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Woman convicted of drug and traffic offenses in Toowoomba wants to live in Ipswich after prison

Heavily Tattooed Mom Announces She’s Leaving Her Small Town Because She Keeps Getting Into Trouble With The Police

  • An imprisoned woman wants to move to another city after her prison wake-up call
  • Taylah Maree Callaghan-Watson, 25, pleaded guilty to more than 20 counts
  • The prisoner wants to do her probation outside Toowoomba in Queensland
  • Callaghan-Watson was charged with drug and driving offenses in the city
  • She plans to move 90 km to Ipswich in Brisbane’s west after her release

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An imprisoned woman has said she wants to move elsewhere upon release after being convicted of more than 20 crimes she committed in a small town.

Taylah Maree Callaghan-Watson, 25, pleaded guilty to several drug and traffic offenses committed between March and October this year in Toowoomba, Queensland.

She faced Toowoomba Magistrates Court via video link from Brisbane Women’s Correctional Center after being arrested last month.

Taylah Maree Callaghan-Watson (pictured) stood in front of Toowoomba Magistrates Court via video link from Brisbane Women’s Correctional Center

Callaghan-Watson told the court she wanted to move 90km to Ipswich in west Brisbane - 'I want to stay away from Toowoomba (pictured),' Callaghan-Watson said

Callaghan-Watson told the court she wanted to move 90km to Ipswich in west Brisbane - 'I want to stay away from Toowoomba (pictured),' Callaghan-Watson said

Callaghan-Watson told the court she wanted to move 90km to Ipswich in west Brisbane – ‘I want to stay away from Toowoomba (pictured),’ Callaghan-Watson said

The prisoner (pictured), who spent 33 days in jail before a court appearance, saw her jail term as a “wake-up call,” the court heard.

Callaghan-Watson told the court she wanted to move 90km to Ipswich in western Brisbane when she leaves prison.

“I want to stay away from Toowoomba,” she said.

The prisoner, who spent 33 days in jail before the court hearing, saw her jail term as a “wake-up call,” the court heard.

Her offenses included driving while disqualified, driving while her license was suspended, unlawful use of a motor vehicle, possession of dangerous drugs and drug utensils, possession of contaminated property, receiving contaminated property, and failure to appear in court , reported The Chronicle.

Defense attorney Claire Graham, of Skuse Graham Lawyers, said the crimes were an “inevitable consequence of when drugs enter your life.”

Magistrate Rob Turra said her offenses were “relatively minor offenses” but added that they were large in number.

Mr Turra slapped the prisoner with 18 months’ probation and banned her from owning or obtaining a driver’s license for two years.

Callaghan-Watson pleaded guilty to all charges and requested that her probation be carried out in Ipswich, where she wanted to live.

Callaghan-Watson pleaded guilty to several drug and traffic offenses committed between March and October this year in Toowoomba, Queensland

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