Sentenced Okeene man accused of violating parole


The man who was convicted of larceny from a person during an incident at Jiffy Trip has violated his probation, according to court records.

Brent Michael Schroeder, 21 of Okeene, was sentenced to 4 years of probation after pleading guilty for his part in the robbery of the convenience store cashier at gunpoint April 19, 2019, stealing about $90 in cash and fleeing the scene.

Schroeder was ordered to be supervised by the Department of Corrections. Schroeder never reported to a probation officer. The officer to Schroeder was assigned tried several phone numbers to get i contact Schroeder.

A delinquent notice was sent to Schroeder, but no response has been received. Schroeder’s location is unknown at this time.

Schroeder received the probation sentence in September after attending and successfully completing a delayed sentencing program for young adults.

As part of Schroeder’s probation he must: submit to random urinalysis testing at the direction of the probation office; complete 120 hours of community service with a nonprofit organization and provide written proof of completion to his probation officer by September 1, 2021; write a letter of apology to the victim by January 30, 2021, through the Custer County District Attorney’s Office and provide the letter to his probation officer; and maintain full-time employment or be a full-time student and provide written proof to his probation officer.

Along with adhering to those requirements, Schroeder must pay court costs, a $1,000 fine and $200 worth of fees, $90 restitution and $40 per month to the district attorney’s office for 2 years.