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Douglas County Circuit Court for Aug. 5, 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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July 28

Jermaine Jerome Fuller, 25, Duluth, possession of cocaine, possess amphetamine, possess drug paraphernalia, dismissed.

July 29

Alexandra Rose Bayuk, 37, 2321 Ogden Ave., three counts retail theft, guilty pleas, $1,585.90 restitution, fine and court costs.

Nicole Laverne Birkholz, 48, Duluth, possession of methamphetamine, deferred prosecution agreement revoked, 21 days jail, $783.13 fine and court costs.

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Michael Charles Blevins, 41, Hibbing, battery, no contest plea, one year deferred prosecution agreement.

Jesse James Brockman, 44, Hermantown, failure to report to county jail, dismissed.

Rafael Cabido, 35, Brownsville, Texas, operating commercial vehicle without a license, guilty plea, $705 fine and court costs; possession of marijuana, dismissed.

Justin Reynolds Cadreau, 28, town of Superior, possession of methamphetamine, no contest plea, 18 month deferred prosecution agreement.

Kristal Lee Dilly, 42, no address listed, disorderly conduct, amended to ordinance violation shoplifting, no contest plea, $295 fine; misdemeanor bail jumping, possess illegally obtained prescription, dismissed.

Vanessa Delray Fernandez, 31, Odanah, bail jumping, no contest plea, 180 days jail imposed and stayed, 18 months of probation, 13 days jail, $591 fine and court costs; possession of narcotic drugs, possess illegally obtained prescription, dismissed.

Craig Gordon Harris, 45, Rocky Hill, Connecticut, criminal damage to property, dismissed.

Malinda Ann Johnson, 48, 3806 Tower Ave., domestic battery, resisting or obstructing an officer, no contest pleas, 180 days jail imposed and stayed, two years of probation concurrent, two days jail, $516 fine and court costs; misdemeanor bail jumping, domestic disorderly conduct, domestic intimidate victim/threaten force, dismissed.

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Zachariah Carlblom Kane, 37, Holyoke, Minnesota, disorderly conduct, amended to ordinance violation disorderly conduct, guilty plea, $236 fine.

Brian Allen Learn, 37, 2402 Tower Ave., Apt. 13, battery, deferred prosecution agreement fulfilled, amended to ordinance violation disorderly conduct, $267.50 fine.

Aug. 1

Nia Lynn Cloutier, 37, 3714 E. Second St., battery, resisting or obstructing an officer, guilty pleas, burglary, party to take and drive vehicle without consent, probation revoked, one year jail concurrent, $3,569 restitution, fine and court costs; disorderly conduct, additional count resisting or obstructing an officer, dismissed.

Angelo Michael Garza Sr., 38, 2801 Catlin Ave., possession of methamphetamine, probation revoked, one year local jail, $748.50 fine and court costs.

Kelly Jo Nystrom, 51, 204 E. Third St., ½, theft-business setting, no contest plea, $526 fine and court costs.

Halie Cynthia Rivord, 24, Iron River, repeater resisting or obstructing an officer, guilty plea, 36 days jail, $516 fine and court costs.

Jada Marie Schuller, 20, Duluth, battery, no contest plea, 90 days jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation, $478 fine and court costs, no contact with victims, eligible to be expunged; additional count battery, dismissed but read in for sentencing; disorderly conduct, dismissed.

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Timari Chloe Denise Squalls, 19, Duluth, disorderly conduct, no contest plea, 45 days jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation, $443 court costs, eligible to be expunged.

Aug. 2

David William Myers, 30, Hermantown, possession of methamphetamine, no contest plea, seven months jail, $969 fine and court costs.

Cody E. Sickler, 22, 2009 Baxter Ave., theft-movable property, deferred prosecution agreement fulfilled, dismissed.
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