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Crow Wing District Court

Sentencings

Posted: January 16, 2014 - 8:48pm

The following recently were sentenced in Crow Wing District Court:

Nicholas R. Dionisopoulos, 33, Aitkin, was sentenced by Judge Erik Askegaard to 42 months in the Minnesota Correctional Facility in St. Cloud, with sentence stayed for seven years for felony driving while intoxicated (DWI).

Joseph A. Crawford, 22, Brainerd, was sentenced by Kristine DeMay to 23 months in the St. Cloud prison, with sentence stayed for 10 years for second-degree burglary.

Jeremiah L. Kramer, 22, Brainerd, was sentenced by DeMay to 33 months in the St. Cloud prison, with 104 days given for credit for time served for second-degree burglary.

Jerry W. Gray, 31, St. Paul, was sentenced by DeMay to 26 months in St. Cloud prison for third-degree burglary.

Stetson L. Taylor, 23, Pine River, was sentenced by DeMay to 10 years of supervised probation for felony fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct. His sentence is a stay of imposition which means if he is successful in his probation, the felony will drop to a misdemeanor.

Harvey D. Starks, 46, Brainerd, was sentenced by Judge Richard Zimmerman to 12 months and one day in St. Cloud prison with 120 days given for credit for time served for violating the conditions of his probation on fifth-degree drug charges.

Rana L. Johnston, 50, Brainerd, was sentenced by DeMay to one year in Crow Wing County Jail, with sentence stayed for six years for gross misdemeanor DWI.

Justin T. Pitheon, 29, Brainerd, was sentenced by DeMay to one year in county jail, with sentence stayed for two years for gross misdemeanor charges of obstructing the legal process.

Rebecca J. King, 23, Brainerd, was sentenced by DeMay to one year in county jail, with sentence stayed for two years for gross misdemeanor of having an uninsured vehicle.

Editor’s note: In court terms, when a person is sentenced and given a time that is “stayed,” it means that if the person violates the terms of their probation, that they may have to serve the original jail/prison sentence that the judge imposed.