Matters of record for July 8, 2014
St. Louis County
Roy E. Lindberg, 47, 321 Sixth St., Proctor, no insurance, fined $200.
Linda R. Barbour, 63, 12112 Town Road, Apt. 6, Northome, second count of driving while impaired, fined $2,000 and 180 days of local confinement, time and $1,000 stayed on two years of probation with conditions including driver improvement clinic, no alcohol or mood-altering chemicals and Victim Impact Panel; first count of driving while impaired, dismissed.
Ernest D. Drift Jr., 53, 608 W. 28th St., Apt. 2, Duluth, disorderly conduct, fined $50 and 44 days of local confinement.
Nicholas M. Dye, 22, 1711 E. Fifth St., Duluth, driving while under the influence of alcohol, fined $1,000 and 90 days of local confinement, time stayed on one year of probation with conditions including Victim Impact Panel; chemical test refusal, dismissed.
Joseph C. Fisher, 19, 21 Foxtail Ave., Duluth, underage consumption, fined $100.
Joseph B. Greene, 26, 743 Upham Road, Duluth, driving after revocation, fined $200.
Denise J. Lewis, 53, 602 E. Fifth St., Duluth, careless driving, fined $100.
Kyle J. Loisel, 27, 1609 Maplewood, Cloquet, disorderly conduct, fined $300 and 30 days of local confinement, time stayed on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense.
Sean M. Ter Bush, 32, Sevierville, Tenn., refusal to submit to vehicle weighing - traffic control device, fined $1,000.
Benny R. Urrutia, 35, 10 E. Fifth St., Duluth, driving after revocation, no fine listed.
Daniel L. Wegleitner, 60, 28 England Ave., Duluth, second count of criminal vehicular operation, fined $2,000 and 365 days of local confinement or Northeast Regional Correction Center (NERCC), time and $1,000 stayed on two years of probation with conditions including no alcohol or mood-altering chemicals, driver improvement clinic, 60 days of electronic monitoring and Victim Impact Panel; first count of criminal vehicular operation, dismissed.
Donald L. Welsand, 20, 110 N. 66th Ave. W., Duluth, uninsured vehicle, fined $200.
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