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Court Dispositions: May 31-June 4, 2019

Freeborn County

District Court

 

May 31

Lacy Rose Carlson, 41, 22729 Bluegrass Road. Count 1: Driving after revocation. Supervised probation for one year. Fees $75. Charge to be dismissed upon completion of sentence. Count 2: Uninsured vehicle – owner violation. Supervised probation for one year. Fees $75. Charge to be dismissed upon completion of sentence. Count 3: Dangerous weapons – metal knuckles/switchblade. Dismissed.

Paul Archer Edwards, 54, 624 Oak Lane. Count 1: DWI. Dismissed. Count 2: DWI – alcohol concentration .08 or more within two hours. Sentenced to 60 days. Stay 59 days for two years. Credit for time served one day. Fees $405.

 

June 3

Jerry Michael Halstead, 22, 616 James Ave. Unit 105. Count 1: Uninsured vehicle – driver violation. Fees $280.

Yolanda Eulia Renett Hulett, 45, 762 Duluth St., St. Paul. Count 1: Fourth-degree intentional damage to property. Sentenced to 90 days. Stay 86 days for one year. Credit for time served for four days. Supervised probation for one year. Fees $130.

Terra Jane Morgan, 46, 226 E. Clark St. Count 1: Driving after cancellation – inimical to public safety. Sentenced to 180 days. Stay 180 days for two years. Supervised probation for two years. Fees $390. Count 2: Traffic collision – driver involved fails to stop for a stop sign – driven or attended vehicle. Sentenced to 180 days. Stay 180 days for two years. Supervised probation for two years. Fees $390.

 

June 4

Anthony George Jiminez Gonzalez, 25, 705 Freeborn Ave. Count 1: Driving without a valid driver’s license. Fees $180.

Nicole Marie Marlin, 37, 2111 Second Ave. S B-1, Minneapolis. Count 1: Felony theft. Sentenced to 10 years unsupervised monitoring without adjudication. Fees including restitution $11,500. Charge to be dismissed upon completion of sentence.

Debra Kimberly Dawn Normand, 23, 207 First Ave. N. Count 1: Drugs – possess over 1.4 grams of marijuana in a motor vehicle. Fees $230.

 

The Tribune publishes all convictions where the financial obligation to the court is $180 or greater or resulted in jail time, probation or community service.