Prison term given in cocaine case
From staff reports
Selling crack cocaine has landed a Rochester man in prison for nearly four years.
Olmsted District Judge Joseph Wieners has ordered Damien Lavell Hodges, 25, 873 21st Ave. S.W., No. 303, to serve 45 months in prison. Hodges was sentenced Sept. 2, 2004, on two counts of third-degree controlled-substance crime for the sale of crack cocaine in Rochester last year. He was ordered to serve 33 months on the first count and 45 months in prison on the second count, to run concurrently. He also is to pay a $50 fine.
Hodges receives credit for 60 days served in jail.