Rochester woman sentenced to jail time, supervised probation, fines, fees on felony drug possession and gross misdemeanor DWI and theft by swindle charges in Mower County District Court

A Rochester woman facing several charges in Mower County District Court, including a felony drug possession charge and gross misdemeanor DWI charges stemming from traffic stops in May, August and September of 2021, plus a gross misdemeanor theft by swindle charge stemming from an incident in the city of Adams in March of this year has been sentenced to jail time, supervised probation, fines and fees.  

40-year-old Nicole Marie Coffee was convicted and sentenced Thursday to a year in jail and two years of supervised probation for a gross misdemeanor charge of 2nd degree DWI, any amount of Schedule I or II drugs in the body after a traffic stop on May 5th, 2021.  Coffee was given credit for 31 days already served, and Judge Kevin Siefken stayed 334 days of the jail time for two years if Coffee complies with the terms of her probation.  Coffee pleaded guilty to the charge on June 28th of this year, and misdemeanor charges for driving after cancellation and possession of over 1.4 grams of marijuana in a motor vehicle were dismissed with Coffee’s guilty plea in the case.  Coffee was also convicted and sentenced Thursday to a year in jail and two years of supervised probation on an additional charge of 2nd degree DWI, any amount of Schedule I or II drugs in the body after a traffic stop for a suspected DWI on August 25th, 2021. Coffee was given credit for 30 days already served, and Judge Siefken stayed 335 days of the jail time for two years if Coffee adheres to the conditions of her probation. Coffee pleaded guilty to the charge on June 28th of this year, and misdemeanor charges for driving after cancellation, and for possession of over 1.4 grams of marijuana in a motor vehicle were dismissed with her guilty plea.

Coffee was also convicted and sentenced Thursday to three years of supervised probation for a felony 5th degree drug possession charge after another traffic stop, this on September 28th, 2021.  Coffee was granted a stay of imposition in the case where the defendant pleads guilty to a felony-level offense.  If he or she successfully completes their probation, the conviction will be deemed a misdemeanor.  Coffee was also convicted and sentenced Thursday to a year in jail and two years of supervised probation for a charge of 2nd degree DWI, under the influence of a controlled substance stemming from the same traffic stop. Coffee was given credit for 29 days already served, and Judge Siefken stayed the remaining 336 days for two years if Coffee complies with the terms of her probation.  Coffee also pleaded guilty to the two charges on June 28th of this year, and a misdemeanor charge for driving after cancellation was dismissed with her guilty pleas.

Coffee was also convicted and sentenced Thursday to a year in jail, two years of supervised probation and $1,325 in fines and fees for a gross misdemeanor charge of theft by swindle, which stemmed from an incident in Adams on March 9th of this year.  Coffee was given credit for 25 days already served, and the one-year jail sentence was stayed for two years if Coffee complies with the terms of her probation.

Coffee also pleaded guilty to the gross misdemeanor theft by swindle charge on June 28th.

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