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Matters of record received April 22, 2017

District Court St. Louis County April 20 Kristen L. Brokaw, 27, Barnum, misdemeanor theft, continued for dismissal on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense. Patrick E. Dillon III, 52, Duluth, driving after cancellatio...

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District Court

St. Louis County

 

April 20

Kristen L. Brokaw, 27, Barnum, misdemeanor theft, continued for dismissal on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense.

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Patrick E. Dillon III, 52, Duluth, driving after cancellation, continued for dismissal on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense; first count of driving after cancellation (offense date 2/5/10), second count of driving after cancellation, uninsured vehicle and cancelled/stolen/revoked plates (offense date 4/30/11), first count of driving after revocation (offense date 8/28/13) and second count of driving after revocation (offense date 9/21/14), dismissed.

Ryan J. Drickhamer, 27, Duluth, driving after revocation, 58 days in local confinement; driver failed to stop for accident to property and uninsured vehicle, dismissed.

Aunyeja O. Flippin, 23, Duluth, driving after revocation, continued for dismissal on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense; two counts of driving after revocation, dismissed.

Robert J. Fontaine, 44, Duluth, uninsured vehicle and three counts of driving after revocation, dismissed.

Al J. Gevara, 36, Duluth, driving after suspension and two counts of driving after revocation, fined $200 and 30 days in local confinement, time stayed on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense - per each count concurrent.

Newland D. Hambrick, 30, Two Harbors, disorderly conduct - offensive/abusive/noisy/obscene, dismissed.

Don L. Hoven, 27, Duluth, driving after revocation and failure to yield right-of-way to an emergency vehicle, dismissed.

Jon R. Jackson, 28, Duluth, possession of a controlled substance, adjudication stayed on three years of probation with conditions including one day in local confinement.

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Christine M. Jorgenson, 46, Duluth, misdemeanor theft (offense date 3/19/14), 60 days in local confinement.

Samantha A. LaDeaux, 22, Sawyer, petty-misdemeanor theft by shoplifting, adjudication stayed six months.

Christian T. Ostern, 25, Duluth, uninsured vehicle, dismissed.

Joseph A. Pyrlik, 43, Duluth, domestic abuse - violation of an order for protection, continued for dismissal on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense.

Joel W. Thunder, 44, Duluth, trespassing - business, continued for dismissal for one year with condition of no same or similar offense.

 

April 21

Jack W. Barnick, 21, Roseville, Minn., texting/use of electronic device while driving, fined $50.

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Samuel J. Gurovitsch, 43, Duluth, driving after revocation, fined $200.

William J. Jensen, 26, Oshkosh, Wis., driving 80 mph in a 55 mph zone, fined $70.

James T. Johnson, 50, no city listed, fugitive, extradition waived.

Stephen B. Loker, 64, Oshkosh, Wis., failure to pay UCR fee, fined $300.

David A. Palmer, 41, Duluth, Minnesota annual inspection decal violation (trailer), fined $100.

David J. Peterson, 21, Moorhead, Minn., texting/use of electronic device while driving, fined $50.

Sylvester Robinson, 63, Duluth, petty-misdemeanor theft by shoplifting, fined $300, $250 stayed on one year of probation.

Christopher C. Schweitzer, 21, Baxter, Minn., driving after revocation, fined $200.

Cody L. Sislo Brett, 21, Superior, no insurance, fined $200.

Jimmy L. Tuura, 41, Duluth, driving while under the influence of alcohol, fined $50 and 365 days in local confinement, 363 days stayed on two years of probation with conditions including six consecutive days in jail and $1,200 DWI court fee and Victim Impact Panel; operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content and driving after revocation, dismissed.

Nichole R. Weatherly, 28, Eveleth, uninsured vehicle, adjudication stayed on six months of probation with conditions.

 

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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