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Matters of record for Feb. 19, 2016

District Court St. Louis County Feb. 10 Trevor M. Maciejeski, 42, Duluth, first count of domestic assault, fined $50 and 180 days in local confinement or NERCC, 177 days stayed on three years of probation with conditions including Domestic Abuse ...

District Court

St. Louis County


Feb. 10

Trevor M. Maciejeski, 42, Duluth, first count of domestic assault, fined $50 and 180 days in local confinement or NERCC, 177 days stayed on three years of probation with conditions including Domestic Abuse Batterer’s Intervention Program; second count of domestic assault, dismissed.

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Feb. 11

Bruce H. Faust, 45, Duluth, first count of domestic assault, fined $50 and 90 days in local confinement or NERCC; second count of domestic assault, dismissed.

Feb. 12

Dana L. Demenge, 39, Duluth, driving while impaired, fined $2,000 and one year in local confinement, $1,900 and 361 days stayed on two years of probation with conditions including 30 days of electronic monitoring; chemical test refusal, driving after revocation and uninsured vehicle, dismissed.

Cory M. Dieryck, 21, no city listed, possession of a controlled substance, adjudication stayed on three years of probation with conditions including $1,000 fine ($900 stayed) and 24 days in local confinement.

Tessa C. Weatherspoon, 38, Duluth, terroristic threats, imposition stayed on two years of probation with conditions including $50 fine and three days in local confinement.

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Feb. 18

Gordon R. Atol, 65, Duluth, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $1,000 and 90 days in local confinement or NERCC, time stayed on one year of probation with conditions including if defendant completes Victim Impact Panel within six months, fine will be reduced by $500; driving while impaired and driving while under the influence of alcohol, dismissed.

Michael R. Aubid, 30, Cloquet, first count of driving after suspension, continued for dismissal on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense and $100 prosecution costs; two counts of driving after suspension, continued for dismissal on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense - per each count concurrent; uninsured vehicle, dismissed.

Joshua J. Bednarek, 36, Duluth, trespassing - returning to property within one year, fined $300 and 90 days in local confinement or NERCC, $200 and time stayed on one year of probation with conditions; possess/procure/sell/barter/distribute prescription drugs, dismissed.

Jason L. Burns, 31, Lino Lakes, Minn., driving after revocation, dismissed.

Kyle B. Caldwell, 19, Maple Grove, Minn., possession or sale of small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, continued for dismissal on six months of probation with conditions including one shift at Damiano center and $100 prosecution costs - per each count.

Darren J. Drift, 44, Duluth, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $1,000 and 60 days in local confinement or NERCC, 59 days stayed on one year of probation with conditions including if defendant completes Victim Impact Panel within six months, fine will be reduced by $500; driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired and two counts of driving after revocation, dismissed.

Patrick R. Elam, 37, Silver Bay, theft by swindle, fined $200 and 20 days in local confinement or NERCC, time stayed on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense.

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Quinn K. Ferguson, 19, Winona, Minn.,, possession or sale of small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, fined $50 per each count.

Derek D. Frisk, 21, Duluth, theft by shoplifting, fined $100.

Larry S. Gordon, 39, Duluth, driving after revocation, fined $300 and 30 days in local confinement, $150 and time stayed on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense; illegal use of license plates - not issued to vehicle, dismissed.

Heather E.J. Haskins, 25, Duluth, disorderly conduct, fined $100.

Martise L. Hill, 20, Duluth, criminal damage to property and giving false name or date-of-birth, 30 days in local confinement or NERCC, 25 days stayed on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense - per each count concurrent; child passenger restraint system violation, fined $50; driving after revocation, dismissed.

Daneil K. Kacer, 23, Cloquet, driving after revocation, fined $200.

Benjamin T. Kerschbaum, 40, Richfield, Minn., no current medical certificate in possession, dismissed.

April M. Mikloczak, 23, Superior, compose, read or send electronic message in motion or traffic, fined $50.

Steven J. Morales, 28, Superior, driving after revocation, continued for dismissal for one year with condition of no same or similar offense.

Benjamin C. Nelson, 27, Duluth, driving after suspension and uninsured vehicle, dismissed.

Matthew N. Oshaugnessy, 20, Superior, driving while impaired, fined $1,000 and 60 days in local confinement, time stayed on one year of probation with conditions including if defendant completes Victim Impact Panel within six months, fine will be reduced by $500; two counts of driving while under the influence of a controlled substance, dismissed.

Elfred W. Petruk, 37, Pine Knot, Ky., two counts of driving after revocation, dismissed.

Devon J. Phipps, 28, Duluth, driving after revocation, dismissed.

Jesse J. Schwirtz, 22, Arlington, Minn., collision with unattended vehicle and driving the wrong way on a one-way street, dismissed.

Jake A. Sjolie, 29, Superior, careless driving, fined $1,000 and 90 days in local confinement or NERCC, time stayed on one year of probation with conditions including Victim Impact Panel; operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, dismissed.

Amy M. Slinker, 28, Duluth, misdemeanor theft, fined $300 and 30 days in local confinement, $150 and time stayed on one year of probation with conditions including $170 restitution.

Daryll M. Teller, 41, Brooklyn Park, Minn., disorderly conduct - brawling or fighting, three days in local confinement.

Genevie K. Thoennes, 34, Deer River, driving after cancellation - inimical danger to public safety and giving false identification, dismissed.

Joel W. Thunder, 43, Duluth, obstructing legal process - interfering with peace officer, seven days in local confinement.

Steven T.J. Tribbey, 23, Duluth, driving after suspension, fined $200.

Keely E. Upton, 36, Duluth, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $2,000 and 180 days in local confinement, $1,000 and time stayed on one year of probation with conditions including Victim Impact Panel; driving while under the influence of alcohol, dismissed.

Timothy J. Vanholbeck, 25, Duluth, driving after suspension, fined $200.

Timothy R. Weber, 32, Superior, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $1,000 and 60 days in local confinement or NERCC, time stayed on one year of probation with conditions including if defendant completes Victim Impact Panel within six months, fine will be reduced by $500; driving while impaired and driving while under the influence of alcohol, dismissed.

Jeffrey D. Wesley, 39, Duluth, careless driving, fined $1,000 and 90 days in local confinement or NERCC, time stayed on one year of probation with conditions including Victim Impact Panel; driving while impaired, driving while under the influence of alcohol and driving the wrong way on a one-way street, dismissed.

Daniel White, 41, Duluth, criminal damage to property, fined $300 and 30 days in local confinement, $200 and time stayed on one year of probation with conditions.

Terri J. Willoughby, 51, Duluth, inattentive driving, fined $50.

Sylvia M. Wilson, 38, Duluth, obstructing legal process - interfering with peace officer and disorderly conduct - offensive/abusive/noisy/obscene, 45 days in local confinement - per each count concurrent; two counts of disorderly conduct - brawling or fighting and one count of obstructing legal process, 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.

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