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Posted 3/1/22

PIERCE COUNTY Court Reports Initial appearances Gene Edward Haring, 57, Minneapolis, failed to make an initial appearance Feb. 22 on a felony burglary – building/dwelling (as party to a crime) …

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PIERCE COUNTY Court Reports

Initial appearances Gene Edward Haring, 57, Minneapolis, failed to make an initial appearance Feb. 22 on a felony burglary – building/dwelling (as party to a crime) charge due to being in custody in Stearns County, Minn. A bench warrant was issued.

A bench warrant was issued Feb. 17 for Tou L. Khang, 38, Mankato, Minn., when he failed to appear for a sentencing/ revocation hearing.

Chace Allen Williams, 27, Ellsworth, pleaded not guilty and posted a $5,000 signature bond on disorderly conduct and misdemeanor bail jumping charges Feb. 22. A status conference is set for 3 p.m. May 9.

Cody Thomas Williams,

27, Ellsworth, was ordered to pay $1,000 cash bail on disorderly conduct, two misdemeanor bail jumping and two felony bail jumping charges Feb. 22. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. March 3.

Closed cases Kirsten Marie Andel, 30, Hastings, Minn., was convicted of disorderly conduct Feb. 22 and fined $277.80. The charge resulted from an Oct. 27, 2020 incident.

Jeremy David Bromley,

31, Lino Lakes, Minn., was convicted of theft – movable property, sentenced to three months in jail and fined $443 Feb. 17. The charge stemmed from a May 28, 2019 incident.

Travis L. Castonguay, 48, New Richmond, was convicted of disorderly conduct (domestic abuse), sentenced to one year’s probation and fined $543 Feb. 16. Two possess drug paraphernalia charges were dismissed. The charges resulted from a May 27, 2021 incident.

Andres Becerra Espinoza,

35, Elmwood, was convicted of operate without carrying a license and fined $277.80 Feb. 16. An ignition interlock device tampering/failure to install/ violate court order charge was dismissed. The charges stemmed from an April 20, 2021 traffic stop.

Bryce Thomas Horning,

27, Hastings, Minn., was sentenced to 12 months in jail Feb. 17 at a probation revocation/ sentencing hearing. His fines were also converted to civil judgments totaling $5,260.01. Horning had been convicted of felony drive or operate vehicle without consent, criminal damage to property and resisting or obstructing an officer June 28, 2020 and sentenced to two years’ probation. Horning was also convicted of disorderly conduct Feb. 17 and fined $277.80. The charges resulted from incidents July 30, 2019 and March 23, 2021.

Matthew Abraham Khoroosi, 34, Lino Lakes, Minn., was convicted of felony possession of methamphetamine, sentenced to 1.5 years in prison and two years of extended supervision, and fined $518 Feb. 18. A possess drug paraphernalia charge was dismissed. The charges stemmed from an Aug. 16, 2021.

Hawkens Nathaniel Loomis, 35, River Falls, was convicted of operate without carrying a license and fined $277.80 Feb. 17. The charge resulted from a Nov. 7, 2021.

Luis Fernando Sacagualan, 31, Ellsworth, was convicted of operate without a valid license (second within three years) Feb. 18 and fined $443.

Jordan William Salmela, 31, Minneapolis, was convicted of criminal damage to property and criminal trespass to dwelling, sentenced to two years’ probation and fined $886 Feb. 17. Felony drive or operate vehicle without consent, possession of THC and resisting or obstructing an officer charges were dismissed. The charges stemmed from a Feb. 26, 2021 incident.

Deferred prosecution Michael E. Briant, 26, Prescott, was convicted of resisting or obstructing an officer, sentenced to two years’ probation and fined $1,244 Feb. 22. Disorderly conduct, felony battery or threat to judge, prosecutor or law enforcement officer and two felony bail jumping charges were read-in but dismissed. Briant also pleaded guilty to and entered into a three-year deferred judgment of conviction agreement on a felony battery or threat to judge, prosecutor or law enforcement officer charge. The charges stemmed from incidents Sept. 22, Nov. 9 and 11, 2020.

Alysa G. Viellieux, 26, River Falls, was convicted of possession of THC, sentenced to one year’s probation and fined $443 Feb. 16. She pleaded guilty to and entered into a three-year deferred judgment of conviction agreement on a felony maintain drug trafficking place (conspiracy to commit) charge. Information was filed on a felony possession with intent – THC (possession with intent to deliver/distribute a controlled substance on or near a school – conspiracy to commit) charge Feb. 18. The charges stemmed from an Oct. 1, 2019 incident.