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The McLeod County Attorney’s Office reported the following:

Teika Smith, 39, from Hutchinson, plead guilty of a gross misdemeanor assaulting a peace officer and one of a violation of a crime that occurred on or about Nov. 27-28. August 2020 occurred while he was disabled. Judge Maher kept the sentencing and suspended the accused for one year. The terms of probation are that the defendant serves 10 days of electronic home surveillance, serves 10 days of service incarceration, completes a chemical dependency assessment, follows the recommendations of the assessment, does not consume or possess alcohol or non-prescription drugs, attend a victim impact panel, and pay a fine and a surcharge of $ 500.

Kayla Sheldon, 31, Hutchinson plead guilty of a gross misdemeanor for possession of a controlled substance and of an offense for lack of insurance for a crime that occurred on or about January 4, 2021. Judge Maher withstood the sentence and placed the defendant on probation for one year. The terms of parole are that the defendant serves 10 days in the McLeod County Jail, serves 20 days in prison, completes a chemical dependence assessment, follows the recommendations of the assessment, does not consume or possess alcohol or non-prescription drugs, and pay a surcharge of 85 USD.

Kellan Eichten, 35, Hutchinson, pleaded guilty to a gross misdemeanor of driving while disabled in a crime committed on or about December 29, 2020. Judge Winters suspended the sentence and placed the defendant on probation for two years. The terms of probation are that the defendant serves seven days in the McLeod County Jail, serves 23 days in prison for service / community service, completes a chemical addiction assessment, follows the assessment’s recommendations, does not consume or possess alcohol, or take nonprescription drugs Attend a victim impact panel and pay a fine and surcharge of $ 400.

Aaron Telecky, 43, Stewart, pleaded guilty to a crime of domestic assault on or about February 22, 2021. Judge Winters suspended the sentence and placed the defendant on probation for two years. The terms of parole include the defendant serving 30 days in the McLeod County Jail, completing a chemical addiction and domestic abuse assessment, following the recommendations of the assessments, and paying a fine and surcharge of $ 250.

Alexandra Beyer, 32, from St. Paul, plead guilty of a crime committed on or about July 13, 2021, of a traffic crime while disabled. Judge Winters suspended the execution for 36 months in prison and suspended the accused for 5 years. The terms of probation are that the defendant should serve 180 days in the McLeod County Jail, complete a chemical dependence and mental health assessment, follow the recommendations of the assessments, not consume or possess alcohol or nonprescription drugs, attend a victim panel, and pay a fine and surcharge of $ 185.

Calvin Müller, 67 of Glencoe was convicted on jury trial of a crime of possession of a controlled substance for a crime that occurred on or about July 7, 2020. Judge Maher suspended the sentence and placed the defendant on probation for three years. The terms of probation include the defendant performing electronic home surveillance for 30 days and paying a $ 85 surcharge.

Carl Moormann, 53, from Winsted, has pleaded guilty to one felony and two grave offenses of criminal sexual acts on crimes which occurred from December 2018 to May 2020. The terms of parole include the defendant serving 180 days in the McLeod County Jail, completing a chemical addiction and psychosexual investigation, following the recommendations of the investigation, being out of contact with the victims, and paying a $ 85 surcharge.

Jerad Reinitz, 34, Norwood Young America, pleaded guilty of a crime of possession of a controlled substance in a crime that occurred on or about May 29, 2021. Judge Maher suspended sentencing and suspended the defendant for three years. The terms of parole are that the defendant serves 10 days in the McLeod County Jail, serves 20 days in service / community service, completes a chemical addiction assessment, follows the recommendations of the assessment, does not consume or possess alcohol or nonprescription drugs, and pay a fine and surcharge of $ 585.

Daniel Johnson, 22, of St. Paul, made a plea for a gross misdemeanor for possession of a controlled substance for a crime that occurred on or about August 4, 2020. Judge Maher suspended the verdict and placed the defendant on probation for two years. The terms of parole are that the defendant should serve two days in the McLeod County Jail, serve eight days of electronic home surveillance, serve a 10 day term on duty / community service, complete a chemical addiction assessment, follow the recommendations of the assessment, no alcohol or are consuming or possessing nonprescription drugs and paying a fine and surcharge of $ 585.

Joseph Thönnes, 28, of Hutchinson, plead guilty on a charge of maliciously punishing a child for a crime that occurred on or about January 25, 2020. Judge Maher suspended the sentence and placed the defendant on probation for three years. The terms of probation are that the defendant should serve 30 days in the McLeod County Jail, serve 30 days on duty / community service, complete a chemical addiction and psychological exam, follow the recommendations of the examinations, have no use or possession of alcohol or nonprescription Medication, out of contact with the victim, and paying a fine and surcharge of $ 285.

Jamie Blahowski, 38, of New Auburn, plead guilty of possession of a controlled substance for a crime committed on or about June 15, 2020. Judge Winters suspended the sentence and placed the defendant on probation for three years. The terms of parole are that the defendant should serve 30 days in the McLeod County Jail, serve 45 days in service / community service, complete a chemical addiction assessment, follow the recommendations of the assessment, not use or possess alcohol or nonprescription medication, and pay a fine and a surcharge of $ 750.

Steven Knick, 25, of Hutchinson, pleaded guilty to being disabled for an offense committed on or about July 5, 2021 while disabled. Judge Maher suspended the sentence and placed the defendant on probation for one year. The terms of probation include the defendant serving 15 days in the McLeod County Jail, completing an alcohol rating, following the rating’s recommendations, attending a victim impact panel, and paying a fine and surcharge of $ 750.

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