Woman receives probation for officer assault, drug charge plea

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(ABC 6 News) – A Redford, Michigan woman was sentenced to 5 years’ probation after pleading guilty to 3rd-degree drug possession and 4th-degree assault of a peace officer Friday, Oct. 13.

Taylor Belle Dixon, 22, was given a stay of adjudication, which means her convictions will be dismissed if she completes 5 years of probation without incident.

Dixon, formerly of Rochester, was also sentenced to pay a $1,000 fine and complete 67 hours of community service.


(ABC 6 News) – UPDATE: A Rochester woman pleaded guilty to one charge of 3rd-degree drug possession and 4th-degree assault of a peace officer Thursday, June 22.

Taylor Belle Dixon, 21, entered the pleas in exchange for a stay of adjudication, according to her plea agreement.

Under those terms, Dixon’s convictions would be dismissed if she completed her probation without incident.

Dixon’s plea hearing is scheduled for July 14.


(ABC 6 News) – A Winona woman is in custody after being charged with 4th-degree assault on a police officer.

Taylor Dixon, 20, was arrested Monday morning in the 200 block of 2nd St. SW in Rochester, where she allegedly spit in an officer’s eye during a traffic stop.

Officers also noticed traces of marijuana inside the vehicle. Upon further search, 71 oxycodone pills were discovered inside a purse.

Dixon is also facing a charge of 3rd-degree possession or sale of narcotics.