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Douglas County Court Report: Jan. 5-11

DOUGLAS COUNTY DISTRICT COURT

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

DOUGLAS COUNTY DISTRICT COURT

Wednesday, Jan. 5

Hookom, Craig David, Alexandria; Felony domestic abuse no contact order violation, conditions of the court, $125 fees, commit to commissioner of corrections correctional facility in St. Cloud for 15 months, stayed for 5 years, 5 years supervised probation, 32 days local confinement with 32 days credit for time served

Tuesday, Jan. 11

Church, Dillon Todd, Parkers Prairie; Controlled substance crime in the fourth degree — sale of a Schedule I controlled substance, conditions of the court, $50 fees, 30 days local confinement with 4 days credit for time served, 5 years supervised probation

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Rhoades, Monte George, Marshall; Felony issuance of dishonored checks, 90 days local confinement with 26 days credit for time served, conditions of the court, 5 years supervised probation, $1,150.72 fees; Felony fifth degree controlled substance crime — methamphetamine possession in excess of .25 grams, 5 years supervised probation, 90 days local confinement with 26 days credit for time served, $135 fees, conditions of the court

Curry, Christopher Michael, Sauk Centre; Felony third degree assault — inflict substantial bodily harm, 5 years supervised probation, 30 days local confinement, $2,368.62 fees, conditions of the court

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

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