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District Court actions - March 22

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Brainerd MN 506 James St. / PO Box 974 56401

The following recently were sentenced in Crow Wing District Court:

Joseph P. Barmettler, 28, Coon Rapids, was sentenced to 30 days in Crow Wing County (CWC) Jail, with credit for time served and three years of supervised probation for misdemeanor driving while intoxicated (DWI).

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Nicole D. Seaboy, also known as Nicole D. Minick, 29, Osseo, was sentenced to a stay of imposition of five years of supervised probation for theft by check. Seaboy also was sentenced to two years of unsupervised probation for a gross misdemeanor of failing to appear in court.

Barbara L. Jevning, 45, Nisswa, was sentenced to 30 days in CWC jail, with credit for time served and three years of supervised probation for misdemeanor DWI.

Joseph A. Ferrian, Jr., 39, Pillager, was sentenced to 25 months in the Minnesota Correctional Facility in St. Cloud, with 10 years of that sentence stayed for felony fifth-degree possession of drugs. Ferrian also was sentenced to one year in CWC jail, with two years of that sentence stayed for a felony charge of giving peace officer a false name.

Kyle R. Wilshusen, 27, Baxter, was sentenced to one year in CWC jail, with 358 days of that time stayed for three years for gross misdemeanor DWI.

Jamie Lee Anderson, 26, Brainerd, was sentenced to 10 years of supervised probation for felony coercion-threat to make a criminal charge.

Gary A. Goedker, 44, Brainerd, was sentenced to 90 days in CWC jail and five years of supervised probation for felony fifth-degree possession of drugs. Goedker also was sentenced to one year in CWC jail, with one year of that time stayed for two years for a gross misdemeanor traffic charge of driving after cancellation-inimical to public safety.

Breann M. Corrow, 23, Fort Ripley, was sentenced to one year in CWC jail, with 335 days of that sentence stayed and three years of supervised probation for gross misdemeanor DWI.

Karen A. Sam, 20, Brainerd, was sentenced to a stay of imposition of five years of supervised probation for felony fifth-degree possession of drugs.

Eric D. Thesing, 31, Pierz, was sentenced to one year in CWC jail, with 275 days of the sentence stayed for three years for gross misdemeanor DWI.

Roseanna K. Jensen, 25, Brainerd, was sentenced to 21 months in the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Shakopee for felony third-degree sale of drugs/narcotics.

Shawn P. Liebhard, 21, Duluth, was sentenced to 90 days in CWC jail, with 90 days of the sentence stayed for two years for misdemeanor DWI.

Timothy R. Brown, 41, Brainerd, was sentenced to 48 months in the St. Cloud prison, with that sentence stayed for 25 years for second-degree possession of drugs. He also was sentenced to 90 days in CWC jail.

James A. Swartout, 41, Brainerd, was sentenced to 26 months in the St. Cloud prison, with time for credit served for knowingly violating his conditions of his release as a predatory offender.

Damion J. Gullickson, 43, Walker, was sentenced to 48 months in the St. Cloud prison, with that sentence stayed for seven years for felony DWI. He also was sentenced to 180 days in CWC jail.

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. For instance, Ferrian will be on supervised probation for 10 years, and if he violations the conditions of his release he then may have to serve the 25 months in the St. Cloud prison.

■Plea hearings set for Brainerd residents involved in meth lab

Two Brainerd residents who allegedly were involved in the Oct. 15, 2012, methamphetamine manufacturing lab incident at an apartment complex in Brainerd appeared Monday in Crow Wing District Court for a hearing.

Daniel John Hoffman, 22, and Jade Nicole Christian, 19, were charged with two counts of first-degree manufacturing of methamphetamines. The judges set plea hearings for both Hoffman and Christian at 9 a.m. April 15.

According to the criminal complaint, Hoffman and Christian fled the scene when the couch at their apartment unit at 420 S. Seventh St. caught on fire. Authorities suspected they were manufacturing methamphetamine. Hoffman and Christian turned themselves into authorities Nov. 26, 2012.

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