Jailed Rochester woman resentenced to nearly 8 years for previous crimes
(ABC 6 News) – A jailed Rochester woman faces multiple increased sentences after passing a fake check to Olmsted County law enforcement.
Chrysten Nicole Doney, 33, allegedly gave Olmsted County a false check for $437.21 at the end of July, to be deposited into her commissary account.
Doney was incarcerated in the Olmsted County Adult Detention Center on charges of 5th-degree controlled substance and mail theft.
However, she was accused of five separate probation violations on Aug. 8.
According to amended sentencing orders passed down Wednesday, Doney will serve time for the six convictions, although she had previously received probation for each.
Doney received a resentencing of 95 months or nearly eight years, with credit for 160 days served, for a 1st-degree drug sale conviction.
She also received sentences of 12 months for 5th-degree drug possession, 13 months for check forgery, and 13 months and 1 year respectively for financial transaction card fraud convictions.
The sentences are to be served concurrently, so the remaining four sentences will be served while Doney is incarcerated for the 1st-degree drug sales charge.