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Matters of Record for June 9, 2022

As reported by Carlton County District Court.

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District Court
Carlton County
May 16

  • Curtis E. Pasch, 52, Sauk Centre, Minnesota, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $100 and 90 days local confinement, 87 days stayed on one year probation with conditions.

May 25

  • Jeffrey A. Wise, 42, Sawyer, damage to property, fined $100 and 90 days local confinement, 86 days stayed on one year probation with conditions.

May 31

  • Anthony J. Berg, 26, Buffalo, Minnesota, theft, fined $50 and pay $50 in restitution.
  • Adam D. Feltus, 39, Duluth, driving after revocation, fined $200.
  • Dominick A. Moore, 26, Superior, fugitive, extradition waived.
  • Tyler R. Zobel, 16, Floodwood, hands-free law violation, fined $50.

June 1

  • Kirstie C. Abramowski, 32, Cloquet, domestic assault, fined $50 and 90 days local confinement, 84 days stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Joel M. Andrewjeski, 73, Cloquet, driving while impaired, fined $300 and 90 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Sasha M. Baker, 43, Cloquet, possession of drug paraphernalia, fined $50.
  • Thomas E. Carlson, 59, Hermantown, over legal tandem axle weight violation, fined $100.
  • Heather R. Fineday, 27, Cloquet, disorderly conduct, no sentence pronounced; theft, no sentence pronounced, pay $30 in restitution; theft, fined $50, concurrent.
  • Amber N. Fish, 32, Cloquet, theft, 19 days local confinement and pay $11 in restitution.
  • Patricia A. Osuna, 26, Duluth, obstructing legal process, continued for dismissal for one year.
  • James D. Rich, 60, Esko, open burning - prohibited materials violation, fined $200.

June 2

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  • Joseph B. Jacobson Sr., 49, Sandstone, Minnesota, driving while impaired, fined $900 and one year local confinement, 335 days stayed on two years probation with conditions.
  • Stephan M. Nelson, 32, Cloquet, possession of over 1.4 grams marijuana in a motor vehicle, fined $150; possession of drug paraphernalia, fined $50; two counts driving after revocation (offenses dated: 1/18/17, 11/2/17), fined $200 per each count.

June 3

  • Maggie R. Kaptonak, 22, Duluth, hands-free law violation, fined $50.

June 4

  • Mark A. Brenner, 34, Cloquet, driving after revocation, fined $200

June 6

  • Justin K. Bogan, 35, confidential address, disorderly conduct, fined $300 and 30 days local confinement, 24 days and $150 stayed on one year probation.
  • Jacob T. Koivisto, 25, Cloquet, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $200 and one year local confinement, 362 days stayed on two years probation with conditions.
  • Brandon J. Lund, 38, Moose Lake, fugitive, extradition waived.
  • Marlin T. Peterson, 51, Cloquet, driving while impaired, fined $700 and 30 days local confinement, time stayed on two years probation with conditions.
  • Hunter T. Poitra, 19, Cloquet, driving 65 mph in a 40 mph zone, fined $70.
  • Lawson T. W. Ward, 42, Moose Lake, fugitive, extradition waived.
  • Jason J. Daniel, 47, Askov, hands-free law violation, find $50.

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