BENTON COUNTY FELONY SENTENCINGS FOR THE MONTHS OF AUGUST-DECEMBER, 2010

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1 BENTON COUNTY FELONY SENTENCINGS FOR THE MONTHS OF AUGUST-DECEMBER, 2010 Sentences for felony-level crimes in Minnesota are determined by utilizing the Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines, which designate the appropriate length of prison sentences, or probationary sentences, based upon the severity of the crime and the offender s criminal history. In cases where guidelines call for a probationary sentence, specific conditions of probation are determined by a District Court Judge, after consideration of any plea agreements, the input of the victim, and the recommendations of the prosecutor, defense attorney, and a Department of Corrections agent. The information contained herein is in summary form only. Full details regarding criminal sentences can be found in written documents entitled Criminal Judgment and Order for Commitment, which are available at the office of the Benton County Court Administrator, 615 Highway 23, Foley, MN. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the summary data contained herein, Benton County disclaims any and all liability for damage of any type, specifically including consequential damages, incurred directly or indirectly, as a result of errors, omissions, inaccuracies or discrepancies. Date: 8/4/10 Defendant: JESSICA LOUISE SANDBERG Court File # CR , CR Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 13 months, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including 95 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD treatment, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, provide DNA Date: 8/4/10 Defendant: TIMOTHY ALLEN HOVDE Court File # CR Offense: Violation of Harassment Restraining Order Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 1 year and one day, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including 20 days jail, $500 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 8/5/10 Defendant: TABITHA ANN MOORE Court File # CR Offense: Controlled Substance Crime in the 4 th Degree Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 15 months, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including 365 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or

2 possession of mood-altering substances, provide DNA Date: 8/5/10 Defendant: TROY ALLAN KESKE Court File # CR Offense: Criminal Damage to Property in the 1 st Degree three days jail, $300 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, restitution, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 8/5/10 Defendant: ROBERT JAMES HELGET, JR. Court File # CR Offense: Fleeing a Peace Officer in a Motor Vehicle Sentence: Stay of imposition of sentence for 0-3 years on conditions including 30 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete psychological assessment, provide DNA Date: 8/11/10 Defendant: DUSTIN MARK SCHREIBER Court File # CR Offense: Theft 15 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, restitution, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 8/12/10 Defendant: THOMAS ARDELL GENTRY Court File # CR , CR Offense: Controlled Substance Crime in the 2 nd Degree Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 111 months, provide DNA Date: 8/12/10 Defendant: TAYLOR EUGENE SMITH Court File # CR Offense: Violation of Domestic Abuse No Contact Order 30 days jail, $300 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete domestic abuse assessment, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 8/12/10 Defendant: FAITH DIANNE FUHRER

3 Court File # CR Offense: Financial Transaction Card Fraud 10 days jail, $300 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, restitution, provide DNA Date: 8/12/10 Defendant: LEUN THONGPASOM Court File # CR Offense: Murder in the 2 nd Degree, Poss. of Firearm by Ineligible Person Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 366 months, provide DNA sample, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees. Date: 8/18/10 Defendant: TARA MARIE MURPHY Court File # CR Sentence: Stay of adjudication of sentence for 0-5 years on conditions including one day jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances. Date: 8/19/10 Defendant: LISA MARIE BROMENSCHENKEL Court File # CR Sentence: Stay of adjudication of sentence for 0-5 years on conditions including 20 days jail, $200 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances. Date: 8/19/10 Defendant: SCOTT MICHAEL HARRINGTON Court File # CR Sentence: Stay of imposition of sentence for 0-10 years on conditions including 45 days jail, $1000 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, provide DNA Date: 9/1/10 Defendant: TYLER ROBERT JANOVSKY Court File # CR

4 Offense: Judge: Sentence: Controlled Substance Crime in the 2 nd Degree Hoolihan Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 100 months, provide DNA Date: 9/1/10 Defendant: TRESA ANN NEIS Court File # CR Offense: First Degree DWI Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 48 months, execution stayed for 0-7 years on conditions including 180 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, provide DNA Date: 9/1/10 Defendant: CURTIS JOHN VOIT Court File # CR Offense: Possession of Child Pornography 90 days jail, $500 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete psychological assessment, provide DNA sample, register as sex offender. Date: 9/1/10 Defendant: TYLER THOMAS RICE Court File # CR Offense: Burglary in the 3 rd Degree Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 18 months, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including 90 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, restitution, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 9/15/10 Defendant: TRAVIS MICHAEL STEINHOFER Court File # CR Offense: Burglary in the 3 rd Degree 15 days jail, $500 fine plus surcharges and fees, provide DNA Date: 9/16/10 Defendant: CHRISTOPHER JAMES LOCH Court File # CR

5 Judge: Sentence: Jesse Stay of adjudication of sentence for 0-5 years on conditions including 20 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances. Date: 9/22/10 Defendant: ANTHONY MICHAEL LARSON Court File # CR Offense: Assault in the 3 rd Degree Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 18 months, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including 90 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, restitution, no contact with victim. Date: 9/22/10 Defendant: TERRENCE CRAIG DUERR Court File # CR Offense: Wrongfully Obtaining Assistance Sentence: Stay of imposition of sentence for 0-10 years on conditions including $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, restitution, provide DNA Date: 10/6/10 Defendant: STACY FERNANDO WASHINGTON Court File # CR Offense: Check Forgery Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 17 months, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including 30 days jail, restitution, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 10/6/10 Defendant: TODD WILLIAM CULLOTON Court File # CR Offense: Domestic Assault Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 15 months, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including 45 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 10/7/10 Defendant: OTHO DONTINIO HAMPTON Court File # CR Offense: Violation of Domestic Abuse No Contact Order

6 Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 21 months, provide DNA sample,$50 fine plus surcharges and fees. Date: 10/7/10 Defendant: JONATHAN PAUL STANG Court File # CR Offense: Fleeing a Peace Officer in a Motor Vehicle Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for one year and one day, execution stayed for 0-3 years on conditions including 20 days jail, $300 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, complete psychological assessment, restitution, provide DNA Date: 10/13/10 Defendant: JEFFREY MICHAEL MARTTILA Court File # CR Offense: Terroristic Threats 60 days jail, $500 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, complete psychological assessment, provide DNA Date: 10/13/10 Defendant: RICHARD MICHAEL KAMPA Court File # CR Offense: Fleeing a Peace Officer in a Motor Vehicle Sentence: Stay of imposition of sentence for 0-3 years on conditions including 90 days jail, $900 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, provide DNA Date: 10/20/10 Defendant: SHANE JUDE JULIUS Court File # CR Offense: Controlled Substance Crime in the 2 nd Degree Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 39 months, provide DNA sample, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees. Date: 10/20/10 Defendant: CHRISTINE MARIE GERJETS Court File # CR Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 13 months,

7 execution stayed for 0-10 years on conditions including 180 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, restitution, provide DNA Date: 11/3/10 Defendant: ABDULLAHI MOHAMED ALI Court File # CR Offense: Assault in the 3 rd Degree 90 days jail, $500 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 11/4/10 Defendant: VIRGIL BRIAN KLINKNER Court File # CR Offense: Burglary in the 3 rd Degree 90 days jail, $500 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, complete psychological assessment, restitution, provide DNA Date: 11/10/10 Defendant: DOUGLAS BRYAN MEGGITT Court File # CR Offense: Terroristic Threats 12 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, complete anger assessment, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 11/10/10 Defendant: TODD WILLIAM CULLOTON Court File # CR Offense: Violation of Domestic Abuse No Contact Order Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 21 months, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including 90 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, complete mental health assessment, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 11/17/10 Defendant: CELINA RUTH GUSTAFSON Court File # CR , CR , CR

8 Judge: Sentence: Hoolihan Stay of adjudication of sentence for 0-5 years on conditions including four days jail, $400 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances. Date: 11/18/10 Defendant: SAMUEL HUBERT WESENBERG Court File # CR Offense: Domestic Assault Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 15 months, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including 85 days jail, complete domestic abuse program, restitution, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 11/24/10 Defendant: ANTHONY SCOTT KEENEY Court File # CR Offense: Controlled Substance Crime in the 3 rd Degree Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 21 months, provide DNA sample, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees. Date: 12/1/10 Defendant: PATRICK JOHN MEYER Court File # CR Offense: Fleeing Peace Officer in a Motor Vehicle Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 13 months, execution stayed for 0-3 years on conditions including 90 days jail, $300 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, provide DNA Date: 12/1/10 Defendant: JEREMY KENNETH TADYCH Court File # CR Offense: Burglary in the 3 rd Degree 20 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, complete psychological assessment, restitution, provide DNA Date: 12/2/10 Defendant: GEORGE HARLAN PETREE Court File # CR Offense: Burglary in the 3 rd Degree Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for one year and one

9 day, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including 20 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, restitution, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 12/15/10 Defendant: JAMES BERNARD EIKMEIER Court File # CR Offense: Violation of Domestic Abuse No Contact Order 30 days jail, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, complete counseling, provide DNA Date: 12/15/10 Defendant: TIMOTHY ALLEN HOVDE Court File # CR Offense: Violation of Harassment Restraining Order Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 18 months, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including five days jail, $100 fine plus surcharges and fees, abstain from the use or possession of mood-altering substances, provide DNA Date: 12/15/10 Defendant: JOSHUA CHARLES KEITH Court File # CR Offense: Assault in the 3 rd Degree Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 21 months, execution stayed for 0-5 years on conditions including 55 days jail, $500 fine plus surcharges and fees, complete CD evaluation, complete anger assessment, restitution, no contact with victim, provide DNA Date: 12/16/10 Defendant: TERRY MICHAEL WILLIAMS Court File # CR Offense: First Degree DWI Sentence: Commitment to Commissioner of Corrections for 50 months, provide DNA sample, $50 fine plus surcharges and fees. Date: 12/21/10 Defendant: PAUL OSKAR JAVIER SKURDAHL Court File # CR Offense: Criminal Sexual Conduct in the 3 rd Degree Sentence: Stay of imposition of sentence for 0-15 years on conditions including no contact with victim, provide DNA sample, register as

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