There was a stunning revelation during a Clatsop County probation violation hearing this week.

Joanne Marissa Rice, a 20-year-old Astoria woman who was once recognized as a student who had recovered from methamphetamine addiction, said she'd had three opportunities to use intravenous drugs while a resident at the Clatsop County Transition Center.

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