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Five people sentenced on felony charges in Southeast District Court

A Class C felony is punishable by five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

JSSP Felony Report

Five people were sentenced recently in Southeast District Court.

Carrie Lynn Longie, 50, Jamestown, pleaded guilty to terrorizing, a Class C felony, and disorderly conduct, a Class B misdemeanor.

Longie was accused of threatening an individual by saying she would harm the individual’s family members on Aug. 2.

Judge Troy LeFevre sentenced Longie to 219 days in the Stutsman County Correctional Center with credit for 212 days served. Longie was also placed on 18 months supervised probation.

A Class C felony is punishable by five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. A Class B misdemeanor is punishable by 30 days in prison and a $1,500 fine.

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Matthew Ray Johnson, 23, Jamestown, pleaded guilty to failure to register as a sexual offender, a Class C felony.

Johnson was accused of failing to register as a sexual offender within three days with the law enforcement agency having local jurisdiction of the new residence from Aug. 25 to Oct. 4.

LeFevre sentenced Johnson to 90 days in the Stutsman County Correctional Center with credit for eight days served. Johnson is eligible for electronic home monitoring that must be served by Aug. 1. Johnson was placed on 18 months supervised probation and ordered to pay a $400 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $35 indigent defense application fee, $300 indigent recoupment and a $25 victim-witness fee.

Savannah Renae Lies, 37, Jamestown, pleaded guilty to theft of property, a Class C felony.

Lies was accused of taking and keeping clothing and miscellaneous items from a business valued at over $2,000 on Dec. 1.

LeFevre sentenced Lies to 42 days in the Stutsman County Correctional Center with credit for 42 days served. Lies was placed on 24 months supervised probation and ordered to successfully complete the Drug Court Program. Lies was also ordered to pay a $400 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $35 indigent defense application fee, $300 indigent recoupment and $25 victim-witness fee.

Jessica Ann Olstad, 32, Jamestown, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class C felony.

Olstad was accused of possessing one or more pipes used with methamphetamine on Feb. 25 with a previous conviction in 2021.

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LeFevre sentenced Olstad to 26 days in the Stutsman County Correctional Center with credit for 26 days served. Olstad was placed on 12 months supervised probation and ordered to complete a diagnostic assessment for chemical dependency and mental health and follow through with any recommended treatment. Olstad was also ordered to pay a $400 criminal/administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $35 indigent defense application fee, $300 indigent recoupment and $25 victim-witness fee.

Christopher Houston Perman, 31, Jamestown, pleaded guilty to failure to register as a sexual offender, a Class C felony.

Perman was accused of failing to register a change in his address within three days with the local law enforcement agency and being a homeless individual and failing to register for three days on Nov. 29.

LeFevre sentenced Perman to 90 days in the Stutsman County Correctional Center with credit for 12 days served. Perman was ordered not to possess or own firearms for 365 days. Perman is eligible for the Cooperative Treatment Release Program. Perman was ordered to pay a $400 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $35 indigent defense application fee, $300 indigent recoupment and $25 victim-witness fee.

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