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FARIBAULT COUNTY

DISTRICT COURT

Speeding — Rakshit N. Gowda, 34, of Plymouth; fined $225.

Jedd L. Dulas, 50, of Minnesota Lake was convicted of operate motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol; fined $610, sentenced to jail 90 days, stayed 90 days for one year, one year supervised probation, complete chemical assessment, follow all recommendations of evaluation, attend MADD impact panel, 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 releases of information as directed. Additional charges of failure to wear seat belt while in a motor vehicle, and careless driving, were both dismissed.

Tammy Jo Miller, 49, of Kiester received a stay of imposition pursuant to Minnesota statutes on a felony charge of fifth-degree controlled substance possession-not small amount of marijuana; fined $2,253.75, restitution $1,168.75, sentenced to jail 20 days, credit for time served 20 days, five years supervised probation, sentence to service 40 hours for indeterminate, address substance use and mental health concerns through individual counseling until discharged from care, no alcohol/controlled substance use with the exception of prescribed medications, random testing, attend support groups as directed by probation, pay restitution, 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, give a DNA sample when directed, sign releases of information as directed, don’t use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives, don’t register to vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. Additional charge of endanger child-permit present sales/possession of controlled substance was dismissed.

Joseph B. Mathews, 22, of Wells was convicted on a felony charge of fifth-degree controlled substance possession-not small amount of marijuana; fined $1,085, commit to Commissioner of Corrections 13 months, stayed for five years, sentenced to jail 29 days, credit for time served 29 days, five years supervised probation, sentence to service 40 hours for indeterminate, attend chemical dependency evaluation/treatment, no alcohol/controlled substance use with the exception of prescribed medications, random testing, complete outpatient treatment and follow all aftercare, 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, give a DNA sample when directed, sign releases of information as directed, don’t use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives, don’t register to vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. Also convicted on a separate felony charge of fifth-degree controlled substance possession-not small amount of marijuana; fined $85, commit to Commissioner of Corrections 13 months, stayed for five years, sentenced to jail 29 days, credit for time served 29 days, five years supervised probation, sentence to service 40 hours for indeterminate, chemical dependency evaluation/treatment, no alcohol/controlled substance use with the exception of prescribed medications, random testing, complete outpatient treatment and follow all aftercare, 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, give a DNA sample when directed, sign releases of information as directed, don’t use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives, don’t register to vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. Also convicted of driving after revocation; fined $285, sentenced to jail 90 days, stayed 61 days for one year, credit for time served 29 days, one year unsupervised probation. Additional charges of possession of marijuana in motor vehicle, and driving after revocation, were both dismissed.

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