Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - A Rochester woman who was given a stayed prison sentence for her 6th DUI-related conviction last year, and was on probation when she was arrested for drunk driving earlier this year, has been given another opportunity to avoid prison.

32-year-old Agol Mayen pleaded guilty last week to a first-degree felony DWI charge in Olmsted County District Court. She was then given a 72 month stayed prison sentence and was placed on probation for 7 years. That probationary sentence will be served consecutively with the 4 years of probation she was given for a felony drunk driving offense in February 2019. In addition to probation, Mayen was given a six-month prison jail term but was given credit for the 75 days she has already spent in jail since her arrest.

Mayen's guilty plea stemmed from a traffic stop in late February of this year. The criminal complaint indicates her blood-alcohol-concentration was tested at nearly twice the legal limit 2 hours after she was taken into custody.

Court records also show Mayen has 5 other DUI arrests that date back to 2008.

Enter your number to get our free mobile app