Former Prosser Mayor Linda Lusk was released from jail Friday after spending 11 days in custody for violating her probation.
Documents released by the state Department of Corrections show that Lusk admitted to seven probation violations that included twice attending school events outside of Benton, Franklin or Yakima counties and being around boys younger than 16 without a chaperone.
She will have to complete 16 hours of community service work within 30 days, take a polygraph test and re-enter therapy with a counselor in Yakima that she previously has seen.
Lusk, 51, was arrested Nov. 7 after her community corrections officer learned she had gone with her daughter to a swim meet at Central Washington University in Ellensburg.
She has been in the Benton County jail since her arrest and was scheduled to have a hearing on the violations Monday. But, she was released Friday morning after agreeing to a negotiated sanction, said Chad Lewis, a DOC spokesman.
"If she violates the terms of her community supervision again, she will face tougher sanctions, including more confinement time in a county jail," he said.
Lusk admitted she violated her probation when she went to Kittitas County on Oct. 28, attending a school swim meet at CWU and was with people younger than 16 without a chaperone, documents said.
She also violated her probation by being around boys younger than 16 without a chaperone on Oct. 1 and Oct. 31, and by attending a Prosser High School event in Federal Way on Oct. 1, documents said.
The seventh violation was for failing to take a scheduled polygraph test Oct. 12.
Lusk, a convicted child molester, was sentenced July 7 to three months in jail for inappropriately touching a 14-year-old boy in April 2010.
She served her time on work release -- she started May 20 after pleading guilty to third-degree child molestation -- which allowed her to work at her handbag boutique each day, but spend nights in jail.
Lusk has to register as a sex offender for 10 years and follow other conditions. She is classified as a Level 1 sex offender, which means she is considered a low risk to reoffend.