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Douglas County Circuit Court for Jan. 7, 2022

As reported by Douglas County Circuit Court.

Douglas County, Wis., Courtroom
Douglas County Circuit Court, Superior, Wisconsin. Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram

Dec. 18

Blayne Thorrot Hamilton Cox, 45, Rockford, Minnesota, repeater possess with intent to deliver amphetamine, found guilty at jury trial, seven years state prison, five years extended supervision, $2,733 fine and court costs; repeater resisting or obstructing an officer, guilty plea, nine months jail consecutive; repeater carrying a concealed knife, guilty plea, nine months jail consecutive; repeater carrying a concealed knife, nine months jail consecutive; repeater fraud on innkeeper/nonpayment, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Dec. 21

Kristine Lee Hanson, 54, Wascott, third-offense operating while intoxicated, found guilty at jury trial, 140 days jail, $3,391 fine, 30 month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment; third-offense operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, dismissed.

Darin John Meierotto, 50, 5712 Banks Ave., vehicle operator flee/elude officer, deferred prosecution agreement fulfilled, dismissed.

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Joshua D. Taylor, 28, Hayward, misdemeanor theft-movable property, no contest plea, $2,258 restitution and court costs; possess drug paraphernalia, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Dec. 22

Jake David Pyrlik, 27, Duluth, drive or operate vehicle without consent, probation revoked, 210 days jail, $765.30 fine, restitution and court costs.

Dec. 27

Keith Allen Carter Sr., 56, 2118 Tower Ave., misdemeanor battery, disorderly conduct, guilty pleas, 180 days jail concurrent, $478.20 fine and court costs.

Marlene May Draper, 28, 1915 Ohio Ave., domestic disorderly conduct, resisting or obstructing an officer, no contest pleas, 180 days jail imposed and stayed, two years of probation concurrent, 37 days jail, $769 fine and court costs; repeater bail jumping, dismissed.

Derek Martin Johannesson, 58, 1813 N. Fifth St., 5, repeater battery, dismissed.

Matthew Steven Kenda, 31, Brule, repeater domestic disorderly conduct, guilty plea, nine months jail imposed and stayed, 18 months of probation, two days jail, $516 fine and court costs.

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William Carl James Pernu, 20, 1311 John Ave., 5, domestic strangulation and suffocation, domestic battery, dismissed.

Jan. 3

Nathan Ducado Menton, 32, Solon Springs, second- and subsequent offense possession of marijuana, felony bail jumping, repeater possession of narcotic drugs, no contest pleas, two and a half years state prison, two and a half years extended supervision concurrent; repeater bail jumping, repeater criminal damage to property, dismissed but read in for sentencing; repeater possess drug paraphernalia, additional count repeater bail jumping, repeater possession of methamphetamine, repeater resisting or obstructing an officer, dismissed.

Charles Andrew Norton, 36, Superior, repeater disorderly conduct, no contest plea, 120 days jail, $443 court costs.

Dean Howard Pederson, 55, Brule, two counts fourth-offense operating while intoxicated, two counts operating while revoked, two counts failure to install ignition interlock, two counts fourth-offense operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, dismissed.

Trevor Joseph Sanigar, 30, 1811 Lamborn Ave., failure to report to county jail, no contest plea, 80 days jail consecutive to current sentence; $518 court costs.

Joshua Robert Vegar, 35, 901 E. Fifth St., repeater resisting or obstructing an officer, no contest plea, 78 days jail, $484.50 fine and court costs.

Kaylee Jennay Yeazle, 28, Duluth, repeater party to burglary-building or dwelling, no contest plea, two years of probation, 24 days jail, $3,488 restitution and court costs; repeater retail theft, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

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