SLAYTON — A Slayton man will serve probation in relation to a November incident by which he was charged with a number of felony offenses.
Chad Schroeder, 35, was arrested after a juvenile referred to as the police and stated Schroeder had left them on the aspect of the highway in southern Murray County. When legislation enforcement arrived, Schroeder was reportedly discovered extraordinarily intoxicated in a ditch about half a mile away.
Following his arrest, Schroeder was accused of assaulting each police and emergency personnel. He was charged with the next crimes: felony fourth-degree assault of a peace officer, inflicting demonstrable bodily hurt; two counts every of fifth-degree assault, home assault, fourth-degree DWI, open bottle legislation violation, reckless driving and disorderly conduct, all misdemeanors; and gross misdemeanors of two counts of obstructing ambulance personnel and one among obstructing the authorized course of.
Schroeder pleaded responsible to Counts 1, 5 and eight: assault of a peace officer, fourth-degree DWI and obstructing ambulance personnel, respectively. All different prices had been dismissed. He was sentenced Monday.
For assault of police, Schroeder acquired a keep of adjudication, that means that Fifth Judicial District Decide Christina Wietzema didn’t declare him to be responsible of the felony. She ordered him to serve three years of supervised probation and pay $238.21 in restitution.
For every of the opposite two offenses, Schroeder was declared responsible. He’s to serve one yr of supervised probation and pay a $500 effective for every, for a complete of $1,000.
Wietzema additionally ordered Schroeder to jot down a letter of apology to the victims for every offense. The probation phrases will probably be served concurrently.