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Douglas County Court Report: April 20-29

DOUGLAS COUNTY DISTRICT COURT

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

DOUGLAS COUNTY DISTRICT COURT

Wednesday, April 20

Bailey, Tori Amber Ann, Minot, N.D.; Felony fifth degree controlled substance crime — methamphetamine possession, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in St. Cloud for 12 months, 1 day, stay for 1 day, 365 days local confinement with 243 days credit for time served, $125 fees, conditions of the court, 1 day probation

Tuesday, April 26

Anderson, Traci Lynn, Alexandria; Felony fifth degree controlled substance crime — methamphetamine possession in excess of .25 grams, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in Shakopee for 19 months, stay for 5 years, four days local confinement with four days credit for time served, $210 fees, conditions of the court, 5 years supervised probation

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Thursday, April 28

Stanley, Shannon Maria, Alexandria; Felony controlled substance crime in the first degree — methamphetamine sale in excess of 17 grams, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in Shakopee for 98 months, $125 fees, concurrent; Felony controlled substance crime in the first degree — methamphetamine sale in excess of 17 grams, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in Shakopee for 98 months, $125 fees, concurrent

Friday, April 29

Natewa, Marcus Alan, Onamia; Assault — third degree — substantial bodily harm, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in St. Cloud for 12 months, 1 day, stay for 5 years, 90 days local confinement with 19 days credit for time served, $275 fees, conditions of the court, 5 years supervised probation

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

Travis Gulbrandson covers several beats, including Osakis School Board and Osakis City Council, along with the Brandon-Evansville School Board. His focus will also be on crime and court news.
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