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Douglas County Circuit Court for April 8, 2022

As reported by Douglas County Circuit Court.

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

March 29

Angela Rose Kotera, 37, 1615 Oakes Ave., Apt. 3, operating while revoked, amended to ordinance violation operate without carrying license, no contest plea, $268.60 fine.

March 30

Brittany Shavona Lewis, 30, Minneapolis, Minnesota, theft-written lease, dismissed.

April 1

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Jara Serene Burkhamer, 36, 2020 Logan Ave., second- and subsequent offense possession of marijuana, amended to first-offense possession of marijuana, no contest plea, five days jail, $783.75 fine and court costs; possess drug paraphernalia, dismissed.

Jessica Lynn Byers, 33, Duluth, repeater retail theft, guilty plea, 13 days jail, $443 court costs.

Ashley Christina Fedo, 22, Duluth, third-offense operating while intoxicated, guilty plea, 80 days jail, Huber work release, $1,807 fine, 27-month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment; third-offense operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, dismissed.

Steven Craig Higgins, 40, Eau Claire, criminal damage to property, guilty plea, 22 days jail, $1,626 restitution, fine and court costs.

Angela Marie Kroll, 42, 907 N. 12th St., operating while revoked, amended to ordinance violation operate without carrying license, no contest plea, $248.60 fine.

Patrick Joseph Luckas, 34, South Range, repeater domestic disorderly conduct, no contest plea, one day jail, $768 fine and court costs.

Patti R. Zirlott, 69, Duluth, hit and run, dismissed.

April 4

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Kristi Lee Bodendorfer, 31, 5201 E. First St., operating while revoked, guilty plea, $579 fine.

Tameicia Louise Nychelle Morris, 27, Mankato, Minnesota, second-offense operating while intoxicated, guilty plea, five days jail, $1,429 fine, six-month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment.

Austin Gerald Newhouse, 30, 3806 Tower Ave., 28, domestic disorderly conduct, no contest plea, 45 days jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation, two days jail, $565.60 fine and court costs; domestic battery, dismissed.

Stephanie Lynn Olsen, 32, 1912 E. Eighth St., second-offense operating while intoxicated, no contest plea, five days jail, Huber work release, $1,492 fine, 14-month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment; second-offense operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, dismissed.

Jesse Ryan Parker, 42, 1123 Grand Ave., disorderly conduct, amended to ordinance violation domestic disorderly conduct, no contest plea, $367.50 fine; domestic criminal damage to property, dismissed.

Jesse Lee Schaffer, 42, 632 Grand Ave., domestic disorderly conduct, no contest plea, 45 days jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation, two days jail, $616 fine and court costs; additional count domestic disorderly conduct, dismissed.

Laura L. Wickersham, 39, Superior, possession of narcotic drugs, amended to possess illegally obtained prescription, no contest plea, $516 fine.

Zachary Edwin Williams, 28, 1424 Banks Ave., battery, amended to ordinance violation domestic disorderly conduct, guilty plea, $493.50 fine; domestic battery, domestic disorderly conduct, dismissed.

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April 5

Megan Catherine Cronin, 37, Webb Lake, domestic battery, domestic disorderly conduct, dismissed.

Michelle Ann Garcia, 41, 2606 E. First St., theft-business setting, dismissed.

David Steven Severin, 62, 514 Hammond Ave., operating after suspension or revocation, dismissed.
The Superior Telegram publishes court records as part of its obligation to serve as a keeper of the local historical record. All items are public records submitted by the courthouse in Superior. Individual requests for items to be withheld will not be granted.

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