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Monticello man sentenced for multiple drunken, disorderly incidents in county
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MONTICELLO - A Monticello man with a history of drunken belligerence was sentenced in late October and early November in numerous cases in Green and Lafayette counties after revoking his probation on some and pleading no contest in others. Randall Scott Zuber, 39, is ordered to serve three years on probation and a year in jail, with conditions that he maintain absolute sobriety and undergo all recommended counseling and treatment. His convictions include a Class H felony charge of threat or battery to a law enforcement officer, felony and misdemeanor bail jumping, Class A misdemeanor counts of theft, criminal damage to property, taking and driving a car without consent and resisting/obstructing an officer and Class B misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct, as well as several non-criminal citations for disorderly conduct and entering a dwelling without consent.

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