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Conviction made in 2012 stabbing in Alexandria

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crime Alexandria, 56308
Alexandria Minnesota 225 7th Ave E
P.O. Box 549
56308

Mario Dupree Hutchinson, 22, of Alexandria was sentenced and convicted in Douglas County Court almost one year after stabbing a local woman.

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Hutchinson and Yasmine Angelique Chumley, 21, of Alexandria were involved in an incident on June 27, 2012 in which they allegedly stabbed and beat a woman near a residence on 6th Avenue and Jefferson Street in Alexandria, according to court documents. The woman suffered four stab wounds; one which punctured her lung and kidney. Hutchinson had been in a romantic relationship with the victim and has a criminal history of domestic-related violence.

Hutchinson was convicted on May 23, 2013 of one count of felony third degree assault resulting in substantial bodily harm. He was committed to the Commissioner of Corrections for a 15-month prison stay (credited for 332 days served) and ordered to pay restitution to the victim in addition to $125 in court fines.

Hutchinson originally pleaded not guilty to felony second degree assault with a dangerous weapon inflicting substantial bodily harm, felony second degree assault with a dangerous weapon, felony second degree aiding and abetting assault with a dangerous weapon inflicting substantial bodily harm, gross misdemeanor fifth degree assault within three years of a previous conviction and misdemeanor domestic assault, intentionally inflicting/attempting to inflict bodily harm on another.

A guilty plea to the third degree assault charge was entered in April 2013. All other charges were dismissed. Since being released, Hutchinson was convicted on April 22, 2013 of a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge for brawling or fighting earlier that month.

Chumley is scheduled to be sentenced in Douglas County Court on July 23, 2013. She is charged with felony second degree assault with a dangerous weapon inflicting substantial bodily harm, which has a maximum penalty of 10 years imprisonment and a $20,000 fine; felony second degree assault with a dangerous weapon, which has a maximum sentence of seven years imprisonment and a $14,000 fine; felony second degree aiding and abetting assault with a dangerous weapon inflicting substantial bodily harm, which has a maximum penalty of 10 years imprisonment and a $20,000 fine; and misdemeanor fifth degree assault with the intention to inflict bodily harm, which has a maximum sentence of 90 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.

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