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By Sandy Schroth

Holt County district court judge sentences O'Neill man


An O’Neill man was sentenced March 23 by the Honorable Mark Kozisek in the Holt County district court.

Gabrino Rosales-Hernandez, 38, was convicted of three counts Jan. 13, pursuant to a plea agreement with Holt County prosecutor Brent Kelly.

Rosales-Hernandez entered guilty pleas to amended charges, Count I, operating a motor vehicle during time of revocation, subsequent offense, a Class 2 misdemeanor; Count II, failure to yield right of way, an infraction; and attempted false reporting, also a Class 2 misdemeanor (original charge - criminal impersonation, a Class 4 felony); and stipulated to enhancement of Count I.

Kozisek sentenced him to a $250 fine and revoked his operator’s license for two years on Count I; a $25 fine on Count II; and $28 on Count III; in addition to $147 costs of prosecution.

Rosales-Hernandez was represented by Holt County public defender Rod Smith of O’Neill. Vladimere Bazan, certified court interpreter, provided interpretation services.


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