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Beltrami County Court Report for June 12

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Bemidji, 56619

Bemidji Minnesota P.O. Box 455 56619

In Beltrami County District Court before Judge John Melbye:

Adam David Shaul, 29, of East Grand Forks, Minn., pleaded guilty May 2 and was sentence May 9 for felony first-degree DWI refusal of chemical testing within 10 years of three or more previous DWI convictions, amended from gross misdemeanor second-degree DWI.

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He was sentenced to 66 months in prison with credit for 97 days served and must pay fine and costs of $210.

At 3:29 a.m. Jan 30, a Bemidji Police officer responded to a report of a domestic dispute at a Bemidji motel. Shaul had left in a vehicle. A Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy identified the vehicle and made a traffic stop. The deputy detected the odor of alcohol, slurred speech and bloodshot, watery eyes on Shaul, who refused a preliminary breath test. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he refused testing. At the time of his arrest, his driving privileges were valid. He had three prior DWI convictions in 2003 in Roseau County, 2004 in Grand Forks County, N.D., and 2009 in Steele County, N.D., a felony fifth-degree controlled substance crime conviction in 2005 in Polk County and a criminal history in North Dakota.

Susan Esther Safstrom, 54, of Bemidji, had continued for dismissal May 10 a misdemeanor hunter harassment charge, amended from gross misdemeanor hunter harassment on the following conditions: She must have no contact with the victims, stay at least 50 feet away from them and not videotape the victims.

In Beltrami County District Court before Judge Shari Schluchter:

James Lee Roper, 27, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 13 for gross misdemeanor second-degree DWI with two aggravating factors.

He was sentenced to one year in jail with 335 days stayed for three years on the following conditions: He must serve 30 days on work release with credit for one day served; pay or work off fine and costs of $1,085; not drink and drive; complete treatment at a DWI clinic; and undergo random testing.

At 2 a.m. Feb. 13, a Bemidji Police officer responded to a report of a vehicle stuck in a snowbank. Roper exited the vehicle and ran from the officer, but was later arrested when the officer follow his footprints in the snow. He was taken to Sanford Bemidji Medical Center where a blood test registered .23.

Cheryl Marie Wind, 49, of Red Lake, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 9 for gross misdemeanor DWI with two aggravating factors.

She was sentenced to one year in jail with 275 days stayed for four years on the following conditions: She must serve 90 days on work release; serve four years of probation; pay or work off fine and costs of $1,185; not use alcohol or enter establishments where it is sold or served; undergo random testing; complete treatment; have no driver's license violations; and not drive without insurance.

At 2:01 a.m. March 5, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy saw her driving at 45 mph in a 55 mph zone. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol and bloodshot, watery eyes on Wind, who failed field sobriety tests. Her driver's license had been cancelled as inimical to public safety and she had no insurance. An open bottle of vodka in the console was half full. She was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where she registered .09 on the Intoxilyzer. At the time of her arrest, she had prior DWI convictions from 1991, 1992, 2003 and 2007.

Barrett Jeffrey Wiberg, 21, of Grand Rapids, Minn., pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 9 for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI with one aggravating factor.

He was sentenced to one year in jail with 355 days stayed for three years on the following conditions: He must serve 10 days on work release with credit for two days served; serve three years of probation; pay fine and costs of $860; complete chemical dependency assessment and follow recommendations; not use alcohol or enter establishments where it is sold or served except for work; and undergo random testing.

At 12:30 a.m. April 3, a Bemidji Police officer stopped Brooks for driving with headlights on. The officer detected the odor of alcohol on Brooks, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .18 in a preliminary breath test. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he registered .20 on the Intoxilyzer. At the time of his arrest, his driving privileges were valid and he had no prior DWI convictions.

Jared Dale Boye, 24, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty April 5 and was sentenced May 9 for felony burglary and felony fifth-degree possession of codeine.

On the burglary conviction, he was sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for five days served and must serve five years of supervised probation; pay or work off fine and costs of $1,160; not use or possess alcohol or controlled substances or enter establishments where they are sold or served; undergo random testing; submit a DNA sample; complete treatment; undergo counseling; undergo cognitive skills training; and take medications as prescribed.

On the possession of codeine conviction, he must pay fine and costs of $910 and fulfill the same probation requirements.

Successful completion of probation will result in misdemeanor convictions.

At 11:30 p.m. Nov. 1, a resident reported that Boye had entered his garage and walked out with a chain saw. The resident restrained Boye at the scene until officers arrived.

In a separate case, at 7:10 p.m. March 4, a Bemidji Police officer saw Boye driving erratically and made a traffic stop. Boye's driving privileges were revoked. The officer detected the odor of alcohol and bloodshot, watery eyes on Boye, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .097 in a preliminary breath test. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he registered .07 on the Intoxilyzer. He had a 30-milligram tablet of codeine in his pocket at the time of his arrest. He was also on pretrial release on condition that he use no illegal drugs and undergo random testing.

Amber Rose Beaudreau, 20, of Pennington, pleaded guilty March 8 and was sentenced May 9 for felony neglect endangering a child.

She was sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for two days served and must serve five years of supervised probation; pay fine and costs of $575; complete chemical dependency assessment and follow recommendations; not use or possess alcohol or controlled substances or enter establishments where they are sold or served; undergo random testing; undergo gambling assessment; and take parenting classes. Successful completion of probation will result in a dismissal.

On May 19, she brought her 3-year-old son to Cass Lake Indian Health Service Hospital with a temperature of 92 degrees, scratches and bruises on his face and back, and a crotch injury. He also had dental cavities and tooth injuries. Beaudreau lied about the causes of his injuries, which were judged inconsistent with her explanations.

Michael Aaron Roy, 37, of Redby, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 9 for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI with one aggravating factor.

He was sentenced to one year in jail with 355 days stayed for three years on the following conditions: He must serve 10 days in jail with credit for three days served; serve three years of probation; pay or work off fine and costs of $933; not use or possess alcohol.

At 11:36 p.m. Oct. 3, 2009, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy responded to a report of a drunk driver. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol on Roy, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .14 in the preliminary breath test. There was an open bottle of peppermint schnapps in the vehicle. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he registered .23 on the Intoxilyzer. At the time of his arrest, his driving privileges were valid and he had no prior DWI convictions.

Ann Marie Aitkin, 44, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 9 for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI with one aggravating factor.

She was sentenced to one year in jail with 335 days stayed for three years on the following conditions: She must serve 30 days in jail with credit for two days served; serve three years of probation; pay fine and costs of $1,158; not use or possess alcohol or controlled substances or enter establishments where they are sold or served; undergo random testing; and complete treatment and aftercare. She was granted a furlough for treatment.

At 11:20 a.m. April 7, 2010, she arrived at the Beltrami County Courthouse, where a bailiff detected the odor of alcohol. She left with the bailiff's warning that she should not drive. The bailiff saw her drive away and notified a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy, who made a traffic stop. The deputy detected the odor of alcohol on Aitkin, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .166 in a preliminary breath test. She was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where she registered .14 on the Intoxilyzer. At the time of her arrest, her driving privileges were valid, and she had two prior DWI convictions in 1998 and 2005.

Loni Denise Sayers, 19, of Red Lake, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 9 for gross misdemeanor giving a peace officer a false name and misdemeanor theft of an item valued at less than $500.

On the false name conviction, she was sentenced to 90 days in jail with 78 days stayed for one year on the following conditions: She must serve 12 days in jail; serve one year of probation; pay fine and costs of $235 and have no contact with the victim. On the misdemeanor theft conviction, she must pay a fine of $150 and complete the same probation requirements as for the gross misdemeanor conviction.

On March 1, she stole a woman's purse in a retail business. She gave a false name because of and outstanding warrant against her in Cass County.

Holly Beth Johnson, 27, of Redwood Falls, Minn., pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 9 for gross misdemeanor giving a peace officer a false name.

She was sentenced to one year in jail with 353 days stayed for two years on the following conditions: She must serve 12 days in jail; serve two years of probation; and pay fine and costs of $660.

At 9:30 p.m. March 2, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy stopped a suspected drunk driver. Johnson was a passenger in the vehicle and gave the deputy a false name.

Trent Michael Holden, 39, of Bemidji pleaded innocent May 9 to felony first-degree possession of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute, felony second-degree possession of meth and misdemeanor possession of a police scanner in a motor vehicle. His next court appearance is scheduled for June 28.

According to the criminal complaint:

At 2:20 p.m. Nov. 9, a Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force officer recognized Holden's vehicle. An outstanding warrant was out for his arrest for violating supervised release conditions in November 2009. The officer made a traffic stop. Holden's driving privileges had been revoked. In the vehicle, he had 25.2 grams of meth and $1,985 in cash. At the time of his arrest, he had prior convictions for fifth-degree controlled substance crimes in 2006 and 2008.

Lance David Week, 26, of Bemidji, pleaded innocent May 9 to felony fifth-degree possession of methamphetamine and gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI. His next court appearance is scheduled for May 31.

According to the criminal complaint:

At 3:50 a.m. Feb. 3, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy on routine patrol saw Week driving with one headlight out. The deputy made a traffic stop. Week's driver's license was revoked and he had no insurance. The vehicle was towed and a search turned up meth pipes. Week was taken to Sanford Bemidji Medical Center for a blood test. At the time of his arrest, he had one prior DWI conviction.

Tony Lee Jacobson, 28, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty Jan. 11 and was sentenced May 16 for gross misdemeanor check forgery amended from felony check forgery and, in a separate incident, felony escape from custody.

On the forgery conviction, he was sentenced to one year in jail and must pay fine and costs of $158 and restitution of $696.

On Jan. 2 or 3, 2009, he stole a book of checks and forged the name of the account holder.

He was sentenced July 29, 2008, to 17 months in prison for felony fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle. He was granted furlough April 16, 2009, for treatment, but escaped from the treatment facility. On the escape conviction, he was sentenced to 12 months in prison with credit for 127 days served and must pay fine and costs of $158.

Jacobson pleaded guilty March 28 and was sentenced May 16 for felony aiding and abetting theft and gross misdemeanor theft amended from felony theft.

On the aiding and abetting theft conviction, he was sentenced to 20 months in prison with credit for 88 days served and must pay $1,177 in restitution.

On Jan. 29, he, along with two other men, stole two snowmobiles.

On the gross misdemeanor theft conviction, he was sentenced to one year in jail and must pay $160 fine and costs and restitution.

On Feb. 2, he stole a snowmobile valued at $1,000.

In Beltrami County District Court before Judge Paul Benshoof:

Rosalind Marie Kingbird, 29, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 16 for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI with one aggravating factor and giving a peace officer a false name.

On the DWI conviction, she was sentenced to one year in jail with 365 days stayed for three years on the following conditions: She must serve three years of probation; pay fine and costs of $685; complete chemical dependency assessment and follow recommendations; not drink and drive; and undergo random testing.

On the false name conviction, she was sentenced to one year in jail with 365 days stayed for two years on the following conditions: She must serve two years of probation; and pay a fine of $300.

At 2:40 a.m. April 10, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy saw Kingbird driving erratically on the shoulder of the road. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol and bloodshot watery eyes on Kingbird, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .092 in a preliminary breath test. She was taken to the Sanford Bemidji Medical Center where she underwent a blood test. At the time of her arrest, her driving privileges had been revoked and she had one prior DWI refusal to test in 2007 in Beltrami County.

Cheryl Ann Whitebird, 30, of Cass Lake, pleaded innocent May 17 to felony fifth-degree possession of Oxycontin. Her next court appearance is scheduled for Oct. 18.

According to the criminal complaint:

On Oct. 1, a Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force officer found her in possession of the controlled substance.

Neil Curtis Cutbank, 33, of Pennington, pleaded innocent May 16 to felony third-degree possession of methamphetamine. His next court appearance is scheduled for June 28.

According to the criminal complaint:

At 6:45 p.m. April 29, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy saw a person driving with expired registration. The deputy made a traffic stop and saw that the passenger, Cutbank, had a pair of illegal brass knuckles attached to his key ring. The deputy had Cutbank exit the vehicle and patted him down. The deputy found baggies with 4.8 grams of meth on Cutbank.

Michael Lee Sherman, 36, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 16 to gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI - refusal of chemical testing.

He was sentenced to one year in jail with 350 days stayed for four years on the following conditions: He must serve 15 days in jail with credit for six days served; serve four years of probation; pay or work off fine and costs of $935; complete chemical dependency assessment and follow recommendations; not use alcohol or controlled substances or enter establishments where they are sold or served; and undergo random testing.

At 9:39 p.m. May 11, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy saw that Sherman's vehicle had a taillight out and was drifting over the fog line. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol, slurred speech and bloodshot, watery eyes on Sherman, who refused field sobriety tests. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he refused the Intoxilyzer test. At the time of his arrest, his driving privileges were revoked, and he had one prior DWI conviction in 1995.

Jennifer Marie Born, 35, of Waubun, Minn., pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 16 for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI with one aggravating factor.

She was sentenced to one year in jail with 335 days stayed for three years on the following conditions: She must serve 30 days in jail with credit for two days served; serve three years of probation; pay fine and costs of $610; undergo random testing; not drink and drive; and undergo educational assessment.

At 1:44 a.m. April 6, a Minnesota State Patrol trooper saw Born drive through a red light. The trooper made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol, slurred speech and bloodshot, watery eyes on Born who failed field sobriety tests and registered .188 in a preliminary breath test. She was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where she registered .17 on the Intoxilyzer. At the time of her arrest, her driving privileges were valid, and she had one prior DWI conviction.

Curtis Randall Johnson, 25, of Red Lake, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 16 for gross misdemeanor second-degree DWI with two aggravating factors.

He was sentenced to one year in jail with 335 days stayed for three years on the following conditions: He must serve 30 days on work release with credit for two days served; serve three years of probation; pay fine and costs of $935; complete chemical dependency assessment and follow recommendations; not drink and drive; and undergo random testing.

At 9:40 p.m. April 24, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy clocked Johnson driving 70 mph in a 55 mph zone. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol, slurred speech and bloodshot, watery eyes on Johnson, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .280 in a preliminary breath test. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he registered .27 on the Intoxilyzer. At the time of his arrest, his driving privileges were revoked, and he had one prior DWI conviction in 2008.

Michael John Tatreau, 45, of Solway, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 16 for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI with one aggravating factor.

He was sentenced to one year in jail with 335 days stayed for four years on the following conditions: He must serve 30 days on work release with credit for four days served; serve four years of probation; pay fine and costs of $1,185; complete chemical dependency assessment and follow recommendations; not drink and drive; and undergo random testing.

At 3:48 p.m. March 9, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy saw expired license plates on Tatreau's vehicle. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol and bloodshot, watery eyes on Tatreau who fled on foot. The deputy followed footprints and found Tatreau lying in a snowbank. Tatreau failed field sobriety tests and registered .127 in a preliminary breath test. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he registered .10 on the Intoxilyzer. At the time of his arrest, his driving privileges were revoked.

Darren Michael Neese, 27, of Germfask, Mich., pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 16 for gross misdemeanor second-degree DWI with two aggravating factors.

He was sentenced to one year in jail with 335 days stayed for three years on the following conditions: He must serve 30 days in jail; serve three years of probation; pay or work off fine and costs of $858; pay restitution; complete chemical dependency assessment and follow recommendations; not drink and drive; and undergo random testing.

At 1:23 a.m. April 9, Neese was involved in a personal injury accident. The Bemidji Police officer who responded detected the odor of alcohol, slurred speech and bloodshot, watery eyes on Neese who failed field sobriety tests and registered .194 in a preliminary breath test. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he registered .21 on the Intoxilyzer.

Jeremy John Ganske, 34, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 16 for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI with one aggravating factor.

He was sentenced to one year in jail with 355 days stayed for three years on the following conditions: He must serve 10 days in jail with credit for three days served; serve three years of probation; pay fine and costs of $860; not drink and drive; and undergo random testing.

At midnight April 16, a U.S. Border Patrol officer saw Ganske driving north in a southbound lane. Ganske swerved into the ditch to avoid collision. The officer called a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy. Ganske refused field sobriety tests. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he registered .25 on the Intoxilyzer. At the time of his arrest, his driving privileges were valid, and he had no prior DWIs.

Lance Keith Bergsven, 25, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced May 16 for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI with one aggravating factor.

He was sentenced to one year in jail with 355 days stayed for three years on the following conditions: He must serve 10 days on work release with credit for one days served; serve three years of probation; pay fine and costs of $685; complete chemical dependency assessment and follow recommendations; not drink and drive; and undergo educational assessment and ASPEN.

At 2:50 a.m. April 22, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy saw Bergsven turn without signaling and almost run into a telephone pole. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol, slurred speech and bloodshot, watery eyes on Bergsven, who registered .189 in a preliminary breath test. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he registered .21 on the Intoxilyzer. At the time of his arrest, his driving privileges were valid, and he had no prior DWI convictions.

Brandon James White, 22, of Longville, Minn., pleaded guilty April 4 and was sentenced May 16 for felony domestic abuse - violation of a no-contact order within 10 years of two or more domestic violence convictions.

He was sentenced to 82 days in jail; five years of supervised probation; he must pay fine and costs of $1,160; not use alcohol or controlled substances or enter establishments where they are sold or served; undergo random testing; submit a DNA sample; have no contact with the victim; and undergo domestic abuse counseling and treatment. Successful completion of probation will result in a misdemeanor conviction.

On Feb. 17, Bemidji Police officers were notified that White and a woman, who had a no-contact order out against him, were fighting in a Bemidji parking lot. He had been convicted on Sept. 1 and Jan. 10 of domestic violence against the same woman and ordered to have no contact with her.

Douglas Dean Kingbird, 27, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty April 25 and was sentenced May 16 for felony domestic abuse - violation of a no-contact order within 10 years of two or more domestic violence convictions.

He was sentenced to 18 months in prison with the time stayed for five years on the following conditions: He must serve 75 days in jail; serve five years of supervised probation; pay fine and costs of $1,160; not use alcohol or controlled substance or enter establishments where they are sold or served; undergo random testing; submit a DNA sample; have no contact with the victim; undergo domestic abuse counseling and treatment, mental health counseling and cognitive skills training; and take medications as prescribed.

At 8:22 p.m. April 9, he was driving a vehicle with a female passenger who had a no-contact order out against him. A Beltrami County Sheriff 's deputy followed Kingbird's vehicle to a service station as Kingbird's car lights were malfunctioning. Kingbird has domestic violence convictions in relation to the same woman in 2005, twice in 2008, in 2009 and 2010 when the no-contact order was issued. He also has a gross misdemeanor conviction for giving a peace officer a false name.

Dwight Angelo Johnson, 47, of Redby, pleaded guilty and received a six-month stay of adjudication May 16 for gross misdemeanor driving after cancellation as inimical to public safety.

He must pay a fine of $100.

At 2:24 a.m. Jan. 21, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy saw Johnson driving without a license plate light. The deputy made a traffic stop. Johnson's driving privileges were cancelled in 2008.

Kelly Aaron Kirk, 34, of Bemidji pleaded guilty May 16 to four felony counts of possession of child pornography, amended from one count of possession of child pornography. His sentencing is scheduled for July 18.

In July 2010, Beltrami County Sheriff's deputies became aware that Kirk's residence was being used to access and distribute child pornography via the Internet. The deputies obtained a search warrant, and on Sept. 9 seized Kirk's computer. Kirk was taken to the Beltrami County Jail.

Amber Marie-Ann Sand, 24, of Blackduck, pleaded guilty May 16 to felony third-degree possession of three or more grams of methamphetamine, felony fifth-degree possession of morphine and felony fifth-degree possession of meth. Her sentencing is scheduled for June 6.

On June 27, she violated her conditions of release on convictions in Beltrami and Benton counties and was taken to the Beltrami County Jail. She had six grams of meth and 10 morphine pills.

In a separate case, at 11:45 p.m. April 29, Beltrami County Sheriff's deputies, Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force officers and Bureau of Criminal Apprehension officers executed a search warrant of a home where Sand was living on pre-trial release in relation to the previous two counts. The search turned up four grams of meth and a scale. Sand and two other people were arrested. At the time of her arrest, she had prior convictions for possession of meth in 2007, 2008 and 2009 in Beltrami County.

David Matthew Patch, 40, of Blackduck, pleaded innocent Mau 16 gross misdemeanor to driving after cancellation as inimical to public safety. He requested a jury trial, which is set for July 26.

According to the criminal complaint:

At 3:21 p.m. April 2, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy saw Patch driving and knew his license had been cancelled. The deputy made a traffic stop and took Patch to the Beltrami County Jail.

Douglas Donald Bock, 46, of Bemidji, pleaded innocent May 16 to gross misdemeanor second-degree DWI. He requested a jury trial, which is scheduled for July 26.

According to the criminal complaint:

On March 29, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy saw Bock go through a red light. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol and slurred speech on Bock, who registered .164 in a preliminary breath test. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he registered .20 on the Intoxilyzer. At the time of his arrest, his driving privileges were valid, and he had one prior DWI conviction in 2005.

Marchello Anthony Cimmarusti, 35, of Bemidji, pleaded innocent May 16 to gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI with one aggravating factor. He requested a jury trial, which is scheduled for July 26.

According to the criminal complaint:

At 1:24 a.m. March 19, a Bemidji Police officer responded to a report of a vehicle collision. Cimmarusti failed field sobriety tests and refused a preliminary breath test. He was taken to Sanford Bemidji Medical Center where he registered .152 in a blood test. At the time of his arrest, his driving privileges were valid, and he had one prior DWI refusal to test conviction in 2005.

Alanna Kimberly Ally Degroot, 21, of Northfield, Minn., pleaded innocent May 16 to gross misdemeanor theft by swindle. She requested a jury trial, which is scheduled for July 26.

According to the criminal complaint:

While working at a Bemidji retail store, she created $1,478 in fraudulent merchandise returns and pocketed the money.

Corey William Larue, 37, of Shevlin, pleaded innocent May 16 to felony DWI. He requested a jury trial, which is scheduled for July 26.

According to the criminal complaint:

At 1:30 a.m. April 24, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy clocked Larue driving 40 mph in a 30 mph zone and crossing the center line. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol, slurred speech and bloodshot, watery eyes on Larue who failed field sobriety tests and registered .207 in a preliminary breath test. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he registered .19 on the Intoxilyzer. At the time of his arrest, his driving privileges were cancelled, and he had six prior DWI convictions in 1994, 1995, 2002, 2006, 2007 and 2010 and was on probation for the 2010 conviction He also was convicted for felony DWI in Clearwater County.

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