We're learning more about former Butte-Silver Bow Justice of the Peace Robert "Bob" Lee.

Earlier this week, Lee's probation officer Dan Blando filed documents in Anaconda-Deer Lodge District Court requesting Lee's deferred sentence be revoked.

In the latest documents, Lee's parole officer requests a warrant for his arrest due to "the offenders apparent disregard for the opportunities that have been presented to him, as well as his continuing abuse of the communities in which he resides."

According to the documents, officers were dispatched to Lee's home on September 29, after reports of an attempted suicide.

Inside, officers found Lee in a bedroom on the floor, with a single gun shot wound to the chest.

Police reported finding a .22 caliber rifle in the home.

The documents prepared by Blando outline Lee's legal history:

The three year deferred sentence he received in May for "doctor shopping" for Methadone, an alleged DUI in Jefferson County on June 21, and a July 19 incident where the probation officer alleges Lee attempted to get Lortab, a prescription pain killer from a Butte pharmacy.

We checked with St. James Healthcare Friday. They told us Lee is not currently on the patient list.