ROCHESTER, Minn. – A man accused of pointing a rifle at a woman and her teenage son has reached a plea deal with prosecutors.
Jason Scott Finstad, 37 of Rochester, entered a guilty plea Monday morning to one count of stalking. He was arrested in August 2018 after Rochester police say an argument led to Finstad pointing a rifle at a woman, which led to her teenage son getting a loaded shotgun.
Officers say they found Finstad highly intoxicated and burning items in the yard around 1 am when they arrested him.
His sentencing is scheduled for June 17.
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