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MUNICIPAL COURT CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL/MINOR Josselyn Denise Pachero, 20, 7084 College Lane, $200 fines/ fees, five days suspended, 30 hours community service. Adrianna Nichole Ranisate, 20, Pierre, S.D., $300 fines/fees, five days, three suspended.

MUNICIPAL COURT

CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL/MINOR

Josselyn Denise Pachero, 20, 7084 College Lane, $200 fines/ fees, five days suspended, 30 hours community service. Adrianna Nichole Ranisate, 20, Pierre, S.D., $300 fines/fees, five days, three suspended.

CONTEMPT OF COURT

Liban Muse Ali, 19, 525 3rd Ave. SW No. 203, five days, two days suspended, three days to be served from April 16-19. Benjamin John Dean Chopper, 21, 1101 8th Ave. SE, six days to be served April 15-21. Brian James Klose, 21, 3698 85th Ave. SE, seven days.

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CONTEMPT OF COURT/SHOPLIFTING/THEFT

Aaron Anderson Hufstetler, 28, No address listed, Jamestown, 14 days. Esther Marie Cruz, 32, Stutsman County Correctional Center, 20 days.

DISPLAY REGISTRATION PLATE KNOWING IT IS FICTITIOUS

Thomas James Mickelson, 31, No address listed, 10 days.

DROVE WHILE OPERATOR’S LICENSE WAS SUSPENDED

Casey Paul Zuck, 29, 1306 10th St. SE, $500 fines/fees, 10 days suspended.

FAILED TO APPLY FOR NEW CERTIFICATE OF TITLE IN 30 DAYS

Lemoyne Jerry Jensen, 50, 407 1st Ave. N, $150 fines/fees.

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SHOPLIFTING/THEFT

Tara Lynn Bauer, 44, 122 Sunnyside Trailer Court, two counts, $30 administrative fees-general, $625 fines/fees, $25 victim-witness fee, 25 days, five days suspended, 15 to be served with electronic monitoring. Kathleen Margaret Ebert, 65, 1414 Gardenette Drive No. 1, 10 days to be served with electronic monitoring.

SIMPLE ASSAULT (DOMESTIC)

Josselyn Denise Pachero, 20, 7084 College Lane, $200 fines/ fees, five days, four days suspended, one day credit for time served.

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF ALCOHOL

Logan Donald Brown, 22, Roseville, Minn., $50 fines/fees.

UNLAWFUL DISCHARGE OF GUN OR FIREARM

Bonnie Lee Larson, 48, 602 3rd St. SE, $150 fines/fees.

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SOUTHEAST DISTRICT COURT

The judges of the Southeast District Court in Jamestown include: Dan Narum, Ellendale, presiding judge; Mark Blumer, Valley City Bradley Cruff, Wahpeton John E. Greenwood, 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.

FAILURE TO PRODUCE LICENSE FOR CONCEALED WEAPON/PROTECTION ORDER VIOLATION

James D. Elstad, 55, 312 9th Ave. SE, $200 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $25 victim-witness fee, six days, three days credit for time served, not possess or own firearms for one year (Greenwood).

POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

Lily Rosalie Cizadlo, 19, 1003 5th St. SE, $125 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/ facility administration fee, $25 victim-witness fee, two days to be served by April 30, chemical dependency evaluation, complete recommended treatment, not possess or own firearms for six months (Narum).

POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA/POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

Dylan James Davis, 20, 1117 6th Ave. NE Apt. 7, $25 community service supervision fee, $125 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $35 indigent defense application fee, $100 indigent recoupment, $25 victim-witness fee, 20 hours community service, one year deferred imposition of sentence, not possess or own firearms for one year (Narum).

Payton George Mckenzie, 18, 6448 College Lane, $25 community service supervision fee, $125 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $25 victim-witness fee, 20 hours community service, six months deferred imposition of sentence, not possess or own firearms for six months (Narum).

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