The Garland County prosecutor has asked that probation be revoked for Kristi Lynn Goss, sentenced to 20 years’ probation in 2017 for using a county credit card while working for the county judge in Hot Springs to charge more than $346,000 in personal expenses, including utility bills, jewelry, Razorback tickets and a dog tuxedo.
News accounts have said Goss bought the tuxedo for a pug. She had posted on her Facebook page for a time the photo above of a tuxedoed bulldog. Handsome fellow, you must admit.
A hearing is set March 16 on the petition to send Goss to prison. According to an account in the Democrat-Gazette, Goss has failed to consistently make the $300 monthly payments required in the probation restitution agreement. According to an affidavit of indigency, Goss is divorced, lives with her stepfather and her only income is $1,200 a month in disability payments. The article said also Goss had been alleged to have traveled outside the state without permission.