State Rep. Wolgamott enters guilty plea in DWI case

State lawmaker Dan Wolgamott (DFL-St. Cloud) has entered a guilty plea after authorities say he drove while intoxicated on July 7 in Kanabec County.

He was initially charged with a fourth-degree DWI and having an alcohol concentration of .08 within two hours of driving.

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Court documents show that Wolgamott pleaded guilty to the second count in exchange for the first count being dismissed.

In addition, he is expected to receive a stayed 45-day sentence.

Court documents state he completed a chemical health assessment, an eight-hour class and attended a Mothers Against Drunk Driving panel. He must also pay a $400 fine.