Marion Loope, 28, of Los Alamos is back in the Los Alamos Detention Center after her short stay at St. Vincent’s Hospital following a suicide attempt.
She has been incarcerated since her arrest in November on a District Court warrant for failure to comply with conditions of the court stemming from an October arrest.
The judge denied Loope’s request for release at a District Court hearing Thursday.
She was placed in ICU when first entering the hospital.
“I’m glad she was taken care of and is ok,” Capt. Randy Foster said.
Loope has had several incidents involving the police and court system going back to 2009.
On Sept. 22, 2009, Loope pleaded guilty in District Court to battery on a household member. She met the conditions ordered by Judge Sheri Raphaelson in that case and her sentence was deferred.
Along with other incidents mentioned in the most recent story published in the Los Alamos Daily Post yesterday, court records also show that on April 5, Magistrate Court Judge Pat Casados signed a default judgment regarding a civil complaint filed by Wakefield & Associates Inc. in the amount of $4,818.09 for debt and money owed by Loope.
Loope remains in custody at the Los Alamos Detention Center pending a hearing.