In court papers obtained from Minnehaha County Court, the prosecutor dismissed the domestic abuse – violation of protection order charge against Lind, which was from his May 28, 2018 arrest, on October 9, 2018.
Lind, 27, pled guilty to violation of protection order from a December 5, 2017 arrest. He was sentenced to 210 days in jail with 207 days suspended and a credit for three days. He is also ordered to pay $200 in court fines and costs.
The Minnehaha County State’s Attorney Office exclusively told Radar that Lind is on unsupervised probation. “He must not commit a like offense and violent offense for two years,” the spokesperson said. “We would file a motion to revoke if he commits a crime. The judge would decide sentencing.”
In regards to his Lincoln County case, he was sentenced on August 30, 2018. The charges domestic abuse simple assault attempt to cause bodily injury, domestic abuse simple assault recklessly causing bodily injury, domestic abuse simple assault attempt to put another in fear of bodily harm and domestic abuse simple assault intentionally cause bodily injury from his November 2, 2017 arrest were all dismissed.
However, he was sentenced to 30 days in jail with 30 days suspended sentence for the two counts of failure to appear in court after pleading guilty. He was also ordered to pay $159 in fines and $376 in court appointed attorney fees. Lind must also refrain from committing similar offenses until August 30, 2019.
Lind shares daughter Aubree, 9, with Chelsea Houska. In January 2018, his visitation with Aubree was modified to a visitation center after the arrests. As for his daughter Paislee, 5, with ex Taylor Halbur, he terminated his parental rights in court. Her stepfather adopted her soon after.
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