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Matters of record received May 19, 2018

District Court St. Louis County May 16 Joann D. Petoletti, 76, Duluth, careless driving, fined $1,000 and 90 days in local confinement or Female Offender Program, time stayed on one year of probation with conditions. May 17 Justin G. Anderson, 32...

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District Court

St. Louis County

 

May 16

Joann D. Petoletti, 76, Duluth, careless driving, fined $1,000 and 90 days in local confinement or Female Offender Program, time stayed on one year of probation with conditions.

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May 17

Justin G. Anderson, 32, Hermantown, interfering with an emergency call, fined $500 and 365 days in local confinement or NERCC, $250 and 359 days stayed on two years of probation with conditions.

Tobin J. Cook, 42, Duluth, damage to property, fined $50 and three days in local confinement, stay of imposition on three years of probation with conditions; obstructing legal process, fined $50 and three days in local confinement, stay of adjudication on two years of probation - concurrent; fleeing in a motor vehicle from a peace officer, fined $50 and three days in local confinement, stay of adjudication on three years of probation with conditions - concurrent.

Troy A. Jamison Jr., 28, Duluth, assault, fined $50 and one year in local confinement or NERCC, 308 days stayed on two years of probation with conditions.

Justin E. Keuten, 36, Duluth, financial transaction card fraud, fined $50 and two day in local confinement, stay of imposition on two years of probation with conditions.

Richard M. Krick, 67, Superior, assault, fined $50 and 18 months in prison, time stayed on three years of probation with conditions; misdemeanor theft, fined $50, 30 days in local confinement and $175 in restitution.

Tiana R. Manson, 25, Superior, texting/use of electronic device while driving and driving after suspension, fined $200 per each count concurrent.

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Eric P. Romero Jr., 24, Duluth, conspiracy to commit drugs - sale of heroin, fined $50 and 81 months in prison.

Eugena D. Sandberg, 31, Duluth, felony theft, fined $50, seven days in local confinement and $874 in restitution, stay of imposition on three years of probation with conditions.

Kyle W. Upton, 30, Duluth, disorderly conduct - offensive/abusive/noisy/obscene, continued for dismissal for one year; theft by shoplifting, 90 days in local confinement and $145 in restitution; sale of a controlled substance, fined $50 and 28 months in prison; gross-misdemeanor theft, fined $50 and 120 days in local confinement.

Michael V. Watson, 21, Duluth, criminal damage to property, continued for dismissal on one year of probation.

 

May 18

Camille A. Christiansen, 34, Superior, giving a false name, two days in local confinement; misdemeanor theft violations, fined $400 and 30 days in local confinement, $350 and 28 days stayed for one year.

Kjell W. Fromberg, 28, Duluth, driving while impaired, fined $50 and one year in local confinement, 359 days stayed on two years of probation with conditions.

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Dominic S. Romagnoli, 19, Superior, driving after revocation, fined $200.

Thomas D. Sanders, 42, Duluth, driving while impaired, fined $50, one year in local confinement and $1,400 drug court fee, 332 days stayed on two years of probation with conditions.

Troy M. Scruggs, 47, Duluth,burglary (offense date 12/26/13), fined $50 and 45 months in prison, time stayed on three years of probation with conditions; financial transaction card fraud (offense date 1/25/15), fined $50 and 19 months in prison, time stayed on three years of probation with conditions.

Josiah A. Shearman, 32, Duluth, driving while impaired - operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $2,000 and 365 days in local confinement or NERCC, $1,000 and 364 days stayed on two years 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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