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Recent criminal sentencings from Nobles and Pipestone counties

All three individuals entered guilty pleas prior to sentencing.

Mugshots for Jenny Zimmerman (right) and Jady Alfonso (left)
Jenny Zimmerman and Jady Alfonso

WORTHINGTON — Three individuals were recently sentenced in criminal cases previously covered by The Globe.

  • Jenny Zimmerman , 39, Osakis, was convicted in Nobles County Fifth District Court of second-degree drug sale and granted a stay of execution after pleading guilty. As part of her sentence, Zimmerman was placed on four years of supervised probation and given a $2,000 fine. Four other drug-related charges were dismissed. 
  • Worthington resident, Jady Alfonso , 29, was convicted in Nobles County Fifth District Court for illegally possessing ammunition and a firearm. Alfonso was sentenced to 60 months imprisonment in a Minnesota correctional facility after entering a guilty plea. Several other charges were dismissed.
  • Jorge Medina , 23, of Edgerton, was convicted in Pipestone County Fifth District Court for terroristic threats.  He was granted a stay of imposition and upon serving five years of probation, this offense will be relegated to a misdemeanor. Medina will also pay a $500 fine as part of his sentence. 
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