A person who was concerned in a standoff with police in December was sentenced in one other case on Monday to 60 days in jail for failure to seem when on bail for a misdemeanor.
Korie L. Ashley of Grand Island appeared for his preliminary listening to in Corridor County Courtroom on Monday however agreed to a plea deal after being knowledgeable of the association by Deputy Corridor County Lawyer Megan Alexander.
The sentence, handed down by Decide Arthur Wetzel, will run on the similar time with a 30-day sentence Ashley is already serving.
Failure to seem when on bail for a misdemeanor is a Class 2 misdemeanor. Earlier than Monday’s plea settlement, Ashley was charged with failure to seem when on bail for a felony, which is a Class four felony.
Ashley, 33, and Grand Island police engaged in a 3-hour standoff on Dec. 7 when police tried to arrest him on two warrants. The standoff occurred within the LongLeaf house complicated at 3033 W. Capital Ave.
Because of that incident, Ashley was charged with obstructing a peace officer. He started serving a 30-day sentence for the offense on Dec. 7. He was additionally fined $50.