For The Record: Sept. 5-Sept. 11, 2012

Wright County
Attorney’s Report

Paris Terrill Berry, 35, of Buffalo, sentenced on June 30 for felony kidnapping to 54 months prison, pay $50 fine.  Sentenced for probation violations for felony domestic assault to 28 months prison, concurrent.
Israel H. Colon, 30, of Monticello, sentenced on September 5 for gross misdemeanor giving false information to a peace officer to 360 days jail; 350 days stayed for one year on conditions of probation, serve 10 days jail, have no same or similar violations.
Joshua Ryan Ergen, 23, of Clearwater, sentenced on September 6 for misdemeanor trespassing to 90 days jail, $1,000 fine; 88 days, $900 stayed for one year on conditions of probation, serve 2 days jail, pay $100 fine plus surcharges, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, stay out of the South Haven Liquor Store, undergo chemical dependency treatment and follow all recommendations, have no same or similar violations.
Quartez Lamont Grant, 23, of Buffalo, sentenced on September 5 for probation violations for gross misdemeanor violation of no contact order and gross misdemeanor interfere with a 911 Call to 45 days jail.
Jeremy Phillip Kasel, on September 6 the charge of interfere with property in official custody was dismissed.
Justin Scott Landes, 27, of Clearwater, sentenced on September 7 for gross misdemeanor no insurance to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 355 days, $2,700 stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 10 days jail, pay $300 fine plus surcharges, pay $75 public defender co-payment, complete 20 hours community service, have no same or similar violations.
Aaron John Manuell, 34, of Becker, sentenced on September 4 for probation violations for gross misdemeanor second degree refusal to submit to testing to 90 days jail.
Mark Anthony Pearson, 37, of Monticello, sentenced on September 6 for gross misdemeanor second degree DWI to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 320 days, $2,600 stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 45 days jail, pay $400 fine plus surcharges, pay $75 public defender co-payment, serve 45 days on electronic home monitoring, complete a Level II driving program and follow all recommendations, attend awareness panel for impaired drivers, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, stay out of establishments where alcohol is primary means of business, complete intensive supervision program, have no same or similar violations.

Wright County
Sheriff’s Report

Tabitha Jeannine Crosby, 34, no permanent address, was arrested September 4 in Buffalo on a MN Department of Corrections warrant for parole violation.
Donald Marlow Nelson, 69, of Buffalo was arrested September 4 in Buffalo on a MN Department of Corrections warrant for parole violation.
James Scott Beatty, 70, of Buffalo was arrested September 5 in Buffalo on the charges of obstructing legal process and disorderly conduct.
Alejandro Xocua Merino, 41, of Monticello was charged September 5 with gross misdemeanor third degree DWI.
Souphine Tasha Vilay, 21, of Fridley was arrested September 5 in Monticello on the charge of false information to police.
Alvin James Kunze, 44, of Little Falls was arrested September 5 in Monticello on the charge of false information to police and a Morrison County warrant for financial transaction card fraud.
Amber Leigh Litchke, 22, of Clearwater was arrested September 5 in Becker County on a Wright County warrant for failure to appear.
Jeromy Richard Sell, 41, of Otsego was arrested September 5 in Albertville on the charges of second-degree DWI and open bottle.
David Robert Boyle, 25, of Buffalo was arrested September 5 in Monticello on the charge of fifth degree controlled substance violation.
Sheridan Ray Skeen, 65, of Buffalo was arrested September 6 in Buffalo on the charge of first degree DWI.
Jason Michael Lindstrom, 36, of Otsego was arrested September 6 in Otsego on the charge of domestic assault.
Jay Jerry Fradella, 33, of Monticello was charged September 6 with fifth degree assault.
Stephen Roger Nelson, 38, of Monticello was arrested September 6 in Monticello Township on a Wright County warrant for probation violation.
Farin Fenton Klatt, 38, no permanent address, was arrested September 7 in Buffalo on the charge of fleeing on foot.
Curtis Edwin Wilson, 18, of Monticello was arrested September 7 in Monticello on the charge of minor consumption and disorderly conduct.
Troy William Lindenfelser, 23, of Monticello was arrested September 9 in Albertville on the charge of trespassing.
Jessaca Kendyl Speikers, 19, of Greenfield was arrested September 9 in Monticello on the charges of minor consumption, disorderly conduct and obstructing legal process.
Michael Alan Munkholm, 28, of Otsego was arrested September 9 in Otsego on the charges of fifth degree assault, disorderly conduct and obstructing legal process.
There were 20 property damage accidents, 5 personal injury accidents, 2 hit and run accidents and 1 car deer accident.
There were 6 arrests for DWI, 2 underage consumption arrests and 23 tickets for miscellaneous traffic violations issued this week.

Fire Report

Put out two grass fires on Sept. 5, on I-94 at mile marker 191. A trailer losing a tire caused the fires, which burned an area approximately 30 x 100 yards.
Called to provide mutual aid to Big Lake fire for standby at their station on the morning of Sept. 6, while they helped Elk River on a structure fire. Call was canceled before leaving station as they ended up with enough man power to cover the area.
Called to the 300 block of Marvin Ave. on Sept. 6 at 11:16 a.m. for a grass fire. Call was canceled.
Responded to a fire call at the 6100 block of Badger St on Sept. 6. Put out a fire inside of stove, got smoke out of the house and took the stove outside of the house.
Called to a rest area on I-94 near Enfield Sept. 6 for smoke coming out of the ground. Turned out to be from a construction crew digging in the area.
Responded to downed power lines at Hwy. 25 and West River St. at 3:35 p.m. Sept. 6. Blocked off the area and waited for power company to show up. Also helped control traffic, as well as put down sandbags and absorbent rolls to keep oil from the broken transformers from getting to the river.
Called to Co. Rd. 39 and Bishop Ave. NE on Sept. 8 at 11:35 a.m. for a car that went off of the road and into a pond. Wright County Sheriffs Office canceled call.

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