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Beltrami County Court Report for June 26

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In Beltrami County District Court before Judge Paul Benshoof:

Jordan Tyler Headbird, 20, of Cass Lake, pleaded innocent June 6 to felony terroristic threats. He requested a jury trial, which is scheduled for July 26.

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According to the criminal complaint:

At 3 p.m. Jan. 1, Leech Lake Tribal Police officer responded to a report of a break-in and assault. Headbird had broken into a man's house and threatened to kill the resident with a metal pipe. Headbird entered the house by breaking out a window.

Joseph Z. Livingstone, 28, of Bemidji, pleaded innocent June 6 to felony first-degree DWI. He requested a jury trial, which is scheduled for July 26.

According to the criminal complaint:

At 9:45 p.m. April 1, a Bemidji Police officer responded to a report of a drunken driver. The officer saw a vehicle fitting the description of the suspect and made a traffic stop. The officer detected the odor of alcohol and bloodshot, watery eyes on Livingstone, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .16 in a preliminary breath test. He was taken to the Beltrami County Jail where he registered .17 in a breath test. At the time of his arrest, Livingstone's driving privileges were valid, and he had four prior DWI convictions in 2000, 2001, 2004 and felony DWI in 2005, for which he is currently on supervised release.

Natasha Dawn Redeagle, 26, of Redby, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 6 for gross misdemeanor thirddegree DWI - refusal to test.

She was sentenced to one year in jail with 355 days stayed for three years on the following conditions: She must serve 10 days in jail with credit for three days served; serve three years of probation; pay fine and costs of $585; complete chemical dependency assessment and follow recommendations; undergo random testing; not drink and drive; complete ASPEN.

At 12:16 a.m. April 3, A Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy saw Redeagle swerving over the fog line and driving erratically at varying speeds between 38 mph and 45 mph in a 55 mph zone. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol and bloodshot, watery eyes on Redeagle, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .175 in a preliminary breath test. She was taken to Sanford Bemidji Medical Center where she refused both urine and blood tests. At the time of her arrest, her driving privileges were suspended, and she had no prior DWI convictions.

John Herman Klasen IV, 34, of Wilton, pleaded guilty June 6 to felony fifth-degree possession of methamphetamine and gross misdemeanor contributing to the need for child protection or services. His sentencing is scheduled for July 18.

At 11:45 p.m. April 29, Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force agents, Beltrami County Sheriff's deputies and Bureau of Criminal Apprehension officers executed a search warrant at a Wilton home following a report that Klasen sold meth from the residence. Klasen was not present, but deputies and Minnesota State Patrol troopers made a traffic stop of a vehicle in which Klasen was a passenger. At the time of his arrest, Klasen had prior convictions for felony receiving stolen property in 2006 and felony possession of meth in 2009, both in Beltrami County.

Braden Craig Beckstrand, 23, of Clearbrook, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 6 for gross misdemeanor second-degree DWI with two aggravating factors.

He was sentenced to one year in jail with 335 days stayed for four years on the following conditions: He must serve 30 days in jail with credit for three days served; serve four years of probation to the court; pay fine and costs of $860; not enter establishments where alcohol is served; undergo random testing; have no alcohol violations and complete the DWI program.

On April 30, Bemidji Police officers responded to a twovehicle accident cause by Beckstrand driving through and intersection when the other vehicle had the right of way. The officers detected the odor of alcohol on Beckstrand, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .21 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 one prior DWI conviction in 2008.

Blair Jerald Bray, 34, of St. Francis, Minn., pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 6 for gross misdemeanor seconddegree DWI with two aggravating factors.

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 nine days served; serve four years of probation; pay fine and costs of $860; complete chemical dependency assessment and follow recommendations; undergo random testing; and have no alcohol violations.

At 9:42 p.m. May 29, a Beltrami County Sheriff's deputy responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle with lights flashing on and off. The deputy found Bray sleeping in the driver's seat with the dome light on and the keys in the ignition. The deputy detected the odor of alcohol on Bray, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .24 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 valid, and he had one prior DWI conviction in 2009.

Anna Christine Brule, 27, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty April 25 and was sentenced June 6 for felony first-degree DWI within 10 years of three or more impaired driving incidents.

She was sentenced to 42 months in prison stayed for seven years on the following conditions: She must serve 180 days in jail with credit for 88 days served; serve seven years of supervised probation; pay fine and costs of $1,185; 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; and submit a DNA sample.

Early on the morning of March 11, a Beltrami County Sheriff 's deputy saw Brule pull into and out of a gas station parking lot, skidding as she did so. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol, slurred speech and bloodshot, watery eyes on Brule, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .144 in a preliminary breath test. She submitted a urine sample at the Beltrami County Jail. At the time of her arrest, her driving privileges were valid, and she had three prior DWI convictions from 2003, 2004 and 2008.

Anson Peter Beaulieu Jr., 27, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty May 3 and was sentenced June 6 for felony violation of a compact for adult offender supervision.

He was sentenced to 13 months in prison stayed for five years on the following conditions: He must serve 45 days in jail with credit for 30 days served; serve five years of supervised probation; pay fine and costs of $658; 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; and submit a DNA sample.

In 2009, he was convicted of being an ineligible person in possession of a firearm. He was sentenced to 60 months in prison, with the time stayed on the condition he serve 15 years of supervised probation. He later was allowed to move to Maryland for supervision, but failed to register for supervision, then left that state and returned to Minnesota without reporting the move. A warrant was issued for his arrest in November, and he was arrested in January.

Rebecca Jean Johnson, 35, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 6 for gross misdemeanor seconddegree DWI refusal to test.

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

At 1:57 p.m. April 15, a Beltrami County Sheriff 's deputy saw expired license tabs on Johnson's vehicle. The deputy made a traffic stop and detected the odor of alcohol and bloodshot, watery eyes on Johnson, who failed field sobriety tests and registered .190 in a preliminary breath test. She was taken to Sanford Bemidji Medical Center where she refused both a blood and urine test. At the time of her arrest, her driving privileges were valid, and she had one prior DWI conviction in 2006.

Peggy Jo Sand, 48, of Wilton, pleaded guilty June 6 to felony possession of methamphetamine and gross misdemeanor contributing to the need for child protection or services. Her sentencing is scheduled for July 8.

At 11:45 p.m. April 29, Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force agents, Beltrami County Sheriff's deputies and Bureau of Criminal Apprehension officers executed a search warrant at a Wilton home where they found methamphetamine and items indicating drug sales. There were two children in the home. Sand and two others were arrested and arrangements were made for the care of the children. At the time of her arrest, Sand had prior convictions for possession of meth and felony theft in Beltrami County in 2008.

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