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Court proceedings and marriage licenses for Nov. 19, 2022

Recent cases reported from Jamestown Municipal and Southeast District courts and marriage licenses filed.

JSSP Court Report
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JAMESTOWN MUNICIPAL COURT 

The Jamestown Municipal Court judge is Lawrence Kropp.

Note: All individuals reside in Jamestown unless otherwise noted. Individuals with a deferred imposition of sentence will have the charge or charges dismissed at the end of the deferred imposition if they have met the conditions of the sentence.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT

Taylor Jacob Orr, 26, Ypsilanti, North Dakota, $500 administrative fees-general, $30 costs, $195 fines/fees, $25 victim/witness fee, chemical dependency evaluation, complete recommended treatment, five days suspended.

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DROVE IN VIOLATION OF RESTRICTIONS

Benjamin Scott Grindheim, 29, $30 administrative fees-general, $25 costs, $300 fines/fees, $25 victim/witness fee, five days suspended.

DROVE WHILE OPERATOR’S LICENSE WAS SUSPENDED

Austin C. Mills, 18, $30 administrative fees-general, $25 costs, $300 fines/fees, $25 victim/witness fee, five days, four suspended, one day credit for time served.

Nicholas Montaro Sarith, 38, $30 administrative fees-general, $25 costs, $300 fines/fees, $25 victim/witness fee, five days suspended.

SOUTHEAST DISTRICT COURT

The judges of the Southeast District Court in Jamestown include:

Daniel D. Narum, Ellendale, Presiding Judge

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Mark Blumer, Valley City

Bradley Cruff, Wahpeton

Cherie Clark, Jamestown

James D. Hovey, New Rockford

Troy LeFevre, Jamestown

Jay Schmitz, Valley City

The name of the judge who sentenced the individual is listed in parenthesis behind each individual sentence.

Note: All individuals reside in Jamestown unless otherwise noted. Individuals with a deferred imposition of sentence will have the charge or charges dismissed at the end of the deferred imposition if they have met the conditions of the sentence.

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DOMESTIC ASSAULT (SIMPLE)

Adrian Lee Nagel, 27, chemical dependency evaluation, complete recommended treatment, complete domestic violence course, not possess or own firearms for 360 days, 15 days, one day credit for time served (Blumer).

DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION 

Kevin Lee Thu, 61, no current address, Jamestown, $125/ criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $25 victim-witness fee, not possess or own firearms for 360 days, five days (Blumer).

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE PRIVILEGE IS SUSPENDED OR REVOKED/DUI-.08% OR GREATER-THIRD OFFENSE IN 7 YEARS

Anthony Duggan Barse, 29, Mandan, North Dakota, $2,000 fine/state, 360 days supervised probation, 24/7 Sobriety program for 360 days, complete chemical depenndency evaluation and file proof with court within 60 days and follow through with any recommended treatment within 360 days, 60 days, 54 days credit for time served (Blumer).

FLEEING A POLICE OFFICER-VEHICLE

Travis Robert Goodroad, 34, $200 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $500 fine/state, $25 victim-witness fee, not possess or own firearms for 360 days, notify court of address change, 360 days, 359 suspended, one day credit for time served (LeFevre).

RECKLESS DRIVING

Tiffany Amber Briones, 22, $125 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $250 fine/state, $25 victim-witness fee (Blumer).

VIOLATION OF RESTRICTED LICENSE

Kyle James Debuck, 28, Montpelier, North Dakota, $125 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $25 victim-witness fee (Blumer).

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Marriage licenses issued at the Stutsman County Recorder’s Office:

Azalde Diaz and Michael Diede, both Jamestown

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