A 34-year-old man, Alexander Christopher Hummel Jr., has pleaded guilty to his involvement in a standoff in Eagan. Hummel will serve 144 days in Dakota County Jail and will also receive an 18-month prison sentence, which will be stayed during his five-year probation. Originally charged with burglary, obstructing the legal process, and violating a harassment restraining order, Hummel was sentenced for burglary and violating the HRO charge. The obstructing the legal process count was dismissed. The standoff occurred after Hummel violated a protection order and barricaded himself inside a home on Diamond Drive. KSTP.com 5 Eyewitness News reported
In Eagan on August 28, a 34-year-old individual named Alexander Christopher Hummel Jr. has pleaded guilty to his involvement in a standoff. As per court documents, Hummel will serve a sentence of 144 days in Dakota County Jail, having already received credit for 221 days served. Additionally, he has been given a stayed 18-month prison sentence for the duration of his five-year probation. Originally facing charges of first-degree burglary, obstructing the legal process, and violating a harassment restraining order (HRO), Hummel has been sentenced for the burglary and HRO violations, with the obstructing the legal process charge being dismissed. The incident occurred in the 1400 block of Diamond Drive, where Eagan officers responded to a report of Hummel violating a protection order and barricading himself inside a residence. Following a nine-hour standoff, Hummel was eventually apprehended by the police..