Published 10/23/2011, Wadena Pioneer Journal
Rebecca Jean Dissmore, 36, Menahga, disorderly conduct — brawling or fighting, 90 days jail stayed for one year, one year probation, fees $1,465 with $700 stayed for one year. Charge of obstructing the legal process was dismissed at sentencing. Joshua Ryan Horstmann, 22, St. Cloud, fish and game — take or possess during closed season, pheasant, grouse, partridge, turkey, fees $390. Sean Christian Paxton, 21, Sauk Rapids, theft — take/use/transfer movable property with no consent, 30 days jail with 23 days stayed for one year, one year probation, fees $1,240 with $850 stayed for one year, restitution $1.71. Charges of obstructing the legal process, fleeing a peace officer by means other than a motor vehicle and unlawful deposit of garbage were dismissed. Steven Arthur Savaloja, 52, Wadena, fifth-degree drugs — not small amount of marijuana, 15 months prison stayed for 20 years, 20 years probation, community service, six months local jail, fees $2,405. Charges of possess pistol/assault weapon — conviction or adjudicated delinquent for crime of violence, terroristic threats and fifth-degree assault were dismissed at sentencing. Dylan Gene Carpenter, 19, Sebeka, liquor consumption by persons under 21 (two counts), fees $380. Alysha Lynne Koslofsky, 20, Pequot Lakes, liquor consumption by persons under 21, fees $190. Sarah Mae Hughes, 19, Elk River, Minn., drugs — possess over 1.4 grams marijuana in a motor vehicle and possession of drug paraphernalia, fees $290. Andrew Thomas Becker, 22, Fargo, N.D., disorderly conduct, fees $390. Marissa Ann Fall, 18, Motley, liquor consumption by persons under 21, fees $190. Abram Michael Grover, 35, Park Rapids, trespass — return to property within one year, 90 days jail stayed for one year, one year probation, fees $1,365 with $800 stayed for one year. Kateline Sue Peterson, 20, Pequot Lakes, liquor consumption by persons under 21 (two counts), fees $380.Word count: 292
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