A Norton man was sentenced for a driving under the influence charge in Norton County District Court. JONATHAN DAVIS was CHARGED WITH ONE COUNT EACH OF DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE A FELONY FOR HIS THIRD OR SUBSEQUENT OFFENSE AND TRANSPORTING AN OPEN CONTAINER. THOSE CHARGES ARE IN CONNECTION WITH AN ALLEGED OCTOBER 31ST, 2010 INCIDENT. Davis changed his plea to guilty in an agreement with the county attorney. He was sentenced to 12 months in the county jail, suspended to serving 90 days and then 12 months probation with court services. He must serve 48 hours and then will be eligible for house arrest. Davis was fined 15 hundred dollars, a 400 dollar KBI lab fee, 200 DNA database fee, 195 in court costs, court services probation fee of 120, booking fee of 45, and a drug testing fee of 35. Davis was ordered to have the fees paid within 90 days, except for the 15 hundred dollar fine. He was to have an ignition interlock for two years, according to Norton County Attorney Doug Sebelius.