Speeding — Christopher S. Nielsen, 32, of Remsen, Iowa; Glendon E. Rice Jr., 57, of Sioux Falls, S.D.; Allison M. Franklin, 30, of Inver Grove; Abdulahi D. Macow, 27, of Burnsville; Marlon W. Burns, 54, of Faribault; Jonathan W. McCorkell, 48, of Ceylon; each fined $125.
John E. Brickle III, 44, of Iva, S.C.; Bruce H. Davison, 66, of Fairmont; Kevin R. Olson, 38, of Bloomington; each fined $135.
Jessica L. Maday, 29, of Granada; Harley M. Holtz, 22, of La Fayette, Ga.; each fined $145.
Failure to wear seat belt while in a motor vehicle — Jeffrey D. Dale, 26, of Sherburn; fined $110.
Failure to drive with due care — Daryl L. Vogel, 50, of New Ulm; fined $125.
Vehicle window restrictions-tint too dark — Tanner J. Hellekson, 20, of Lake Crystal; fined $135.
Snow removal on sidewalks — Thomas D. Unruh, 65, of Minneapolis; fined $135.
Window tint violation-less than 50 percent light transmittance — Shaun M. Higgins, 42, of Eden Prairie; Jerrod J. Rehborg, 38, of Ocheyedan, Iowa; each fined $135.
Failure of driver to stop for stop sign — Jared J. Erickson, 30, of Amboy; fined $135.
Move over law violation-two lanes in same direction — Edward L. Ashley, 52, of Denver, Colo.; fined $135.
Hands free law-engage in cellular phone or video call — Ashlie L. Mitchell, 27, of Black River Falls, Wis.; fined $135.
Driving without a valid driver’s license for vehicle class or type — Machenzie V. Young, 21, of Armstrong, Iowa; Osuvaldo Rodriguez Garcia, 25, of Burnsville; each fined $185.
Jenna L. Lenz-Hansen, 25, of Granada was convicted of no insurance-owner violation; fined $200. Also convicted of speeding; fined $135.
Steven J. Moffitt, 72, of Estherville, Iowa, was convicted of failure to wear seat belt while in a motor vehicle; fined $110. Also convicted of no or inoperative breakaway brakes; fined $100.
Preston B. Rode, 28, of Grand Junction, Colo., received a stay of adjudication on a charge of open bottle law-possession; fined $100, six months unsupervised monitoring without adjudication, remain law-abiding. Additional charges of failure to drive with due care-speed greater than reasonable, and possession of drug paraphernalia, were both dismissed.