Woman convicted for interfering with police officer

Published 9:32am Thursday, March 7, 2013 Updated 11:34am Thursday, March 7, 2013

Melody Lynne Nickolauson, 23, of Fergus Falls, was convicted Friday for one count of gross misdemeanor third degree driving while impaired and one count of obstruct legal process-interfere with a peace officer. She was sentenced to a stayed jail sentence of 365 days and a $900 fine.

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