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Beltrami County District Court May 15

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In Beltrami County District Court before Judge Paul Benshoof:

Exzilda Mary Seaboy, 54, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 3 for gross misdemeanor seconddegree DWI.

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She was sentenced to one year in jail with 335 days stayed for four years on the following conditions: She must serve 30 days in jail with credit for two days served; serve four years of probation; pay fine and costs of $610; not drink and drive; undergo random testing; and complete ASPEN.

At 1:45 a.m. Jan. 17, a Bemidji Police officer saw Seaboy backing a car up a street. The officer made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol, slurred speech and bloodshot watery eyes on Seaboy, who refused field sobriety tests and a preliminary breath test. She was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where she refused Intoxilyzer or urine tests. At the time of her arrest, her driving privileges were valid, and she had one prior DWI conviction in 2005 in South Dakota.

Lisa Marie Letexier, 42, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 3 for gross misdemeanor driving after cancellation as inimical to public safety.

She was sentenced to one year in jail with 355 days stayed for two years on the following conditions: She must serve 10 days in jail with credit for one day served; serve two years of probation; and pay or work off fine and costs of $458.

At 6:46 p.m. Feb. 14, a Minnesota Highway Patrol trooper saw Letexier speeding at 66 mph in a 55 mph zone. The trooper made a traffic stop. Her driving privileges were cancelled Sept. 9, 2003.

Roger Howard Hulett, 74, of Cass Lake, had charges of serious felony fourth-degree criminal sexual contact and felony indecent exposure continued for dismissal May 3 on the following conditions: He must serve two years of probation; have no contact with the victim; and have no contact with females younger than 18. Successful completion of probation will result in dismissal of the charges.

On May 6, 2009, a 13-year-old girl reported to a school official that she had been sexually assaulted by Hulett the night before. He was a person of authority over her.

Yvette Marie Neadeau, 44, of Red Lake, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 3 for gross misdemeanor driving after cancellation as inimical to public safety.

She was sentenced to one year in jail with 355 days stayed for two years on the following conditions: She must serve 10 days in jail with credit for four days served; serve two years of probation; pay fine and costs of $458; not drive without license and insurance.

At 9:30 p.m. July 19, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy saw a vehicle speeding. The deputy made a traffic stop and arranged to have the vehicle towed. Neadeau drove up to pick up the occupants of the speeding vehicle. The deputy ran her name through the computer and discovered that her license was cancelled.

Brittany Ann Sand, 23, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 3 for gross misdemeanor thirddegree DWI with one aggravating factor.

She was sentenced to one year in jail with 335 days stayed for four years on the following conditions: She must serve 30 days on work release with credit for six days served; serve four years of probation; pay fine and costs of $685; complete chemical dependency assessment and follow recommendations; not use alcohol or enter establishments where it is sold or served; and undergo random testing.

At 4:20 a.m. Feb. 9, a Beltrami County Sheriff 's deputy found Sand in a vehicle stuck in a ditch. She had been convicted of fourth-degree DWI Sept. 1 in Beltrami County and was on a no-drink order. The deputy detected the odor of alcohol on Sand, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .141 in a preliminary breath test. She was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where she registered .13 on the Intoxilyzer test. At the time of her arrest, her driving privileges were valid, and she had one prior DWI conviction.

Melvin Edmond Smith Sr., 66, of Bemidji pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 3 for gross misdemeanor thirddegree DWI - refusal of chemical testing.

He was sentenced to one year in jail with 185 days stayed for six years on the following conditions: He must serve 180 days in jail; serve six years of supervised probation; pay fine and costs of $935; complete chemical testing and following recommendations; not use alcohol or enter establishments where it is sold or served; and undergo random testing.

At 3:15 p.m. Feb. 26, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy responded to the report of a vehicle in the ditch. Smith was the driver. The deputy detected the odor of alcohol, and Smith was unable to stand. He was taken to Beltrami County Jail where he refused testing.

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