396 arrests and no apparent willingness to change.
Tuesday, the Parole Board had decided "to
see if Miles is eligible for a specialized mental health court that likely would require intense supervision," according to the Sun-Times.
Wednesday, it was discovered that Ms. Miles had taken part in that very program last year — and flunked out.
So, due to several arrests during her probation, Ms. Miles is back to prison awaiting trial on new charges. She was ordered today to take a BCX — the same mental fitness exam that she refused to take earlier this year.
According to the Sun-Times, "[Parole Board Chairman Adam] Monreal and [Cook County ASA Kevin] Sobczyk said they haven’t entirely given up on finding a
suitable solution — besides incarceration — for Miles."