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Douglas County Circuit Court for June 10, 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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June 1

Chelsee Surah Jones, 30, Duluth, second-offense operating while intoxicated, no contest plea, 20 days jail, Huber work release, $1,555 fine, 16 month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment; second-offense operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, dismissed.

June 2

Rebecca Carin Boykin, 50, 1424 N. 12th St., second-degree recklessly endangering safety, no contest plea, found guilty by not guilty due to mental disease or defect, commitment for up to 24 months with conditional release.

Rae Ann Janowicz, 39, Oakland, second-offense operating while intoxicated, no contest plea, 10 days jail, Huber work release, $1,429 fine, 12-month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment.

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Matthew Robert Lund, 31, Duluth, possession with intent to deliver marijuna, injury by use of vehicle-controlled substance, no contest pleas, five years of probation concurrent, nine months jail, Huber work release, $13,146.72 restitution and court costs; hit and run-involve great bodily harm, reckless driving-cause great bodily harm, possess illegally obtained prescription, cause injury-operate controlled substance, dismissed.

June 3

Brett Anthony Budreau, 19, East Chicago, Indiana, disorderly conduct-use of a dangerous weapon, deferred prosecution agreement fulfilled, dismissed.

Leo Merlyn Potter, 74, 801 N. 12th St., battery, dismissed.

June 6

Jason Earl Matt, 42, Duluth, disorderly conduct, amended to ordinance violation, no contest plea, $267.50 fine.

Zeke Toivo Hugo Nieder, 25, Brule, operating while revoked, no contest plea, $579 fine.

Christopher Alan Parker, 28, 1022 22nd Ave. E., second-offense operate with restricted controlled substance, no contest plea, 10 days jail, Huber work release, 12 month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment, $1,429 fine; bail jumping, no contest plea, 10 days jail concurrent, $443 court costs; possess drug paraphernalia, bail jumping, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

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Joshua Eli Pikul, 29, Duluth, fourth-offense operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, no contest plea, one year jail imposed and stayed, two years of probation, 90 days jail, Huber work release, 24 month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment, $1,769 fine; fourth-offense operating while intoxicated, resisting or obstructing an officer, dismissed.

Jason Eugene Rencher, 26, Duluth, retail theft-intentionally take, no contest plea, one year of probation, 22 days jail, $687.26 restitution, fine and court costs; fraudulent use of financial transaction card, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Alexis Leeann Richison, 24, Duluth, party to battery, resisting or obstructing an officer, deferred prosecution agreement revoked, 45 days jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation concurrent $443 court costs.

Justin James Ronding, 30, 2819 E. Third St., theft-movable property, no contest plea, 30 days jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation, two days jail, $778 restitution, fine and court costs.

Dylan James Treviranus, 29, Duluth, uttering a forgery, no contest plea, one year jail imposed and stayed, three years of probation, 45 days jail, $3,286.10 restitution, fine and court costs.

Evan Anthony Willoughby, 24, 4314 E. Baumgartner Road, resisting or obstructing an officer, amended to ordinance violation, no contest plea, $200 fine.

Charles Robert Wohlwend, 58, 2303 E. 11 St., false emergency 911 call, guilty plea, 17 days jail, $768 fine and court costs.
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