Grand Meadow woman sentenced to supervised probation, jail time on felony arson, misdemeanor domestic abuse charges in Mower County District Court

A Grand Meadow woman who set fire to a shed and threatened to burn her family home down during an incident in Grand Meadow on November 6th, 2022 has been sentenced to jail time and supervised probation in Mower County District Court.  

55-year old Phyllis Lynn Gregerson was convicted and sentenced Thursday to three years of supervised probation for a felony charge of 1st degree arson, flammable material.  Gregerson was granted a stay of imposition in the case where the defendant pleads guilty to a felony-level offense.  If he or she successfully completes their probation, the conviction will be deemed a misdemeanor.  Gregorson pleaded guilty to the charge on May 1st of this year, and a felony charge of terroristic threats, along with a misdemeanor charge for domestic assault in the case were dismissed with Gregorson’s guilty plea.

Gregorson was also convicted and sentenced Thursday to 90 days in jail and one year of unsupervised probation for a misdemeanor charge of domestic abuse, violate an order for protection stemming from an incident that took place on December 11th, 2022.  Judge Jeffery Kritzer stayed 85 days of the jail sentence for one year if Gregorson complies with the terms of her probation, and she was given credit for five days already served.  

Gregorson also pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor domestic abuse charge on May 1st of this year, and an additional misdemeanor charge of domestic abuse, violate an order for protection, plus two misdemeanor charges for domestic abuse, violate a no-contact order in the case against Gregorson were dismissed with her guilty plea.