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Havre City Court, Sept. 22, 2020

 

Last updated 9/22/2020 at 11:39am



The following cases were resolved by Havre City Judge Janie Hedstrom in July.

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Warren Paul Small Jr., born in 1998, was fined $600 for driving under the influence of non-narcotic drugs, first offense, and had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of driving without a valid driver’s license.

In a later case, Small was fined $100 for driving without a valid driver’s license; was fined $250 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense; had dismissed by the prosecution charges of failing to give notice of accident by quickest means, apparent damage over $1,000, and reckless driving, first offense; was fined $200 and sentenced to 20 days in jail, all days credited, for leaving the scene of an accident resulting in property damage over $1,000 without permission from law enforcement; and fined $300 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 321 days suspended and 44 credited, for negligent endangerment.

In a subsequent case, Small was sentenced to 180 days in jail, 136 days suspended and 44 credited, for obstructing a peace officer or other public servant.

In a fourth case, Small had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of disorderly conduct, all offenses within one year.

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Louis Joseph Morsette Jr., born in 1999, had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of driving without a valid driver’s license.

In a later case, Morsette had dismissed by the prosecution charges of criminal trespass to property and minor in possession, over 18, first offense; was fined $100 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 171 days suspended and nine credited, for each of two charges: trespass to property and obstructing a peace officer or other public servant.

In a subsequent case, Morsette had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of obstructing a peace officer or public servant.

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Veronica Mae Moccasin, born in 1987, was found guilty of theft, obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over property, first offense.

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Darnell Kay Champagne, born in 1978, was sentenced to 365 days in jail, 354 days suspended and 11 credited, for partner or family member assault, causing injury.

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Ronald Dean Moccasin III, born in 1984, was sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for driving a vehicle while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, first offense; was fined $250 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense; and had dismissed by the prosecution charges of operating a vehicle with expired registration, failing to give notice of accident by quickest means damage over $1,000, first offense, failing to driver’s license to parties involved in accident and failure to have a child properly restrained.

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Donte Terrel Simpkins, born in 1991, was given a deferred imposition of sentence, fined $25 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited for driving while privilege suspended or revoked, and was given a deferred imposition of sentence and sentenced to 10 days in jail, eight days suspended and two credited, for owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, fourth or subsequent offense.

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Tanner Joseph Walker, born in 1982, had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of disorderly conduct.

In a later case, Walker had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of trespass to property and was fined $25 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for resisting arrest.

In a subsequent case, Walker was fined $25 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, all days suspended, for trespass to property and was fined $25 and sentenced to 10 days in jail, all days suspended, for disorderly conduct.

In a fourth case, Walker had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of trespass to property.

In a fifth case, Walker was fined $100 and sentenced to 10 days in jail, seven days suspended and three credited, for disorderly conduct, second of subsequent offense within a year and was fined $25 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 177 days suspended and three credited, for resisting arrest.

In a sixth case, Walker was sentenced to 10 days in jail, seven days suspended and one credited, for disorderly conduct, second of subsequent offense within a year.

In a seventh case, Walker was sentenced to 10 days in jail, seven days suspended and three credited, for disorderly conduct, second offense within one year, amended from assault, purposely causing injury.

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Danielle Joy Gard, born in 1990, was fined $100 and ordered to pay $253.90 restitution for theft, obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over property, first offense.

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Zechariah John-Waxesa Zilkoski, born in 1992, had dismissed by the prosecution charges of reckless driving, first offense, and habitual offender operating a vehicle, and was fined $100 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and none credited, for driving a vehicle while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, first offense.

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Heather Ann Durbin, born in 1990, was fined $150, ordered to pay $20 restitution and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 176 days suspended and four credited, for theft, obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over property, second offense.

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Darrell David Gardipee III, born in 1999, was found guilty of operating a vehicle with .02 percent blood alcohol content, under 21 years of age, over 18, first offense, amended from DUI, second offense; was sentenced to 365 days in jail, 154 days suspended and 211 days credited, for habitual offender operating a vehicle; was sentenced to 20 days in jail, all days credited, for leaving the scene of an accident resulting in property damage over $1,000 without permission from law enforcement; and had dismissed by the prosecution charges of driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, careless driving, MIP, over 18, first offense, failing to give notice of accident by quickest means with damage over $1,000, first offense, open container and obstructing a peace officer or other public servant.

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Lance Udell Stump, born in 1987, had dismissed by the prosecution charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

In a later case, Stump had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of possession of marijuana, first offense, and was fined $50 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, all days suspended, for possession of drug paraphernalia.

In a subsequent case, Stump had dismissed by the prosecution charges of disorderly conduct, first offense, obstructing a peace officer or other public servant, resisting arrest and assault, purposely or knowingly causing apprehension of injury.

In a fourth case, Stump was sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for criminal mischief pecuniary loss less than $1,500; was fined $150 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 363 days suspended and two credited, for partner or family member assault, causing injury; and ordered to pay $65 restitution on the case.

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Jordan Thomas Alefteras, born in 1995, was fined $100 for disorderly conduct, first offense; had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of trespass to property; and was fined $100 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 364 days suspended and one credited, for disorderly conduct, all offenses within one year, amended from assault.

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Zakary Kenneth Canning, born in 1995, was fined $100 for animals running at large, first offense; was fined $300 for vicious animals, first offense; and had dismissed by the prosecution charges of animals running at large, first offense, and aggressive animals, first offense.

In a later case, Canning had dismissed by the court a charge of failing to property secure license plates.

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Crystal Debra Cliff, born in 1973, was fined $225 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked.

In a later case, Cliff was fined $225 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, first offense, and was sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for unauthorized use of a vehicle.

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Raymond Campbell, born in 1996, was given a deferred imposition of sentence, fined $100 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 178 days suspended and two credited, for trespass to property and had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of obstructing a peace officer or other public servant.

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Erica Ann Dion, born in 1982, was ordered to pay $18.79 restitution and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 177 days suspended and three credited, for theft of labor or services or use of property and prosecution dismissed a charge of assault.

In a subsequent case, Dion had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of assault, purposely or knowingly causing injury.

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Sierra Marie Flammond, born in 1992, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $100 for pivacy in communications, first offense.

In a subsequent case, Flammond had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of false reports to law enforcement.

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Joshua Robert Monroe Guyton, born in 1996, had dismissed by the court charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and obstructing a peace officer or other public servant.

In a subsequent case, Guyton had dismissed by the court a charge of resisting arrest.

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Melina Celine Leo, born in 1994, was fined $50 for permitting unauthorized minor to drive and had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of endangering the welfare of a child, first violation.

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Douglas James Hopf, born in 1968, had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of false reports to law enforcement

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Kim Kristina Johnson, born in 1977, had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle.

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A boy born in 2003 was fined $500 for driving without a valid driver’s license, has never possessed one, and was fined $250 for owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, first offense.

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Cori Lea Goodvoice-Denny, born in 1978, had dismissed by the prosecution a charge of theft, obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over property, first offense.

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Lacey Faye St. Marks, born in 1989, forfeited $100 bond for electronic communications device usage while driving.

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Melinda Rose Cochran, born in 1981, was found guilty of driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked and owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance.

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Kylie Kay Barrows, born in 2000, was found guilty of disorderly conduct, first offense.

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A boy born in 2004, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $50 for failing to prevent escape of excessive fumes from motor vehicle.

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Darren Wayne Keith, born in 1986, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $50 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense.

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Zona Anne McConnell, born in 1969, was fined $200 for driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, second offense.

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Skyler John Melby, born in 1991, was fined $100 for trespass to property.

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Leta Mae Davis, born in 1987, was fined $20 and ordered to pay $1,900 restitution for right of way violation.

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Henry James Daychild, born in 1945, was found guilty of driving without a valid driver’s license.

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Canda Marsha McCully, born in 1985, was fined $20 for speeding 36 mph in a 25 mph zone and had dismissed by the court a charge of owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, second offense.

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John Conrad Rorrer-Hanson, born in 1993, was fined $300 for possession of drug paraphernalia and fined $300 for possession of marijuana, first offense.

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Desmond Thomas O’Neal Ferguson, born in 1994, had dismissed by the court a charge of driving while privilege to do so was suspended or revoked, first offense.

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Elona Elise Price, born in 2002, was found guilty of driving without a valid driver’s license and was given a deferred imposition of sentence for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense.

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A boy born in 2004 was fined $500 for driving without a valid driver’s license, has never possessed one.

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Ashlee William Broughton, born in 1981, had dismissed by the court a charge of owner permitting operation of a vehicle without liability insurance, first offense.

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Susan Sturer Denson, born in 1943, was found guilty of driving without a valid driver’s license.

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Christianna May Fetter, born in 1999, was fined $350 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, second offense, and was fined $200 for violation of restrictions on instruction permit.

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Ashlee Marie Meehleis, born in 1992, forfeited $100 bond for electronic communications device usage while driving.

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Tessa Shayne Bigknife, born in 2001, was fined $100 for disorderly conduct, first offense.

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Alexcia Lynn Eagleman, born in 1999, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $30 for MIP, over age 18, first offense.

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Stephanie Rae Spottedeagle, born in 1974, was fined $500 and sentenced to 350 days in jail, 363 days suspended and two credited, for partner or family member assault causing injury, first offense.

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Eric Martin Schildt, born in 1991, was found guilty of owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, second offense.

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Charles Samuel Stratton, born in 1989, was fined $50 for vicious animals, first offense, and was fined $100 for animals running at large.

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Cynthia Renee Doney, born in 1967, was found guilty of following too closely in a vehicle and of failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance.

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Donald James Williams, born in 1974, was fined $100 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, all days suspended, for driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, first offense.

In a later case, Williams was fined $100 for theft, obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over property, first offense.

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Jared Michael Williams, born in 1983, had dismissed by the court a charge of failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense.

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Russell Clifford Cooper, born in 1970, was sentenced to 10 days in jail, eight days suspended and two credited, for disorderly conduct, first offense, and was sentenced to 180 days in jail, 176 days suspended and two credited, for possession of drug paraphernalia.

In a later case, Cooper was found guilty of criminal mischief pecuniary loss less than $1,500 and of disorderly conduct, second or subsequent offense within a year.

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Jasmine Rose Laforge, born in 1995, 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, first offense, and had dismissed by the court a charge of owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, second offense.

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Donald Garret Bear, born in 1982, was fined $200 for driving without a valid driver’s license.

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Thomas James Jones, born in 1999, was fined $500 for partner or family member assault causing injury, first offense.

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James Allen Dominick, born in 1972, was fined $150 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 179 days suspended and one credited, for driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, second offense.

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Tristan Alexander Ehry, born in 1998, was fined $200 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, second offense, and was found guilty of careless driving.

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Robert Douglas Cornett Jr., born in 1982, was fined $100 for obstructing a peace officer or other public servant.

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Homer Burton Roberts, born in 1967, was found guilty of careless driving.

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Everett Dale Windyboy Sr., born in 1952, was sentenced to 180 days in jail, 175 days suspended and five credited, for criminal trespass to property.

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Steven James Castillo, born in 1989, was fined $20 for speeding in a restricted zone, and was fined $250 for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense.

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Andrew Diggs, born in 1987, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $20 for speeding, 60 mph in a 45 mph zone.

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A boy born in 2004 was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $50 for each of two charges, holding a speed contest without a written permit and mufflers defective or improper, and was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $10 for right of way violation.

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Jason Patrick Torvivio, born in 1983, was fined $500 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 363 days suspended and two credited, for partner or family member assault causing in jury, first offense.

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Charles Warren Wells, born in 1957, had dismissed by the court a charge of 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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Jacinta E. Chiefstick, born in 1992, was fined $350 for owner permitting operation of vehicle without liability insurance, second offense.

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Timothy Joseph Fredrickson, born in 1986, had dismissed by the court a charge of owner permitting operation of a vehicle without liability insurance, first offense.

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Forrest Anthony Church, born in 1984, was fined $350 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 360 days suspended and five credited, for theft, obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over property, third or subsequent offense.

In a later case, Church was fined $150 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 360 days suspended and five credited, for theft, obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over property, third or subsequent offense.

In a subsequent case, Church was found guilty of disorderly conduct, first offense.

In a fourth case, Church was fined $150 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 360 days suspended and five credited, for theft, obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over property, third or subsequent offense.

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Chad Earl Strampher, born in 1974, was found guilty of disorderly conduct.

In a later case, Strampher was fined $125 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 175 days suspended and five credited, for possession of drug paraphernalia and was fined $125 for possession of marijuana, first offense.

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Martin Alan Bowman, born in 1955, forfeited $250 bond for failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, first offense.

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Billie Lee Hatcher, born in 2000, was fined $200 and ordered to pay $565.93 in restitution for theft of lost, mislaid property.

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Morningstar Shaye Thomas, born in 1999, was given a deferred imposition of sentenced and fined $20 for speeding 35 mph in a 25 mph zone.

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Krista Rae Komrosky, born in 1978, forfeited $100 bond for electronic communications device usage while driving.

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Zander Blaze Parisian, born in 2002, was fined $20 for speeding, 56 mph in a 45 mph zone, and was fined $500 for driving without a valid driver’s license, has never possessed one.

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Kaydeen Rose Healy, born in 2001, was fined $25 for disorderly conduct, first offense, and was fined $100 for MIP, over 18, first offense.

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Darren Lee Johnson, born in 1968, forfeited $100 bond for electronic communications device usage while driving.

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

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Winston Oliver Hanks, born in 2002, was given a deferred imposition of sentence and fined $50 for failing to obey instruction of traffic control devices.

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A girl born in 2006 was fined $200 for MIP, under 18, second offense.

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Travis Dillon Granger, born in 1988, was fined $300 and ordered to pay $100 restitution for forgery less than $1,500 in value, first offense.

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Dorian Christopher Miles, born in 1998, forfeited $200 bond for driving without a valid driver’s license.

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Marvin Dale Spottedbird Jr., born in 1995, was found guilty of DUI, second offense, of driving a vehicle while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, first offense, and of failing to carry proof of vehicle insurance, second offense.

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Travis Lee Price, born in 1982, was fined $1,000 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 364 days suspended and one credited, for aggravated DUI, first offense; was fined $100 for resisting arrest, and was fined $75 for disorderly conduct.

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Arnold Louis RedDog, born in 1995, was fined $100 for disorderly conduct, first offense.

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Charles Gabriel Plante III, born in 2001, was fined $100 and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 363 days suspended and two credited, for partner or family member assault causing bodily injury, first offense.

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William Joseph Williams Jr., born in 1985, was fined $100 and sentenced to 10 days in jail, eight days suspended and two credited, for disorderly conduct, second or subsequent offense within one year, and was fined $30 and sentenced to 30 days in jail, 28 days suspended and two credited, for open container.

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Corey Ray Blackwolf, born in 1977, was fined $25 for disorderly conduct, first offense; was fined $100 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 179 days suspended and one credited, for trespass to property; and was fined $200 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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Another 36 citations had only fines of less than $100, and one case was dismissed because the defendant had died.

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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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