Austin parking lot shooter sentenced to 3 years’ probation

(ABC 6 News) – The Austin man charged in a July 1 shooting in the parking lot of The Bakery Lounge and Cuatro Copas entered a petition was sentenced to three year’s probation Thursday, Feb. 23.

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Hector Serrano Maldonado, 30, pleaded guilty to new charges of intentional discharge of a firearm that endangers safety, disorderly conduct, and carrying a pistol under the influence of alcohol, in exchange for the dismissal of 2nd-degree attempted murder, and 1st- and 2nd-degree assault charges.

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Maldonado was sentenced to 90 days in the Mower County jail, but the confinement will be “stayed,” or not served unless he fails to complete his probation, per Minnesota Court Records Online.

He received credit for three days already spent in jail.

Maldonado’s plea agreement stated that he would pay an undetermined amount of money in restitution.

That amount was not specified Thursday.

He received a $50 fine for each guilty plea.