Probation Violation Sends Rochester DUI Offender to Prison
Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - A Rochester woman with a long history of drunk driving offenses has had her probation revoked and is headed to prison.
An Olmsted County judge today ordered 34-year-old Agol Mayen to serve a six-year prison sentence for a first-degree felony DWI conviction. When she entered a guilty plea to the charge back in May, the judge gave her another opportunity to avoid prison by giving her a stayed sentence and placing her on probation for five years.
One of the conditions of her probation was the successful completion of a chemical dependency treatment program. Court records show an arrest warrant was issued for Mayen in late June after she failed to meet that provision.
The 72-month prison term is connected to a traffic stop in February of this year which resulted in Mayen's arrest after a test put her blood-alcohol concentration at nearly twice the legal limit two hours after she was taken into custody. She was on probation at the time for another drunk driving incident and it led to her seventh DUI-related conviction.
Court records also indicate Mayen had five previous DUI arrests that date back to 2008.
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