William Vincent Pattnosh

William Vincent Pattnosh

A Ketchum man was given a 180-day prison sentence and a subsequent four-year period of probation on June 27 following a felony conviction of driving under the influence.

William Vincent Pattnosh, 66, will spend four years on probation but has an underlying sentence of 10 years in custody, meaning probation violations could add up to six years to his sentence, Fifth District Judge Ned Williamson ruled. He was also ordered to pay a fee of $5,290, including a $3,000 fine and $500 for public-defender reimbursement, according to court records.

Pattnosh reported to the Blaine County jail on July 4 to serve his six-month prison term and will not have driving privileges for a year upon his release, per a one-year driver’s license suspension included in his sentence.