"Where Fillmore County News Comes First"
Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015
Volume ∞ Issue ∞
- 11:11:29, Mar 3rd 2015 - doc - Apparently Harmony Telephone doesn't have billions in cash to spend on internet ... [Read More]
- 7:56:16, Mar 3rd 2015 - Bear - Why does the Journal even print this garbage? I would like to know the drugs t ... [Read More]
- 4:37:50, Mar 3rd 2015 - next - Now let's talk about the idiots who push there snow into the street. Even a 5th ... [Read More]
- 7:24:02, Mar 2nd 2015 - disappointed - I could work from home. But internet is not secure enough ... [Read More]
- 3:43:36, Mar 2nd 2015 - agreed - The cable and internet here is absolutely ridiculous. Harmony residents pay ... [Read More]
- 2:30:46, Mar 2nd 2015 - Be honest - Wood- That is true, but most people won't even spend that. Hopefully, th ... [Read More]
- 10:14:18, Mar 2nd 2015 - Wood - Be Honest, you can ask the Minnesota Information Policy Analysis Division (IPA ... [Read More]
- 6:41:46, Mar 2nd 2015 - gotoutofthere - If the residents would treat the new people with respect maybe they wo ... [Read More]
- 12:48:54, Mar 1st 2015 - Pursuing truth? - By pursuing truth, are you referring to the IRS scandal or the Hold ... [Read More]
- 12:25:29, Mar 1st 2015 - hum - How about something yo do for the youth! These kids have nothing to do in the s ... [Read More]
Do you feel we should give up on observing Punxsutawney Phil to predict the remaining length of winter?
Sat, Dec 11th, 2010
Posted in Court
Posted in Court
Zachary David Zabrowski appeared before Judge Robert Benson in District Court for sentencing on Monday, December 6, 2010. Appearing with Mr. Zabrowski was his attorney, Frederick S. Suhler, Jr.; Prosecuting attorney was Mr. Brett Corson, Fillmore County attorney. Based on the defendant's plea of guilty to count 1, violation of a restraining order, the court found the defendant guilty and dismissed all remaining charges in the complaint pursuant to plea negotiations between the parties. The court ordered the defendant to be committed to the Commissioner of Corrections for a period of 18 months with at least two-thirds of that sentence served in prison and a maximum of one-third of the sentence served on supervised release. Execution of commitment was stayed for five years, and the defendant was placed on supervised probation. The court further ordered the defendant to pay fines and fees amounting to $3,090 along with a $75.00 co-pay to the State of Minnesota Public Defender fund. Mr. Zabrowski must also serve 180 days in the Fillmore County Jail with credit for 111 days previously served.