Man Sentenced For Operating While Intoxicated in Crawford County

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A man has been sentenced for operating while intoxicated in Crawford County, according to the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies say Adam Haskell plead guilty to OWI with an occupant under 16, 2nd offense with a felony habitual offender 2nd establishment.

According to the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office, Haskell was driving while intoxicated and rolled a car with a 9-year-old inside.

They say Haskell had a blood alcohol of .205, and the 9-year-old received three stitches in his leg.

Deputies state that sentencing guidelines were 14-36 months, but the Michigan Department of Correction’s recommendation was 30 months to 90 months.

They say the prosecution argued for a sentence at the top of the guidelines, but defense argued for a sentence in the middle of the guidelines.

Haskell was sentenced on March 21 to prison for 2.5 to 7.5 years, plus costs and fees.