Court report

Appearing in Aitkin County Court before Judge David Hermerding and Judge Erik Askegaard on July 31, and Aug. 2, 5, 8, 9, 12 and 13:

Jesse R. Blunt, 32, Chaska, received a stay of adjudication for driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety; pay $275.

Robert B. Grant, 59, Wadena, was sentenced on disorderly conduct; credit for four days; pay $137. Charges of 4th degree assault of a peace officer and obstructing the legal process were dismissed.

Jessica L. Hanson, 20, Grand Rapids, received a stay of adjudication on 5th degree drug possession; pay $775. Charges of felony 5th degree possession of a controlled substance were dismissed.

Angelica M. Henry-Schmidt, 18, Minneapolis, was sentenced on fleeing a peace officer by means other than a motor vehicle; credit for eight days; pay $312.

James A. Huse, 42, Aitkin, was sentenced on 3rd degree DWI; credit for 24 days; pay $1,012. A similar charge was dismissed.

Christopher M. Pettis, 22, Kasota, was sentenced on DWI; pay $412. A similar charge and charges of driver must carry proof of insurance when operating a motor vehicle and driving after suspension were dismissed.

Christopher M. Rimmer, 28, Pengilly, was sentenced on felony 5th degree possession of a controlled substance; pay $1,062. Rimmer was also sentenced on 2nd degree DWI; credit for 60 days; pay $50. Charges of 2nd degree DWI, driving after revocation, possession of drug paraphernalia and small amount of marijuana were dismissed.

Gregory R. Fisher, 57, homeless, was sentenced on felony 5th degree possession of a controlled substance; credit for 256 days; pay $212. Charges of felony - felon in possession of ammunition and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed.

Christopher J. Gahbow, 33, Aitkin, was sentenced on DWI; pay $312.

Jacob K. A. Johnson, 20, Moorhead, received a stay of adjudication on 5th degree possession of a controlled substance; serve 30 days, Huber/Sentence to Serve as allowed, credit for three days; pay $1,075. A charge of possession of drug paraphernalia was dismissed.

Linda M. Lingerfelt, 47, Amery, WI, was sentenced on trespassing; pay $100. Charges of 5th degree possession of a controlled substance and a hypodermic needle were dismissed.

Ashley J. Pfoser, 24, Palisade, was sentenced on disorderly conduct; provide proof of three sessions of anger management; pay $262. Two domestic assault charges were dismissed.

Keith S. Schneider, 42, St. Cloud, was sentenced on harassment, restraining order violation within 10 years of a previous domestic violence conviction/adjudication; credit for 156 days; pay $462. A charge of felony violation of harassment restraining order was dismissed.

Shawn A. Stolp, 42, Princeton, received a stay of adjudication on driving after suspension; pay $100.

Paul R. Taylor, 39, Hill City, was sentenced on 2nd degree DWI; serve 90 days, Huber/STS as allowed, credit for three days; pay $1,092. A similar charge and driving after revocation were dismissed.

Frank L. Martin, 34, McGregor, was sentenced on felony 5th degree possession of a controlled substance; serve 120 days, credit for 75 days;  pay $137. Martin was also sentenced on 4th degree burglary; serve 110 days, credit for 75 days; pay $50. Two charges of felony 1st degree burglary - assault person in the building, felony 1st degree burglary, domestic assault - bodily harm and felony domestic assault were dismissed.

Jacobi G. LaPrairie, 23, Duluth, was sentenced on duty to drive with due care - speed greater than reasonable; serve 90 days, Huber/STS as allowed, credit for 47 days; pay $212.

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