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Crookston Times - Crookston, MN
  • Gonvick woman, Kramer, sentenced for criminal sexual conduct

  • She has the option of serving under electronic home monitoring.
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  •     Nicole Ann Kramer, 28, of Gonvick has been sentenced in Red Lake County District Court to 90 days in jail at the Northwest Regional Corrections Center in Crookston for criminal sexual conduct crimes involving a 14 year old male in 2011.
        According to Red Lake County Sheriff Mitch Bernstein, as part of a plea agreement reached in the case, Kramer will get credit for time she’s already served, or she will have the option of serving her sentence under electronic home monitoring, but would get no credit for time served if Kramer goes that route.
        Kramer pleaded guilty on May 24 to one count of felony first degree criminal sexual conduct and one county of felony third degree criminal sexual conduct. As part of the plea agreement, two counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct were dismissed. Kramer will be placed on five years of supervised probation, and she successfully completes the terms of her probation the count of first degree criminal sexual conduct charge she pleaded guilty to will be dismissed.
        Kramer must report to jail or set up her electronic home monitoring by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 9, according to information provided by the Red Lake County Sheriff’s Office.
        Her sentence also includes $355 in fines and court fees, and Kramer must not have any direct contact with minors under the age of 18, excluding her own children and other minors approved by her probation agent. Kramer must also successfully complete a sex offender evaluation and follow through on all of its recommendations.

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