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The following recently were sentenced in Crow Wing District Court:

Barry L. Rickard, 37, Pequot Lakes, was sentenced by Judge Earl Maus to 365 days in Crow Wing County Jail, with sentence stayed for three years, for gross misdemeanor driving while intoxicated (DWI).

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Shana R. Petersen, 44, St. Paul, was sentenced by Maus to 56 days in county jail, given credit for time served of 56 days for misdemeanor DWI.

Chad D. Winters, 24, Hugo, was sentenced by Maus to 365 days in county jail, with 358 days stayed for four years, for gross misdemeanor DWI.

Timothy W. Johnson, 25, Brainerd, was sentenced by Maus to 90 days in county jail, with sentenced stayed for two years, for misdemeanor DWI.

Leopold D. Wittner Jr., 25, Brainerd, was sentenced by Maus to 365 days in county jail, with 335 days stayed for three years, for gross misdemeanor DWI.

Burleigh R. Cruser, 83, Fort Ripley, was sentenced by Maus to 90 days in county jail, with sentence stayed for two years, for misdemeanor DWI.

Joshua O. McAninch, 22, Pine River, was sentenced by Maus to 33 months in the Minnesota Correctional Facility in St. Cloud, with sentence stayed for 10 years, for second-degree burglary.

Tonya M. Stalwick, 26, Brainerd, was sentenced by Maus to 12 months and one day in the Shakopee prison, with sentence stayed for five years, for felony financial transaction card fraud.

Kevin Song Jin Yong, 27, Nisswa, was sentenced by Judge Richard Zimmerman to 90 days in county jail, with sentence stayed for two years, for misdemeanor DWI.

Editor’s note: In court terms, when a person is sentenced and given a time that is “stayed,” it means that if the person violates the terms of their probation, that they may have to serve the original jail/prison sentence that the judge imposed.

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Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
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