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Cases Disposed: Aug. 3-20

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The Douglas County Courthouse in Alexandria. (Echo Press file photo)

DOUGLAS COUNTY DISTRICT COURT

Tuesday, Aug. 3

Undem, Jessica Lynn, Alexandria; Felony issuance of dishonored checks, $3,039.42 fees, 5 years supervised probation, 35 days jail with 23 days credit for time served, conditions of the court

Braun, Dekotah Donald John, Starbuck; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - methamphetamine possession under .25 grams, $285 fees, 5 years supervised probation, 24 days jail with 16 days credit for time served, conditions of the court

Wednesday, Aug. 4

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Braun, Dekotah Donald John, Starbuck; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - methamphetamine possession under .25 grams, dismissed

Thursday, Aug. 5

Anderson, Brian Alexander, Evansville; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - methamphetamine possession, $50 fees, conditions of the court, 23 days jail with 23 days credit for time served, five years supervised probation

Fogg, Andrew Lamarr, Brooten; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - marijuana possession in excess of 42.5 grams, conditions of the court, $100 fees, 10 days jail with three days credit for time served, three years supervised probation

Tuesday, Aug. 10

Carbone, David Anthony, Starbuck; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - methamphetamine possession, conditions of the court, five years supervised probation, $135 fees, 15 days jail stay five days for five years with five days credit for time served

Wednesday, Aug. 11

Eicher, Melissa Marie, Center City; Felony 1st degree driving while impaired - operate a motor vehicle while under the influence, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in Shakopee, 363 days local jail with credit for 242 days served, $160 fees, conditions of the court, seven years supervised probation

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Thursday, Aug. 12

Stace, Tina Louise, Elbow Lake; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - methamphetamine possession in excess of .25 grams, dismissed

Lee, Eva Elisabethe Rose, Minneapolis; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - marijuana possession in excess of 42.5 grams, dismissed; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - possession of resinous marijuana in excess of .25 grams, dismissed

Perkins, Leslie Ann, Brandon; Felony wrongly obtaining public assistance, dismissed; Felony perjury, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in Shakopee, 10 days local jail with credit for two days served, $175 fees, conditions of the court, five years supervised probation

Schad, Hannah Luella, Nelson; Felony wrongfully obtaining public assistance, conditions of the court, three years unsupervised probation, $1,643.13 fees; Felony perjury, dismissed

Tuesday, Aug. 17

Abel, Jonathan Patrick, Alexandria; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, dismissed; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - methamphetamine possession under .25 grams, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in St. Cloud, 151 days local jail with credit for 151 days served, $135 fees, conditions of the court, five years supervised probation

Wednesday, Aug. 18

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Judkins, Gary Mitchell, Alexandria; Felony predatory offender registration violation - knowingly commit an act of fail to fill a registration, dismissed

Thursday, Aug. 19

Burley, Eric Joseph, St. Paul; Felony 3rd degree controlled substance crime - heroin possession in excess of three grams, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in St. Cloud, 197 days local jail with credit for 131 days served, $135 fees, conditions of the court, five years supervised probation; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance, dismissed

Holm, Caleb James, Camp Verde, Ariz.; Felony controlled substance crime in the first degree - methamphetamine sale in excess of 17 grams, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in St. Cloud, 165 days local jail with credit for 110 days served, $135 fees, conditions of the court, 10 years supervised probation

Caswell, Justin Michael, Alexandria; Felony fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in St. Cloud, 59 days local jail with credit for 39 days served, $185 fees, conditions of the court, two years supervised probation

Friday, Aug. 20

Burley, Eric Joseph, St. Paul; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - methamphetamine possession in excess of .25 grams, dismissed; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - heroin possession in under 0.5 grams, dismissed; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - heroin possession in under 0.5 grams, dismissed

Moran, LaShaun Tarez, Grand Forks, N.D.; Felony 3rd degree assault - inflict substantial bodily harm to another person, dismissed; Felony domestic assault - inflict bodily harm - two or three previous qualified domestic violence-related counts, dismissed; Felony domestic assault by strangulation, dismissed

Burley, Eric Joseph, St. Paul; Felony 5th degree controlled substance crime - methamphetamine possession in excess of .25 grams, dismissed

This is not a comprehensive report of all district court activity, rather, a brief recap of felony charges.

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