Douglas County Circuit Court for Jan. 14, 2022
As reported by Douglas County Circuit Court.
Brandon Lee Tomaich, 27, 2401 E. Third St., possess drug paraphernalia, dismissed.
Walter Thomas Johnson, 56, 1626 Oakes Ave., repeater possession of methamphetamine, guilty plea, two years state prison, two years extended supervision imposed and stayed, three years of probation, 47 days jail, $628 restitution, fine and court costs; repeater take and drive vehicle without consent, dismissed but read in for sentencing.
Lajuan Denzel Williams, 27, Duluth, criminal trespass to dwelling, theft, disorderly conduct, dismissed.
Joseph Allen Yellow, 53, 1711 E. Fifth St., party to theft, dismissed.
Steven Ray Blihovde, 59, Barron, sixth-offense operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, guilty plea, 18 months state prison, 24 months extended supervision, sobriety ordered during extended supervision, lifetime driver’s license revocation, $2,300 fine, 36 month ignition interlock, alcohol assessment; sixth-offense operating while intoxicated, dismissed.
Jessica Jean Boman, 41, Duluth, two counts deliver amphetamine, guilty pleas, four years state prison, four years extended supervision imposed and stayed, five years of probation concurrent, three days jail, $1,079.25 fine and court costs.
Deangelo Terrell Davis, 29, 721 Catlin Ave., second-degree sexual assault of child, guilty plea, six years state prison, six years extended supervision, no contact with victim, no contact with minors without permission of Department of Corrections agent, sex offender registration, $5,250 fine and court costs; additional count second-degree sexual assault of child, dismissed.
Darlene Joan Bobrowski, 34, Brookston, Minnesota, battery, guilty plea, 60 days jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation, $478.20 fine and court costs, no contact with victim or business involved, absolute sobriety.
Jonathan Lee Crabtree, 40, 2617 N. 23rd St., burglary, no contest plea, three years of probation, $800 restitution and court costs.
Craig Allen Craven, 49, 2303 Butler Ave., domestic disorderly conduct, guilty plea, one day jail, $679 fine and court costs; battery, dismissed.
Steven Ross Greifzu, 33, Hawthorne, operating while revoked, amended to ordinance violation operate without carrying license, no contest plea, $248.60 fine.
Danielle Margaret Grymala, 20, 420 ½ Grand Ave., retail theft, amended to ordinance violation party to fraud on a gas station, guilty plea, $181.50 fine.
Paul Daniel Holden, 25, Neosho, Missouri, operating a commercial motor vehicle without a license, amended to ordinance violation operate without carrying licence, no contest plea, $519.50 fine.
Matthew Dewayne Hollingsworth, 35, Duluth, repeater second- and subsequent offense possession of cocaine, no contest plea, three years of probation, 10 days jail, $1,221.55 restitution, fine and court costs.
Ryan Fredrick Little, 46, 1001 Clough Ave., disorderly conduct, amended to ordinance violation repeater domestic disorderly conduct, no contest plea $367.50 fine; repeater domestic battery, dismissed.
Gilbert Jeffe Milbridge-Scott, 22, Duluth, possession of marijuana, amended to ordinance violation possess marijuana, no contest plea, $330.50 fine.
Nathan Wesley Robinson, 43, Hermantown, third-offense operating while intoxicated, no contest plea, 80 days jail, $2,502 fine, 27 month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment; third-offense operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, dismissed.
Anthony Wayne Schultz, 50, 1905 Ogden Ave., domestic strangulation and suffocation, domestic battery, domestic disorderly conduct, dismissed.
Austin Jacob Talamantes, 25, 1901 New York Ave., 403, take and drive vehicle without consent, bail jumping, entry into building/construction site/room, no contest pleas, one and a half years state prison, two years extended supervision concurrent, $1,457 restitution, fine and court costs; possess drug paraphernalia, trespass to land-remain after notice, burglary, dismissed.
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