NU man sentenced for assault

NEW ULM — A 24-year-old New Ulm man earlier convicted of fifth-degree assault, was sentenced to 24 months in prison, stayed for five years probation in Brown County District Court June 22.

Alexander M. Wyman, 1315 N. Broadway, was sentenced to 247 days in jail, credited with 247 days served, fined $160 and ordered to complete a chemical use assessment, diagnostic evaluation, and anger management, follow all recommendations, and pay all fees. He was ordered to not use or possess any mood-altering chemicals including alcohol, except prescribed medication, have no contact with victims, no threats of violence, not use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives and not register to vote or vote until his civil rights are fully restored.

A misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge was dismissed.

According to the complaint, the Brown County Sheriff’s Office received information May 26 about a May 23 jail assault involving Wyman and a victim.

Wyman sent two text messages on May 23 regarding a threat and assault.

He was earlier convicted of fourth-degree assault for demonstrable bodily harm to a peace officer Feb. 6, 2018 in Carver County Court; and fifth-degree assault Feb. 8, 2018 in Carver County Court. Both are qualified, domestic violence-related offenses.


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