Lampi was accused in a series of incidents in late 2012.

    Cathryn Rae Lampi, 51, of Crookston was sentenced to 12 months and one day confinement on Wednesday in Polk County District Court for three separate incidents. A fourth incident in May 2013 involving assault and terroristic threats was dismissed as part of a plea agreement.

    Lampi has previous criminal record that includes felony domestic assault, theft of a motor vehicle, escaping from custody, and DWI from 2002 to the present.

    In October of 2012, Lampi was charged with DUI, and in November 2012 was charged with domestic assault and violating a "do not contact" order. In December 2012 she was charged with disorderly conduct. In the October incident, she ran her car into another person on Highway 75 and then into the ditch after being intoxicated, according to the complaint. According to the November complaint, Lampi got upset with her boyfriend's son, told him to leave and then hit him twice. His son pushed her off of him and she fell and hit her head. Lampi then called the police saying she was attacked and left the house to be later found in someone's garage, the complaint states. In the December 2012 incident, Lampi threw a lit candle at her boyfriend and got upset that his son brought a female home without her knowledge, stated the complaint.

    Lampi will serve her time in the women's correctional facility in Shakopee, Minn.