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Douglas County Circuit Court for May 13, 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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May 3

Crystal Anne Andrews, 33, 3832 ½ E. Second St., felony theft-business setting, deferred prosecution agreement fulfilled, dismissed.

James Richard Johnson, 55, Duluth, fraud on innkeeper, resisting or obstructing an officer, dismissed.

May 4

Najee Bilal Abdullah, 31, St. Paul, Minnesota, three counts domestic disorderly conduct, domestic intimidate victim/dissuade reporting, criminal damage to property, probation revoked, eight months jail concurrent, $565.60 fine and court costs.

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May 5

Ashley Jorden Fiegel, 26, Duluth, possession of methamphetamine, deferred prosecution agreement revoked, 180 days jail, $518 court costs.

Willie Wilson, 38, Duluth, possess firearm-convicted out-of-state felon, no contest plea, two years state prison, three years extended supervision, $518 court costs, no contact with victims; second-degree recklessly endangering safety, no contest plea, three years state prison, three years extended supervision consecutive, no contact with victims; armed robbery, child abuse-intentionally cause harm, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Rachel Michele Zeidan, 36, Duluth, take and drive vehicle without consent, deferred prosecution agreement revoked, 18 months state prison, 24 months extended supervision imposed and stayed, three years of probation, 89 days jail, no contact with victim, $9,109.23 restitution and court costs.

May 6

Peter Andreiko, 32, 4915 Michigan Drive, second-offense operating while intoxicated, guilty plea, 10 days jail, Huber work release, $1,429 fine, 14 month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment.

Marie Ann Archambeau, 35, 2617 N. 23rd St., possess with intent to deliver amphetamine, no contest plea, deferred prosecution agreement; possess drug paraphernalia, no contest plea, one year of probation, two days jail, $443 court costs.

Kathryn Ann Biver, 61, 2120 E. Third St., disorderly conduct, guilty plea, one year deferred prosecution agreement; resisting or obstructing an officer, possession of methamphetamine, domestic battery, domestic disorderly conduct, dismissed.

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Antonio Dejaun Bostic, 32, Hinckley, Minnesota, disorderly conduct, amended to ordinance violation domestic disorderly conduct, guilty plea, $367.50 fine.

Timothy Allen Carlson, 35, town of Superior, operating while revoked, guilty plea, $579 fine and court costs; additional count operating while revoked, dismissed.

Kyle Noah Duchscher, 28, 2626 Ogden Ave., battery or threat to judge, prosecutor or law enforcement officer, no contest plea, two year deferred prosecution agreement; resisting or obstructing an officer, no contest plea, one year of probation, 24 days jail, $1,454.56 restitution and court costs; retail theft, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Ty James Kasper, 51, 2635 John Ave., possession of methamphetamine, guilty plea, two year deferred prosecution agreement; misdemeanor bail jumping, 120 days imposed and stayed, one year of probation, four days jail, $579 fine and court costs; disorderly conduct, guilty plea, 90 days jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation concurrent; possess illegally obtained prescription, dismissed.

Cameron James LaBonte, 21, 605 ½ Grand Ave., repeater take and drive vehicle without consent, repeater drive or operate vehicle without consent, no contest pleas, three years state prison, three years extended supervision concurrent, $1,036 court costs; resisting or obstructing an officer, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Layla Elizabeth Legarde, 25, 1107 E. Fourth St., disorderly conduct, no contest plea, 90 days local jail; resisting or obstructing an officer, strangulation and suffocation, no contest pleas, three years of probation concurrent, 83 days jail, $961 court costs, no contact with victim; bail jumping, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

May 9

Clinton Davis Damico, 35, Gary, Indiana, theft-movable property, guilty plea, four year deferred prosecution agreement, $31,165.93 restitution and court costs; additional count theft-movable property, dismissed.

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Quinn Rylan Musch, 36, Gordon, domestic disorderly conduct, no contest plea, one year deferred prosecution agreement.

William John Norton, 32, 420 ½ Grand Ave., criminal damage to property, guilty plea, $1,029 restitution, fine and court costs.

Daniel George Parker, 58, Parkland, second-degree recklessly endangering safety-use of a dangerous weapon, operate firearm while intoxicated, battery, no contest pleas, three years of probation concurrent, 30 days jail, $654 fine and court costs, no contact with victim; endanger safety-use of a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Jontae Donald Pederson, 20, 1023 N. 23rd Tower Ave., first-degree recklessly endangering safety-use of a dangerous weapon, no contest plea, two years state prison, two years extended supervision, no contact with victim, $2,718 restitution and court costs; repeater possess firearm-convicted of a felony, no contest plea, four years state prison, three years extended supervision consecutive, no contact with victim; repeater endanger safety-reckless use of firearm, operate firearm while intoxicated, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Chelsea Nicole Rackliffe, 25, Duluth, battery, deferred prosecution agreement fulfilled, amended to ordinance violation party to disorderly conduct, guilty plea, $181.50 fine; resisting or obstructing an officer, deferred prosecution agreement fulfilled, amended to ordinance violation restricting or obstructing an officer, guilty plea, $181.50 fine.

Casey Cordel Rookey, 31, E1 Aspen Court, domestic disorderly conduct, guilty plea, deferred prosecution agreement.

Joseph Edward Sackett, 22, Two Harbors, Minnesota retail theft, amended to shoplifting, guilty plea, $299 fine.

Samantha Raye Samuelson, 35, 1613 N. 21st St., disorderly conduct, guilty plea, one year deferred prosecution agreement.

Nicole Lynn Slaviero, 42, 3806 Tower Ave., 15, vehicle operator flee or elude traffic officer, no contest plea, nine months jail imposed and stayed, two years of probation, six month driver’s license revocation, $518court costs; operating while revoked, no contest plea, $150 fine; repeater bail jumping, repeater resisting or obstructing an officer, dismissed.

Anthony Christopher Weems, 36, Duluth, misdemeanor violate/harassment restraining order, misdemeanor disorderly conduct, misdemeanor criminal damage to property, dismissed, case is now a felony.

Patrick Allen Ziebell, 50, 1618 Cumming Ave., possession of methamphetamine, two counts intentionally mistreat animals, guilty pleas, 120 days jail imposed and stayed, two years of probation concurrent, 41 days jail, $4,318.95 restitution and court costs; two counts bail jumping, possession of marijuana, theft-movable property, dismissed but read in for sentencing.
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