For the Record: Feb. 2 to Feb. 9

Wright County Attorney’s Report
Anthony Joseph Bartell, 30, of Albertville, sentenced Feb. 4 for gross misdemeanor second degree refusal to submit to testing to 365 days jail, $300 fine; 325 days stayed for three years on conditions of probation, serve 40 days jail, pay $300 fine plus surcharges, attend awareness panel for impaired drivers, undergo chemical dependency treatment and follow all recommendations, attend a support group, 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, serve 80 days on electronic home monitoring, have no same or similar violations.
Steven Michael Cherry, 44, of Big Lake, sentenced Jan. 31 for gross misdemeanor second degree DWI to 365 days jail, $300 fine; 335 days stayed for three years on conditions of probation, serve 30 days jail, pay $300 fine plus surcharges, attend awareness panel for impaired drivers, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, serve 60 days on electronic home monitoring, have no same or similar violations.
Rachel Marjorie Hakanson, 21, of Monticello, on Feb. 7 the charge of gross misdemeanor second degree DWI was dismissed.
Katie Lynn Harter, 25, of Monticello, sentenced Feb. 4 for possession of small amount of marijuana to pay $35 fine and pay $75 public defender co-payment.
Justin Dale Humason, 22, of Buffalo, sentenced Feb. 6 for felony receiving stolen property to a stay of imposition for up to 20 years on conditions of probation, serve 45 days jail, pay $300 fine plus surcharges, provide DNA sample, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, obtain permission before leaving the state, have no use or possession of firearms or dangerous weapons, have no same or similar violations.
David Paul Koch, 45, of Monticello, sentenced Jan. 31 for gross misdemeanor driving after cancellation to 365 days jail, $100 fine; 363 days stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 2 days jail, pay $100 fine plus surcharges, have no same or similar violations.
Jacob Michael Krone, 24, of Monticello, sentenced Feb. 7 for misdemeanor fourth degree DWI to 90 days jail, $1,000 fine; 90 days, $300 stayed for two years on conditions of probation, pay $700 fine plus surcharges, attend awareness panel for impaired drivers, complete a Level II driving program and follow all recommendations, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, pay restitution, complete 3 days sentence to service, have no same or similar violations.
Holly Katrina Lea, 40, of Monticello, sentenced Feb. 4 for gross misdemeanor third degree DWI to 365 days jail, $300 fine; 363 days stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 2 days jail, pay $300 fine plus surcharges, complete a Level II driving program and follow all recommendations, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, serve 50 days on electronic home monitoring, have no same or similar violations.
Kevin Alexander Lieder, 26, of Buffalo, sentenced Feb. 4 for misdemeanor obstructing legal process to 90 days jail, $200 fine; 70 days stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 20 days jail, pay $200 fine plus law library fee, serve 40 days on electronic home monitoring, provide DNA sample, complete a Level II driving program and follow all recommendations, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, have no same or similar violations.  Sentenced for Gross Misdemeanor Third Degree DWI to 365 days jail, 345 days stayed  for two years on conditions of probation, serve 20 days jail, concurrent, follow above conditions.
Corey Allen Lotz, 19, of Buffalo, sentenced Feb. 7 for burglary in the fourth degree to 365 days jail, $200 fine; 335 days stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 30 days jail, pay $200 fine plus surcharges, pay $75 public defender co-payment, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, provide DNA sample, undergo chemical dependency treatment and follow all recommendations, have no same or similar violations.
Dann Mae O’Leary, 47, of Big Lake, sentenced Jan. 31 for gross misdemeanor second degree DWI to 365 days jail, $300 fine; 355 days stayed for four years on conditions of probation, serve 10 days jail, pay $300 fine plus surcharges, undergo chemical dependency treatment and follow all recommendations, attend a support group, attend awareness panel for impaired drivers, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, remain medically compliant, serve 20 days on electronic home monitoring, have no same or similar violations.
Kenneth Dale Schommer, 45, of Clearwater, sentenced Feb. 17 for probation violations for felony controlled substance crime in the fifth degree to 45 days jail.
Nancy Lee Steinke, 66, of Buffalo, sentenced Feb. 4 for gross misdemeanor refusal to submit to testing to 365 days jail, $100 fine; 363 days stayed for one year on conditions of probation, serve 2 days jail, pay $100 fine plus law library fee, attend a support group, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, provide DNA sample, serve 8 days on electronic home monitoring, have no same or similar violations.

Wright County Sheriff’s Report
James Raymond Bakke, 44, of Clearwater was arrested Feb. 4 in Clearwater on the charges of second degree assault and terroristic threats.
George Hamilton Roberts, 44, of Monticello was arrested Feb. 5 in Monticello on the charge of domestic assault.
Justin Anthony Longfield, 28, of Albertville was arrested Feb. 5 in Buffalo on a Wright County warrant for second degree assault.
Jose Jesus Vargus, 29, of Monticello was arrested Feb. 5 in Monticello on the charge of theft.
Darrick Wade Hamacher, 34, of Becker was arrested Feb. 6 in Clearwater on a Douglas County warrant for a probation violation.
Timothy John Carty, 35, of Otsego was arrested Feb. 6 in Otsego on a Benton County warrant for domestic assault.
Anna Lynn Finckbone, 30, of Monticello was arrested Feb. 7 in Monticello on an apprehension and detention order from Wright County.
Nicholas Bryan Ordorff, 29, of Buffalo was arrested Feb. 7 in Monticello on the charge of violation of no contact order.
Virginia Marie O’Donnell, 40, of Buffalo was arrested Feb. 7 in Buffalo on a Wright County warrant for probation violation.
Landon Richard Macdonald, 18, of Big Lake was arrested Feb. 8 in Otsego on a Wright County warrant for theft.
Scott Aaron Wilke, 44, of Big Lake was arrested Feb. 8 in Monticello on an apprehension and detention order from the MN Department of Corrections.
Eric John Martner, 22, of Monticello was arrested Feb. 8 in Monticello on the charge of domestic assault.
Michael Joseph Kovar, 26, of Albertville was arrested Feb. 8 in Albertville on a Wright County warrant for failure to appear.
Dontra Tevin Salmon, 22, of Otsego was arrested Feb. 8 in Otsego on a Wright County warrant for failure to appear.
Jason Michael Roberts, 33, of St. Paul was arrested Feb. 9 in Monticello on the charges of possession of a counterfeit check and theft by swindle.
There were 34 property damage accidents, 2 personal injury accidents, 4 hit and run accident and 12 car deer accidents.
There were 3 arrests for DWI, 1 school bus stop arm violation and 71 tickets for miscellaneous traffic violations reported this week.

Monticello Fire Report
Called to a smoke alarm in the 900 block of Meadow Oak Dr. Feb. 8 at 5:07 p.m. Alarm was due to burnt food on the stove, call was canceled.
Assisted with a medical call at Monticello High School Feb. 9 at 4:10 p.m.
Responded Feb. 10 at 4 p.m. to a CO detector going off at a residence in the 5700 block of Overlook Dr. Found a car had been left running in the garage and set off the alarm.
Extricated one person trapped in a car after a car accident on I-94 near mile marker 195 Feb. 10 at 5:41 p.m. Held the person in Engine 1 until an ambulance showed up, then provided traffic control for car removal.

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