Raymond Valentino Bowser, 28, Duluth, hit and run-unattended vehicle, no contest plea, one year of probation, two days jail, chemical dependency evaluation, random urinalysis, $631 fine and court costs.
Steven Michael Johnson, 56, 5829 Oakes Ave., operating while revoked, guilty plea, two days jail, six-month driver’s license suspension, $300 fine.
Bradley Eugene Neally, 42, Duluth, failure to support a child, deferred judgment of conviction agreement terminated, three years of probation, $45,688 restitution for child support arrears, seek and obtain full time employment, pay 25 percent of monthly income in child support arrears. Notify child support of address change, 30 days jail with Huber work release granted, DNA sample, $155 fine and court costs.
Aaron Erick Woodall, 35, Duluth, battery by prisoners, no contest plea, 60 days jail, $243 court costs; burglary, probation revoked, three years imprisonment with 18 months confinement and 18 months extended supervision, $3,000 restitution, absolute sobriety, random urinalysis, treatment as ordered by agent, pay court obligations.
Jack William Moore, 49, South Range, eighth offense operating while intoxicated, no contest plea, six years imprisonment with three years confinement and three years extended supervision, absolute sobriety, treatment as ordered by agent, $3,833 fine, three-year driver’s license revocation, alcohol assessment, ignition interlock, DNA sample. Possession of drug paraphernalia, operating while revoked, eighth offense operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, dismissed.
Jeffrey Buzz Marvin, 45, Duluth, knowingly violate a domestic abuse order, no contest plea, 40 days jail, $500 fine; four additional counts knowingly violate a domestic abuse order, dismissed.
Perry Eldon Williams Jr., 39, 4923 Bay Drive, battery-domestic abuse, no contest plea, three days jail, $366 fine, court costs and surcharge; carrying a concealed weapon, dismissed.
Justin Daniel Pedrianes, 1521½ John Ave., disorderly conduct-domestic abuse, guilty plea, 30 days jail, $366 fine, court costs and surcharge. Bail jumping, guilty plea, 30 days jail, consecutive, $316 fine and court costs; two additional counts bail jumping, resisting an officer, guilty pleas, 90 days jail, consecutive, $479 fine, court costs and surcharge; attempted battery of a peace officer, additional count bail jumping, dismissed.
Bryan Jon Herrick, 36, 1829 E. Third St., obstructing an officer, guilty plea, nine days jail, $379 fine and court costs; criminal damage to property, dismissed.
Greg Michael Porter, 25, Sawyer, Minn., operating while intoxicated-first offense with a minor child in the vehicle, no contest plea, 20 days jail, $1,235 fine, 16-month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment; bail jumping, no contest plea, one year of probation, 40 days jail, $243 court costs; disorderly conduct-domestic abuse, dismissed.
Jason Michael Mussehl, 42, Montrose, Minn., burglary as a party to a crime, guilty plea, seven years prison with 42 months confinement and 42 months extended supervision, $2,000 restitution, DNA sample, $918 fine, court costs and surcharge.
Jacob Scott Bleskan, 26, South Range, possession of illegally obtained prescription, probation revoked, six months jail; possession of controlled substance, probation revoked, 30 days jail.
Brian Cole Wolfe, 22, Lac du Flambeau, Wis., operate motor vehicle without owner’s consent-passenger, no contest plea, 190 days jail, $243 court costs.
Leroy Thomas McNamara, 49, Cadott, Wis., burglary as a party to a crime, no contest plea, four years of probation, one year in jail with Huber release possible after three months. May serve nine months of sentence in Chippewa County, restitution to be determined, no contact with victims or their residence, DNA sample, no alcohol or non-prescribed drugs, chemical dependency evaluation, $268 court costs. Additional count burglary as a party to a crime, dismissed but read in for sentencing. Possession of burglarious tools, dismissed.
Trent William Anderson, 22, 1111 N. 11th St., theft from a person as a party to a crime, no contest plea, deferred judgment of conviction. Disorderly conduct, no contest plea, two years of probation, 90 days jail, chemical dependency evaluation, no contact with victims. Endanger safety with the use of a dangerous weapon, no contest plea, two years of probation, concurrent, 210 days jail, concurrent, cooperate with interview, $758 fine and court costs total. Armed burglary and false imprisonment, both as a party to a crime, dismissed.