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Beltrami County Court Report for March 4

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Park Rapids, 56470

Park Rapids Minnesota PO Box 111 56470

The following cases were handled by Beltrami County District Judge John Melbye between Feb. 21-24:

Justin Craig Day, 26, of Cass Lake, was sentenced for felony third-degree burglary.

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He must serve 24 months in prison, with 74 days credited for time served, and pay a $50 fine.

Patricia Ann Weaver, 48, of Mahnomen, pleaded guilty and was sentenced for gross misdemeanor theft.

She must serve 45 days of a one-year jail sentence, stayed for 2 years, with 15 days credited for time stayed, two years of probation and pay a $500 fine.

Kris Jason Bakken, 34, of Fosston, was sentenced for felony fifth-degree controlled substance.

He must serve 30 days in jail, with four days credited for time served, five years of supervised probation and pay a $1,000 fine.

James Edward Kingbird, 46, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced for felony first-degree DWI.

He must serve 66 months in prison, with 108 days credited for time served, with conditional release after confinement set at 5 years, and pay a $50 fine.

Augustin Simental Lopez, 39, of Blackduck, pleaded guilty and was sentenced for felony possession of burglary of theft tools.

He must serve 15 months in prison, with 76 days credited for time served, and pay a $50 fine.

Curtis Euegene Hoffman Jr., 19, of Walker, pleaded guilty for felony domestic assault by strangulation.

His sentencing is set for March 16.

Joshua William Behrends, 25, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI.

He must serve 30 days of a one-year jail sentence, stayed for 3 years, three years of probation, complete a chemical assessment within 30 days and pay a $750 fine.

James John Drouillard III, 39, of Red Lake, was sentenced Feb. 21 for felony second-degree aggravated robbery.

He must serve 180 days in jail, with 61 days credited for time served, 15 years of supervised probation, write a letter of apology within 30 days and pay a $1,500 fine.

The following cases were handled by Beltrami County District Judge Shari Schluchter between Feb. 27-29:

Cynthia Cleo Swan, 40, of Cass Lake, was sentenced for felony credit card fraud.

She must serve 19 months in prison, with 353 days credited for time served.

Robert Alan Thunder, 29, of Red Lake, pleaded guilty for felony fifth-degree controlled substance.

His sentencing is set for March 19.

Troy Braden Vitalis, 44, of Washkish was pleaded guilty and was sentenced for driving after cancellation-inimical to public safety.

He must serve 10 days of a one-year jail sentence, stayed for 2 years, with 2 days credited for time served, two years of probation and pay a $350 fine.

Eric Louis Ojanen, 22, of Kelliher, pleaded guilty and was sentenced for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI.

He must serve 15 days of a one-year jail sentence, stayed for 3 years, with 2 days credited for time served, three years of probation and pay a $500 fine.

Charles Frank Braman, 46, of Cass Lake pleaded guilty to felony fifth-degree controlled substance.

His sentencing is set for March 19.

James Eugene Dow, 49, of Ponemah, was sentenced for felony first-degree DWI.

He must serve 180 days in jail, seven years of probation and pay a $1,000 fine.

The following cases were handled by Beltrami County District Judge Paul Benshoof on Feb. 13:

Casey Willer Olson, 23, of Blackduck, was sentenced for two felony charges of possession of an assault weapon and fifth-degree controlled substance.

He must serve 39 months in prison, with 269 days credited for time served and pay a $100 fine.

Daniel Joseph Fairbanks, 49, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced for two gross misdemeanor charges of driving after cancellation-inimical to public safety and giving a peace officer a false name of another person.

He must serve one year in jail, stayed for two years, with two days credited for time served, two years of probation and pay a $300 fine.

Henry Knoblauch II, 42, of Bemidji, was sentenced for felony third-degree controlled substance and gross misdemeanor DWI.

He must not possess alcohol or drugs, serve one year in jail, stayed for 4 years, with four days credited for time served, 20 years of supervised probation and pay a $1,500 fine.

Ahnung Matrious, 27, ofPuposky, pleaded guilty and was sentenced for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI.

She must serve 19 days of a one-year jail sentence, stayed for 3 years, with 13 days credited for time served, three years of probation, and pay a $500 fine.

Derek James Gerald Cannon, 26, of Bemidji was sentenced for two gross misdemeanor charges of fourth-degree assaulting a peace officer and third-degree damage to property.

He must pay restitution, write a letter of apology, serve five days of a one-year jail sentence, stayed for two years, two years of probation and pay a $600 fine.

Royce Edward Graves, 29, of Red Lake, was sentenced for felony fifth-degree controlled substance.

He must notify his probation agent 24 hours of any medications being prescribed by a doctor, serve 33 days in jail, with 22 days credited for time served and five years of probation.

Anthony Lee Smith, 22, of Bemidji was sentenced for felony second-degree burglary.

He must stay a reasonable distance away from victim's residence, pay restitution, serve 136 days in jail, with 91 days credited for time served, 10 years of probation and pay a $1,000 fine.

Ryan John Norquist, 25, of Baudette, Minn., pleaded guilty and was sentenced for gross misdemeanor second-degree DWI.

He must serve 45 days of a one-year jail sentence, stayed for 3 years, with 3 days credited for time served, three years of probation and pay a $500 fine.

Wauban Michelle Jones, 30, of Cass Lake, pleaded guilty and was sentenced for gross misdemeanor giving a peace officer a false name and misdemeanor fourth-degree DWI.

She must serve 10 days of a one-year jail sentence, stayed for 2 years, with three days credited for time served, two years of probation and pay a $700 fine.

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