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Matters of Record for Sept. 6, 2022

As reported by Carlton County District Court.

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Carlton County
Aug. 30

  • Agnes P. Longfox, 31, Cloquet, fugitive, extradition waived.

Aug. 31

  • Travis T. Avey, 42, Cloquet, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $700 and one year, 335 days stayed on two years probation with conditions.
  • Alicia A. Bandel, 34, Brainerd, Minnesota, theft by check, fined $50 and 90 days, time stayed on one year probation.
  • Brandon M. Bassett, 41, Anoka, Minnesota, domestic assault, imposition stayed on three years probation with conditions, $100 fine and 78 days local confinement; driving while impaired, fined $900 and 90 days local confinement, 71 days stayed, concurrent; second count driving while impaired, one year local confinement, 288 days stayed on three years probation with conditions, concurrent.
  • Thomas Ivan Bellanger III, 43, Cloquet, driving after cancellation - inimical to publc safety, fined $400 and 120 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Bradley T. Dutson, 58, Blaine, Minnesota, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol content, fined $900 and one year local confinement, time stayed on two years probation with conditions.
  • Shelly K. Hanson, 35, Bena, Minnesota, driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety, fined $200 and one year local confinement, 303 days stayed on two years probation.
  • Dakota R. Lundquist, 25, Marshall, Minnesota, driving after suspension, fined $230.
  • Carmen R. Martineau, 34, McGregor, theft, fined $50 and 30 days local confinement, 18 days stayed on one year probation with conditions, pay $43 in restitution and 20 hours Community Work Service; second count theft, fined $50 and 30 days local confinement, 19 days stayed on one year probation with conditions, pay $48 in restitution and 20 hours Community Work Service, concurrent; third count theft, 30 days local confinement, 19 days stayed on one year probation with conditions, 20 hours Community Work Service, concurrent; fourth count theft, $50 fine and 30 days local confinement, 17 days stayed on one year probation with conditions, 20 hours Community Work Service, concurrent; fifth count theft, fined $50 and 30 days local confinement, 19 days stayed on one year probation with conditions, 20 hours Community Work Service, concurrent; sixth count theft, fined $50 and 30 days local confinement, 17 days stayed on one year probation with conditions, 20 hours Community Work Service, concurrent.
  • William L. McConnell, 41, Kettle River, driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety, fined $200 and one year local confinement, 358 days stayed on two years probation with conditions.
  • Kyle R. Peterson, 30, Cloquet, domestic assault, continued for dismissal for one year.
  • Nicholas M. Peterson, 35, Brainerd, Minnesota, theft by check, fined $50 and 90 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation with conditions.

Sept. 1

  • Laurel B. Anderson, 57, Cloquet, disorderly conduct, continued for dismissal for six months.
  • Michael J. Kaspszak, 50, Moose Lake, operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited blood-alcohol vehicle, fined $500 and 90 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation with conditions.
  • Sarah M. Larson, 38, Carlton, disorderly conduct, adjudication stayed for one year.
  • Christian J. Lopez Roman, 21, Orange City, Florida, driving 114 mph in a 70 mph zone, fined $150.
  • Samara N. Palo, 22, Saginaw, theft, fined $50 and 90 days local confinement, time stayed on one year probation.
  • Naomi L. Williams, 44, Cloquet, hands-free law violation, fined $50, $25 stayed.

Sept. 3

  • Gordon J. Anderson, 30, Bruno, driving after revocation, fined $200.

Sept. 4

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  • Kaylee L. Anderson, 21, Cloquet, hands-free law violation, fined $50.

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