COUNTY ATTORNEY SENTENCINGS FOR THE WEEK OF 1/8/2018

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1 OFFICE OF THE WASHINGTON COUNTY ATTORNEY PETER J. ORPUT COUNTY ATTORNEY Pursuant to our ongoing commitment to keep the public informed of criminal activity prosecuted by the Washington County Attorney's office, below is a summary of cases handled by the office for the week of January 8, This list includes dates of Sentencing Hearings of felonies and gross misdemeanors. Contact Cathy Rochel at or for further information and copies of complaints. SENTENCINGS FOR THE WEEK OF 1/8/2018 DATE: 12/14/2017 DEFENDANT: Peter Arthur Rowe DOB: 6/1/1977 CITY/RESIDENCE: New Brighton, MN AGENCY: Woodbury Police Department Tad V. Jude CONVICTION: Distribute via Electronic Communication Material that Relates/Describes Sexual Conduct to a Child SENTENCE: Gross misdemeanor, 365 days with 361 stayed (serve 4 days), 3 years of probation. 4 days jail with 4 days credit. Fine of $3,000, stayed $2,000, with surcharge and fees. Pay $1,000 plus fees. No contact order with minors. DNA testing ordered. Participate in transfer of probation to state/county of residence. Follow all standard terms of probation including: 1) Follow all state and federal criminal laws; 2) contact probation officer as directed; 3) tell probation officer within 72 hours after any contact with law enforcement; 4) tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with new crime 5) tell probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; 6) cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; 7) sign releases of information as directed; 8) give a DNA sample when directed; 9) do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; 10) follow all recommendations of sexual addiction evaluation; 11) Individual therapy for avoidant personality disorder; 12) psychiatric evaluation and follow recommendations; 13) Electronic devices subject to random inspections. 14) no possession/purchase of pornography; 15) no possession of devices capable of internet; 16) no chat lines/dating sites; 17) submit to polygraph testing. DATE: 11/30/2017 DEFENDANT: Tommy Charles Green DOB: 1/26/1985 CITY/RESIDENCE: Cottage Grove, MN John McBride

2 CONVICTION: SENTENCE: Violate No Contact Order State requested: Stay of execution; 90 days jail straight time. Court ordered: Stay of execution for 18 months; 5 years of probation; 60 days jail with 4 days credited with 2 weeks to report to jail for straight time; fine with surcharge and fees payable within 120 days; no use alcohol or drugs; submit to random testing; domestic abuse no contact order with victim, children, and residence; 30 days on soberlink for every year on probation at direction of probation officer; cooperate with transfer of probation to county of residence; follow all standard terms of probation including: 1) Follow all state and federal criminal laws; 2) contact probation officer as directed; 3) tell probation officer within 72 hours after any contact with law enforcement; 4) tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with new crime 5) tell probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; 6) cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; 7) sign releases of information as directed; 8) give a DNA sample when directed; 9) do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; 10) do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. DATE: 11/22/2017 DEFENDANT: Darryl Lamont Davis DOB: 1/5/1977 CITY/RESIDENCE: Maplewood, MN AGENCY: Oakdale Police Department Susan R. Miles CONVICTION: Refusal to Submit to Chemical Test SENTENCE: State requested: 62 months concurrent. Court ordered: Committed to the Commissioner of Corrections for 40 months concurrent; 32 days jail with 32 days credited; fine ordered with surcharge and fees; 5 year conditional release. DATE: 11/29/2017 DEFENDANT: Jennifer Elizabeth Halsey DOB: 8/20/1993 CITY/RESIDENCE: St Paul Park, MN AGENCY: Minnesota State Patrol Dist East Metro Tad V. Jude CONVICTION: 5th Degree Drugs SENTENCE: State requested: Stay of imposition; 60 days jail. Court ordered: Stay of imposition; 5 years of probation; 84 days jail with 84 days credited; fine with surcharge and fees payable; no use alcohol or drugs; submit to random testing; obtain chemical dependency evaluation within 30 days and follow recommendations; cooperate with transfer of probation to county of residence; follow all standard terms of probation including: 1) Follow all state and federal criminal laws; 2) contact probation officer as directed; 3) tell probation officer within 72 hours after any contact with law enforcement; 4) tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with new crime 5) tell probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; 6) cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; 7) sign releases of information as directed; 8) give a DNA sample when directed; 9) do

3 not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; 10) do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. DATE: 12/14/2017 DEFENDANT: Darnell Octavius Goodwin, Jr DOB: 12/22/1979 CITY/RESIDENCE: Minneapolis, MN AGENCY: Minnesota State Patrol Dist East Metro Gary R. Schurrer CONVICTION: Felony DWI SENTENCE: State requested: Commit to Commissioner of Corrections for 75 months; 5 year conditional release period following release. Court ordered: Committed to Commissioner of Corrections for 75 months; 210 days jail with 210 days credited; fine with surcharge and fees; 5 year conditional release. DATE: 12/11/2017 DEFENDANT: Catherine Ann Doll DOB: 4/1/1960 CITY/RESIDENCE: Amery, WI Richard C. Ilkka CONVICTION: 3rd Degree Drugs SENTENCE: Stay of imposition, stay 21 months, probation 10 years. 60 days jail with 4 days credit. 46 days Electronic Home monitoring and 80 hours of community work service to be completed within 180 days. No use of alcohol or drugs and participate in random testing. Follow all standard terms of probation including: 1) Follow all state and federal criminal laws; 2) contact probation officer as directed; 3) tell probation officer within 72 hours after any contact with law enforcement; 4) tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with new crime 5) tell probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; 6) cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; 7) sign releases of information as directed; 8) give a DNA sample when directed; 9) do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; 10) do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. DATE: 12/13/2017 DEFENDANT: Zachary Leonard Wright DOB: 5/7/1998 CITY/RESIDENCE: Maplewood, MN AGENCY: Oakdale Police Department B. William Ekstrum CONVICTION: Terroristic Threats SENTENCE: State requested: Stay of imposition; 65 days jail with credit for 65 days; 5 years of probation. Court ordered: Stay of imposition; 5 years of probation; 65 days jail with 65 days credited; fine with surcharge and fees; no use alcohol or drugs; submit to random testing; complete mental health evaluation; submit

4 DNA sample; follow all standard terms of probation including: 1) Follow all state and federal criminal laws; 2) contact probation officer as directed; 3) tell probation officer within 72 hours after any contact with law enforcement; 4) tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with new crime 5) tell probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; 6) cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; 7) sign releases of information as directed; 8) give a DNA sample when directed; 9) do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; 10) do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. DATE: 12/14/2017 DEFENDANT: Scott Eugene James Lehman DOB: 2/11/1985 CITY/RESIDENCE: Maple Grove, MN B. William Ekstrum CONVICTION: 5th Degree Drug SENTENCE: State requested: Stay of execution; 15 months; 12 days jail with credit for 12. Court ordered: Stay of execution for 15 months; 5 years of probation; 12 days jail with 12 days credited; fine with surcharge and fees; no use alcohol or drugs; submit to random testing; submit DNA sample; cooperate with transfer of probation to county of residence; follow all standard terms of probation including: 1) Follow all state and federal criminal laws; 2) contact probation officer as directed; 3) tell probation officer within 72 hours after any contact with law enforcement; 4) tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with new crime 5) tell probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; 6) cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; 7) sign releases of information as directed; 8) give a DNA sample when directed; 9) do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; 10) do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. DATE: 12/20/2017 DEFENDANT: Keith Michael Kolden DOB: 12/6/1997 CITY/RESIDENCE: Lakeland, MN Richard C. Ilkka CONVICTION: 5th Degree Controlled Substance - Sale or Possession SENTENCE: State requested: Stay of imposition; 23 days jail with 3 days credit. Ordered: Stay of imposition; 5 years of probation; 13 days jail with 3 days credited; fine with surcharge and fees; no use alcohol or drugs; submit to random testing; complete cognitive skills evaluation and follow recommendations; follow all State and Federal criminal laws; contact probation officer as directed; tell probation officer within 72 hours of any contact with law enforcement; tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with any new crime; tell probation officer within 72 hours of change of address,

5 employment, or telephone number; cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; sign releases of information as directed; provide DNA sample; do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; do not register to vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. DATE: 12/18/2017 DEFENDANT: Gabriel Valentino Castillo DOB: 10/26/1997 CITY/RESIDENCE: St. Paul Park, MN AGENCY: St. Paul Park Police Department B. William Ekstrum CONVICTION: Receiving Stolen Property SENTENCE: State requested stay of imposition, 45 days jail, credit 5 days, per recommendations and restitution. Defendant sentenced to stay of imposition, 65 days jail with 65 days credit, restitution to victims in the amount of $4, joint and several, no use alcohol or drugs, random testing, psychological exam, continue with ARMHS worker services, next step transitional program, and follow standard conditions of probation: 1) Follow all State and Federal criminal laws. 2) Contact probation officer as directed. 3) Tell probation officer within 72 hours if there is contact with law enforcement. 4) Tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with any new crime. 5) Tell probation officer within 72 hours if there is a change of address, employment or telephone number. 6) Cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property and things as directed by probation officer. 7) Sign releases of information as directed. 8) Give a DNA sample when directed. 9) Do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives. 10) Do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. DATE: 12/11/2017 DEFENDANT: Melanie Sue Parkin DOB: 6/24/1980 CITY/RESIDENCE: South St Paul, MN AGENCY: Woodbury Police Department Tad V. Jude CONVICTION: Dangerous Weapon Non-Firearm Aggravated Robbery-1st Degree SENTENCE: State requested: Committed to the Commissioner. Ordered: Committed to the Commissioner of Corrections for 21 months with 18 days credit; 14 months to be served in custody and 7 months as supervised release; to run concurrent; provide DNA sample; fine with surcharge and fees; continue to take prescribed medications; restitution to remain open for 30 days. DATE: 12/11/2017 DEFENDANT: Melanie Sue Parkin

6 DOB: 6/24/1980 CITY/RESIDENCE: South St Paul, MN AGENCY: Cottage Grove Police Department Tad V. Jude CONVICTION: Attempt Aggravated Robbery - 1st Degree SENTENCE: State requested: Committed to the Commissioner. Ordered: Committed to the Commissioner of Corrections for 21 months with 18 days credit; 14 months to be served in custody and 7 months as supervised release; to run concurrent; fine with surcharge and fees; continue to take prescribed medications; restitution to remain open for 30 days. DATE: 1/10/2018 DEFENDANT: Marisa Marie Deloye-blair DOB: 6/16/1996 CITY/RESIDENCE: Cottage Grove, MN AGENCY: Woodbury Police Department Gary R. Schurrer CONVICTION: Drugs - 5th Degree-Possess Schedule 1,2,3,4 - Not Small Amount Marijuana SENTENCE: Stay of adjudication; 5 years of probation; follow all state and federal criminal laws; contact the probation officer as directed; tell the probation officer within 72 hours if contact with law enforcement; tell the probation officer within 72 hours if charged with any new crime; tell the probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by the probation officer; sign releases of information; do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored; serve 2 days in Washington County Jail with credit for 2 days served and balance to be served on out of custody sentence to serve; abstain from the use of all non-prescribed mood-altering chemicals, including alcohol, and submit to random urinalysis/breathalyzers at own expense, at the direction of the supervising probation officer; complete an intake for cognitive skills programming and follow all recommendations, at the direction of the supervising probation officer; and complete a chemical dependency evaluation and follow all recommendations, including aftercare plans, at the direction of the supervising probation officer. DATE: 11/13/2017 DEFENDANT: Tiara Marie Dooley DOB: 4/14/1984 CITY/RESIDENCE: Prior Lake, MN AGENCY: Stillwater Police Department Susan R. Miles CONVICTION: Possession Forged Check SENTENCE: Plea agreement. Court ordered: Sentenced as gross misdemeanor; stay of adjudication; 2 years of probation; 15 days jail with 15 days credited; no further jail; fine with surcharge and fees which can be paid through County Work Service at $10/hour if done within 90 days; pay surcharge within 6 months; remain law abiding; no same or similar offenses.

7 DATE: 12/20/2017 DEFENDANT: Louis Tavarous Gates DOB: 2/11/1987 CITY/RESIDENCE: Minneapolis, MN Richard C. Ilkka CONVICTION: Violate No Contact Order SENTENCE: State requested: Execute guideline sentence of 24 months commitment. Ordered: 24 month stay of execution; 5 years of probation; 120 days jail with 55 days credited to be served as Sentence to Service as straight time or work release; fine with surcharge and fees; no use alcohol or drugs; submit to random testing; obtain mental health evaluation within 90 days and follow all recommendations; obtain chemical dependency evaluation and follow all recommendations; cooperate with transfer of probation to state/county of residence; follow all State and Federal criminal laws; contact probation officer as directed; tell probation officer within 72 hours of any contact with law enforcement; tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with any new crime; tell probation officer within 72 hours of change of address, employment, or telephone number; cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; sign releases of information as directed; provide DNA sample; do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; do not register to vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored DATE: 1/8/2018 DEFENDANT: Marvin Morales DOB: 7/22/1996 CITY/RESIDENCE: N/A AGENCY: Minnesota Correctional Facility Stillwater Elizabeth H. Martin CONVICTION: Dangerous Weapon SENTENCE: State agreed to 27 months consecutive to current sentence. Defendant committed to the Commissioner of Corrections for 27 months, $50 fine plus surcharge and fees, hold restitution open for 90 days. DATE: 1/3/2018 DEFENDANT: Travis Terry Emerfoll DOB: 6/10/1977 CITY/RESIDENCE: Willernie, MN AGENCY: Cottage Grove Police Department John McBride CONVICTION: Assault - 2nd Degree- Dangerous Weapon SENTENCE: Stay of execution, 7 years of probation, follow all state and federal criminal laws; contact the probation officer as directed; tell the probation officer within 72 hours if contact with law enforcement; tell the probation officer within 72 hours if charged with any new crime; tell the probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by the probation officer; sign releases of information;

8 give a DNA sample when directed; do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored; serve 101 days in Washington County Jail with credit for 101 days served, pay fine of $50.00 plus surcharge and fees, within 6 months; abstain from the use of all non-prescribed mood-altering chemicals, including alcohol, and submit to random urinalysis/breathalyzers at own expense, at the direction of the supervising probation officer; complete an intake for cognitive skills programming and follow all recommendations, at the direction of the supervising probation officer; complete a chemical dependency evaluation within 30 days and follow all recommendations, including aftercare plans, at the direction of the supervising probation officer; complete a mental health evaluation and follow all recommendations, at the direction of the supervising probation officer; successfully complete anger management programming; and psychological evaluation/treatment and follow all recommendations, at the direction of the supervising probation officer. The State requested: agree with departure, stay of execution, 365, seven years of probation, no use/random testing, psychological evaluation and cognitive skills evaluation. DATE: 11/30/2017 DEFENDANT: Charles William Acker DOB: 7/8/1995 CITY/RESIDENCE: Stillwater, MN AGENCY: Stillwater Police Department John McBride CONVICTION: 5th Degree Drugs SENTENCE: State requested: Stay of adjudication; no additional jail. Court ordered: Stay of adjudication; 5 years of probation; 4 days jail with 4 days credited; fine with surcharge and fees payable within 6 months; no use alcohol or drugs; submit to random testing; obtain chemical dependency evaluation and follow recommendations; complete cognitive skills evaluation; follow all standard terms of probation including: 1) Follow all state and federal criminal laws; 2) contact probation officer as directed; 3) tell probation officer within 72 hours after any contact with law enforcement; 4) tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with new crime 5) tell probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; 6) cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; 7) sign releases of information as directed; 8) do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; 9) do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. DATE: 11/30/2017 DEFENDANT: Tyler James Vanhook DOB: 6/27/1994 CITY/RESIDENCE: Eagan, MN AGENCY: Oak Park Heights Police Department John McBride CONVICTION: Terroristic Threats SENTENCE: Stay of execution, stay 18 months, probation 5 years. 61 days jail with 61 days credit. Pay a $50 fine with surcharge and fees within 6 months. No use of

9 alcohol or drugs and participate in random testing. No Contact Order with victim. Follow all standard terms of probation including: 1) Follow all state and federal criminal laws; 2) contact probation officer as directed; 3) tell probation officer within 72 hours after any contact with law enforcement; 4) tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with new crime 5) tell probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; 6) cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; 7) sign releases of information as directed; 8) give a DNA sample when directed; 9) do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; 10) do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored. Domestic Abuse No Contact Order cancelled. DATE: 12/14/2017 DEFENDANT: Christine Melanie Parnell DOB: 8/3/1964 CITY/RESIDENCE: St. Paul, MN AGENCY: Oakdale Police Department Gary R. Schurrer CONVICTION: Identity Theft SENTENCE: State requested: Stay of execution; 15 months; 5 years of probation. Court ordered: Stay of execution; 15 months; 5 years of probation; 45 days jail with 1 days credited, can be served as Sentence to Serve, in or out of custody; fine with surcharge and fees payable within 6 months after restitution is paid; restitution ordered in the amount of $1,000; no use alcohol or drugs; submit to random testing; obtain chemical dependency evaluation and follow recommendations; complete mental health program; complete cognitive skills evaluation; submit DNA sample; follow all standard terms of probation including: 1) Follow all state and federal criminal laws; 2) contact probation officer as directed; 3) tell probation officer within 72 hours after any contact with law enforcement; 4) tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with new crime 5) tell probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; 6) cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; 7) sign releases of information as directed; 8) give a DNA sample when directed; 9) do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; 10) do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored; 11) no contact with victim; 12) do not open any fiduciary accounts unless prior approval from probation officer. DATE: 12/20/2017 DEFENDANT: Eugene Nelson DOB: 6/30/1970 CITY/RESIDENCE: St Paul, MN AGENCY: Woodbury Police Department Richard C. Ilkka CONVICTION: 2nd Degree Aggravated Robbery SENTENCE: State requested: 45 month commit with credit for 195 days. Ordered: Committed to the Commissioner of Corrections for 39 months; fine with surcharge and fees.

10 DATE: 12/18/2017 DEFENDANT: Jerome Edward Patrick, Jr DOB: 5/22/1969 CITY/RESIDENCE: Lake St Croix Beach, MN Ellen L. Maas CONVICTION: Violation of Domestic Abuse Contact Order SENTENCE: 365 days jail, credit for 59 days. $3,000 fine, stay $2,950, pay $50. DATE: 12/20/2017 DEFENDANT: Benjamin William Johnsen DOB: 7/28/1986 CITY/RESIDENCE: N/A AGENCY: Forest Lake Police Department Richard C. Ilkka CONVICTION: Felony Theft SENTENCE: Count 1: Felony Theft - State requested: Stay of imposition; 120 days jail with credit for 57. Court ordered: Stay of imposition; 5 years of probation. Count 2: Domestic Abuse No Contact Order - State requested: 90 days jail with credit for 57 days credited; concurrent. Court ordered: 90 days jail with credit for 57 days; to be served concurrent with jail time on count 1; close file upon completion of jail time. Both Counts: 96 days jail with 57 days credited, 7 more days to serve, in or out-of-custody Sentenced to Serve, work release, straight time, Washington County or St. Louis County; fine with surcharge and fees payable within 90 days; follow all standard terms of probation including: 1) Follow all state and federal criminal laws; 2) contact probation officer as directed; 3) tell probation officer within 72 hours after any contact with law enforcement; 4) tell probation officer within 72 hours if charged with new crime 5) tell probation officer within 72 hours if change of address, employment, or telephone number; 6) cooperate with the search of person, residence, vehicle, workplace, property, and things as directed by probation officer; 7) sign releases of information as directed; 8) give a DNA sample when directed; 9) do not use or possess any firearms, ammunition, or explosives; 10) do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored.

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