For the Record

For the Record Mary Dell Cody presiding, Oct. 15-21, 2004

Brett G. Wilcox, #429 Benneweis Hall, Brookings: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs.

Stanley R. Dillon, 462 Bison Trl., Dakota Dunes: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs.

Nathan Olson, 27653 Hwy. 115, Worthing: Driving under influence, first offense, dismissal � reduction; Reckless driving, $350 plus costs.

Jacob Lawrence Deboer, 411 Northeast 3rd St., Madison: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs.

Arthur Rusch presiding, Oct. 22-28, 2004

Natascha McGinley, 405 S. Sycamore, #103, Sioux Falls: Drug free zones created, not sustained at preliminary/grand jury; Keep place for use or sale of controlled substance, not sustained at preliminary/grand jury; Possession controlled substance, recharged; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Ingest intoxicant other than alcoholic beverage, not sustained at preliminary/grand jury; Possess two ounces of marijuana or less, recharged; Inhabit room where drugs illegally stored or used, not sustained at preliminary/grand jury; Delivery of drug paraphernalia, not sustained at preliminary/grand jury; Possess two ounces of marijuana or less, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; *Possession controlled substance, costs, three years penitentiary. *This offense has a previous disposition and may have been previously reported as having been disposed. Imposition of sentence is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Pay restitution and court costs to the Clay County Clerk of Courts; 2. Pay courts costs; 3. Shall sign a standard probation agreement and obey all the rules and regulations placed upon her by her court service officer; 4. Shall submit to random search and seizure of blood/breath/urine upon reasonable suspicion a violation has occurred at the expense of the defendant; 5. Shall submit to random search and seizure of her person and property, upon reasonable suspicion, at the request of her court service officer at her own expense; 6. Shall submit to urine/blood or breath test upon request at any time requested by court service; 7. Shall obey all local, state and federal laws; 8. Defendant shall not consume or possess alcohol, controlled drugs or marijuana; 9. Shall not enter an establishment whose primary source of income is selling alcohol; 10. Shall reimburse Clay County for court-appointed attorney fees; 11. Shall follow all after care recommendations; 12. Shall be employed full-time and/or enrolled in school full time; 13. Shall complete her G.E.D within one year.

Ross F. Jolly, 1005 W. Clark, #110, Vermillion: Driving under influence, 3rd offense, recharged; Driving with suspended (not revoked) license, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Driving under influence, 3rd offense, costs, 180 days jail. Eighteen months penitentiary time is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Shall comply with all aftercare and treatment recommendations from the multiple offenders program; 2. Shall be under the supervision of court services and shall obey all of their rules, regulations and conditions imposed by them even though they may not have been specifically set out by this court; 3. Shall obey all federal, state, local and municipal laws and be a good law-abiding citizens in all respects; 4. Shall not consume any alcoholic beverages of any kind. Shall not use or possess any controlled substances including marijuana. Shall submit to urine/breath/blood testing at any time requested to do so by their probation officer. Shall be responsible for the costs of that testing. May not enter any premises licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages where that is their primary business; 5. Shall be subject to random search and seizure by probation or law enforcement officers upon reasonable suspicion that they are violating any provision of this sentence or of any probation agreement; 6. Shall pay all fines, costs and restitution ordered by this court; 7. Unless attending an approved educational or training program he must work regularly at a lawful occupation or job and support all dependents to the best of his ability.

Mary Christine Redlin, 1829 N. University Rd., Vermillion: Grand theft, over $500, costs, eight years penitentiary; Forgery, costs, four years penitentiary; Forgery, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Grand theft, over $500, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Petty theft, first degree, $100 or more, dismissed � motion by prosecutor. Eight years penitentiary is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Shall serve 24 days in Clay County jail; 2. Sentence shall be served concurrently to sentence imposed on count 10; 3. Shall repay victim fourteen thousand five hundred ninety-eight dollars and twenty-two cents ($14,598.22); 4. Probation may terminate earlier if restitution has been paid in full; 5. Shall repay this county for all court-appointed attorney fees; 6. Shall be under supervision of court services and will obey all rules, regulations and conditions imposed by them though they may not have been specifically set out by this court. If she has financial obligations under this judgment, she shall work out a payment schedule with her probation officer; 7. Shall obey all federal, state, local and municipal laws and be a good law-abiding citizen in all respects; 8. Shall not use/possess controlled drugs including marijuana and will submit to urine/breath/blood testing at any time requested to do so by her probation officer and shall be responsible for the costs of that testing; 9. Shall be subject to random search and seizure by probation or law enforcement officers upon reasonable suspicion that they are violating any provision of this sentence or of any probation agreement; 10. Shall pay all fines and costs ordered by this court; 11. Shall follow all treatment recommendations of her counselor; 12. Shall hold no jobs involving handling money or other fiduciary positions.

Bridget Hohbach, 1925 Princeton Ave., Vermillion: Aggravated assault, recharged; Driving under influence, third offense, recharged; Possess two ounces of marijuana or less, recharged; Assault by prisoner in county jail, recharged; Driving under influence, third offense, costs, one year penitentiary; Aggravated assault, costs, five years penitentiary; Possess two ounces of marijuana or less, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Aggravated assault, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Aggravated assault, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Assault by prisoner in county jail, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Assault by prisoner in county jail, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Vandalism, $100 or less, third degree, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Speeds in excess of those fixed, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed � motion by prosecutor. Two years penitentiary time is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Sentence shall be served concurrently with sentence imposed on count 3; 2. Shall repay this county for all court-appointed attorney fees; 3. Shall cooperate with all drug and alcohol treatment available in the penitentiary; 4. Shall be under supervision of board of pardons and paroles and shall obey all rules, regulation and conditions imposed by them even though they may not have been specifically set out by this court. If she has financial obligations under this judgment, she shall work out a payment schedule with her parole officer; 5. Shall obey all federal, state and local laws and be a good law-abiding citizen in all respects; 6. Shall not consume alcoholic beverages of any kind, use or possess controlled substances including marijuana and shall submit to urine/breath/blood testing at any time requested to do so by parole officer and shall pay for the costs of such testing. May not enter any premises licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages where the sale of alcohol is their primary business; 7. Shall be subject to random search and seizure by parole or law officers upon reasonable suspicion that they are violating any provision of this sentence or of any parole agreement; 8. Shall pay all fines, costs and restitution ordered by this court; 9. Upon her release from prison, she shall obtain an alcohol and drug evaluation and comply with its recommendations for treatment; 10. Shall cooperate with all medication recommendations; 11. Shall complete anger management and parenting classes; 12. Shall send a written letter of apology to all officers and medical technicians.

Ryan M. Porter, 1114 Iowa St., Sioux City, IA: Burglary, third degree, recharged; Possession controlled substance, recharged; Grand theft, over $500, recharged; Possess tools/weapon, intending to commit burglary, recharged; Vandalism, $500 or more, first degree, recharged; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Burglary, third degree, costs, four years penitentiary, 86 days credit; Possession controlled substance, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Grand theft, over $500, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Possess tools/weapon, intending to commit burglary, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Vandalism, $500 or more, first degree, dismissed � motion by prosecutor. Two years penitentiary is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Restitution to victim; 2. Shall comply with all drug treatment available in the penitentiary; 3. Shall be under supervision of board of pardons and paroles and obey all their rules, regulation 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 any alcoholic beverages of any kind, use or possess controlled drugs/substances including marijuana. Shall submit to urine/breath/blood testing at any time requested to do so by their parole officer and shall be responsible for costs of testing. May not enter any premises licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages where that is their primary business; 6. Shall be subject to random search and seizure by parole or law officers upon reasonable suspicion that they are violating any provision of this sentence or of any parole agreement; 7. Shall pay all fines, costs and restitution ordered by this court; 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 program he must work regularly at a lawful occupation or job and support all dependents to the best of his ability; 10. May not own or possess any firearms or destructive devices and may not obtain a permit to carry a concealed weapon.

Josh Hudson, 402 B St., Wagner: Burglary, first degree, recharged; Possession controlled substance, recharged; Grand theft, over $500, recharged; Possess tools/weapon, intending to commit burglary, recharged; Vandalism, $500 or more, first degree, recharged; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Burglary, third degree, costs, three years penitentiary, 86 days credit; Possession of controlled substance, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Grand theft, over $500, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Possess tools/weapon, intending to commit burglary, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Vandalism, $500 or more, first degree, dismissed � motion by prosecutor. Two years penitentiary time is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Shall repay court-appointed attorney fees; 2. Shall be under supervision of board of pardons and paroles. Shall obey all rules, regulations and conditions imposed by them even though they may not have been specifically set out by this court; 3. Shall obey all federal, state, local or municipal laws and be a good law-abiding citizen in all respects; 4. Shall not consume alcoholic beverages of any kind, use or possess controlled substances including 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 paying for such testing; 5. Shall pay all fines, costs and restitution imposed by this court; 6. Unless attending an approved educational or training program he must work regularly at a lawful occupation or job and support all dependents to the best of his ability; 7. Shall complete his G.E.D.

Brenda Sue Reinholdt, 1114 Iowa St., Sioux City, IA: Burglary, third degree, recharged; Possession controlled substance, recharged; Grand theft, over $500, recharged; Possess tools/weapon, intending to commit burglary, recharged; Vandalism, $500 or more, first degree, recharged; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Burglary, third degree, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Possession controlled substance, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Grand theft, over $500, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Possess tools/weapon, intending to commit burglary, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Vandalism, $500 or more, first degree, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Aiding and abetting possess tools/weapon, intending to commit burglary, costs, two and one-half years penitentiary. Two and one half years penitentiary time is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Restitution to victims; 2. Shall repay this county for all court-appointed attorney fees; 3. 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. If she has financial obligations under this judgment, she shall work out a payment schedule with their probation officer; 4. Shall obey all federal, state, local and municipal laws and be a good law-abiding citizen in all respects; 5. Shall not consume alcoholic beverages of any kind, use or possess any controlled drugs including marijuana. Shall submit to urine/breath/blood testing at any time requested to do so by probation officer and shall be responsible for the costs of that testing; 6. Shall be subject to random search and seizure by probation or law enforcement officers upon reasonable suspicion that they are violating any provision of this sentence or of any probation agreement; 7. Shall pay all fines and costs ordered by this court; 8. Unless attending an approved educational/training program, she must work regularly at a lawful occupation job and support all dependents to the best of her ability; 9. Shall fully comply with all treatment and medication recommended for case of her bi-polar illness.

Martin D. Bordeaux Jr., 112 E. Cherry St., #215, Vermillion: Grand theft, over $500, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Attempted grand theft, over $500, costs, 60 days jail. Imposition of sentence is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. He shall make restitution to victims; 2. Shall repay this county for all court-appointed attorney fees; 3. Shall be under supervision of court services and shall obey all rules, regulations and conditions imposed by them even if they are not specifically set out by this court. If he has a financial obligation under this judgment, he shall work out a payment schedule with their parole officer; 4. Shall obey all federal, state and local laws and be a good law-abiding citizen in all respects; 5. Shall not consume any alcoholic beverages of any kind, use or possess any controlled drugs including marijuana and shall submit to breath/blood/urine testing at any time requested to do so by his probation officer and shall be responsible for the costs. May not enter any premises licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages where the sale of alcoholic beverages is the primary business; 6. Shall be subject to random search and seizure by probation or law enforcement officers upon reasonable suspicion that they are violating any provision of this sentence or of any probation agreement; 7. Shall pay all fines and costs ordered by this court; 8. Shall obtain drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations for treatment and aftercare; 9. Unless attending an approved educational or training program, he must work regularly at a lawful occupation or job and support all dependents to the best of his ability; 10. Shall complete his G.E.D.

Brenda Sue Reinholdt, 1114 Iowa St., Sioux City, IA: Arrest prior to request for extradition, extradited.

Mary Dell Cody presiding, Oct. 22-28, 2004

Aftin Nicole Hulshof, 726 Ratingen Strasse, #105, Vermillion: Driving under influence, first offense, recharged; Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs.

Steven Kenneth Hillrichs, 15079 160th St., Akron, IA: Driving under influence, first offense, recharged; Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs.

Bridge Hohbach, 1925 Princeton Ave., Vermillion: Domestic violence simple assault, dismissed � motion by prosecutor.

Danielle Krcil, 208 E. Spruce, #1, Vermillion: Driving under influence, first offense, recharged; Possession of alcohol by minor, dismissed � motion by prosecutor; Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs, five days jail. Five days jail is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Complete alcohol evaluation.

Anthony G. Huth, 322 9th St. NE, Watertown: Driving under influence, first offense, $347 plus cots; Renewal registration during assigned month, dismissed � motion by prosecutor.

Julia Eileen Husk, 3609 Peters Ave., Box 508, Sioux City, IA: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs.

Sarah Jager, 1301 W. 22nd St., Sioux Falls: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs.

Melanie Marie Weigandt, 5001 West 45th St., Apt. 12, Sioux Falls: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs.

Steven Ruml, 6201 S. Connie Ave., #311, Sioux Falls: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs.

Jeremy Michael Promes, 56082 880 Rd., Hartington, NE: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs; Exhibition driving, dismissed � motion by prosecutor.

Tryg Olaf Odney, 6809 S. Avalon Cir., Sioux Falls: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs, five days jail. Five days jail is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Alcohol evaluation within 30 days of sentence.

Desiree Marie Clarey, 1801 S. Elmwood Ave., Sioux Falls: Driving under influence, first offense, dismissal � reduction; Reckless driving, $350 plus costs.

Nicole Marie Harris, 320 N. Western, #5, Sioux Falls: Driving under influence, first offense, dismissal � reduction; Reckless driving, $350 plus costs.

Angela McClain, 304 N. Blauvelt, Sioux Falls: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs, five days jail. Five days jail is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Alcohol evaluation within 30 days of sentence.

Robert J. Tigert, 2711 Falcon, Vermillion: Driving under influence, first offense, dismissal � reduction; Reckless driving, $350 plus costs.

Kera Graber, 2410 W. 8th St., A-7, Sioux Falls: Driving under influence, first offense, $350 plus costs, five days jail. Five days jail is suspended based on the following conditions: 1. Alcohol evaluation within 30 days of sentence.

Kelli Penner, 104 S. Park St., PO Box 361, Wagner: Petty theft, first degree, $100 or more, $187 plus costs.

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