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Citations: 03/04/2011

The following charges have been filed in area district courts: Cottonwood County: Feb. 22: Angela Arndt, Windom, unemployment benefits-false representation Feb. 24: Carson Lee Baethke, Spencer, Iowa, open bottle, driving while impaired March 2: S...

The following charges have been filed in area district courts:

Cottonwood County:

Feb. 22: Angela Arndt, Windom, unemployment benefits-false representation

Feb. 24: Carson Lee Baethke, Spencer, Iowa, open bottle, driving while impaired

March 2: Sarah Lee DeLeCruz, Madelia, driving while impaired (2); Daniel Arthur Benz, Windom, failure to yield

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Jackson County:

Feb. 18: Tori Lynn Welp, Lakefield, issue dishonored check; Jeremy Lee Roelfs, Adrian, issue dishonored check

Feb. 23: Kelly Lee Fredricks, Lakefield, test refusal, driving while impaired, open bottle

Feb. 25: Clinton William Koster, fifth-degree controlled substance possession, obstruct legal process, drug paraphernalia

March 1: James Michael Dupont, Lakefield, driving while impaired (2)

March 3: Joshua James Drahota, Jackson, test refusal, driving while impaired

Murray County:

Feb. 28: Kyle Einck, Slayton, terroristic threat, disorderly conduct, domestic assault

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March 3: Jan Curtis Rolfes, Iona, animals at large; Lorrie Lynn Rolfes, Iona, animals at large

Nobles County:

Feb. 22: Godfrey Eugene Carter, Worthington, domestic assault, obstruct legal process; Lori Perez, Sisseton, S.D., theft; Diamond Rose Williams, Sisseton, theft

Feb. 23: Marquel Ricardo Edmonds, Wellington, Fla., theft; Bernardino Deleon, Worthington, fifth-degree assault

Feb. 24: Janet Lyn Leininger, Worthington, library property; Lachone Jackson, Worthington, test refusal, driving while impaired

Feb. 25: Jesus Leon Jr., Worthington, fugitive from justice from another state

Feb. 28: Abdullahi Sheikh Mohamed, Schuyler, Neb., fifth-degree controlled substance possession; Reginald Levon Monegan, Worthington, test refusal, driving while impaired, driving after revocation; Siyad YussFu Diriye, Grand Island, Neb., fifth-degree controlled substance possession; Kristyn Kay Hokeness, Worthington, speed greater than reasonable; Kevin Lee Carlson, Worthington, fail to stop for school bus; Martin Alejandro Lopes. Worthington, collision with unattended vehicle, driving without a valid license

March 2: Donald Matthew Hatting, Sibley, Iowa, traffic regulation-keep to the right

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March 3: Juan Omar Figueroa Aponte, Worthington, driver fails to stop for accident

March 4: Andrew Henry Irmiter, Everly, Iowa; vehicle shall not exceed safe capacity of bridge; Wanda Lynn Stier, Lonsdale, driving while impaired (2); Gebeyehu Tefera Ligdi, Worthington, failure to yield, expired plates; Reyna Yasmin Chairez, Worthington, fifth-degree assault; Reyna Isabel Larreynaga, Worthington, underage drinking and driving, open bottle

Pipestone County:

Feb. 14: Lewis Lyn Masters, Pipestone, test refusal, driving while impaired; Shawn Patrick Mills, Trosky, domestic assault

Feb. 23: Todd Alan Alderson, Lake Benton, driving while impaired

Feb. 24: Jonathan Lee Halling, Pipestone, driving while impaired (2), test refusal; Thomas Daniel Vanderlinden, Edgerton, driving while impaired

March 1: Donna Lee Larson, Jasper, issue dishonored check; Denise Adair Brehmer, Flandreau, S.D., issue dishonored check; Lila Marie Weatherford, Renner, S.D., issue dishonored check

March 3: Tiara Rae Weets, Rochester, issue dishonored check; Denise Adair Brehmer, Flandreau, issue dishonored check; Donna Lee Larson, Jasper, issue dishonored check; Theresa Rose Bingham, Pipestone, issue dishonored check (2)

Rock County:

March 2: Sallie Ann Bruske, Luverne, issue dishonored check; Dean Eric Moss, Luverne, issue dishonored check

March 3: Pamela Lynn Irving, Luverne, theft; Ericka Read, Luverne, issue dishonored check

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