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Olmsted District Court 4-15 READY

Felony dispositions

• Fifth-degree controlled substances — Corissa Marie Anderson, 20, Elgin, sentenced April 16, 2009, by Judge Jodi Williamson, who deferred entering a judgment of guilt on condition she be on probation for five years, pay $135, serve one day in jail with credit for time served, do 100 hours community work service, from an offense in 2008.

• Felony driving while impaired — Abshir Isse Hussein, 34, Chatfield, sentenced April 16, 2009, by Judge Jodi Williamson, who stayed execution of a 54-month prison term on condition he be on probation seven years, pay $135, serve 180 days jail with credit for any time served, do 100 hours community work service, from an offense in 2008.

• Fifth-degree controlled substance crime — Abdullahi Ali Hussein, 32, 1534 Fourth Ave. S.E., Rochester, sentenced April 16, 2009, by Judge Jodi Williamson, to be on probation 10 years, serve 180 days jail with credit for any time served, pay $135, do 100 hours community work service, from an offense in December 2008.

• Simple robbery — Lawrence G. Ingram, 22, 1804 Second St. N.W., Rochester, sentenced April 16, 2009, by Judge Jodi Williamson, to pay $157.94 in restitution, pay $85 in court fees, do 100 hours community work service, be on probation 10 years, from an offense in December.

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• Second-degree burglary — Doeun Kim, 51, 2118 42nd St. N.W., Rochester, sentenced April 16, 2009, by Judge Jodi Williamson, to be on probation 10 years, serve 90 days jail with credit for any time served, do 100 hours community work service, pay $2,456.35 in restitution and $82 in court fees, from an offense in 2005.

• Second-degree controlled substance crime — Vebulsentr Tommy Sok, 18, 2015 43rd St. N.W., Rochester, sentenced April 16, 2009, by Judge Jodi Williamson, to 48 months prison, pay $135, from an offense in December 2008.

Misdemeanor/gross misdemeanor dispositions

• Driving while impaired with 0.08 blood-alcohol concentration within two hours of driving — Christopher Wade Parker, 52, Winona, sentenced April 16, 2009, to pay $485.

• Gross misdemeanor no proof of insurance when driving — Eric Louis Hoerner, 27, 20 Eighth St. N.E., No. 1, Rochester, sentenced April 16, 2009, to pay $835.

• Gross misdemeanor child endangerment — Darlene Denise Williams, 40, 3758 Eighth St. N.W., No. 904, Rochester, sentenced April 16, 2009, to pay $985, serve 30 days jail with credit for any time served.

• Driving while impaired with 0.08 blood-alcohol concentration within two hours of driving — Andrew Neal Lewis, 25, Claremont, sentenced April 21, 2009, to pay $485.

• Driving while impaired with 0.08 blood-alcohol concentration within two hours of driving — James Edward Ramirez, 23, 5159 Weatherstone Circle N.W., Rochester, sentenced April 21, 2009, to pay $485.

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• Driving while impaired with 0.08 blood-alcohol concentration within two hours of driving — Jesus Alberto Gutierrez Vega, 28, Faribault, Minn., sentenced April 21, 2009, to pay $485.

• Driving while impaired with 0.08 blood-alcohol concentration within two hours of driving — Sokunthea Pho, 19, 2455 Boulder Ridge Drive N.W., Rochester, sentenced April 21, 2009, to pay $485.

• Driving while impaired with 0.08 blood-alcohol concentration within two hours of driving — Hayley Jeanette Blade, 17, 1142 Southern Hills Lane S.W., Rochester, sentenced April 21, 2009, to pay $485.

• Gross misdemeanor domestic assault — Aldeane Richardo Collins, 47, Minneapolis, sentenced April 21, 2009, to pay $85, serve 80 days in jail, do 90 hours community work service.

• Theft — Robert Jajuan Lewis, 27, 120 N. Broadway, No. 316, Rochester, sentenced April 21, 2009, to pay $684.99 in fees, fines and restitution.

• Driving after revocation, no proof of insurance when driving, unregistered vehicle — Virgilo Espinobaros Velasquez, 22, 108 16th St. S.E., No. 36, Rochester, sentenced April 21, 2009, to pay $785.

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