Rochester Man Who Skipped His Own Sentencing Returned to Jail
Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - A Rochester man who failed to report to court for his sentencing last week is back in jail.
31-year-old Andrew Gustafson was booked into the Olmsted County jail on Monday following his apprehension on an arrest warrant that was issued a week ago after he was a "no-show" for his sentencing hearing on a list of felony charges. Gustafson was brought before an Olmsted County judge this morning and his sentencing hearing was rescheduled for May 2nd.
He entered guilty pleas in February to charges of second-degree aggravated robbery, burglary, criminal vehicular operation, fleeing police, and a drug offense. All of the charges stem from crimes committed by Gustafson during the past two years, including his involvement in two police chases.
Court records show that he faces a presumptive sentence of 19 months in prison under state sentencing guidelines. Gustafson is currently being held in the Olmsted County jail without bail.
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