Original Prison Sentence Ordered For Carroll Man On Probation For Aug. 2018 Drug Trafficking Conviction

A Carroll man who was convicted of drug trafficking nearly a year ago has been ordered to serve his original sentence for violating his probation on multiple occasions. According to Carroll County District Court records, 35-year Clark Loggins Schrodermier pled guilty to possession with intent to deliver marijuana, a class D felony, in August 2018 and was placed on probation for three years in lieu of a five-year prison sentence. In February, the courts found Schrodermier in violation of his probation for his continued use of illicit substances and failing to complete substance abuse treatment, maintain employment and attend meetings with his parole officer. His probation was modified at that time to include treatment at an inpatient facility and a stay at the Fort Dodge Residential Center. While there, authorities say he continued to ignore the terms of his probation, and it was formally revoked on Sept. 12.  A judge ordered Schrodermier to serve the original five-year sentence with credit for time served and he was remanded into the custody of the Iowa Department of Corrections.