Speeding – Ryan N. Wietholter, 33, of Chicago, Ill.; each fined $120.

Mitchell A. Wright, 20, of Estherville, Iowa; Howard H. Blount Jr., 27, of Trimont; each fined $130.

Sarah A. Musser, 31, of Sherburn; Claudia Solis, 39, of Blue Earth; each fined $140.

Luke D. Himes, 21, of Dalton, Ohio; Scott H. Ferrell, 50, of Hudson, Wis.; each fined $220.

Failure to wear seat belt while in a motor vehicle – Daniel E. Vinyard, 29, of Ceylon; fined $105.

Possession of drug paraphernalia – Caleb M. Smith, 18, of Truman; fined $130.

Charged with third-degree driving while impaired – Jacob L. Oeltjenbruns, 31, of Trimont; Ernest G. Price Jr., 44, of Edwardsville, Pa.


Maria R. Torres Guerrero, 52, of Fairmont was convicted of no fenders on trailer; fined $130. Also convicted of failure to have minimum of two brake lights; fined $40.

Adam S. Kuehl, 32, of Ormsby received a stay of imposition pursuant to Minnesota statutes on a felony charge of second-degree dangerous weapon; sentenced to jail 180 days, credit for time served 16 days, seven years supervised probation, follow all instructions of probation, no contact with victim(s), complete and pay cost of driving with care program, psychological evaluation/treatment, complete and follow recommendations, no alcohol/controlled substance use, random testing, supply DNA sample, no misdemeanor violations, pay restitution. Additional charge of reckless driving-drives with wanton disregard for safety was dismissed.

Jesse D. Lang, 29, of Truman was convicted of domestic assault-intentionally attempts to inflict bodily harm on another; fined $2,014.65, restitution $1,784.65, sentenced to jail 90 days, stayed 87 days for one year, credit for time served three days, one year supervised probation, follow all instructions of probation, no alcohol/controlled substance use, random testing, remain law-abiding, no contact with victim(s), pay and successfully complete domestic violence program, follow recommendations of evaluation, may receive credit towards fine for any out-of-pocket expenses. One felony charge of third-degree assault-substantial bodily harm, and one misdemeanor charge of domestic assault-commit act to cause fear of immediate bodily harm were both dismissed.