An Austin man facing firearm possession, trespassing, drug possession and DWI charges stemming from three different incidents that occurred in February, April and June of 2022 has been sentenced to jail time, supervised probation and community work service in Mower County District Court.  

31-year old Jacob Jarrett Sheldon was convicted and sentenced Thursday to one year in jail and one year of supervised probation for a gross misdemeanor charge of carrying a pistol without a permit stemming from a traffic stop in Austin on February 8th, 2022.  Judge Jeffery Kritzer stayed 346 days of the jail time for one year, and Sheldon was given credit for 19 days already served.  Sheldon must follow 16 different conditions while on probation, and gross misdemeanor charges for being a user of a controlled substance in possession of a firearm and firearm ammunition, a misdemeanor charge for driving after revocation, and petty misdemeanor charges for possessing a small amount of marijuana, and for possession of drug paraphernalia in the case against Sheldon were dismissed with his guilty plea.

Jarrett was also convicted and sentenced Thursday to two years of supervised probation, and 40 hours of community work service for a felony charge of 5th degree drugs, possession of Schedule 1,2,3,4, not small amount of marijuana stemming from an incident that occurred in Austin on April 6th, 2022.  A prison sentence of a year and a day was stayed for two years if Jarrett complies with the 19 different conditions of his probation, and he was also sentenced to 90 days in jail, one year of supervised probation and 40 hours of community work service for a misdemeanor trespassing charge stemming from the same incident.  Judge Jeffery Kritzer stayed 77 days of the jail time if Jarrett complies with the 19 different conditions of his probation, and Jarrett was given credit for 13 days already served.  Jarrett pleaded guilty to both charges on February 27th of this year.

Jarrett was also convicted and sentenced Thursday to 90 days in jail, and one year of supervised probation for a misdemeanor charge of DWI, operating a motor vehicle with the body containing any amount of Schedule I or II drugs stemming from a traffic stop in Austin on June 3rd, 2022.  Judge Jeffery Kritzer stayed 71 days of the jail time for one year if Jarrett adheres to the 17 different conditions of his probation, and he was given credit for 19 days already served.  Jarrett pleaded guilty to the charge on February 27th, and a gross misdemeanor charge for 5th degree drugs, possession of Schedule 1, 2,3,4, not small amount of marijuana, misdemeanor charges for driving after revocation and for possession of over 1.4 grams of marijuana in a motor vehicle, plus a petty misdemeanor charge for possession of drug paraphernalia in the case against Jarrett were dismissed with his guilty plea.

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