Court Reports - Havre City Court

 

Last updated 7/16/2020 at 8:09am



Editor’s Note: This version corrects the name of the Havre City Judge that was misreported in the original version.

The following cases were resolved by Havre City Judge Jane Hedstrom in May.

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Ruth Lydia Reyes, born in 1968, was sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for assault, purposely or knowingly causing bodily injury, amended from assault with a weapon.

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Joshua Glen Reid, born in 1979, had a charge of failure to register as a sexual or violent offender dismissed by the prosecution.

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Travis Vaughn Standinghorn, born in 1978, had a charge of failure to register as a sexual or violent offender dismissed by the prosecution.

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Crystall Michelle Blatt, born in 1974, had a charge of failure to register as a sexual or violent offender dismissed by the prosecution.

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Tyler Kim TheBoy, born in 1990, had a charge of failure to register as a sexual or violent offender dismissed by the prosecution.

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Holley Leo, born in 2001, had a charge of criminal possession of dangerous drugs dismissed by the prosecution.

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Kyle Ty Shabi, born in 1989, was fined $1,000 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 364 days suspended and one credited, for negligent endangerment, amended from driving under the influence, first offense, and had a charge of speeding in a restricted or special zone dismissed by the prosecution.


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Michelle Ann Tomaskie, born in 1970, was given a deferred imposition of sentence, fined $1,000 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 364 days suspended and one credited, for negligent endangerment with substantial risk, amended from DUI, first offense, and had a charge of right of way violation dismissed by the prosecution.

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Alexander Lynn Proffitt, born in 1993, had a charge of failing to have a vehicle equipped with tail lamps dismissed by the prosecution, and was fined $1,000 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 363 days suspended and two credited, for negligent endangerment, amended from aggravated DUI, first offense.

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Marlon Gerard Stiffarm, born in 1984, was fined $50 for speeding in a restricted or special zone; was fined $200 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked; and forfeited $285 bond on the case.


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Cody James Wortman, born in 1991, had charges of forgery less than $1,500 in value, first offense, and issuing a bad check for $500 or less, first offense, dismissed by the prosecution.

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Seqoia Elizabeth Demontiney, born in 1998, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $100 for driving without a valid driver’s license; was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $250 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense, and had dismissed by the prosecution charges of careless driving, failing to stop and identify self after striking an unattended vehicle, first offense, and failing to give notice of accident by quickest means, apparent damage over $1,000, first offense.

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Walter William White, born in 1999, was fined $260 for minor in possession, over age 18, second. In a subsequent case, White had a charge of MIP, over 18, third offense or subsequent offense, dismissed by the prosecution, and was fined $25 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 179 days suspended and one credited, for obstructing a peace officer or other public servant.

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Clayton Andrew Hofeldt, born in 1975, was fined $1,000 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 363 days suspended and two credited, for negligent endangerment, substantial risk, amended from aggravated DUI, first offense, and had a charge of failure to obey a stop signal dismissed by the prosecution.


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Jennifer Gale Thomas, born in 1982, was given a deferred imposition of sentence, fined $1,000 and sentenced to 730 days in jail, 728 days suspended and two credited, for negligent endangerment, amended from aggravated DUI, third offense, and was fined $300 and sentenced to 90 days in jail, 88 days suspended and two credited, for reckless driving, first offense.

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A boy born in 2003 was fined $100 for minor in possession, under 18, first offense.

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Clifford Lamere Lenhardt, born in 1999, had charges of failure to have lamps lighted when required and endangering the welfare of a child, first violation, dismissed by the prosecution; was fined $500 for operating a vehicle with .02 percent blood alcohol concentration under 21 years of age, first offense, amended from DUI, first offense; and was fined $200 for MIP, over 18, first offense.

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Beau Jordan Briese, born in 1991, had a charge of failing to obey a stop signal dismissed by the prosecution and was fined $1,000 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 364 days suspended and one credited, for negligent endangerment, amended from DUI, first offense.

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Anthony John Rucinsky, born in 1988, was given a deferred imposition of sentence, fined $25 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 364 suspended and one credited, for partner or family member assault, causing injury, first offense, and had a charge of endangering the welfare of a child, first violation, dismissed by the prosecution.

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Jaycee Orion Norris, born in 2001, was given a deferred imposition of sentence for theft, obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over property, first offense; was fined $200 for obstructing a peace officer or other public servant; and was given a deferred imposition of sentenced and fined $100 for MIP, over 18, first offense.

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Gabriel Manuel Brown Hofrenning, born in 1997, had charges of resisting arrest and obstructing a peace officer or other public servant dismissed by the prosecution, and was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $100 for disorderly conduct.

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Dustin Paul Hofer, born in 1997, had a charge of unlawful transactions with children, first violation, dismissed by the court.

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A girl born in 2003 had a charge of following too closely dismissed by the court.

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Yancy Taylor Hawley, born in 1997, was fined $300 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 179 days suspended and one credited, for obstructing a peace officer or other public servant.

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Jeremiah Mark Headdress, born in 2001, was given a deferred imposition of sentence, fined $100 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 364 days suspended and one credited, for obstructing a peace officer or other public servant; had charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct dismissed by the prosecution; was given a deferred imposition of sentence, fined $300 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 364 days suspended and one credited, for operating a vehicle with .02 percent BAC, under 21 years, first offense, amended from DUI, first offense; and was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $100 for MIP, over 18, first offense.

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Gabriel Lewis Lawrence, born in 1969, had charges of driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, first offense, and failure to carry proof of vehicle insurance, second offense, deferred by the prosecution.

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Anthony Ernest Stremcha, born in 1963, was fined $500 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 362 days suspended and four credited, for partner or family member assault, causing apprehension of injury, first offense, and had charges of disorderly conduct, obstructing a peace officer or other public servant and resisting arrest deferred by the prosecutor.


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Jacqueline Colleen Chiefstick, born in 1980, had a charge of criminal trespass to vehicles dismissed by the prosecution. In a subsequent case, Chiefstick was sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for trespass to property and was found guilty of disorderly conduct, first offense, with no fine or sentence listed.

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Dusty Lee Manuel, born in 1986, had a charge of driving without a valid driver’s license dismissed by the prosecution and was fined $300 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 176 days suspended and four credited, for DUI, first offense, amended from DUI, second offense.

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Ryan Tre Meyers, born in 1992, had a charge of partner or family member assault, causing injury, first offense, dismissed by the prosecution and was given a deferred imposition of sentence and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 362 days suspended and three credited, for assault.

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Ashley Dolores Alvardo, born in 1984, was fined $200 for driving without a valid driver’s license; was fined $250 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense; and was ordered to pay $1,300 restitution on the case.

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Rochelle Marie Doney, born in 1990, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $100 for endangering the welfare of a child, first violation.

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Arnold Louis RedDog, born in 1995, was fined $250 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense, and was fined $200 for driving without a valid driver’s license.

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Juan Manuel Valdez, born in 1999, was fined $100 for owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, first offense.

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J’Shonn Nikole McGuire, born in 1984, was found guilty of owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, first offense, no fine or sentence listed.

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Megan Michelle Mountain, born in 1996, was fined $100 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense.

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Brenda Lee Bernard, born in 1958, was found guilty of owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, first offense, with no fine or sentence listed.

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Michael Jay Stump Jr., born in 1997, was fined $100 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 179 days suspended and one credited, for driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked and was fined $500 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, third or subsequent offense.

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Stormi Rae Williams, born in 1987, had a charge of failure to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense, dismissed by the court.

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Adrian Tyrell Chiefstick, born in 1982, was found guilty of operating a vehicle with expired registration and failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense, with no fine or sentence was listed.

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Markella Lea Lett, born in 1997, was found guilty of failing to properly secure license plates, with no fine or sentence listed.

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Alissa Rose Randa, born in 1993, was fined $250 for owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, first offense, and was fined $200 for driving without a valid driver’s license, has never possessed one.

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Conner Owen Spraker, born in 1999, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $50 for careless driving.

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Amy Dawn Hackett, born in 1961, forfeited $250 bond for owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, first offense.

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Madison Jamieray Lamere, born in 2002, was fined $100 and given a deferred imposition of sentence, for MIP, over 18, first offense.

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A boy born in 2003, was fined $100 for MIP, under 18, first offense.

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Garreth Jon Robertson, born in 2001, was fined $200 for MIP, over 18, second offense, and given a deferred imposition of sentence, fined $300 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, all days suspended, for endangering the welfare of a child, first violation.


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Kelly Grace Teske, born in 1995, was fined $300 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, all days suspended, for social host violation; fined $200 for unlawful transactions with children, first violation; and given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $500 for endangering the welfare of a child, first violation.

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A boy born in 2003 was fined $50 for tobacco possession or consumption, under 18, first offense, and fined $100 for MIP, under 18, first offense.

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Kaitlyn Carolann Carrywater, born in 2001, was fined $100 for MIP, over 18, first offense.

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A boy born in 2002 was fined $100 for MIP, under 18, first offense.

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Duke Allen McGarvey, born in 1987, was fined $100 for violating speed limit near school or senior citizen center.

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Roy Arthur Weikum Jr., born in 2000, was given a deferred imposition of sentenced and fined $100 for MIP, over 18, first offense.

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Andrew Lawrence Warner, born in 1999, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $250 for owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, first offense.

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Neal Wayne Anderson, born in 1958, was fined $250 for owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, first offense, and was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $20 for right of way violation.

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Harvey J. Morsette Jr., born in 1980, was fined $200 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 179 days suspended and one credited, for driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked and was fined $250 for owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, first offense.

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Toni Lynn Mariani, born in 1970, had a charge of failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense, dismissed by the court.

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Joann Marie Roastingstick, born in 1978, was fined $150 for owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, second offense.

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Gladys Jean Flatlip, born in 1979, was fined $500 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 175 days suspended and two credited, for trespass to property; was fined $100 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 175 days suspended and two credited, for disorderly conduct; and was fined $30 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 175 days suspended and two credited, for open container.

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Carl Barnard, born in 1978, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 179 days suspended and one credited, for disorderly conduct, all offenses within one year.

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Taylor-Jo O’rion Bacon, born in 2001, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $100 for MIP, over 18, first offense.

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Timothy Wayne Riddle, born in 1992, forfeited $100 bond for animals running at large, first offense, and was fined $200 for vicious animals, first offense.

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Tracy Lynn Eagleman, born in 1988, was fined $1,200 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 363 days suspended and two credited, for DUI, second offense.

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Christianna May Fetter, born in 1999, was fined $200 for violation of use of traffic education learner’s license and was fined $250 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense.

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Denise Annette Mielke, born in 1990, had a charge of failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense, dismissed by the court.

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Desirea Lee Writingbird, born in 1980, was fined $200, ordered to pay $1.49 restitution and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 363 days suspended and two credited, for theft, obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over property, third or subsequent offense.


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Parker Keegan Johnston, born in 2002, was fined $600 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 179 days suspended and one credited, for DUI, first offense.

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A girl born in 2006, was fined $100 for MIP, under 18, first offense.

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A girl born in 2005, was fined $100 for MIP, under 18, first offense.

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Memory Joy Gone, born in 1990, was fined $50 for driving without a valid driver’s license and fined $500 and sentenced to 10 days in jail, eight days suspended and two credited, for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, third or subsequent offense.

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Eric Wade Stump, born in 2000, was found guilty of owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, first offense, and fined $100 for driving without a valid driver’s license, has never possessed one. In a subsequent case, Stump was fined $100 for criminal possession of marijuana, first offense, and was fined $100 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, all days suspended, for criminal possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Kimberly Kay Pewitt-Matte, born in 1972, was found guilty of disorderly conduct, first offense, with no fine or sentence listed and was fined $100 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for resisting arrest.

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Margaret Michelle Longknife, born in 1977, was found guilty of obstructing a peace officer or other public servant, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, first offense, with no fine or sentence listed.

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Moses Eugene Lawrence, born in 1984, was fined $100 and sentenced to 10 days in jail, six days suspended and four credited, for disorderly conduct, second of subsequent offense within a year, and was sentenced to 180 days in jail, 176 days suspended and four credited, for trespass to vehicles.

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Julian Anthony TopSky, born in 2001, was fined $100 for disorderly conduct, first offense; was fined $200 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for resisting arrest; and was fined $100 for MIP, over 18, first offense.

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Larae Ann Sunchild, born in 1981, was found guilty of disorderly conduct, first offense, with no fine or sentence listed, and was sentenced to 30 days in jail, 26 days suspended and four credited, for open container.

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Steven Roy Skunkcap, born in 1988, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 176 days suspended and four credited, for resisting arrest and was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $100 for disorderly conduct, first offense.

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Leo Joseph Winters, born in 1987, was fined $75 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for trespass to property. In a subsequent case, Winters was found guilty for disorderly conduct, first offense, with no fine or sentence listed.


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Dakota Sage Denny-Stokesberry, born in 1999, was found guilty of theft, obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over property, first offense, with no fine or sentence listed.

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Arnold Louis RedDog, born in 1995, was fined $200 for driving without a valid driver’s license; was fined $50 and sentenced to 30 days in jail, 28 days suspended and two credited, for open container; was fined $1,000 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, two days suspended and 363 days credited, for aggravated DUI, first offense; and was fined $350 for owner permitting operation of a vehicle without liability insurance, first offense.

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A boy born in 2002 had a charge of failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense, dismissed by the court.

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Ashley Decoteau Vande Kop, born in 1983, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $20 for speeding, exceeding restricted speed limit.

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Anthony Wayne Groce, born in 1990, was found guilty of open container and disorderly conduct, first offense, with no fines or sentences listed.

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Duncan Gordon Standingrock, born in 1959, was sentenced to 10 days in jail, five days suspended and five credited, for disorderly conduct, first offense.

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Wanda Lea Webb, born in 1954, was fined $200 for driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, first offense.

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Vincent Mark Alcorn, born in 1971, forfeited $100 bond for electronic communications device usage while driving.

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Judge Hedstrom also issued six search warrants and transferred 36 citations to another court. Another 35 citations had only fines of less than $100.

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Editor’s note: The computer program provided by the Montana state government to print media reports on court actions does not always list all fines assessed.

 

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