The former president of the Humane Society of Dickson County’s board of directors has been charged with violating her probation after failing to make her first restitution payment. 46-year-old Melissa Lee Standley of Hortense Road is free on $2,500 bond after turning herself in at the Dickson County Jail after a warrant was issued earlier this month. In February, Standley pleaded guilty to stealing $60,000 from the humane society between Jan. 1, 2009, and April 4, 2012, when she resigned from the board. She was placed on probation for eight years and ordered to make scheduled restitution payments beginning June 1 through Dec. 1, 2015. “You pay this restitution before you eat,” Judge Robert Burch told Standley when he accepted the plea bargain agreement in February. The warrant charges Standley failed to make her first scheduled payment of $5,000 by June 1 and in fact made a payment of $400 on June 7. Burch warned Standley in February that failure to comply with the terms of her probation would mean he would send her to prison to serve the balance of her eight-year sentence. A hearing on the probation violation charge is scheduled for July 8 in Dickson County Circuit Court.