Rochester, MN (KROC-AM Information) – A Rochester man who was sentenced to probation earlier this yr for sending contraband to a jail inmate is now headed again to jail for probation violations.
An Olmsted County Decide has revoked 34-year-old Victor Fortner’s probation and has ordered him to serve what had beforehand been a stayed two-year jail sentence. Fortner entered a responsible plea in late February to a felony cost of Sending Contraband to a State Jail or Hospital.
He was accused of mailing a number of doses of a drug used to deal with opioid dependancy to an inmate on the Stillwater State Jail in December 2018. Investigators had been in a position to hyperlink Fortner to the cargo of contraband by tracing the postage on the bundle to a kiosk on the Rochester Submit Workplace, which had recorded video of Fortner buying the postage.
The legal grievance says, when he was confronted, Fortner admitted to the crime and indicated he was attempting to make some cash and work his manner up inside a corporation. The court docket doc additionally signifies that investigators had been conscious the inmate who acquired the bundle was related to a white supremacy gang in jail.
Fortner, who has a prolonged legal historical past that features 4 felony convictions, had beforehand served time at Stillwater State Jail. Court docket information present he was given a 78-month jail time period for his conviction on aggravated theft prices in 2013.
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