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Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - A man who recently assaulted an Olmsted County detention deputy while awaiting sentencing for two earlier assault cases has been given a short prison sentence.

Sentenced Wednesday was 32-year-old Joseph Martin of Dover.

Joseph Martin/Olmsted County ADC
Joseph Martin/Olmsted County ADC
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Martin was sentenced to a total of 28 months for both felony convictions. His actual time will be less than that as he was also given credit for the 8 months he has spent in jail since his arrest.

Olmsted County Court
Olmsted County Court
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He pleaded guilty earlier to two assault cases as part of a plea agreement that led to the dismissal of a 3rd assault case. 

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Olmsted County Court
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All three cases took place in 2021.

In one of the cases, he knocked out two men at a bar in Dover 

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Olmsted County Court
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The other case involved his girlfriend.

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Olmsted County Court
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The third assault took place at the local Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge site

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Olmsted County Court
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Martin’s record also includes a 2019 attack on another inmate at a state prison where he was serving time for physically and sexually assaulting his girlfriend.

 

Carlton County Court
Carlton County Court
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Martin’s case involving the detention deputy is pending.

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