Courts

MARTIN COUNTY

DISTRICT COURT

Speeding — Joseph R. Schavey, 17, of Winnebago; Amelia D. Volgarino, 33, of New Ulm; Omar A. Casanova, 36, of Lakeville; Lauren C. Vrana, 31, of Madison, Wis.; Sumaya A. Giarushi, 20, of Oakdale; Anthony J. Laramie, 47, of Schaumburg, Ill.; Christopher J. Baer, 18, of Truman; each fined $125.

Jiri Hnizda, 56, of Manchester, Md.; fined $135.

Alysia M. Bolstad, 26, of Trimont; Josiah L. Ebeling, 23, of Trimont; Danielle M. Healey, 29, of Fairmont; each fined $145.

Theresa M. Holl, 37, of Minneapolis; fined $285.

Improperly worn seat belt — Kevin Prado Herrera, 24, of Brookfield, Ill.; fined $110.

Front and rear license plates required — Peter Schuller, 71, of Rochester; fined $115.

Ryann D. Kuehn, 34, of Fairmont was convicted of driving after suspension; fined $285, sentenced to jail 30 days, credit for time served 30 days.

Alex J. Olson, 18, of Fairmont was convicted of two reflectors required; fined $125. Also convicted of window tint violation-less than 50 percent light transmittance; fined $50.

Timothy E. Brodman, 32, of Fairmont was convicted of driving while impaired-alcohol concentration 0.08 within two hours; fined $660, sentenced to jail 90 days, credit for time served 73 days, pay restitution-certificate to be filed within 30 days. Additional charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, and failure of driver to stop for collision-driven or attended vehicle, were both dismissed.

Ashley M. Anderson, 31, of Blue Earth was convicted of driving while impaired-alcohol concentration 0.08 within two hours; fined $935, sentenced to jail 365 days, stayed 359 days for two years, credit for time served six days, two years supervised probation, comply with ignition interlock program, don’t operate a motor vehicle not equipped with an ignition interlock, no alcohol/controlled substance use, no alcohol/controlled substance possession, random testing at the request of agent or a licensed peace officer, complete chemical assessment, follow recommendations of evaluation, attend MADD impact panel and pay costs, remain law-abiding, provide list of prescribed medications to probation officer, successfully complete the Veteran’s Court program, follow all state and federal criminal laws, report to agent as directed, advise agent prior to changing employment and/or residence, cooperate and be truthful with agent in all matters, notify agent if arrested and/or issued a summons, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, reply promptly to any communication from agent, don’t ship/transport/possess/receive firearms or ammunition if prohibited by law. Additional charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, and open bottle law-drinking and consumption, were both dismissed.

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