NOT DESIGNATED FOR PUBLICATION
ARKANSAS COURT OF APPEALS
JOSEPHINE LINKER HART, JUDGE
LORETTA L. SANDERS
STATE OF ARKANSAS
December 12, 2007
APPEAL FROM THE SEBASTIAN
COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
[Nos. CR2003693B, CR20031237]
JOSEPHINE LINKER HART, Judge
According to a judgment and disposition order filed in 2004, appellant, Loretta L.
Sanders, pleaded guilty to possession ofmethamphetamine and breaking or entering, and the
circuit court suspended the imposition of her sentence for five years. A revocation petition
filed in 2006 alleged that she had committed the crimes of fleeing, seconddegree battery,
theft by receiving, and criminal mischief, and also had failed to pay as ordered. Following
a revocation hearing, the court sentenced appellant to nine years’ imprisonment for
possession of methamphetamine and six years’ imprisonment for breaking or entering, with
the sentences to run concurrently.
Appellant challenges the court’s revocation based on the allegations of battery, theft
by receiving, and criminal mischief. She further contends that upon dismissal of these
allegations, her case should be remanded for resentencing, because if the circuit court “were
to revisit the issue of revoking [the] suspended sentence considering only the allegations of
fleeing and appellant’s failure to pay all her fines, the [circuit] court would likely reduce or
eliminate her sentence of incarceration,” noting further that she paid part of her fines and
fees. We affirm.
For the circuit court to revoke, the State must prove only one violation of the
conditions of a suspended imposition of sentence. See, e.g., Brock v. State, 70 Ark. App.
107, 14 S.W.3d 908 (2000). As appellant does not challenge the allegations that she violated
the conditions of her suspended imposition of sentence by fleeing and failing to pay as
ordered, we must conclude th