Kanabec County Chief Deputy Bos Pleads Guilty
Kanabec County’s Chief Deputy Joel Bos has plead guilty to driving while intoxicated. Bos, who was arrested by Isanti County deputies near Braham on Dec. 11 for driving while intoxicated, appeared in Kanabec County District court on Jan. 6 and was sentenced after entering his guilty plea. Bos’ jail time was stayed, meaning he doesn’t have to report to jail.
Bos faced three misdemeanor charges that were filed in connection to the incident including DWI and having an open bottle in a vehicle. Bos was reportedly found sleeping at the wheel in a car that was still in gear.
On Jan. 6, Bos pled guilty to count one, 4th degree DWI. Counts two and three were dismissed.
Bos was sentenced to 45 days in jail, which were stayed meaning he does not have to report to jail.
Bos was also fined $485 which must be paid in full within 60 days. He has also been placed on probation for two years with conditions.
The arrest happened in Kanabec County by an Isanti County Deputy. The Kanabec County Attorney’s Office requested the Pine County Attorney’s Office to act as the conflict prosecutor on this file.