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FARIBAULT COUNTY

DISTRICT COURT

Speeding — Patrick Dennis Haney, 51, of Papillion, NE: Fined $125, Igor Joshua Shevchenko, 24, of Bricelyn, Randen Lynn Moser, 46, of Watertown, SD: Both fined $145, Dante Gabino Lopez, 21, of Albert Lea: Fined $225.

Child under 8 and under 57 inches not fastened — Toyi Eline Erasto, 26, of Lansing, MI: Fined $135.

Seat belt required-driver and passenges must use — Marlin Fredric Krupp, 80, of Elmor: Fined $110.

Driving after revocation — April Deborah Lopez, 46, of Blue Earth: Fined $285.

Joseph Paschke Burtt Hans, 37, of Blue Earth pled guilty to a felony charge of distribute via electronic communication material that relates/describes sexual conduct to a child on 7/24/23: Fined $835. On 9/25/23 Disposition-Stay of adjudication. On 11/27/23 Amended court decision-If defendant is not in treatment on 12/8/23, defendant needs to report to jail.

Jordan William Stelter, 26, of Jewell, IA was convicted on a felony charge of 2nd degree possess 25 grams or more cocaine or methamphetamine: Fined $910. Sentenced to commit to Commissioner of Corrections-MN correctional facility-St. Cloud, 58 months, stay for 5 years, supervised probation, 5 years, local confinement-180 days, stay 0 years 0 months 0 days credit for time served: 23 days. Serve as: work release (if eligible), sentence to serve (if eligible). Comment-May qualify for work release and STS if meets jail qualifications. Condition-Complete and pay for a comprehensive assessment within 30 days of sentencing and follow all recommendations in a timely manner. Defendant must sign all releases for assessor to obtain collateral information from assigned probation agent(s), assigned social worker(s) if any, mental health treatment provider(s) if any, relevant family/household members and recent treatment providers as part of their assessment. Defendant mus successfully complete the level of treatment and aftercare recommended rather than choosing a lesser level of care. No mood-altering chemicals, including alcohol, not prescribed by a licensed physician, random testing, per request of probation or law enforcement to ensure compliance, cognitive skill training, complete as directed by agent, conditions, other, cooperate with interstate compact transfer, follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact probation officer as directed, tell probation officer within 72 hours if have contact with law enforcement, are charged with any new crime or change address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with the search of person, resident, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer, sign releases of information as directed, give a DNA sample when directed, do not use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state.

William John Hinderscheit, 58, of New Richland was convicted of driving after revocation: Fined $285. Other charges of seat belt required-driver and passengers must use and no proof of motor vehicle insurance were both dismissed.

MARTIN COUNTY

DISTRICT COURT

Speeding — Mollie Elizabeth Dau, 37, of Milford, IA: Fined $125, Sarah Elizabeth Jansencrooks, 43, of Saint Paul: Fined $135.

Maritza Marisol Chavez Martin, 23, of Fairmont was convicted of DWI-Operate motor vehicle-Alcohol concentration 0.08 within 2 hours: Fined $910. Sentenced to local confinement 364 days, stay 359 days for 2 years credit for time served: 5 days, 2 years supervised probation. Conditions-Follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact probation officers as directed, tell probation officer within 72 hours if have contact with law enforcement, are charged with any new crime, change address employment or telephone number. Cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer, sign releases of information as directed, do not use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives, if prohibited by law, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, may be permitted to travel out of the country to Peru as long as probation agent does not object to it. complete and pay for a comprehensive assessment within 60 days of sentencing and follow all recommendations timely. Defendant must sign all releases for assessor to obtain collateral information from assigned probation agent9s0, assigned social worker(s) if any, mental health treatment provider(s) if any, relevant family/household members and recent treatment providers as part of assessment. Defendant must successfully complete the level of treatment and aftercare recommended rather than choosing a lesser level of care, attent MADD Impact Panel, no alcohol/controlled substance use, with the exception of prescribed medications, no possession of alcohol or drugs, with the exception of prescribed medications, may be allowed to possess alcohol for means of employment at El

Agave, random testing, restitution reserved for 60 days. A charge of DWI-Operate motor vehicle under influence of alcohol was dismissed and a charge traffic collision-driver involved fails to stop for collision-driven or attended vehicle was also dismissed.

Nicolas Erin Eckwright, 22, of Wells was convicted of felony 3rdDegree-possess 10 grams or more a narcotic drug other than heroin: Fined $1685. Sentenced to local confinement 25 days credit for time served: 25 days, 3 years supervised probation. Conditions-Follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact probation officer as directed, tel probation officer within 72 hours if have contact with law enforcement, are charged with any new crime, change address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with the search of your person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer, sign releases of information as directed, give a DNA sample when directed, do not us or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives, complete diagnostic assessment, no alcohol/controlled substance use, with the exception of prescribed medications, no possession of alcohol or drugs, with the exception of prescribed medications, random testing, cognitive skill training, do not leave Minnesota without written court approval. Conditions other-Complete GED, complete comprehensive assessment, domestic abuse evaluation, follow recommendations of evaluation, no same or similar, complete chemical assessment, obtain an updated chemical assessment within 5 business days and follow all recommendations from the assessment immediately.

Nathan John Planting, 42, of Fairmont was convicted of Driving after revocation: Fined $285. Also convicted of Uninsured vehicle-driver violation: Fined $200.

Anthony Charles Schultz, 32, of Fairmont was convicted on a felony charge of 5th degree-Possess schedule 1,2,3,4-not small amount marijuana: Fined $1185. Sentenced to local confinement 30 days credit for time served: 19 days, commit to Commissioner of Corrections-MN correctional facility-St. Cloud, 1 year 1 days, stay for 5 years, 5 years supervised probation. Comment-Work release and STS are granted. Conditions-Follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact probation officer as directed, tel probation officer within 72 hours if have contact with law enforcement, are charged with any new crime, change address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with the search of your person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer, sign releases of information as directed, give a DNA sample when directed, do not us or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives, complete and pay for comprehensive assessment within 60 days of sentencing and follow all recommendations timely. Defendant must sign all releases for assessor to obtain collateral information from assigned probation agent(s), assigned social worker(s) if any, mental health treatment provider(s) if any, relevant family/household members and recent treatment providers as part of assessment. Defendant mus successfully complete the level of treatment and aftercare recommended rather than choosing a lesser level of care, random testing, complete diagnostic assessment, if recommended by probation agent, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, no alcohol/controlled substance use, with the exception of prescribed medication, no possession of alcohol or drugs, with the exception of prescribed medications, provide list of prescribed medications to probation officer, cognitive skill training, if recommended by probation agent. Other charges of felony 4th degree-possess schedule 1/2/3 except marijuana with inten to sell and driving after revocation were both dismissed.

Brett William Meyeraan, 38, of Trimont was convicted of public nuisance-interfere/obstruct/render dangerous public road/water: Fined $1558.85. Sentenced to local confinement 90 days, stay 90 days for 1 year, 1 year unsupervised probation. Condition-pay restitution, in the amount of $1358.85. Conditions other-no violations of the law of a misdemeanor level or greater. Another charge of roads-remove earth/gravel/rock from highway was dismissed.

Kiley Marie Ziemer, 28, of Fairmont was convicted of DWI-operate motor vehicle under influence of alcohol: Fined $885. Sentenced to local confinement 364 days for 2 years credit for time served: 11 days, 2 years supervised probation. Comment-Credit for the 5 days in jail and the 6 days served on EHM. Must serve the remaining 19 days on EHM with Alco Sensor. Work release is granted. Conditions-Complete an updated comprehensive assessment and follow all recommendations, attend MADD Impact Panel, no alcohol/controlled substance use, with the exception of prescribed medication, no possession of alcohol or drugs, with the exception of prescribed medications, random testing, no same or similar, follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact probation officer as directed, tell probation officer within 72 hours if have contact with law enforcement, are charged with any new crime, change address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with the search of your person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer, sign releases of information as directed, do not use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives, if prohibited by law, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, complete post sentence investigation, as directed by probation agent, complete diagnostic assessment, complete a diagnostic/psychological evaluation within thirty days.

Willard John Wolfe, 60, of Omaha, NE, was convicted of DWI-Operate motor vehicle-alcohol concentration 0.08 within 2 hours: Fined $885. Sentenced to local confinement 364 days, stay 362 days for 2 years credit for time served: 2 days, 2 years supervised probation. Conditions-Complete and pay for a comprehensive assessment within 30 days of sentencing and follow all recommendations in a timely manner. Defendant must sign all releases for assessor to obtain collateral information from assigned probation agent(s), assigned social worker(s) if any, mental health treatment provider(s) if any, relevant family/household members and recent treatment providers as part of their assessment. Defendant mus successfully complete the level of treatment and aftercare recommended rather than choosing a lesser level of care, no controlled substance, use, with the exception of prescribed medication, no possession of alcohol or drugs, with the exception of prescribed medications, random testing, no same or similar, attend MADD Impact Panel, do not drive without a valid license, follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact probation officer as directed, tell probation officer within 72 hours if have contact with law enforcement, are charged with any new crime, change address, employment, or telephone number, cooperate with the search of your person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer, sign releases of information as directed, do not use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives, if prohibited by law, obtain permission from agent before leaving the state, work with probation agent for transfer of probation to state of Nebraska. Other charges of DWI-operate motor vehicle under influence of alcohol, open bottle law; possession; crime described and seat belt required were all dismissed.

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