A Columbus man was sentenced to jail on Monday in Stanton County courtroom for drug and alcohol offenses.
Caleb Blomberg, 31, was sentenced to 5 years in jail — three for third-offense driving whereas intoxicated and two years for possession of methamphetamine. He additionally was ordered to pay a $1,000 superb for the alcohol violation and had his driver’s license revoked for 15 years, mentioned Mike Unger, Stanton County sheriff.
Blomberg was arrested final April close to twelfth and Ivy streets in Stanton by the Stanton County Sheriff’s Workplace after he and a co-defendant, Cassie Navrakal of Columbus, have been discovered handed out in a working car. Navrakal beforehand pleaded to a marijuana possession cost.
Blomberg will serve his sentence in a Nebraska Division of Corrections facility.
The next additionally appeared in Stanton County courtroom on Monday:
— Ethan Johnson, 31, of Norfolk, pleaded responsible to third-offense driving whereas intoxicated. Johnson was arrested in August 2020 north of Stanton and will probably be sentenced in August.
— Joshua Deiterman, 32, of Stanton, pleaded responsible to a drug tax stamp violation. Deiterman was arrested final fall after authorities discovered marijuana vegetation rising in his basement. A co-defendant is serving time within the Stanton County Jail because of his arrest throughout that search warrant, Unger mentioned.
Felony arrest warrants additionally have been issued for 31-year-old Joshua Knight of Columbus and 23-year-old Courtney Greening of Council Bluffs after they each failed to look in courtroom on separate drug instances following arrests final yr.