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Two sentenced in Lake County for sixth DUI offenses

Two people were sentenced in Lake County this week on their sixth offense of Driving Under the Influence.  

46-year-old Travis Zingmark of Madison earlier pleaded guilty to the DUI charge and to the state’s information stating that this is his sixth or subsequent offense.  

Circuit Judge Pat Pardy this week sentenced Zingmark to serve six years in the state penitentiary, but suspended the penitentiary sentence based on numerous conditions.  Some of those conditions include that he serve 120 days in the state penitentiary and be on supervised probation for ten years.  Zingmark must also pay more than eight-hundred dollars in a fine and other court costs, along with his court-appointed attorney’s fees.  Judge Pardy also ordered that Zingmark’s driver license be revoked for three years, among several other conditions of his suspended sentence.  

Also this week, 36-year-old Jennifer Kriech of Madison was sentenced on a DUI charge and to the state’s information stating that this is her sixth or subsequent offense.

Judge Pardy sentenced Kriech to serve eight years in the state penitentiary, but suspended the penitentiary sentence based on several conditions.  The Judge ordered Kriech to serve 120 days in the county jail and be on supervised probation for ten years.  She also must pay more than eight-hundred dollars in fine and other court costs, as well as court-appointed attorney’s fees.  Kriech’s driver license is revoked for three years, among several other conditions.  Judge Pardy gave Kriech credit for forty days she’s already served on the charges.  

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