Speeding — Hunter E. Schwichtenberg, 20, of Mapleton; Sharon M. Mahoney, 56, of Sioux Falls, S.D.; each fined $125.
Alexander S. Johnson, 19, of Fairmont; fined $135.
Roger E. Allen-Wickler, 59, of Mankato; fined $145.
Failure to wear seat belt while in a motor vehicle — Debra J. Pritts, 63, of Fairmont; fined $110.
Vehicle registration/permit/plates required — Sammy A. Mendenhall, 45, of Northrop; fined $115.
Possession of small amount of marijuana-no remuneration — James A. Syse, 39, of Fairmont; fined $135.
Driving after suspension — Mitchell J. Brink, 27, of Jackson; fined $285.
Driving after revocation — Anthony J. Peterson, 22, of Ceylon; fined $285.
Operate motor vehicle after license suspension/revocation/cancellation — Matthew M. Shater, 28, of Fairmont; fined $285.
David J. Harmelink, 64, of Fairmont was convicted of failure to wear seat belt while in a motor vehicle; fined $110. Additional charge of no proof of motor vehicle insurance was dismissed.
Vicente Ortiz-Zarate, 27, of Sibley, Iowa, was convicted of speeding; fined $125. Also convicted of no Minnesota drivers license (after 60 days residency/30 days CDL); fined $100.
Frank Garduno, 26, of Jackson was convicted on two separate charges of driving after revocation; fined $285, sentenced to jail 90 days, stayed 83 days for one year, credit for time served one day, perform staggered jail time for remaining six days, one year unsupervised probation, pay costs, no misdemeanor violations, for both convictions.
Damarko M. Thomas, 24, of Fairmont was convicted on two separate charges of driving after revocation; fined $285, sentenced to jail 90 days, stayed 88 days for one year, credit for time served two days, one year unsupervised probation, no misdemeanor or greater violations of the law, pay costs, for the first charge and fined $200 for the second charge. Also convicted of uninsured vehicle-driver violation; fined $285, sentenced to jail 90 days, stayed 88 days for one year, credit for time served two days, one year unsupervised probation, no misdemeanor or greater violations of the law, pay costs. Two additional charges of driving after revocation, and a charge of vehicle registration/permit/plates required, were all dismissed.
David J. Nelson, 24, of Trimont received a stay of adjudication on a charge of careless driving; fined $235, six months unsupervised monitoring without adjudication, no same or similar. Additional charge of speeding was dismissed.
Michael C. Annis, 21, of Fairmont was convicted on a felony charge of predatory offender-knowingly violates registration requirement or intentionally provides false information; fined $285, commit to Commissioner of Corrections 20 months, supply DNA sample. Also convicted of giving peace officer false name of another person; sentenced to jail 365 days, credit for time served 26 days, concurrent with other case, certificate of restitution to be filed within 30 days. Additional charges of fleeing a peace officer by a means other than a motor vehicle, and theft-take/use/transfer movable property without consent, were both dismissed.
Kelly J. Peterson, 31, of Truman received a stay of imposition pursuant to Minnesota statutes on a felony charge of check forgery-possess with intent to defraud; fined $975.45, restitution $975.45, sentenced to jail 38 days, credit for time served 38 days, 10 years supervised probation, sentence to service 20 days for indeterminate, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, cognitive skill training, no alcohol/controlled substance use unless prescribed by a physician, no alcohol/controlled substance possession unless prescribed by a physician, random testing, obtain employment, maintain employment, pay restitution, 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, give a 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.