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Douglas County Circuit Court for May 6, 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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April 25

Anthony Maurice Gorman, 58, Duluth, operating while revoked, bail jumping, no contest pleas, $1,210 fine.

April 27

Kimberly Lauren Hill, 45, 1615 Oakes Ave., 7, third-offense operating while intoxicated, no contest plea, 60 days jail, Huber work release, 24-month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment, $1,744 fine.

Christopher Eric Vines, 37, Faribault, Minnesota, fraud on gas station, no contest plea, $358 fine; possess drug paraphernalia, dismissed.

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April 28

Steven John Christiansen, 36, Gordon, operating while revoked, amended to ordinance violation operate without carrying a license, no contest plea, $248.60 fine.

May 2

James Richard Johnson, 55, Duluth, two counts criminal damage to property, theft, fraud on innkeeper, resisting or obstructing an officer, dismissed.

Dennis Arnold Love, 69, Asheville, North Carolina, battery, dismissed.

Steven Clay Mann, 68, Knox, Indiana, disorderly conduct, deferred prosecution agreement revoked, dismissed.

Jessica Diane Ottum, 56, Hermantown, battery, dismissed.

Jeffrey Lee Pederson, 59, Superior, third-offense operating while intoxicated, no contest plea, 110 days jail, Huber work release, 30-month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment, $5,423 fine.

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Scott Richard Pierce, 57, Brainerd, Minnesota, retail theft, dismissed.

Robert Raymond Radtke, 63, Poplar, bail jumping, no contest plea, 40 days jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation, three days jail, $516 fine and court costs, no contact with victim; computer message-threaten/obscenity, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Charles William Risingsun, 40, Duluth, operating while revoked, no contest plea, $579 fine and court costs.

Joseph C. Robertson, 47, Ashland, party to attempted theft, party to criminal damage to property, dismissed.

Deronti Rogers Jr., 30, 1603 N. 21st St., A, third-offense operating while intoxicated with a passenger under 16 years old, guilty plea, 90 days jail, 48 month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment, $3,488 fine.

Scott Lee Schmitz, 34, Hinckley, Minnesota, take and drive vehicle without consent, no contest plea, 66 days jail, $601 fine and court costs.

James Jason Schuster, 45, Duluth, third-offense operating while intoxicated, guilty plea, 60 days jail, Huber work release, 24-month driver’s license revocation, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment, $1,744 fine; third-offense operate with restricted controlled substance, dismissed.

Tristan Anton Snyder, 36, Duluth, repeater retail theft, guilty plea, $589 fine; drive or operate vehicle without consent, deferred prosecution agreement deferred, eight m months jail imposed and stayed, one year of probation, eight days jail, $840.28 fine and court costs ; additional cout repeater retail theft, dismissed but read in for sentencing.

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Nick Ardner Thiel, 52, Parkland, operating while revoked, guilty plea, 13 days jail, $579 fine and court costs; additional count operating while revoked, dismissed.

Ryan Douglas VanPuymbrouck, 37, C6 Linden Courts, two counts domestic battery, 180 days jail imposed and stayed, two years of probation concurrent, $579 fine and court costs; domestic disorderly conduct-use of a dangerous weapon, dismissed.

Aaron Vernell Wyatt, 33, 2635 John Ave., resisting or obstructing an officer, no contest plea, one day jail, $516 fine and court costs.
The Superior Telegram publishes court records as part of its obligation to serve as a keeper of the local historical record. All items are public records submitted by the courthouse in Superior. Individual requests for items to be withheld will not be granted.

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