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AUSTIN EDITION MOWER COUNTY COURT DISPOSITIONS Felony dispositions

Aiding and abetting financial transaction card fraud -- Marinee Sue Weedman, 48, Glenville, Minn., sentenced Dec. 29, 2005, by Judge Donald E. Rysavy, to serve 15 months in prison and pay $395.52 in restitution for a March 2004 offense. The sentence will run concurrently with her sentence from a conviction in Wabasha County.

Fifth-degree controlled substance crime (two counts), driving after cancellation and third-degree driving while impaired -- Kirk Duane Jenson, 51, Hayfield, sentenced Nov. 17, 2005, by Judge Fred Wellmann, to serve 90 days in jail, pay $450 and have supervised probation for five years for offenses in May 2004, October 2004 and November 2004. The judge stayed a one-year prison sentence.

Misdemeanor/gross misdemeanor dispositions

Third-degree driving while impaired (0.14 blood-alcohol level) -- Tommy Lee Stewart, 24, Brownsdale, sentenced Dec. 29, 2005, to serve two days in jail, do 30 days of electronic home monitoring, pay $707, attend a Mothers Against Drunk Driving panel, perform five sentenced-to-serve shifts and have supervised probation for one year. The judge stayed a 180-day jail sentence.

Fifth-degree assault -- Marcus Antonio Thurmond, 33, 403 First St. S.E., Austin, sentenced Dec. 29, 2005, to pay $882 and have supervised probation for two years. The judge stayed a one-year jail sentence.

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Issue dishonored check -- Ronald Jay Harvey, 25, Rochester, sentenced Nov. 17, 2005, to serve 90 days in jail and pay $274.42 in restitution.

Third-degree driving while impaired (no blood-alcohol level given) -- Paul Edward Wytaske, 37, Grand Meadow, sentenced Dec. 22, 2005, to pay $707 and have supervised probation for one year. The judge stayed a 90-day jail sentence.

Possession of stolen property -- Reece Allen Schultz, 19, LeRoy, sentenced Dec. 16, 2005, to pay $380 and have supervised probation for one year. The judge stayed a 180-day jail sentence.

Driving after revocation -- Afi Ali Abdi, 24, 1706 31st St. S.W., Austin, sentenced Dec. 29, 2005 to pay $380 and have unsupervised probation for one year. The judge stayed a 30-day jail sentence.

Driving after suspension -- Kristin Ann Garson, 26, 2104 Fifth Ave. N.E., Austin, sentenced Jan. 3, 2006, to pay $392 and have supervised probation for one year. The judge stayed a 30-day jail sentence.

Violate an order for protection (repeat offense) and terroristic threats -- Wade Joseph Novak, 41, 800 Sixth Ave. S.E., Austin, sentenced Dec. 29, 2005, to serve 25 days in jail, pay $582 and have supervised probation for one year. The judge stayed a one-year jail sentence.

Second-degree driving while impaired -- William Otto Klingfus, 65, 26301 U.S. 218, Austin, sentenced Nov. 17, 2005, to serve 30 days in jail followed by 60 days of electronic home monitoring, pay $695, do 40 hours of community work service, attend a Mothers Against Drunk Driving panel and have supervised probation for two years. The judge stayed a one-year jail sentence.

Fifth-degree assault -- Micah Nathaniel Lockie, 18, 2701 Eighth Ave. S.W., Austin, sentenced Nov. 17, 2005, to pay $380 and have supervised probation for one year. The judge stayed a 90-day jail sentence.

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