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Matters of record for Aug. 18, 2016

District Court

St. Louis County

Aug. 17

Robert S. Amundson, 36, Richfield, Minn., driving after revocation, fined $200.

Jerry J. Benjamin, 30, Duluth, driving after revocation (offense date 3/11/11), fined $200.

Chenoa M. Black, 34, Duluth, trespassing - building or dwelling, two days in local confinement.

Lindsy M. Carlson, 31, Duluth, driving after revocation (offense date 3/8/10), fined $200.

Joseph P. Davis, 50, Proctor, driving after revocation (offense date 12/10/13) and uninsured vehicle (offense date 12/10/13), fined $200 per each count.

Tyler C. Garner, 21, Duluth, misdemeanor theft by shoplifting, adjudication stayed one year with conditions including two days in local confinement.

Brian M. McCook, 39, Maple Grove, Minn., threats of violence, fined $50 and 365 days in local confinement, 322 days stayed on two years of probation with conditions including Domestic Abuse Batterer’s Intervention Program; obstructing legal process - interfering with peace officer, 60 days in local confinement; disturbance - disorderly conduct, dismissed.

Alec M. Polling, 25, Duluth, driving 87 mph in a 55 mph zone, fined $150.

Robert D.L.D. Robinson, 23, Duluth, felon in possession of a firearm, 60 months in prison; second count of aggravated robbery, fined $50, 78 months in prison and $7,231 restitution; first count of aggravated robbery and assault, dismissed.

Albert A. Ross, 30, no city listed, two counts of criminal damage to property - tampering with a motor vehicle (offense date 6/6/13), disturbance - public nuisance (offense date 6/6/13), petty misdemeanor theft by shoplifting (offense date 6/9/13), misdemeanor theft (offense date 7/18/13) and two counts of criminal damage to property - tampering with a motor vehicle (offense date 7/22/13), dismissed.

Marlin R. Strang, 37, Duluth, domestic assault, fined $50 and 90 days in local confinement; domestic assault by strangulation, dismissed.

The News Tribune publishes Matters of Record as part of its obligation to serve as a keeper of the local historical record. All items are public records submitted by the courthouse in Duluth. Most defendants are also ordered to pay court and/or surcharge fees. Individual requests for items to be withheld will not be granted.