Criminal sentencings: Week of July 26, 2021

Three defendants were sentenced in Nobles County District Court.

In the courts

WORTHINGTON — Three individuals were sentenced this week in criminal cases previously reported by The Globe.

  • Simon Gebrehiwot , 22, of Worthington, will serve 60 months in prison, concurrent with other prison terms, for a conviction of possession of a firearm by a person convicted of a crime of violence. Eight other charges and one other criminal case were dismissed.
  • Tianna Kresley-Bickett , 23, of Pierre, South Dakota, was sentenced to 27 months in prison with a stay of execution in favor of three years of supervised probation, plus a $1,000 fine, for a conviction of third-degree controlled substance crime. Two other charges were dismissed.
  • Patrice Tate, 30, of Windom, will serve 21 months in prison, concurrently, for two cases: one conviction of third-degree assault , and one of violating a Domestic Abuse No Contact Order . Five other charges and one other criminal case were dismissed.

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