read. She has missed or been unable to submit tests five times since April, and has not contacted the court services office since June 12, according to court documents.

Mansfield was arrested in April following an investigation into accusations that she encouraged a 13-year-old girl left in her care to use drugs. She also encouraged the girl to use a bank card belonging to the girl’s father without his permission.

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Mansfield was scheduled to be sentenced, per the plea agreement, Thursday.