DECKED OUT: A woman who spent county funds on a dog tuxedo once posted this photo of a bulldog in such finery on her Facebook page.

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.

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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.