Courts

MARTIN COUNTY

DISTRICT COURT

Speeding — Kim S. Olson, 66, of Butterfield; fined $125.

Joshua P. Thate, 35, of Granada; fined $145.

Move over law violation-two lanes in same direction — Nicole Burgos, 23, of Norridge, Ill.; fined $135.

Weaving over lane lines — Jeff D. Weisz, 63, of St. George, Utah; fined $135.

No Minnesota driver’s license (after 60 days residency/30 days CDL) — Andres Pascual Andres, 30, of Blue Earth; fined $185.

Expired proof of motor vehicle insurance — Jeffrey R. Runkle, 43, of Sherburn; fined $285.

Elijah G. Kiihn, 30, of Truman was convicted of Failure to keep to the right (over center line); fined $135. Also convicted of expired proof of motor vehicle insurance; no sentence pronounced.

Brandon L. Ingersoll, 33, of Austin was convicted of theft-take/use/transfer movable property without consent; fined $100, sentenced to jail 90 days, credit for time served 90 days.

Dwayne E. Money, 23, of Blue Earth was convicted of obstruct legal process-interfere with peace officer; fined $260, sentenced to jail 90 days, stayed 63 days for one year, credit for time served 27 days, one year unsupervised probation, no alcohol/controlled substance use, random testing at the request of the court or a licensed peace officer, no contact with victim(s) outside their professional capacity, no misdemeanor or greater violations of the law. One additional felony charge of threats of violence, and one additional misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct-offensive/abusive/noisy/obscene, were both dismissed.

Ryann D. Kuehn, 34, of Fairmont was convicted on a felony charge of fifth-degree controlled substance possession-not small amount of marijuana; commit to Commissioner of Corrections 13 months, stayed five years, sentenced to jail 89 days, credit for time served 89 days, five years supervised probation, sentence to service 15 days for indeterminate, complete chemical assessment, follow all recommendations of evaluation, no alcohol/controlled substance use, no alcohol/controlled substance possession, random testing, obtain employment, maintain employment, cognitive skill training, counseling, take medications in prescribed dosage and frequency, provide proof of prescriptions to agent, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact probation agent within 72 hours if you’ve been charged with a new crime; are in contact with law enforcement; if you change address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with search of your person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, etc. by your probation officer, sign all releases of information, give DNA sample when directed, don’t use/possess firearms, ammunition, or explosives, don’t register to vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored.

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