Cole Carlson Accepts Plea for Hitting a Pedestrian with his car and Fleeing Police

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Cole Carlson, 24, of Neponset accepted a plea deal on February 2, 2022, that sends him to the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) for 3 years.  Cole Carlson plead guilty to Count 1 of Aggravated Assault with a Motor Vehicle, Count 2 of Aggravated Fleeing Police and Count 4 of Resisting Arrest for case 2022CF344.  The remaining counts were dismissed by the State.  Carson received 3 years in IDOC with day-for-day credit, 6 months Mandatory Supervised Release, credit for time served and fines and assessments.  For count 2, Carlson received 3 years in IDOC with day-for-day credit, 6 months Mandatory Supervised Release, credit for time served and fines and assessments.  For count 4, Carlson received 3 years in IDOC with day-for-day credit, 6 months Mandatory Supervised Release, credit for time served and fines and assessments.  Read more here.

For case 2022CF347, Carlson plead guilty to Count 1 of Aggravated Fleeing in October.  Carlson received 3 years in IDOC with day-for-day credit, 6 months Mandatory Supervised Release, credit for time served and fines and assessment.

For case 2022CF82, Carlson admitted to violating paragraphs K and V of the Conditional Discharge agreement from a Plea on June 9, 2022.  Carlson waived a Presentencing Investigation and Hearing in Mitigation.  Carlson was sentenced to 3 years in IDOC with day-for-day credit, 6 months of Mandatory Supervised Release, credit for time served and fines and assessments.  The original plea for Aggravated Fleeing was 24 months Conditional Discharge, 180 days in Jail with day-for-day credit, credit for time served, Anger Management Evaluation and Treatment and fines and assessments.

All sentences run concurrent to each other.  Carlson must report to Court Services within 30 days after release to set up payment plan for fines and assessments.

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