Rochester Man Sent To Prison For 5th DWI Conviction
Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - A Rochester man with a long history of driving while impaired was given jail sentences and probation for his earlier cases but has been sent to prison for his latest conviction.
His latest arrest was a year ago in Rochester when he was found passed out in his car at an intersection.
A bottle of vodka and some cocaine were found in his car - as was his 5-year-old daughter. A breath test showed 38-year-old Wyatt Jackson’s blood-alcohol concentration was .11.
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Jackson pleaded guilty to DWI in January and he was sentenced Thursday to a 5-year prison term. He will also be on probation for 5 years after he gets out.
Court records show Jackson had four prior impaired driving convictions dating back to 2006. He has also been convicted of open bottle three times. The most recent was a few days before last year’s arrest.