For the Record

Cases Disposed 1/28-2/3/11

Michael Richardson, 6 E. Duke Street, Vermillion; Use of nontransparent material on vehicle window, $25.00

Brittany Bye, 1200 23rd St. NE, Watertown; Possession of alcohol by minor, $54.00 plus costs

Daniel D. Dunham, 809 W. 6th, Vermillion; Renewal registration during assigned month, $54.00 plus costs; No drivers license, $54.00 plus costs

Kristen Nicole Madsen, 16011 Highway 1416, New Underwood, S.D.; Speed on four-lane in rural areas, dismissed

Rachel Carroll, 5252 Ross Ct., Rapid City; Possession of alcohol by minor, $54.00 plus costs

Travis Michael Mennenga, 404 Brown St., Gayville; Speeding other roadways, $19.00 plus costs

Matthew McManus, 41885 255th St., Fulton, S.D.; Possession of alcohol by minor, $54.00 plus costs

Sierra Neuharth, 722 N. University road #102, Vermillion; Open container, $54.00 plus costs

Jacob R. Hinz, 503 Main, Newcastle, Neb.; Seat belt violation, $25.00

Alex Jesse Rust, 308 S. Bradley Street, Rock Rapids, Iowa; Overdriving road conditions, $54.00 plus costs

Cody Silvernail, Olson #109, Vermillion; License not in immediate possession, $25.00

Tiffany Dietschy, 111 W. Dartmouth, Vermillion; Driving with suspended (not revoked) license, $204.00 plus costs

Julia Marshall, 447 N. Plum #8, Vermillion; Fail to maintain financial responsibility, $64.00 plus costs

Rick Erickson, 208 Lexington Court, Elk Point; Seat belt violation, $25.00

Miles J. Metheny, 57482 877 Rd., Laurel, Neb.; County speeding, $19.00 plus costs

Brittany Jo Donohoe, 107 Walnut, Vermillion; Seat belt violation, $25.00

Courtney Balliet, 700 E. Cherry #418, Vermillion; Possession of alcohol by minor, $54.00 plus costs

Dion Price, 901 Rose St. #141D, Vermillion; Possession of alcohol by minor, $54.00 plus costs

Emily Anne Springer, 700 E. Cherry Mick #417, Vermillion; Possession of alcohol by minor, $54.00 plus costs

Stacey Lynn Wubben, Julian Hall #612, Vermillion; Open container, $54.00 plus costs

Maria Esther Deleon, 1714 Ross Street, Sioux City, Iowa; Speeding on state highway, $17.00 plus costs

Stacey Lynn Wubben, Julian Hall #612, Vermillion; Open container, $54.00 plus costs

John F. Bloom, 401 N. Dakota #505, Vermillion; Possession of alcohol by minor, $54.00 plus costs

Abbie Clauson, 400 N. Pine #501, Vermillion; Possession of alcohol by minor, $54.00 plus costs

Dylan Young, 1303 E. Main Street, Vermillion; Purchase/receive/consume/possess tobacco under 18, $28.00 plus costs

Dylan Young, 1303 E. Main Street, Vermillion; Seat belt violation, $25.00

Robert Jay Price, 206 N. Plum St., Vermillion; Speeding other roadways, $39.00 plus costs

Shannon Kathleen Fitzsimmons, 1219 Roosevelt #102, Vermillion; Failure to stop, $54.00 plus costs

Terri Lynn Ruman, 2001 S. Dorothy Circle, Sioux Falls, Speeding on state highway, dismissed

James Patrick Besson, II, 119 Elm St. #3, Vermillion; Seat belt violation, $25.00

Karyl L. Yockey, 2815 Cherokee Ct., Vermillion; Renewal registration during assigned month, $54.00 plus costs

Patrick McMahon, 720 10th St., Wisner, Neb.; Failure to make proper stop at stop intersection, $54.00 plus costs

Preston Jacob Riggs, 1328 Westgate, Vermillion; Seat belt violation, dismissed

Jacob P. Schliesman, 948 Eastgate Dr., Vermillion; Speeding on state highway, $59.00 plus costs

Tee J. Baker, 505 W. 4th St., Yankton; Driving with suspended (not revoked) license, $204.00 plus costs

Michelle Martin, 49940 307th St., Wakonda; Open alcoholic beverage container accessible in vehicle, $54.00 plus costs

Nathan R. Schultz, 5313 W. Birnamwood Dr., Sioux Falls; Seat belt violation, $25.00

Mollie Stapleman, 52 Cypress Court, Vermillion; No stop on entry from alley driveway or private road, $54.00 plus costs

Judge Arthur L. Rusch

presiding

Cases Disposed 1/28-2/3/11

Marlin Bitterman, Woodbury County Jail, Sioux City, Iowa; Registration of convicted sex offender, recharged; Registration of convicted sex offender, court costs; Conditions � Shall repay this county for all court-appointed attorney fees � Shall repay the state of South Dakota for the costs of prosecution � Shall serve 90 days in the Clay County Jail and is given credit toward said sentence of 90 days served previously

Matthew Burch, South Dakota State Penitentiary, Sioux Falls; Sexual contact with a child under 16*, court costs; Rape 3rd degree physical/mental incapacity*, court costs; Rape 2nd degree use of force, coercion or threats*, acquitted; Rape 3rd degree physical/mental incapacity*, acquitted; Rape 2nd degree use of force, coercion or threats*, acquitted; Rape 3rd degree physical/mental incapacity*, acquitted; Rape 2nd degree use of force, coercion or threats*, acquitted; * This offense may have been previously reported as having been disposed; Fifteen years penitentiary time is suspended based on the following conditions � Said sentence is to be served concurrently to sentence imposed on the other count � Shall make restitution to Avera Midwest Psychiatric Clinic in the amount of $313.82 � Shall repay this county for all court-appointed attorney fees including court-appointed attorney fees for any appeal filed � Shall repay the state of South Dakota for costs of prosecution in the sum of $232.20 for the transcript costs and $2,170.00 for costs of the psycho-sexual evaluation for a total of $2,402.20 � Shall have a 30-day stay of execution of sentence pursuant to SDCL 23A-33-1 with said sentence to begin February 28, 2011 � Shall be under supervision of Board of Pardons and Paroles and shall obey all rules, regulations and conditions imposed by them even though they may not have been specifically set out by this court. If he has financial obligations under this judgment he shall work out a payment schedule with his parole officer and if deemed necessary shall execute a wage assignment form � Shall obey all federal, state and local or municipal laws and been a good law-abiding citizen in all respects � Shall not consume alcoholic beverages of any kind, use or possess any controlled drugs or substances including marijuana. Shall submit to urinalysis, breath or blood testing at any time requested to do so by their parole officer and shall pay for the costs of that testing. May not enter any premises licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages where that is their primary business � Shall be subject to random search and seizure by parole or law enforcement officers upon reasonable suspicion that they are violating any provision of this sentence or of any parole agreement � Shall pay all fines, costs and restitution ordered by this court � He shall follow and successfully complete the six recommendations of Dr. Scott Pribyl contained in the psycho-sexual evaluation specifically � All sex offender-specific treatment and/or sex offender denier treatment be placed on hold if he appeals his sentence. Upon the completion of the appeal process that sex offender-specific treatment and/or sex offender denier treatment be considered. A strong cognitive-behavioral treatment approach is recommended which employs a regularly-scheduled group modality with adjunct individual or family components � Participation to the maximum degree possible during any periods of incarceration is recommended with community-based treatment to continue for a period of no less than two years and possibly longer � May not have contact with persons less than 18 years of age unless or until approved by recognized sex offender treatment provider and appropriate criminal justice supervisory personnel � May not use, purchase or possess any forms of alcohol, drugs or mood-altering substances except those prescribed by a licensed physician � May not use, purchase or possess any forms of sexually-explicit materials, pornography or erotica. This would include but not limited to books, magazines, movies, video tapes, DVDs, live entertainment or materials made available through telephonic, computer or other electronic mediums and all such electronic mediums be subject to search and monitor functions by treatment or parole officers � Participate in clinical polygraph testing as a part of his sex offender treatment or sex offender-denier treatment. A combination of specific issue, sexual history and maintenance/monitoring examinations will most likely prove useful. Such testing helps establish levels of veracity and can also provide an �external conscience� function to help with ongoing decision-making � Shall participate in objective measures of sexual interest or arousal such as Abel Assessments and/or plethysmography. The purpose of such testing is to better rule in or rule out deviant sexual interests, significant antecedents of inappropriate sexual behaviors � Unless attending an approved educational or training program he must work regularly at a lawful occupation or job and support all of his dependents to the best of his ability � May not own or possess any firearms or destructive devices and may not obtain a permit to carry a concealed weapon � Shall receive no credit for any time served in the Sioux Falls Penitentiary since July 2010

Judge Tami Bern presiding

Cases Disposed 1/28-2/3/11

Benjamin Hays, 521 Park Avenue, Cherokee, Iowa; Driving under influence-2nd offense, $500.00 plus costs; Twenty days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � Get an alcohol evaluation and comply with all recommendations (done)

Wahacanka Wilch, 721 W. Chestnut Street, Vermillion; Simple assault, $275.00 plus costs; One hundred fifty days of county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � No offenses involving the use or threatened use of violence � Enroll in and successfully complete anger management program � Repay restitution to victim � Maintain employment � Obey all laws � Successfully complete probation � No contact with either victim � Repay this county for all court-appointed attorney fees � This sentence runs concurrently with Clay County Criminal File 10-199

Wahacanka Wilch, 721 W. Chestnut Street, Vermillion; Simple assault, $275.00 plus costs; One hundred fifty days county jail and the $275 fine is suspended based on the following conditions � No offenses involving the use or threatened use of violence � Enroll in and successfully complete anger management program � Maintain employment � Obey all laws � Successfully complete probation � No contact with either victim � Repay this county for all court-appointed attorney fees � This sentence runs concurrently with Clay County Criminal File 10-198

Patrick J. Wolpert, 809 E. St., Dakota Dunes; Driving under influence-1st offense*, $350.00 plus costs; * This offense may have been previously reported as having been disposed; Five days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � Get an alcohol evaluation and comply with all recommendations by 4/19/11

Joshua Dale Rentschler, 6805 W. Stoney Creek Circle, Sioux Falls; Driving under influence-2nd offense, recharged; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, $204.00 plus costs; Driving under influence-2nd offence, $500.00 plus costs; Twenty days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � Get an alcohol evaluation and comply (done) � No alcohol-related offenses in the next 360 days

Duran Scott Snoddy, 1101 W. 22nd St. Box 239E, Sioux Falls; Driving under influence-1st offense, recharged; Driving under influence-1st offense, $350.00 plus costs; Five days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � Repay this county for all court-appointed attorney fees within 180 days

Cory Robert Foster, 124 Willow Street, Vermillion; Maintain place to violate beverage laws � nuisance, $416.00 plus costs; Possession of alcohol by minor, $54.00 plus costs; Twelve days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � No similar offenses in the next 360 days

Jeffery J. Goeden, 1031 Tom Street, Vermillion; Vandalism-$400-$1,000-2nd degree, $300.00 plus costs; Thirty days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � No similar offenses in the next 360 days � Repay restitution to victim

Alex Lee Campbell, 114 N. Pine Street, Vermillion; Driving under influence-1st offense, $350.00 plus costs; Possession two ounces of marijuana or less, dismissed; Ingest intoxicant other than alcoholic beverage, $371.00 plus costs; Use or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed; Fail to maintain financial responsibility, dismissed; Driving with suspended (not revoked) license, $204.00 plus costs; Open container, dismissed; Five days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � On successfully completing recommendations of alcohol evaluation by 5/10/11

Julia Marshall, 447 N. Plum #8, Vermillion; Driving under influence-1st offense, recharged; Driving under influence-1st offense, $350.00 plus costs

Eric Robert Hansen, 1120 E. Main St., Vermillion; Driving under influence-1st offense, recharged; Driving under influence-1st offense, $350.00 plus costs; Five days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � Get an alcohol evaluation and comply with all recommendations by 4/19/11

Jonnilynn May, 901 Rose Street #245, Vermillion; Reckless driving, $350.00 plus costs; Possession of alcohol by minor, $54.00 plus costs

Alex Lee Campbell, 114 N. Pine Street, Vermillion; Under 21 driver, $54.00 plus costs; Fail to stop � accident causing property damage, $300.00 plus costs; No drivers license, dismissed; Thirty days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � No similar offenses in the next 360 days � Repay restitution

Sara Goetzinger, 702 E. Cherry Street #312, Vermillion; Driving under influence-1st offense, $350.00 plus costs; Five days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � Successfully comply with probation in Criminal file 10-81

Cecily Rose Engelhart, 5 N. University St. #!, Vermillion; Driving under influence-1st offense, $350.00 plus costs; Open alcoholic beverage container accessible in vehicle, dismissed

Michelle Kay Eidem, 610 Sharpe St., Vermillion; Driving under influence-1st offense, $350.00 plus costs

Eric Michael Corner, 214 Bower Street #201, Vermillion; Interference with emergency communications, $300.00 plus costs; Thirty days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � No similar offenses in the next 360 days

Justin M. Nelsen, 325 S. University Street, Vermillion; Reckless driving, $350.00 plus costs; Open alcoholic beverage container accessible in vehicle, dismissed; Five days county jail is suspended based on the following conditions � Completion of Alive @25 program with proof to file by 3/1/11

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