The Woodbury teenager accused of plotting to kill a stranger last August received a 90-day jail sentence and four years probation Monday in Washington County District Court.
Andrew Busskohl, 19, will serve his jail time beginning July 2, according to a sentence issued by Judge Elizabeth Martin.
The Woodbury teenager accused of plotting to kill a stranger last August will not serve any prison time according to a plea agreement reached last Friday.
As a part of the deal Andrew James Busskohl, 19, pleaded guilty to aggravated harassment and third-degree damage to property.
Both charges are gross misdemeanors.
Attempted murder charges filed last September against a Woodbury teen who is accused of plotting to cut out the heart of a nearby resident were dropped Tuesday in a Washington County District courtroom.
What do you get when Agatha Christie meets Monty Python meets Abbott and Costello? A rioutous comedy spoof of crime thrillers, "The Murder Room," written by Jack Sharkey and opening at Lakeshore Players Theatre on Jan. 16.
Within minutes of shooting his 19-year-old former girlfriend in the parking lot of the St. Croix County Government Center, Christopher Ledesma called his wife Danielle and allegedly admitted to the murder.
Zachary Butler-Martinez may have broken up the fight that resulted in the death of 17-year-old Cody Casey, but Rosemount police believe he also helped his younger brother hide the knife he used to stab his Rosemount High School classmate.
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