A judge gave the former president of the Humane Society of Dickson County more time to make the first payment in a restitution schedule that was part of a plea bargain agreement. Dickson County Circuit Court Judge George Sexton scheduled a review for Nov. 20 on a probation violation charge against 46-year-old Melissa Lee Standley during an appearance in Charlotte Monday. A warrant was issued for Standley last month after she failed to make the first scheduled payment of $5,000 in restitution she agreed to repay the humane society. In February, Standley pleaded guilty to stealing $60,000 while she was president of the humane society’s board of directors. She was placed on probation for eight years and agreed to a restitution schedule that includes payments every six months from June 1 to Dec. 1, 2015. The warrant charges she did not make the June 1 payment and has only made a $400 payment on June 7. Appearing in court Monday without an attorney, Standley told Sexton she is trying to find a second full-time job in order to come up with the money to make the restitution payments. Sexton scheduled a Nov. 20 review to check on the payment status. In accepting the plea bargain in February, Judge Robert Burch repeatedly asked Standley if she could meet the agreed payment schedule and told her, “you pay this restitution before you eat.” If found in violation of her probation, Standley could be sent to prison to serve the remainder of her eight-year sentence. She remains free on $2,500 bond. Another $10,000 payment is due by Dec. 1, according to the restitution schedule.