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Matters of Record for Sept. 21, 2022

As reported by St. Louis County District Court.

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St. Louis County

July 19

  • Amanda M. Valentine, 35, Duluth, shoplifting, adjudication stayed on one year probation, pay $2 in restitution.

July 22

  • Lynne M. Mathison, 42, Duluth, fugitive, extradition waived.

July 25

  • Natasha L. Swenson, 40, Kelsey, domestic assault, adjudication stayed on one year probation with conditions, 30 days local confinement; obstructing legal process, adjudication stayed on one year probation with conditions, 30 days local confinement.

July 26

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  • Benjamin C. Anderson, 22, Duluth, careless driving, fined $1,000 and 60 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Brant A. Schick, 24, Superior, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $1,000 and 60 days local confinement, time and $900 stayed on one year probation with conditions.

July 27

  • Gregory F. Cleminson, 33, Pillager, Minnesota, assault, fined $1,000 and 90 days local confinement, time and $900 stayed on one year probation.
  • Shaun A. M. Cody, 40, Duluth, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $2,000 and one year local confinement, time and $1,500 stayed on two years probation with conditions.
  • Lydia J. Ezell, 20, Cloquet, domestic assault, continued for dismissal for one year.
  • Keith M. Hanson, 64, Bovey, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $300 and one year local confinement, 335 days stayed on two years probation with conditions.
  • Calvin A. Johnson, 51, Duluth, fish and game violation - take fish without a license, fined $100.
  • Susan B. Kohlbry, 62, Duluth, hands-free law violation, fined $50.
  • Katie A. Kruger, 42, Hibbing, hands-free law violation, fined $50.
  • Heidi E. L'Esperance, 38, Duluth, hands-free law violation, fined $50.
  • Seth J. Martin, 34, Chisholm, two counts driving after suspension, fined $200 per each count; driving 58 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $100.
  • Joseph A. McLaughlin, 57, Virginia, driving after suspension, fined $100 and 30 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • William E. O'Hara, 52, Minneapolis, hands-free law violation, fined $50.
  • Gabriel V. Olson, 37, Marcel, Minnesota, driving after revocation (offense dated: 7/20/17), fined $200.
  • Robert M. Panyan, 57, Gilbert, ATV violation - permit unlawful youth operation, fined $100.
  • Jennifer M. Raivala, 41, Superior, shoplifting, continued for dismissal on one year probation.
  • Sierra R. Salyers, 20, Grasston, Minnesota, possession of a controlled substance, adjudication stayed on one year probation with conditions, $500 fine and one year local confinement with 311 days stayed.
  • Kristie L. Symons, 46, Brimson, ATV violation - permit unlawful youth operation, fined $100.

July 28

  • Daymien S. Allen, 20, Keewatin, burglary, fined $50, four days local confinement and 28 months in prison, prison time stayed on three years probation with conditions; theft, four days local confinement and 15 months in prison, prison time stayed on three years probation with conditions, concurrent.
  • Christopher R. Bakke, 32, Duluth, hands-free law violation, fined $50.
  • William W. Beeman, 58, Minneapolis, move over law violation, fined $50.
  • Jamin G. Cousins, 37, Burnsville, Minnesota, forestry violation - burning prohibited materials, fined $200.
  • David E. Filius, 34, Hoyt Lakes, driving after revocation (offense dated: 11/1/14), fined $600; second count driving after revocation (offense dated: 6/19/11), fined $250; third count driving after revocation (offense dated: 6/22/13), fined $200.
  • Brendan T. Garrison, 23, Hibbing, hands-free law violation, fined $50.
  • Aaron J. Hendrickson, 41, Duluth, fugitive, extradition waived.
  • Abdulahi K. Hussein, 22, St. Paul, Minnesota, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $1,000 and 90 days local confinement, time and $950 stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • David R. Kangas, 66, Chisholm, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $700 and 90 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Davy Kibet, 25, Duluth, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $1,000 and 90 days local confinement, time stayed on two years probation with conditions.
  • Sarah E. Lacher-Oakes, 39, Duluth, hands-free law violation, fined $50.
  • Brandon D. J. Melin, 29, Meadowlands, child passenger restraint system violation, fined $50.
  • Danielle L. Nelson, 28, Duluth, driving while impaired, fined $1,000 and 60 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Braeanne L. Porter, 32, Orr, hands-free law violation, fined $50.
  • Kira L. Robich, 33, Chisholm, escape from custody, imposition stayed on two years probation with conditions, $50 fine and one year local confinement with 354 days stayed; possession of a controlled substance, 33 days local confinement and one year and one day in prison, prison time stayed on three years probation with conditions.
  • Glenn R. Stahl, 48, Solon Springs, driving after revocation, fined $200.
  • Marguereta M. Sten, 43, Chisholm, driving after suspension (offense dated: 12/10/16), fined $200.
  • Scott W. Yuenger, 62, Gheen, marijuana in a motor vehicle, fined $150; possession of drug paraphernalia, fined $50.
  • Lauren M. Zuber, 32, Duluth, disorderly conduct, continued for dismissal on one year probation.

July 29

  • Anthony M. Deluca, 55, Virginia, over legal tandem axle weight violation, fined $100.
  • Kelly J. Ecklind, 59, Duluth, fail to reduce speed for an emergency vehicle, fined $100.
  • Willie L. Greenwade, 60, Duluth, disorderly conduct, continued for dismissal for one year.
  • Stephanie A. Harris, 34, Cloquet, shoplifting, 60 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation.
  • Erik S. Hart, 23, Lake Nebagamon, driving 80 mph in a 55 mph zone, fined $70.
  • Robert W. Hietala, 50, Duluth, driving after suspension, continued for dismissal on one year probation.
  • Kyle D. Mackedanz, 33, Virginia, hands-free law violation, fined $50.
  • Kira L. Robich, 33, International Falls, fugitive, extradition waived.
  • Daniel J. Sandman, 39, Duluth, possess/receive stolen property, 30 days local confinement.
  • Dylan J. Schaper, 34, Babbitt, domestic assault, fined $50 and 63 days local confinement; possession of a controlled substance, $50 fine, 86 days local confinement and 19 months in prison, prison time stayed on three years probation with conditions, concurrent.
  • Evan W. Surface, 21, Aurora, driving after suspension, fined $225.
  • Samantha M. Victor, 33, Cloquet, driving after revocation, fined $200.
  • Carrie J. Weisinger, 43, Ely, driving after revocation, fined $200.
  • Meagan A. Willis, 28, Hermantown, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $2,000 and one year local confinement, 355 days and $1,500 stayed on two years probation with conditions.

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