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Court proceedings for March 4, 2017

MUNICIPAL COURT > CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL/ MINOR Zane Tristin Koppang, 18, Cleveland, $200 fines/fees, five days suspended, 25 hours community service. CONTEMPT OF COURT Nathan Daniel Hoff, 34, 401 20th St. SW, five days in 48 hour increments by J...

 

MUNICIPAL COURT

CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL/ MINOR

Zane Tristin Koppang, 18, Cleveland, $200 fines/fees, five days suspended, 25 hours community service.

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CONTEMPT OF COURT

Nathan Daniel Hoff, 34, 401 20th St. SW, five days in 48 hour increments by June 24.

CONTEMPT OF COURT/ CRIMINAL MISCHIEF/DROVE WHILE LICENSE WAS REVOKED/DUI (SECOND OFFENSE IN SEVEN YEARS)

Laura Marie Wishinsky, 29, Bismarck, $30 administrative fees-general, $1,525 fines/ fees, $25 victim-witness fee, 10 days, seven days credit for time served, three days to be served with electronic monitoring, obtain an evaluation, 24/7 sobriety program.

DROVE WHILE OPERATOR’S LICENSE WAS SUSPENDED

Sara Jacquelyn Smith, 28, 1003 5th Ave. NE Apt. 1, $500 fines/fees, 15 days to be served with electronic monitoring with work release by March 31.

DUI (SECOND OFFENSE IN SEVEN YEARS)

Michael Lee Andre, 69, Grand Forks, $1,500 fines/fees, 10 days, seven days credit for time served, three days to be served with electronic monitoring through ADAPT of Grand Forks by March 24, obtain an evaluation, 24/7 sobriety program.

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DUI/APC

Brenna Rae Ramirez, 22, Ludington, Mich., $500 fines/ fees, 10 days suspended, obtain an evaluation.

FAILED TO STOP AND REMAIN AT SCENE OF ACCIDENT

Clinton Elliot Martin, 43, 806 2nd Ave. NE, $400 fines/fees, five days suspended.

SIMPLE ASSAULT

Ashley Lynn Johnson, 25, 1205 Western Park Village, $50 fines/fees, one year deferred imposition of sentence.

SOUTHEAST DISTRICT COURT

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DRIVING WHILE LICENSE PRIVILEGE IS SUSPENDED

Travis James Allcock, 33, Tappen, two counts, $200 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $35 indigent defense application fee, $100 indigent recoupment, $25 victim-witness fee (Blumer).

POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

Sarah Jane Broderick, 33, Cleveland, $200 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/ facility administration fee, $35 indigent defense application fee, $100 indigent recoupment, $25 victim-witness fee, not possess or own firearms for one year (Blumer). Aimee Nicole Haugen, 25, Litchville, $200 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $35 indigent defense application fee, $100 indigent recoupment, $25 victim-witness fee, not possess or own firearms for one year, one year deferred imposition of sentence (Blumer).

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Tiera Banuelos, Jamestown, and Gunnar Syverson, Minot. Amanda Porter and Gabriel Cichos, both Jamestown. Danelle Boon and Marvin Ferrin, both Gackle. Alfredia Fraction, Moorhead, Minn., and Martin Nussbaum, Jamestown. Mya Taylor and James Behnke, both Jamestown. Jessica Haak and Anthony Edland, both Jamestown. Wuraola Olaiya and Solomon Alfa, both Jamestown.

JFD CALLS

Jamestown Fire Department calls Feb 3–March 1:

Ready squad calls for fire alarm activations where no smoke or fire was detected and fire alarms were reset:

Feb. 3: 8:16 p.m., 2404 Circle Drive, North Dakota State Hospital-Tompkins Building. Cause: steam set the fire alarm off. Time out: 35 minutes.

Feb. 4: 9:52 a.m., 2404 Circle Drive, NDSH-Tompkins Building. Cause: cooking. Time out: 35 minutes.

Feb. 5: 12:07 p.m., 2404 Circle Drive, NDSH-Tompkins Building. Cause: steam set the fire alarm off. Time out: 30 minutes.

Feb. 6: 10:50 a.m., NDSHNew Horizon Building. Cause: unknown. Time out: 25 minutes.

Feb. 13: 5:20 p.m., 1104 25th St. SW, Edgewood Living Center. Cause: burnt food. Time out: 25 minutes.

Feb. 13: 6:06 p.m., 319 5th St. NE, Lincoln Elementary School. Cause: accidental alarm activation. Time out: 15 minutes.

Feb. 13: 7:38 p.m., 5855 3rd St., Cavendish Farms. Cause: steam from fryers. Time out: 20 minutes.

Feb. 17: 10:34 a.m., 501 19th St. NE, Ave Maria Village. Cause: accidental alarm activation. Fire alarm was reset. Time out: 20 minutes.

Feb. 20: 10:07 p.m., 2404 Circle Drive, NDSH-Tompkins Building. Cause: steam from shower. Fire alarm was reset. Time out: 35 minutes.

Feb. 24: 6:51 a.m., 2605 Circle Drive, NDSH-Lahaug Building. Cause: mist from air freshener. Fire alarm was reset. Time out: 40 minutes.

March 1: 9:47 a.m., 1910 27th Ave. SE, Butler Machinery. Cause: systems malfunction. Occupant was advised to have the system checked. Fire alarm would not reset. Time out: 20 minutes.

March 1: 12:11 p.m., 1910 27th Ave. SE, Butler Machinery. Cause: systems malfunction. Occupant was advised to have the system checked. Fire alarm would not reset. Time out: 25 minutes.

March 2: 12:22 a.m., 1910 27th Ave. SE, Butler Machinery. Cause: systems malfunction. Occupant was advised to have the system checked. Fire alarm would not reset. Time out: 1 hour, 20 minutes.

Ready squad carbon monoxide calls:

Feb. 21: 10:53 p.m., 521 16th St. NE, single-family dwelling. Firefighters analyzed for carbon monoxide, and 129 ppm was detected. Occupant was advised to stay elsewhere until repairs were made. Cause: possible hot water heater malfunction. Time out: 1 hour, 5 minutes.

Feb. 27: 9:22 p.m., 1519 Skyline Drive NE, single-family dwelling. Firefighters analyzed for carbon monoxide, and 300 ppm was detected. Occupant was advised to stay elsewhere until repairs were made. Cause: broken pipe on the furnace exhaust. Time out: 25 minutes.

March 1: 10:10 a.m., 206 1st Ave. S, Village Suites. Firefighters analyzed for carbon monoxide, and 0 ppm was detected. Cause: smoke smell from damaged equipment. Time out: 15 minutes.

Other calls:

Feb. 7: 3:08 p.m., ready squad responded to 1517 Gardenette Drive, multi-family dwelling, to investigate odor smell. Firefighters checked for smoke/fire; none was detected. Cause: possible sewer gas. Time out: 20 minutes.

Feb. 14: 8:13 a.m., ready squad responded to 1022 8th Ave. SE, single-family dwelling, at the request of city police to check air quality in the structure. Time out: 30 minutes.

Feb. 17: 12:32 p.m., fire department responded to 615 5th St. NE, single-family dwelling, to a report of a natural gas leak. Firefighters evacuated the surrounding area and waited on Montana-Dakota Utilities to stop the leak. Cause: ice from the roof broke the pipe off from the gas meter. No injuries reported. Time out: 1 hour,10 minutes.

 

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