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Douglas County Circuit Court for Aug. 12, 2022

As reported by Douglas County Circuit Court.

Douglas County, Wis., Courtroom
Douglas County Circuit Court, Superior, Wisconsin.
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram
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Aug. 3

Maelynn Jean Linskie, 28, Duluth, possession with intent to deliver amphetamine on or near certain places, repeater possession of narcotic drugs, two counts repeater bail jumping, repeater retail theft, no contest pleas, three years state prison, three years extended supervision concurrent, $3,123.91 restitution and court costs; repeater possess drug paraphernalia, repeater resisting or obstructing an officer, two additional counts retail theft, party to receiving or concealing stolen property, dismissed.

Richard W. Powell, 68, Moorhead, Minnesota, retail theft, amended to ordinance violation shoplifting, no contest plea, $295 fine.

Aug. 4

Autumn Marie Katherine Brill, 24, Duluth, resisting or obstructing an officer, no contest plea, two days jail, $705 fine and court costs, eligible to be expunged.

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Kenneth Kewion Gordon, 26, Black River Falls, possess illegal article, guilty plea, one year state prison, three months extended supervision, $518 court costs.

Chad Edward Hardie, 34, 1527 Hammond Ave., 6, repeater stalking, no contest plea, two years prison, two years extended supervision imposed and stayed, four years of probation, $553 fine and court costs, no contact with victim 1 or their residence; knowingly violate a domestic abuse order, dismissed.

Kathleen Mary Paulson, 53, 6712 Tower Ave., 301, domestic battery, dismissed.

Aug. 8

Cyle Ray Jones, 23, 1818 Banks Ave., drive or operate vehicle without consent, no contest plea, 110 days jail, $518 court costs; credit card-theft by acquisition, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Kayla Anne Midbrod, 31, 202 E. Eighth St., theft-movable property, no contest plea, one year of probation, $1,117.80 restitution, fine and court costs.

Maggie Sue Nemec, 27, Lake Nebagamon, repeater take and drive vehicle without consent, no contest plea, four years state prison, three years extended supervision imposed and stayed, four years of probation, 27 days jail, no contact with victim, $601 fine and court costs, restitution to be determined.

Sammie Lavon Owens, 43, 1202 Harrison St., substantial battery, amended to misdemeanor battery, guilty plea, 180 days jail imposed and stayed, one year probation, $579 fine and court costs.

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Anthony Wayne Schultz, 51, 1905 Ogden Ave., operating while revoked, no contest plea, $579 fine and court costs.

Matthew Mark Edward Short, 36, Duluth, repeater party to burglary, repeater bail jumping, no contest pleas, three years of probation concurrent, 38 days jail, $664 fine and court costs; repeater theft-movable property, no contest plea, nine days jail consecutive, $526 fine and court costs; repeater attempted burglary, repeater misdemeanor bail jumping, possess illegally obtained prescription, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Roxanne Grace St. John, 43, Webster, possession of narcotic drugs, no contest plea, nine months jail imposed and stayed, three years of probation, 45 days jail, $1,299.75 fine and court costs; possession of marijuana, possession of controlled substance, dismissed.

Braydon Lee Stone, 27, Gordon, operating while revoked, no contest plea, $705 fine and court costs.

Stephanie Lou Treakle, 42, Lakota, North Dakota, operating while revoked, no contest plea, $579 fine and court costs.

Robert Alexander Van-Thiel, 39, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, operating commercial motor vehicle without a license – non-resident, guilty plea, $705 fine and court costs.

Scott Richard VanAernum, 37, Solon Springs, operate firearm while intoxicated, no contest plea, 18 months of probation, two days jail, $579 fine and court costs, no use or possession of a dangerous weapon.
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