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Matters of Record for May 5, 2022

As reported by Carlton County District Court.

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District Court
Carlton County
April 26

  • William P. Bellcourt, 32, Fergus Falls, Minnesota, give peace officer false information, fined $50 and three days local confinement.
  • Troy J. Hase, 56, Amery, Wisconsin, possess/sale small amount of marijuana, fined $50.
  • Roger M. Robertson, 35, McGrath, Minnesota, driving after revocation (offense dated: 4/5/17), fined $200.

April 27

  • Nicolas L. Aron-Jones, 28, Stillwater, Minnesota, assault, fined $50 and 21 months in prison.
  • Kaija M. Borin, 39, Cloquet, hands-free law violation, fined $50.
  • Adam D. Feltus, 39, Duluth, threats of violence, fined $50, 120 days local confinement and 18 months in prison, prison time stayed on three years probation with conditions.
  • Dawson M. Fitzsimmons, 21, Blackhoof Township, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $300 and 90 days local confinement, 89 days stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Michael A. Misquadace, 43, Faribault, Minnesota, possession of a controlled substance, 21 months in prison.
  • Jacob K. Morton, 17, Duluth, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $300 and 90 days local confinement, 89 days stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Brandon K. Pesta, 28, Hopkins, Minnesota, possession of drug paraphernalia, no sentence pronounced.
  • Robert D. Peterson Jr., 23, Duluth, fleeing a peace officer, imposition stayed on three years probation with conditions, $100 fine and 104 days local confinement; damage to property, fined $100 and one year and one day in prison, pay $1,000 in restitution; second count fleeing a peace officer, fined $100 and 13 months in prison, concurrent.
  • Rebecca L. Phillips, 27, Bemidji, Minnesota, possession of a controlled substance, adjudication stayed on two years probation with conditions, two days local confinement.
  • Bradley A. Timo, 26, Cloquet, possession of a controlled substance, adjudication stayed on three years probation with conditions, 53 days local confinement; give false information to a peace officer, fined $50 and 30 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation.
  • Veronica M. Tokpah, 42, Elk River, Minnesota, driving 99 mph in a 70 mph zone, fined $100.
  • Nicole M. Villiard, 48, Carlton, assault, adjudication stayed on one year probation with conditions, $50 fine, 4 days local confinement and 16 hours Community Work Service.
  • Timothy J. Whalen, 39, Cloquet, possession of a controlled substance, adjudication stayed on three years probation with conditions, 3 days local confinement.

April 28

  • Debra M. Bester, 49, Cloquet, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $300 and 90 days local confinement, 89 days stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Derek A. Midbrod, 35, Cloquet, disorderly conduct, fined $50 and 90 days local confinement, 87 days stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Jase A. Oien, 23, Cloquet, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $300 and 90 days local confinement, 88 days stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Samantha C. Rep, 24, Superior, fugitive, extradition waived.

April 29

  • Tisa L. Engel, 42, McGregor, theft, continued for dismissal for one year.
  • Frances M. Smith, 58, Cloquet, test refusal, fined $50 and 30 months in prison; possession of a controlled substance, one year local confinement, concurrent.

April 30

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  • Jeffrey J. Nelson, 50, Duluth, hands-free law violation, fined $50.

The Pine Journal 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 Carlton. 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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