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Courts

FARIBAULT COUNTY

DISTRICT COURT

Speeding — Anthony J. Vandenbush, 46, of Iowa City, Iowa; fined $125.

Regan J. Hartney, 45, of Minneapolis; fined $145.

Underage alcohol possession — Chase J. Haack, 20, of Winnebago; fined $185.

No Minnesota driver’s license (after 60 days residency/30 days CDL) — Kaitlynn M. Ford, 25, of Minneapolis; Matthew M. Shater, 29, of Sherburn; each fined $185.

Jorge E. Tellez Jr., 23, of Bricelyn was convicted of driving after revocation; fined $285, sentenced to jail five days, credit for time served five days.

Steven E. Unger, 34, of Winnebago was convicted of speeding; fined $200. Also convicted of failure to obtain new drivers license after changing name or address; fined $105.

Keshaun S. Coatie, 22, of Brooklyn Park was convicted of driving after revocation; fined $285. Additional charge of child passenger restraint system not equipped and installed was dismissed.

Joshua J. Linder, 43, of Wells 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.

Luis R. Gomez Samudio, 24, of St. Peter was convicted of driving after suspension; fined $285. Also convicted of uninsured vehicle-driver violation; fined $200.

James L. Sadler, 50, of Augusta, Wis., was convicted of speeding; fined $125. Additional charge of no proof of motor vehicle insurance was dismissed.

MARTIN COUNTY

DISTRICT COURT

Speeding — Jordan M. Sornberger, 24, of Jackson; fined $125.

Trey A. Deling, 30, of Swea City, Iowa; fined $135.

Move over law violation-two lanes in same direction — Anthony C. Reese, 43, of Rapid City, S.D.; fined $135.

Driving without a valid driver’s license for vehicle class or type — Eloy Perez-Perez, 45, of Milwaukee, Wis.; fined $185.

Dale A. Sellner, 56, of Sleepy Eye was convicted of expired registration — fined $115. Also convicted of illegal use of blue lights; fined $40.

Troy M. Meeker, 52, of Truman was convicted on a felony charge of second-degree manslaughter-culpable negligence creating unreasonable risk; fined $85, commit to Commissioner of Corrections 117 months, restitution reserved, supply DNA sample. Also convicted on a felony charge of first-degree controlled substance sales-17 grams or more; fined 2,085, commit to Commissioner of Corrections 125 months, concurrent with other case, supply DNA sample. Two additional felony charges of third-degree murder-sell or distribute controlled substances, and third-degree controlled substance possession-10 grams or more of narcotics, and additional misdemeanor charges of interference with dead body or scene of death, and possession of drug paraphernalia, were all dismissed.

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