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Judge orders Great Danes in Wolfeboro cruelty case to new homes, no jail time for former owner

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The woman at the center of one of the most notorious animal cruelty cases in the state's history will not serve a day in jail but was ordered to undergo mental health counseling and to repay the more than 1.9 million spent to care for the dozens of Great Dane dogs rescued from her Wolfeboro home.
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Man Gets 4 Years For Drunken Crash That Killed Iowa Lawyer

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MINNEAPOLIS - A Twin Cities man was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison for driving drunk last summer and killing an Iowa lawyer in a head-on crash.
Rice County Judge John T. Cajacob sentenced Brandon Dellwo, of Shakopee, to 48 months in prison on a charge of criminal vehicular homicide and 13 months for criminal vehicular operation. He will serve the sentences concurrently.
According to a criminal complaint, Dellwo was twice the legal blood alcohol limit last August when he slammed his SUV head-on into a car on Highway 19 near Northfield.
The driver of the car, 29-year-old Kacy...
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Man to go free after judge sentences him to time served in phony stash house sting case

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Calling it a case of “imperfect entrapment,” a federal judge Thursday sentenced a Naperville man to time served in a 2009 phony drug stash house sting that highlighted the controversial elements of a program that was supposed to target only the most violent offenders. The 9 1/2-year sentence handed...
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