Courts

FARIBAULT COUNTY

DISTRICT COURT

Speeding — Tyler M. Sjoquist, 22, of Bloomington; Michael P. Hoppe, 28, of Delavan; David A. Kruse, 29, of Winona; each fined $125.

Nicholas F. Krebsbach, 22, of Walters; fined $225.

Driving after revocation — Shannon M. Olson, 43, of Blue Earth; fined $285.

Ravindra A. Hollman, 38, of Blue Earth was convicted on three separate felony charges of domestic assault; fined $585, commit to Commissioner of Corrections 30 months, give a DNA sample when directed for first charge, and commit to Commissioner of Corrections 33 months, give a DNA sample when directed for other two charges. Three additional felony charges of first-degree burglary of occupied dwelling-non accomplice present, fifth-degree controlled substance possession-not small amount of marijuana, possess ammo or any firearm-conviction or adjudicated delinquent for crime of violence, and two misdemeanor charges of malicious punishment of a child, and possess ammo or any firearm-previous felony conviction, were all dismissed.

Monte J. Martin, 31, of Mountain Lake was convicted of driving after cancellation-inimical to public safety; fined $585, sentenced to jail 365 days, stayed 360 days for two years, credit for time served five days, two years unsupervised probation, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, make best efforts to obtain a valid drivers license, no same or similar, follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact probation agent within 72 hours if charged with a new crime; are in contact with law enforcement; if change address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, etc. by probation officer, sign releases of information as directed, don’t use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives if prohibited by law. Additional charges of no proof of insurance, and open bottle law violation-liability of non-present owner, were both dismissed.

Joshua A. Pourrier, 28, of Wells was convicted of second-degree driving while impaired-two or more aggravating factors; fined $865, sentenced to jail 365 days, stayed 275 days for two years, credit for time served one day, serve as home detention/electronic monitoring at defendant’s expense, two years supervised probation, complete chemical assessment, follow all recommendations of evaluation, no alcohol/controlled substance use with the exception of prescribed medications, random testing, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact probation agent within 72 hours if charged with a new crime; are in contact with law enforcement; if change address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, etc. by probation officer, sign releases of information as directed, don’t use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives if prohibited by law. Also convicted of obstruct legal process-interfere with peace officer; sentenced to jail 365 days, stayed 275 days for two years, credit for time served one day, serve as home detention/electronic monitoring at defendant’s expense, two years supervised probation, sentence to service two days for indeterminate, complete chemical assessment, follow all recommendations of evaluation, no alcohol/controlled substance use with the exception of prescribed medications, random testing, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, restitution reserved for 60 days, no assault, follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact probation agent within 72 hours if charged with a new crime; are in contact with law enforcement; if change address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, etc. by probation officer, sign releases of information as directed, don’t use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives if prohibited by law. Also convicted of fleeing a peace officer by means other than a motor vehicle; fined $185. Additional charges of second-degree driving while impaired-refuse to submit to chemical test, fourth-degree assault of peace officer, and open bottle law violation-drinking and consumption, were all dismissed.

Larry D. Helm, 47, of Omaha was convicted of driving after suspension; fined $280. Additional charge of failure of driver to carry proof of insurance when operating a vehicle was dismissed.

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