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In Beltrami County District Court before Judge Shari Schluchter:

Scott Alan O'Dell Jr., 27, of Blaine, Minn., pleaded guilty May 4 and was sentenced June 7 for felony fifth-degree drug possession. He was sentenced to probation before conviction, with successful completion resulting in a dismissal. He must serve 33 days in jail; five years supervised probation; pay $1,000 fine; complete CD evaluation and treatment within 60 days; follow recommendations of evaluation; complete aftercare; not use or possess alcohol or drugs; not enter bars or liquor stores; submit to random testing and searches; remain law-abiding and complete cognitive skills training.

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At 11 p.m. Jan. 13, a Beltrami County Sheriff 's deputy arrested O'Dell for fifth-degree possession of drugs. Deputies seized a spoon, three hypodermic syringes and five small baggies containing methamphetamine from under a seat O'Dell had been sitting in. He has prior DWI convictions.

Julia Lucille Oakgrove, 34, of Redby, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 7 for felony theft by check. She was sentenced to 70 days in jail; five years supervised probation; restitution $5,383.56; fined $83; follow instructions of probation; take medications in the prescribed dosage and frequency; sign medical releases; not use or possess checks and/or a checking account; submit to random searches; no alcohol or drug use; random testing; submit DNA sample and pay restitution.

Between March 25, 2003, and May 5, 2003, Oakgrove wrote $1,596.94 worth of checks on a closed account.

Jennifer Rose Moen, 22, of Warroad, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 7 for felony third-degree burglary. She was granted a stay of imposition, which with successful completion of probation will result in misdemeanor conviction; sentenced to 28 days in jail; granted credit for two days; five years supervised probation; $1,083 fine; write apology letter; complete treatment; no contact with victims; supply DNA; remain law-abiding; follow instructions of probation and restitution reserved.

At 5:35 p.m. Aug. 1, a Beltrami County Sheriff 's deputy arrested Moen for third-degree burglary of a gas station. She and a partner stole cigarettes and lottery tickets.

Michael Evan Bohn, 21, of Wilton, pleaded guilty May 17 and was sentenced June 7 for felony fifthdegree drug possession and gross misdemeanor obstruction of legal process.

He was sentenced to prison for 13 months, which was stayed for 10 years. He must serve 64 days in jail; credit granted for 128 days; 10 years supervised probation for felony and two years for gross misdemeanor; follow through with all mental health counseling and appointments; complete cognitive skills; remain lawabiding; follow all instructions of probation; complete CD evaluation and treatment within 30 days of being released; follow recommendations of evaluation; not use or possess alcohol or drugs; not enter bars or liquor stores; submit to random testing; $1,283 fine and submit DNA.

At 10:15 a.m. Jan. 31, a Bemidji Police officer arrested Bohn for an outstanding warrant. In a search, a Clonazapan tablet was found, which he does not have a prescription for. He has a prior conviction for second-degree burglary and a prior felony conviction for fifth-degree possession of Clonazapan. He also has a significant history of gross misdemeanor and misdemeanor convictions.

Clinton Mark Wilson, 42, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty June 7 to felony seconddegree drugs - sale of three grams or more of methamphetamine. His next court date will be July 19.

On March 8, a confidential reliable informant notified Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force agents that they were able to purchase meth from Wilson. The CRI bought 5.6 grams of meth for $820. He has prior convictions for third-degree sale of meth.

Jennifer Elizabeth Rogers, 21, of Hines, pleaded guilty May 4 and was sentenced June 7, for felony fifth-degree drug possession. She was granted a stay of adjudication, with successful completion of probation resulting in a dismissal of the case; sentenced to 27 days in jail; granted three days credit; five years supervised probation; not use or possess alcohol or drugs; not enter bars or liquor stores; submit to random testing and searches; complete CD evaluation/treatment within 60 days; follow recommendations; follow instructions of probation; remain lawabiding and complete 100 hours of community service work.

At 11:15 a.m. March 15, a Beltrami County Sheriff 's deputy arrested Rogers for forging a prescription for Vicodin.

Samuel Tate Theisen, 18, of Blackduck, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 7 for gross misdemeanor criminal vehicular homicide or operation of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. He was sentenced to one year in jail, of which 355 days were stayed for three years; must serve six days in jail; granted credit for four days served; probation to the courts for three years; $1,108 fine; complete CD evaluation/treatment within 30 days; follow recommendations of evaluation; no alcohol use; not enter bars or liquor stores; submit to random testing and remain law-abiding.

At 3:40 a.m. April 24, Beltrami County Sheriff 's deputies responded to an accident. Theisen was the driver in the vehicle. The passenger suffered a laceration on her forehead and on the bridge of her nose and was treated and released from the hospital. He was arrested; failed field sobriety tests and registered a .167 blood alcohol concentration.

Darrell Emery Loud, 26, of Ponemah, pleaded guilty June 7 to felony domestic assault. His next court date will be July 12.

On May 5, Beltrami County Sheriff 's deputies arrested Loud for domestic assault. He had an outstanding warrant for felony fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle and has four prior convictions of giving a peace officer a false name and two prior convictions for domestic assault.

Matthew Benjamin Corne, 20, of Tenstrike, pleaded guilty June 7 to felony second-degree burglary. His next court date will be July 19.

On Aug. 9, Beltrami County Sheriff 's deputies arrested Corne for second-degree burglary. He broke into an occupied home in order to assault a resident.

Leslie Jamie Balcer, 35, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty May 3 and was sentenced June 7 for felony domestic assault.

He was granted a stay of imposition, with successful completion of probation felony in a misdemeanor conviction. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail; five years supervised probation; $1,083 fine; follow all instructions of probation; complete aftercare; supply DNA; not use alcohol or drugs; submit to random testing and remain lawabiding.

On April 17, Bemidji Police officers arrested Balcer for domestic abuse. He has a prior conviction for fifthdegree domestic assault and a prior conviction for violation of an order for protection.

Lawrence Gerald Cloud, 57, of Thief River Falls, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 7 to gross misdemeanor driving after cancellation as inimical to public safety.

He was sentenced to one year in jail, of which 355 days were stayed for two years and must serve six days; credit given for four days; two years of probation to the courts; $583 fine and follow all standard conditions of probation.

On May 14, a Minnesota State Patrol trooper stopped Cloud for driving after cancellation as inimical to public safety. His license was cancelled after three DWIs.

Corlon Todd Otterkill, 46, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 4 to gross misdemeanor seconddegree DWI.

He was sentenced to one year in jail, of which 335 days were stayed for three years; must serve 14 days in jail; 16 days credit given; three years probation to the courts; $1,108 fine and comply with all standard conditions of probation.

On Nov. 26, Otterkill was arrested for second-degree DWI. He failed field sobriety tests; registered .26 blood alcohol concentration in the field and .27 at the jail. He has one prior DWI.

Troy Thomas Bowstring, 28, of Deer River, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 4 for gross misdemeanor driving after cancellation as inimical to public safety.

He was sentenced to one year in jail of which 302 days were stayed for two years; sentenced to serve 63 days in jail; two years probation to the courts; $183 fine; comply with all standard conditions of probation.

On Nov. 28, Bowstring was stopped for driving after cancellation as inimical to public safety.

Dana Roy Carlson, 28, of Cass Lake, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 7 for gross misdemeanor second-degree DWI.

He was sentenced to one year in jail of which 275 days were stayed for four years; must serve 66 days in jail; 24 days credit; Sentenced To Serve granted for $1,000; $1,108 fine; four years probation to the courts and comply with all standard conditions of probation.

On May 15, Beltrami County Sheriff 's deputy arrested Carlson for seconddegree DWI. He registered a .102 breath alcohol concentration in the field and failed field sobriety tests.

In Beltrami County District Court before Judge John Melbye:

Brandi Lee Brown, 21, of Cass Lake, pleaded guilty June 1 to an amended charge of gross misdemeanor fourth-degree burglary. Her next court date will be July 12. The original charge was for felony second degree burglary.

On Jan. 24, Leech Lake Tribal Police arrested Brown for burglary. She broke into an apartment and threw some of the belongings out the window.

In Beltrami County District Court before Judge Paul Benshoof:

Tammi Leigh Adams, 23, of Redwood Falls, Minn., pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 1 for gross misdemeanor giving a peace officer a false name.

She was sentenced to one year in jail of which 361 days were stayed for two years and must serve four days in jail; two years probation to the courts and $283 fine.

On Jan. 2, Adams was arrested for providing a Bemidji Police officer with a false name during a traffic stop.

Bradley Wayne Kvande, 36, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 1 for gross misdemeanor second-degree DWI.

He was sentenced to one year in jail of which 335 days were stayed for four years and must serve 27 days on work release; three days credit granted; four years probation to the courts; $1,108 fine and follow all standard conditions of probation.

On Dec. 8, Kvande was arrested for DWI. He failed field sobriety tests and was arrested. He registered a blood alcohol concentration of .27 in the field. He has one prior DWI conviction.

Michael James McManus, 50, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty and was sentenced June 1 for gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI.

He was sentenced to one year in jail, of which 335 days were stayed for four years and must serve 37 days on work release; three days credit granted; four years probation to the courts; $1,108 fine and follow all standard conditions of probation.

On Feb. 28, McManus was arrested for DWI. He failed field sobriety tests and registered a .19 blood alcohol concentration; he has two prior DWI convictions.

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