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Matters of record received March 25, 2017

District Court St. Louis County March 14 Joshua L. Butler, 28, Duluth, burglary, adjudication stayed on three years of probation with conditions including a $50 fine, 18 days in local confinement and 40 hours of community work service; burglary w...

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District Court

St. Louis County

 

March 14

Joshua L. Butler, 28, Duluth, burglary, adjudication stayed on three years of probation with conditions including a $50 fine, 18 days in local confinement and 40 hours of community work service; burglary with possession of a dangerous weapon/explosive, burglary - assault person in building/on property and obstructing legal process, dismissed.

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Kristen K. Johnson, 49, Cloquet, assault, imposition stayed on 10 years of probation with conditions including a $50 fine, two days in local confinement and 200 hours of community work service.

Minh Q. Nguyen, 29, Hermantown, assault, imposition stayed on two years of probation with conditions.

Dashawn A. Woods, 27, Duluth, threats of violence, imposition stayed on two years of probation with conditions including a $50 fine and 28 days in local confinement; assault, dismissed.

 

March 22

Karen E. Shearer, 60, Duluth, giving false name or date-of-birth, dismissed.

 

March 23

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Micaila A. Hey, 21, Duluth, harassment - violation of a restraining order, continued for dismissal with condition of no same or similar offense.

Tammy L. Hietala, 44, Duluth, domestic assault, continued for dismissal on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense.

Britney H. Hughes, 20, Esko, misdemeanor theft, continued for dismissal on one year of probation with conditions including community work service for indeterminate.

Matthew T. Lesage, 39, Lake Nebagamon, domestic assault, continued for dismissal on one year of probation with condition of no same or similar offense.

Jenna M. Pederson, 37, Duluth, 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; operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content and driving while under the influence of alcohol, dismissed.

Cassandra S. Snickers, 26, Duluth, three counts of driving after revocation, continued for dismissal on one year of probation with conditions including no driving until license is valid and no driving without insurance - per each count concurrent.

 

March 24

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Julio I. Aponte, 27, Hollywood, Fla., commercial motor vehicle - driver on duty in possession, under the influence of or using drugs or other substances, fined $50.

Matthew W. Booth, 34, Plano, Texas, careless driving, fined $1,000 and 90 days in local confinement, time stayed on one year of probation with conditions including Victim Impact Panel; driving while impaired and driving while under the influence of alcohol, dismissed.

Tala O. Hackbarth, 18, St. Louis Park, Minn., possession or sale of small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, fined $50 per each count.

Elena B. Hammerling Duthoy, 24, St. Paul, driving after suspension, fined $200.

Serena M. Johnson, 20, Duluth, uninsured vehicle, fined $200.

William D. R. Mayo, 24, Esko, driving after revocation and driving after suspension, fined $200 per each count.

Ryan M. Nelson, 19, St. Michael, Minn., underage consumption, fined $100.

Kendra K. Oien, 20, Barnum, driving after suspension, fined $200.

Mykaila R. Peters, 18, Mellen, use of wireless communications device - compose, read or send electronic message in motion or traffic, fined $50.

Tyrel M. Redinger, 28, Duluth, commercial motor vehicle - no current medical certificate in possession, fined $100.

Chad A. Tr Falco, 36, Bedform, Ind., no insurance (offense date 1/27/14), fined $200.

 

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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