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MARTIN COUNTY

DISTRICT COURT

Lupe D. Gersdorf-Koons, 47, of Granada was convicted on a felony charge of fifth-degree controlled substance possession-not small amount of marijuana; commit to Commissioner of Corrections 15 months, stayed for two years, sentenced to jail 44 days, credit for time served 44 days, concurrent with other case, two years supervised probation, complete chemical assessment, follow all recommendations of evaluation, no mood-altering chemicals unless prescribed by a physician, random testing, 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 changes address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, etc. by 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 or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. Additional charge of possession of drug paraphernalia-use prohibited, was dismissed. Also was convicted on a felony charge of fifth-degree controlled substance possession-not small amount of marijuana; fined $1,085, sentenced to jail 55 days, credit for time served 55 days, five years supervised probation, follow all conditions set forth in the probation agreement, report to agent as directed within 24 hours of sentencing, supply DNA sample, obtain employment, maintain employment, complete chemical assessment, follow all recommendations of evaluation, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, no alcohol/controlled substance use, no alcohol/controlled substance possession, random testing, 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 changes address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, etc. by 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 or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. Additional charge of possession of drug paraphernalia-use prohibited, was dismissed.

Alan T. Flitter, 32, of Blue Earth 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 $1,085, sentenced to jail 30 days, credit for time served three days, serve as work release if eligible, serve on home detention/electronic monitoring if eligible, five years supervised probation, follow all conditions set forth in the probation agreement, complete chemical assessment, follow all recommendations of evaluation, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, maintain employment, no alcohol/controlled substance use, no alcohol/controlled substance possession, random testing, 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 changes address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, etc. by 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 or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. Additional charges of possession of over 1.4 grams of marijuana in a motor vehicle, and possession of drug paraphernalia-use prohibited, were both dismissed.

Steven D. Nowak, 33, of Welcome received a statutory stay of adjudication on a charge of fifth-degree controlled substance possession-not small amount of marijuana; fined $500, sentenced to jail five days, credit for time served five days, one year supervised probation, follow all conditions set forth in the probation agreement, follow all recommendations for treatment, care and aftercare including completion of program at New Life, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, no alcohol/controlled substance use, no alcohol/controlled substance possession, random testing, remain law-abiding, individual therapy, 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 changes 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/possess firearms, ammunition, or explosives. Additional charges of uninsured vehicle-owner violation, and driving restrictions-drive/operate/control motor vehicle without ignition interlock, were both dismissed.

Steven R. Sukalski, 40, of Fairmont was convicted of domestic assault-subsequent violation; fined $385, sentenced to jail 90 days, stayed 87 days for one year, credit for time served three days, one year supervised probation, follow all conditions set forth in the probation agreement, complete diagnostic assessment with Brian Koranda and follow all recommendations, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, no alcohol/controlled substance use, no alcohol/controlled substance possession, random testing, remain law-abiding, follow all discharge recommendations from chemical dependency treatment programming at Beauterre Recovery Institute, individual therapy until appropriately discharged, 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 changes address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, etc. by 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 or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. One additional felony charge of domestic assault by strangulation, and a misdemeanor charge of domestic assault-subsequent violation, were both dismissed.

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