Provided an Opportunity to Turn His Life Around as First Offender, Bibb County Man Violates Probation and Sentenced to 30 Years

by | Feb 27, 2023 | Conviction Alert, news

Provided an Opportunity to Turn His Life Around as First Offender, Bibb County Man Violates Probation and Sentenced to 30 Years
Timothy Lee Snow, 43, was given the opportunity to turn his life around after he was convicted in 2022 on charges involving smuggling drugs into the Bibb County jail. He was sentenced to probation as a first offender, which means if he did not violate his probation, his record would be clean.
Snow, however, did violate his probation. On July 28, 2022, while an inmate patient at Atrium Health Navicent, Snow assaulted a Bibb County deputy by hitting him on the head with a sock that contained a heart monitoring device. The deputy required medical attention and stitches for his injuries. Snow was charged with Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer.
Snow pled guilty to the new charges and to violating his first offender probation in Bibb Superior Court on February 20, 2023. He received 30 years, with the first 10 years to be served in prison.
“In this District Attorney’s Office, we are serious about crimes against law enforcement officers who risk their lives every day to keep us safe. We will not tolerate rash acts of violence directed toward them.” DA Howard
The Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office thanks the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office for their help with these cases, and we especially thank the Atrium Health Navient Police for their invaluable support in coming to the aide of this deputy.
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