Douglas County Circuit Court for Dec. 23, 2022

As reported by Douglas County Circuit Court.

Douglas County, Wis., Courtroom
Douglas County Circuit Court, Superior, Wisconsin.
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Dec. 14

Corey Daniel Garland, 39, Solon Springs, disorderly conduct, deferred prosecution agreement fulfilled, amended to ordinance violation disorderly conduct, no additional sentence.

Gabriel James King, 20, 702 E. Eighth St., possession of illegally obtained prescription, possession of marijuana, guilty pleas, one year of probation concurrent, $516 fine and court costs, eligible to be expunged; possess drug paraphernalia, dismissed.

Dec. 15

Donna Faugerstrom, 60, 1202 Harrison St., eight counts intentionally mistreat animals, dismissed.


Dec. 16

Phillip Julius Butenhoff Jr., 37, Duluth, retail theft, dismissed, deceased defendant.

Justin Alan Cox, 31, 4928 St. Croix Drive, repeater drive or operate vehicle without consent, no contest plea, three years state prison, two years extended supervision, $8,851 restitution, fine and court costs.

Monica Marie Fernandez, 36, Biwabik, Minnesota, possession of methamphetamine, deferred prosecution agreement revoked, 90 days jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation.

Clinton Dean Hardee, 29, Solon Springs, second-degree recklessly endangering safety, deferred prosecution agreement fulfilled, dismissed.

Kaylah Marie Jones, 23, 717 E. Third St., domestic battery, no contest plea, 18 months of probation, $443 court costs, no use or possession of alcohol.

Tanner Johnathan Ketola, 23, Silver Bay, Minnesota, two counts fourth-degree sexual assault, no contest pleas, six months jail imposed and stayed, 18 months of probation concurrent, 30 days jail, Huber work release, no contact with victim, $579 fine and court costs; second-degree sexual assault/use of force, dismissed.

Victoria Ann Marie Linderman, 18, Kandiyohi, Minnesota, possession with intent to deliver marijuana, guilty plea, 24-month deferred prosecution agreement; possess drug paraphernalia, dismissed.


Dec. 19

Lauri Renae Gage, 48, 1112 Clough Ave., party to misappropriate ID info-obtain money, credit card-fraudulent use, dismissed.

Christopher Alan Parker, 28, 709 E. Fifth St., operating while revoked, no contest plea, $705 fine and court costs; failure to report to jail, amended to misdemeanor failure to report to jail, no contest plea, 20 days jail, $516 fine and court costs; failure to install ignition interlock, additional count operating while revoked, dismissed.

Alicia Kay Robinson, 33, 908 John Ave., possession with intent to deliver amphetamine on or near certain places, no contest plea, four years state prison, four years extended supervision, 100 hours community service, $1,079.25 fine and court costs; repeater possess drug paraphernalia, dismissed.

Trevor Joseph Sanigar, 31, 1811 Lamborn Ave., repeater vehicle operator flee/elude officers, no contest plea, six months jail, $518 court costs.

Jeromy Uriah Shankle, 37, 1601 Hammond Ave., two counts operating while revoked, no contest pleas, seven days jail each count, $1,158 fine and court costs.

Delaney Kimberly Teller, 22, Duluth, disorderly conduct, amended to ordinance violation disorderly conduct, no contest plea, $200.50 fine.

Erica Rene Thatcher, 48, no address listed, issue worthless checks, amended to ordinance violation issue worthless checks, no contest plea, $213.10 fine; additional count issue worthless checks, dismissed.


Jeremiah Walsburg, 45, 1920 John Ave., domestic strangulation and suffocation, no contest plea, 18 month deferred prosecution agreement; domestic battery, bail jumping, no contest pleas, 18 months of probation concurrent, 55 days jail, $961 fine and court costs; additional count domestic strangulation and suffocation, domestic false imprisonment, operating while revoked, dismissed.

Dec. 20
Nathan James Tuttle, 45, 1009 Baxter Ave., credit card-fraudulent use, resisting or obstructing an officer, no contest pleas, 90 days jail imposed and stayed, 18 months of probation concurrent, 25 days jail, $530 restitution and court costs; misappropriate ID info-obtain money, bail jumping, theft-movable property, dismissed but read in for sentencing.
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