My question involves criminal law for the state of: Michigan, My fiance got a operating aid maintaining charge before we met, he was on the run he got caught, the abscond team surrounded my home( that's when I found out about the charge and some of his past) he went infront of the judge apparently he got sentenced the first time to classes and drug court which he absconded from for about 2 years. The judge told him she didnt know if he had changed his life style or was just good at avoiding police but she had a feeling he was bettering himself so she sentenced him to 3-20 in mdoc with 20 days time served with recommendation of bootcamp. He went to quarantine got sent to a prison up north for 3 weeks and then shipped to bootcamp where he completed the 90 day program got out and was put on parole for the remainder of the erd which was the 3 years he was supposed to get off parole on feb 25 2019 well with four months left on his parole on one report date he dropped dirty because someone had given him an adderall and he didnt think about it being an amphetamine he went to jail for one night (got out on a friday) and was suppose to go see his parole officer on Wednesday. well on tuesday he went to see his son and his guardians who came up from Florida and got stuck they couldnt bring him to report or to his house as they stated they would so he didnt have a way to report. his parole officer showed up at his home and of corse he wasnt there she left a note for him to come and see her the next day (a Thursday) he wasnt able to get a ride back home and didnt see the note till saturday he got scared and didnt go report last Wednesday either. so he has been an "absconder" for 13 days He is turning himself in this week. but we are scared and have no idea as to what Repercussions he is looking at. He has been a good parole for 2 years and 1 month with only 4 months left to go. and his parole officer even told him before this that she wished all her parolees were like him and what not. what punishment could he be looking at and what is most likely to happen.