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Douglas County Circuit Court for Sept. 23, 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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Sept. 14

Austin Lee Salo, 29, Elk River, Minnesota, repeater domestic disorderly conduct, repeater domestic criminal damage to property, repeater bail jumping, no contest pleas, 57 days jail concurrent, $443 court costs; additional count repeater bail jumping, dismissed.

Sept. 15

Shane Michael Lamontagne, 49, Duluth, retail theft, amended to disorderly conduct, no contest plea, two days jail, $1,083 fine and court costs; additional count retail theft, two counts display unauthorized vehicle registration plate, dismissed.

Shawn Patrick McConnell, 41, 1912 Iowa Ave., 1, domestic disorderly conduct, dismissed.

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Sept. 16

David James Clarke, 51, Solon Springs, retail theft, amended to ordinance violation shoplifting, guilty plea, $249.79 fine.

George Bertram Dawkins, 41, 1001 Belknap St., 229, operating while revoked, amended to ordinance violation operate without carrying license, no contest plea, $248.60 fine.

Darriana Rae Drift, 25, Duluth, retail theft, amended to ordinance violation shoplifting, guilty plea, $330.50 fine; resisting or obstructing an officer, dismissed.

Jesse Scott Haglund, 32, Duluth, possession of narcotic drugs, amended to possess amphetamine, no contest plea, 12 days jail, $563.25 fine and court costs; additional count possession of narcotic drugs, dismissed.

Felix Angelo Toscano Hernandez, 33, Caddo Mills, Texas, operating commercial motor vehicle without a license, guilty plea, $562 fine and court costs.

Warren Smith Holt II, 35, Jacksonville, Florida, battery, disorderly conduct, resisting or obstructing an officer, guilty pleas, one day jail concurrent, $950 fine.

Darryl Edward Jones, 31, no address listed, two counts disorderly conduct, no contest pleas, 60 days jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation concurrent, $886 court costs; possess illegally obtained prescription, retail theft, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

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Brenden Robert Luckey, 20, 1324 Elm St., three counts domestic disorderly conduct, no contest pleas, 60 days jail imposed and stayed, three years of probation concurrent, 19 days jail, $969 fine and court costs, no contact order, eligible to be expunged; five counts bail jumping, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Sept. 19

Brad Alan Mitchell, 39, Duluth, take and drive vehicle without consent, amended to take and drive vehicle without consent-abandon vehicle, no contest plea, one year of probation, eight days jail, $443 court costs, no violent or abusive contact with victim.

Ethan Warren Moen, 32, Duluth, domestic strangulation and suffocation, domestic criminal damage to property, no contest pleas, three years of probation concurrent, $518 court costs, no contact with victim; domestic battery, no contest plea, 15 days jail, $443 court costs; disorderly conduct, domestic disorderly conduct, additional count domestic battery, dismissed.

Dennis James Outzen, 44, 710 Fisher Ave., repeater bail jumping, no contest plea, 96 days jail, $484.50 fine and court costs; repeater retail theft, repeater disorderly conduct, no contest pleas, 113 days jail concurrent, $662.08 restitution, fine and court costs; additional count repeater disorderly conduct, dismissed.

Martyna Helena Plonka, 32, 3505 Belknap St., 6, party to burglary, no contest plea, three years of probation, 60 days jail, $518 court costs, restitution to be determined; party to theft, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Eric James Radig, 50, Duluth, disorderly conduct, guilty plea, 32 days jail, $538 restitution, fine and court costs.
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