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Matters of Record for Oct. 20, 2022

As reported by Carlton County District Court.

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District Court
Carlton County
Oct. 10

  • Levi J. Jacobsen, 26, Stillwater, Minnesota, driving while impaired, fined $500 and 90 days local confinement, 87 days stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Jacob J. Mock, 25, North Mankato, Minnesota, 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.
  • August J. Ruthaferd, 54, Moose Lake, assault, fined $50 and one year and one day in prison, prison time stayed on three years probation with conditions, pay $46 in restitution.

Oct. 12

  • Justin S. M. Brown, 24, Cloquet, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $3,000 and one year local confinement, 361 days and $2,300 stayed on two years probation with conditions; second count operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $500 and 90 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation with conditions, consecutive.
  • Brianna D. Christian, 27, Cloquet, hands-free law violation, fined $50.
  • Deshawn L. Gardner, 23, Duluth, theft, continue for dismissal for six months.
  • Psalms J. Flatt-Northrup, 27, Cloquet, possession of drug paraphernalia, fined $50.
  • Aaron N. Heino, 41, Carlton, disorderly conduct, adjudication stayed for one year.
  • Frank L. Martin, 37, Sawyer, possession of a controlled substance, imposition stayed on three years probation with conditions, 48 days local confinement.
  • Adam K. McCallum, 20, Hastings, Minnesota, over 20,000 single axle weight (paved) violation, fined $200.
  • Cole T. McCray, 22, Cloquet, attempted criminal sexual conduct with a victim under the age of 13, adjudication stayed on three years probation with conditions.
  • Shawn J. Mullen, 51, Cloquet, driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety, fined $500 and 120 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation.
  • Denis Secic, 30, Cloquet, driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety, adjudication stayed for two years.
  • Samantha E. Sundeen, 45, Duluth, driving after revocation (offense dated: 7/10/17), adjudication stayed for one year.
  • Nathan T. Telega, 30, Duluth, two counts driving after revocation (offenses dated: 6/13/19, 6/3/20), fined $200 per each count.
  • Sherwood J. Trettel, 67, Moose Lake, driving after revocation (offense dated: 8/20/17), fined $200.

Oct. 13

  • Nicholas I. Nergard, 41, Wrenshall, driving after revocation, fined $200.
  • Randall J. Obeidzinski, 25, Carlton, driving while impaired, fined $500 and 90 days local confinement, 89 days stayed on one year probation with conditions.

Oct. 14

  • Jonathon Carrasquillo Miranda, 30, Blaine, Minnesota, driving 103 mph in a 70 mph zone, fined $150.
  • Jesus N. Hernandez, 38, Minneapolis, driving after suspension, fined $200.
  • Christopher L. Miller, 41, Manteca, California, possession of over 1.4 grams marijuana in a motor vehicle, $265 total in fines and fees.
  • Chibuzo J. Osuchokwu, 28, Duluth, driving after suspension, fined $200.
  • Brian J. Premo, 38, North St. Paul, Minnesota, driving after revocation, fined $200; plate impoundment - failure to comply, fined $300.

Oct. 17

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  • Rolland D. Maynard, 33, Duluth, assault, disorderly conduct and domestic assault, continue for dismissal on one year probation with conditions per each count.
  • Norman M. K. Sutten, 42, Cloquet, driving while impaired, fined $3,000 and one year local confinement, 335 days and $2,000 stayed on two years probation with conditions.

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