For the Record

For the Record July 31 – August 6, 2003

James E. Means, 1219 Douglas, Yankton: Speeding other roadways, $55 plus costs.

Jason Huyvaert, 115 Elm, Vermillion: Disturbing the peace, $3 plus costs.

Arthur L. Rusch, Presiding: July 31 – August 6, 2003

Frederick L. Cage, 7600 Jasmine Pl., Lincoln, NE: Driving under influence � 4th offense, recharged; Driving under influence � 4th offense, costs, 18 months penitentiary. Conditions: 1. Shall repay Clay County for court-appointed attorney fees and costs of blood testing; 2. Make a contribution to the Vermillion Dare Program; 3. Shall be given credit for 98 days towards said sentence plus for time spent in inpatient treatment program.

Brian R. Salmon, 2409 S. Glendale Ave., Sioux Falls: Driving under influence � 3rd offense, recharged; Driving under influence � 3rd offense, $500 plus costs, 180 days jail. Two years penitentiary is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Shall serve 180 days in county jail; 2. Pay fines and costs; 3. Make a contribution to Vermillion Dare Program; 4. Make arrangements to serve jail time in other counties, but must start Aug. 16, 2003 at 9 a.m.; 5. Shall be under supervision of court services and shall obey all rules, regulations and conditions imposed by them even though they may not be specifically set out by this court order; 6. Shall obey all federal, state, local and municipal laws and be a good law abiding citizen in all respects; 7. Shall not consume/use/possess alcohol, controlled drugs or marijuana and submit to breath/blood/urine testing upon request from his probation officer and pay the costs of said tests; 8. Unless attending an approved educational or training program he must work regularly at a lawful job or occupation and support all dependents to the best of his ability; 9. Shall cooperate with all recommendations for aftercare including AA.

David L. West, 1208 E. Clark, Apt. #4, Vermillion: Conspiracy burglary � 2nd degree, costs, 10 years penitentiary. Five years penitentiary is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Shall cooperate fully with all drug and alcohol counseling available in the penitentiary; 2. Shall receive 224 days credit towards sentence; 3. Shall be under supervision of Board of Pardons & Paroles and shall obey all their rules, regulations and conditions imposed by them even though they may not have been specifically set out by this court; 4. Shall obey all federal, state, local and municipal laws and be a good law abiding citizen in all respects; 5. Shall not consume/use/possess alcohol, controlled drugs or marijuana and shall submit to urine/breath/blood testing at any time requested to do so by their parole officer and shall be responsible for cost of tests. Shall not enter any premises where sale of alcohol is their primary business; 6. Shall be subject to random search and seizure by parole or law enforcement officers upon reasonable suspicion that he is violating any provision of this sentence or parole agreement; 7. Shall pay all fines and costs imposed by this court; 8. Shall repay all court-appointed attorney fees; 9. Unless attending an approved educational or training program, he must work regularly at a lawful occupation and support all dependents to the best of his ability; 10. May not own or possess any firearm or destructive device and may not obtain a permit to carry a concealed weapon permit.

Michelle Toussaint, 1306 National St., Yankton: Keep place for use or sale of controlled substance, recharged; Possession controlled substance, recharged; Ingest intoxicant other than alcoholic beverage, recharged; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Keep place for use or sale of controlled substance, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Possession controlled substance, costs; Ingest intoxicant other than alcoholic beverage, dismissed � motion by prosecutor. Imposition of sentence is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Make contribution to Vermillion Dare; 2. Shall be under supervision of court services and obey all rules, regulations and conditions imposed by them even if not specifically set out by this court order; 3. Shall obey all federal, state, local and municipal laws and be a good law abiding citizen in all respects; 4. Shall not consume/use/possess alcohol, controlled drugs or marijuana and submit to a urine/breath/blood test at any time requested by her probation officer and pay the costs of said tests; 5. Shall be subject to random search and seizure by probation or law enforcement officers upon suspicion a violation has occurred; 6. Shall repay this county for court-appointed attorney fees; 7. Shall repay the state of South Dakota for costs of testing; 8. Shall obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with recommendations for treatment and/or aftercare; 9. Unless attending an approved educational or training program she must work regularly at a lawful occupation or job and support all dependents to the best of her ability.

Mary Dell Cody, Presiding: July 31 – August 6, 2003

Jeremy Menard, 548 W. Johnson St., 602B, Madison: Reckless driving, $350 plus costs; Driving under influence – 1st offense, dismissal – reduction.

Kevin Myron, 715 Brooks Dr., Vermillion: Driving under influence – 1st offense, $350 plus costs.

Terry L. Hennings, 11521 Brandon Parke Trl., Austin, TX: Driving under influence � 1st offense, $500 plus costs; Possession of alcohol by minor, costs.

August 7-13, 2003

Jonathan Donald, 514 Thomas St., Vermillion: Possession of alcohol by minor, *dismissed – motion by prosecutor. *This offense has a previous disposition and may have been previously reported as having been disposed.

Cody Delozier, 1908 Cedar, Yankton: Speeding on state highway, $55 plus costs.

Brooke Kroetch, PO Box 122 – 509 S. Dupree, Philip: Renewal registration during assigned month, $50 plus costs.

Chandra L. Ewing, 26 Elm St., Apt. #2, Vermillion: Failure to make proper stop at stop intersection, $50 plus costs.

Andrew J. Ward, 215 Spruce, 14, Vermillion: Careless driving, dismissal – deferred prosecution.

Tammy Gilson, 301 Bunker Ln. #22, Yankton: Petty theft, 2nd degree, less $100, dismissed – motion by prosecutor.

Jessica Kay Runge, 111 Center St., Vermillion: Possession of alcohol by minor, $50 plus costs.

Daniel D. Hofer, 67374 310th, Dexter, MN: Log book/other violations, $50 plus costs.

David T. Nguyen, 510 McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ: Speeding on state highway, $35 plus costs.

Travis Hauger, 510 Walnut, #A, Yankton: Speeding on state highway, $55 plus costs.

Nelvin Vanesson, 242 180th Ave., Edgerton, MN: Careless driving, $50 plus costs.

Jessica S. Stephan, 429 W. 25th St., South Sioux City, NE: Municipal speeding, $35 plus costs.

Kelly Jo Brown, 703 E. Main St., Elk Point: Municipal speeding, $33 plus costs.

Abby Gayle Hanson, 1233 E. 5th St., Winner: Speeding on state highway, $55 plus costs.

Rae Lynn Slowey, 912 W. 15th St., Yankton: Speeding on state highway, $55 plus costs.

Sue Marie Johnson, 631 E. Lewis St., Vermillion: Careless driving, $48 plus costs.

Maren Orton, PO Box 105, Rosholt: Speeding on state highway, $55 plus costs.

Randel J. Tjeerdsma, 2601 Deer Blvd., Yankton: Speeding on state highway, $15 plus costs.

Corey L. Larson, 23 Elm St., Vermillion: Renewal registration during assigned month, $50 plus costs.

Timothy Ted Schellhammer, 4 Sycamore Ave., Vermillion: Speeding on state highway, $55 plus costs.

Joseph D. Van Goor, 702 W. Clark St., Vermillion: Fail to maintain financial responsibility, dismissed – motion by court.

Jennifer Glidden, 4400 Perry Way, Sioux City, IA: County speeding, $38 plus costs.

Mary Dell Cody Presiding, August 7-13, 2003

Leslie M. Coulter, 804 S. Phillips Ave., Sioux Falls: Possession controlled substance, recharged; Possession controlled substance, recharged; Possess two ounces of marijuana or less, recharged; Ingest intoxicant other than alcoholic beverage, recharged; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed – motion by prosecutor; Possession controlled substance, dismissed – motion by prosecutor; Possess two ounces of marijuana or less, dismissed – motion by prosecutor; Ingest intoxicant other than alcoholic beverage, $300 plus costs, 40 days jail. Thirty days jail is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Repayment of court appointed attorney fees within sixty (60) days of judgement.

Sharon M. Morris, 30817 456th Ave., Volin: Insufficient fund check, 2nd degree, $100-$500, $200 plus costs.

Sam Begay, 400 Carr St., #306, Vermillion: Possess two ounces of marijuana or less, dismissed – motion by prosecutor; Ingest intoxicant other than alcoholic beverage, dismissed – motion by prosecutor; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed – motion by prosecutor.

James Triplette, 9 Maple St., Wakonda: False report to authorities, $250 plus costs, Aiding and abetting unauthorized use of vehicle or vessel, dismissed – motion by prosecutor; Possession of alcohol by minor, $48 plus costs.

Winona Spotted Calf, 400 Carr St., #306, Vermillion: Possess two ounces of marijuana or less, $300 plus costs, 2 days jail; Ingest intoxicant other than alcoholic beverage, dismissed – motion by prosecutor; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed – motion by prosecutor.

Lee Tieman, 916 Rice Dr., Vermillion: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs, 5 days jail. Five days jail is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Alcohol evaluation within thirty days of judgement.

Adam Winckler, 204 Green St., Yankton: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs; Seat belt violation, dismissed – motion by prosecutor.

Breana Brennan, 810 4th St., Ponca, NE: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs.

Arthur L. Rusch, Presiding: August 7-13, 2003

Liza Knappe, 808 Allison St., Vermillion: Keep place for use or sale of controlled substance, recharged; Possession controlled substance, recharged; Manufacture/distribute/possess sched. I or II, recharged; Possess two ounces of marijuana or less, recharged; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Keep place for use or sale of controlled substance, costs; Possession controlled substance, dismissed – motion by prosecutor; Manufacture/distribute/possess drugs sched. I or II, dismissed – motion by prosecutor; Possess two ounces of marijuana or less, dismissed – motion by prosecutor. Imposition of sentence is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Shall be under supervision of court services and obey all their rules, regulations and conditions imposed by them even if not specifically set out by this order. 2. Shall obey all federal, state, local and municipal laws and be a good law-abiding citizen in all respects; 3. Shall not consume/use/possess alcohol, marijuana or controlled substances and submit to breath/blood/urine testing upon request of probation officer and pay for tests. Shall not enter any premises where alcoholic beverages is the primary business; 4. Shall be subject to random search and seizure by probation or law enforcement officer upon reasonable suspicion that they are violating any provision of this sentence or their probation agreement; 5. Shall pay all fines and costs; 6. Shall repay court appointed attorney fees; 7. Shall obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations for treatment and/or aftercare; 8. Unless attending an approved educational or training program, she must work regularly at a lawful occupation or job and support all dependents to the best of her ability; 9. Shall complete her college degree during period of probation.

Ryan Wittler, 1306 National St., Yankton: Keep place for use or sale of controlled substance, recharged; Possession controlled substance, recharged; Ingest intoxicant other than alcoholic beverage, recharged; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed – motion by prosecutor; Keep place for use or sale of controlled substance, dismissed – motion by prosecutor; Possession controlled substance, costs; Ingest intoxicant other than alcoholic beverage, dismissed – motion by prosecutor. Imposition of sentence is based on the following conditions: 1. Shall make a contribution to Vermillion Dare Program; 2. Shall be under supervision of court services and shall obey all their rules, regulation and conditions imposed by them even not specifically set out by this court order; 3. Shall obey all federal, state, local and municipal laws and be a good law-abiding citizen in all respects; 4. Shall not consume/use/possess marijuana, controlled substances or alcohol and shall submit to breath/blood/urine testing upon request of his probation officer and he shall be responsible for paying for such tests. May not enter any premises where alcohol is the primary business; 5. Shall be subject to random search and seizure by probation or law enforcement officers upon suspicion that a violation has occurred; 6. Shall pay all fines and costs; 7. Shall repay this county for all court appointed attorney fees; 8. Shall obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations for treatment and/or aftercare; 9. Unless attending an approved educational or training he must work regularly at a lawful occupation or job & support all of their dependents to the best of their ability; 10. During probation he shall complete his G.E.D.

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