Former Thomaston man who shot girlfriend to death ordered back to prison
A former Thomaston man who went to prison for shooting his girlfriend to death is going back for two more years.
A judge revoked the probation Wednesday for 27-year-old Dylan Grubbs.
He pleaded guilty to violating his probation by using drugs and skipping out on substance abuse treatment, among other things.
Grubbs also admitted to operating a vehicle in March after his license had been revoked.
Grubbs served 19 months in prison for killing his girlfriend in 2015.
Chelsea Jones was sitting in a vehicle in a parking lot in Bath while Grubbs was showing a handgun to a potential buyer. The gun went off, hitting Jones.
Grubbs cut a deal with prosecutors and pleaded guilty to domestic violence reckless conduct. The more serious charge of manslaughter was dropped.