Darrow Parizek sentenced for felony domestic violence, interference with 911 call
Darrow John Parizek, 56, was sentenced on Friday to three years in prison, with a requirement that he first serve two years, and two years of supervised probation, for assaulting a woman on Nov. 2, 2019. He received a three year sentence, all suspended, and two years of supervised probation for interfering when she made an emergency phone call. He was given credit for 324 days served.
North Central District Court Judge Doug Mattson also ordered Parizek to complete a course for domestic violence offenders, to have no contact with the victim, and to pay $525 in court costs and restitution yet to be determined. A Class C felony domestic violence causing serious bodily injury for an incident on Oct. 1, 2019, was dismissed under the terms of a plea deal.
According to a probable cause affidavit filed with the court, Parizek physically assaulted the woman while she was trying to call 911.