Jacey Grom, 24, is required to wear a SCRAM alcohol monitoring ankle bracelet while she awaits her trial in a tragic accident that resulted in the death of a pedestrian. The prosecutor believes that Grom was driving under the influence at a high rate of speed when she struck a man who was walking along an overpass. A Buchanan County Judge set Ms. Grom’s bail at $25,000 requiring her to not consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to drug testing and stay away from places that serve alcohol. She is also required to abide by a curfew and surrender her passport in an effort to eliminate any risk of fleeing. Grom was charged with first degree involuntary manslaughter after authorities believed that she didn’t even brake before hitting Corbin Watts and killing him.
SCRAM CAM Technology in California and Across the Country
The SCRAM CAM bracelet is revolutionary and is the most popular device for transdermal alcohol testing. Offenders can be monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week reinforcing the concept of “sober days.” The technology is proven effective and has been used on nearly half-a-million offenders. It is tamperproof and water-resistant. The device has been used in numerous jurisdictions across the State of California and throughout the Country to monitor high- and low-risk offenders. Diversified Monitoring Systems is proud to offer the SCRAM CAM technology. Contact our offices today to find out more about alcohol and drug monitoring. We are available at 714-245-9910.