Criminal sentencings: Week of August 2, 2021

Two defendants were sentenced in Nobles County District Court.

In the courts

REGIONAL — Two individuals were sentenced this week in criminal cases previously reported by The Globe.

  • Albert Castillo , 41, of Mandan, North Dakota, was sentenced to 23 months in prison with a stay of execution in favor of five years of supervised probation for a conviction of felony criminal vehicular operation causing great bodily harm. He will also pay $40,876.47 in restitution to the victim. Four other criminal charges were dismissed per the plea agreement.


  • Bill Mulbah , 33, of Worthington, was sentenced to one year and one day in prison with a stay of execution in favor of five years of supervised probation, along with a $700 fine, for a conviction of felony third-degree assault. Three other criminal charges and two other cases were dismissed as part of the plea agreement.

Bill Mulbah

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