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Greenbush Man Sentenced For A Felony DWI

by TRF News

Devin James Guy Johnson, 21, Greenbush, was sentenced for a felony charge of driving while impaired – three priors. He was sentenced to 36 months in prison and stayed for seven years. Johnson was ordered to serve supervised probation for seven years. Johnson was ordered to complete a Comprehensive Assessment and complete the Roseau County DWI Program, and pay associated fees. Johnson was ordered to have no contact with people associated with illegal drugs. He was ordered not to use or possess firearms or ammunition. Johnson was ordered to supply a DNA sample. He was also ordered to pay $240 in fees and fines.

The charge stemmed from a report to police at about 1:12 a.m. Oct. 4. According to the complaint and police report, Johnson was "doing burnouts" and had crashed into a shed at 821 Pleasant Ave. The complaint indicated that police observed Johnson as well as a Chevy Suburban parked in the yard. The passengerside tail light was broken. Johnson admitted, "having a few drinks." A preliminary breath test had a result of 0.124. At the Law Enforcement Center, Johnson complied with a test on the DMT machine. That machine had a result of 0.09. The complaint indicated that Johnson has "previously been convicted or registered implied violations a total of three times." At the time of this incident, he was on probation for a second-degree DWI conviction out of Pennington County.

There was also an arrest warrant related to a felony DWI charge filed on Sept. 16 in Marshall County.


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