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Olmsted District Court 4-21 leftover READY

Misdemeanor/gross misdemeanor dispositions

• Driving while impaired with 0.08 blood-alcohol concentration within two hours of driving — Gary Lyle Stevens, 60, Chatfield, sentenced April 17, 2008, to pay $507.

• Gross misdemeanor driving while impaired with 0.08 blood-alcohol concentration within two hours of driving, misdemeanor driving after suspension — Ryan Daniel Afseth, 23, Preston, sentenced April 17, 2008, to pay $1,112, 30 days in a combination of jail and home detention.

• Gross misdemeanor check forgery — John Dean Apenhorst, 22, Kasson, sentenced April 17, 2008, to pay $982.

• Gross misdemeanor driving while impaired with 0.08 blood-alcohol concentration within two hours of driving — Amanda Jo Schmidt, no age recorded, Eyota, sentenced April 17, 2008, to pay $1,112, 30 days in a combination of jail and home detention.

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• Driving while impaired with 0.08 blood-alcohol concentration within two hours of driving — Gerald Lee Smidt, 57, Stewartville, sentenced April 17, 2008, to pay $525.

• Driving after suspension — Admir Ada Vele, 19, 27 13th St. N.W., Rochester, sentenced April 17, 2008, to 57 days jail. The jail time has been satisfied.

• Gross misdemeanor driving while impaired — Jillian Marie Abrahamson, 28, Spokane, Wash., sentenced April 17, 2008, to pay $212, do 90 hours community work service, serve 30 days home detention

• Gross misdemeanor third-degree riot — Karlisha Patrice Clark, 24, Minneapolis, sentenced April 17, 2008, to 90 days jail.

• Gross misdemeanor uninsured vehicle — Evance Samuel Gayles, 37, 1541 Second Ave. N.W., No. 7, Rochester, sentenced April 17, 2008, to 20 days jail.

• Driving without a valid license, motor vehicle title violation — Sergio Uranga Gonzalez, 20, 1230 17th Ave., No. 3, Rochester, sentenced April 25, 2008, to pay $232, two days jail with credit for two days served.

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