The following convictions were taken from the St. Louis County District Court Citation Disposition Bulletin.

• Jay R. Cary, 28, of Hibbing, convicted of misdemeanor disorderly conduct on March 12, 2018. Sentenced by Judge Mark M. Starr to 30 days jail stayed, one year probation with conditions including one day jail, $135 in fines, no same or similar violations and remain law-abiding.

• Isaac E.P. Wiberg Williams, 22, of Chisholm, convicted of gross misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree on March 8, 2018. Sentenced by Judge David E. Ackerson to one year jail stayed, two years probation with conditions including 18 days jail, $135 in fines, chemical dependency evaluation and treatment, obtain and pay required fee, follow all recommendations of evaluation, no alcohol or controlled substance use, no possession of alcohol or drugs unless prescribed by a doctor, random testing for alcohol and drugs upon request and pay for said test, follow all institution/program rules, continue in the community sanctions program as directed, do not enter bars or liquor stores/establishments whose main source of business is alcohol or social gatherings where alcohol is served, attend Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous as directed, no driving without insurance, no driver’s license violations, remain law-abiding, be of good behavior, no same or similar violations, follow all instructions of probation, report to agent as directed, follow all state and federal criminal laws, report to agent as directed, tell your probation officer within 72 hours if you are charged with any new crime, if you change your address, employment or telephone number or have contact with law enforcement; cooperate with the search of your person, residence, vehicle, workplace and things as directed by your probation officer; sign all releases of information; and do not use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives.

• Kelly A. Tracey, 47, unknown, convicted of gross misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree on March 5, 2018. Sentenced by Judge David E. Ackerson to one year jail stayed, two years probation with conditions including 94 days jail, $135 in fines, no use or possession of firearms or dangerous weapons, restitution reserved for 30 days, chemical dependency evaluation and treatment, obtain and pay the required fee, follow recommendations of evaluation, no alcohol or controlled substance use, no possession of alcohol or drugs unless prescribed by a doctor, random testing upon request and pay for said test, do not enter bars or liquor stores/establishments whose main source of business is alcohol or social gatherings where alcohol is served, mental health evaluation, complete and abide by all recommendations, remain law-abiding and be of good behavior, no same or similar violations, cooperate with screening process for mental health court and, if accepted, follow all rules and recommendations; take medications in prescribed dosage and frequency, and as prescribed by a licensed physician; provide list of medications to probation officer; follow all instructions of probation; and report to agent as directed.

Felony Convictions

• Kenneth L. Carmody, 46, of Hibbing, charged and convicted of felony possession of clonazepam in the fifth degree on March 8, 2018. Sentenced by Judge Mark M. Starr to a stay of adjudication with three years probation with conditions including 15 days jail, $135 in fines, chemical dependency evaluation and treatment, follow all recommendations of evaluation, maintain all appointments with mental health and medical providers, follow all institution/program rules, take medications in prescribed dosage and frequency, provide list of prescribed medications to probation officer, no alcohol or controlled substance use, no possession of alcohol or drugs unless prescribed by a doctor, no mood-altering chemicals, random testing for drugs and alcohol at own expense, do not enter bars or liquor stores/establishments, remain law-abiding, no same or similar violations, follow all instructions of probation and report to agent as directed.

• Maria E.G. Michienzi, 26, of Grand Rapids, charged and sentenced for felony assault in the fourth degree (corrections employee/probation officer/prosecutor/judge) on March 8, 2018. Sentenced by Judge Mark M. Starr to a stay of imposition with three years probation with conditions including nine days jail, $135 in fines, complete treatment, successfully complete outpatient chemical dependency treatment at Rapids Counseling, aftercare and follow all recommendations, follow all instructions of probation, follow all institution/program rules, complete diagnostic assessment and follow recommendations, psychological evaluation and treatment and follow recommendations, no alcohol or controlled substance use unless prescribed by a doctor, no possession of alcohol or drugs, no mood-altering chemicals, random testing, do not enter bars or liquor stores, no threats of violence, remain law-abiding, take medications in prescribed dosage and frequency, submit to random searches, no use or possession of firearms or dangerous weapons, follow all state and federal criminal laws, report to agent as directed, tell your probation officer within 72 hours if you are charged with any new crime, if you change your address, employment or telephone number or have contact with law enforcement; cooperate with the search of your person, residence, vehicle, workplace and things as directed by your probation officer; give a DNA sample when requested; sign all releases of information; do not use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives; and do not register to vote or vote until discharged from probation and civil rights are fully restored.

DUI/DWI Convictions

• Alec J. Hendrickson, 19, of Hibbing, convicted of gross misdemeanor second degree DWI on March 5, 2018. Sentenced by Judge David E. Ackerson to one year jail stayed, two years probation with conditions including 90 days jail, $1,015 in fines, no alcohol or controlled substance use, no mood-altering chemicals, no possession of alcohol or drugs unless prescribed by a doctor, random testing upon request and pay for said test, no drinking and driving, no driving without insurance, no driver’s license violations, chemical dependency evaluation and treatment, follow recommendations of evaluation, do not enter bars or liquor stores/establishments, no same or similar violations, remain law-abiding, victim impact panel, complete treatment, follow all instructions of probation, report to agent as directed, follow all state and federal criminal laws, report to agent as directed, tell your probation officer within 72 hours if you are charged with any new crime, if you change your address, employment or telephone number or have contact with law enforcement; cooperate with the search of your person, residence, vehicle, workplace and things as directed by your probation officer; sign all releases of information; and do not use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives.

• Katherine A. Besemann, 40, of Hibbing, convicted of misdemeanor fourth degree DWI on March 12, 2018. Sentenced by Judge Mark M. Starr to 90 days jail stayed, one year probation with conditions including one day jail, $610 in fines, no alcohol or controlled substance use, no mood-altering chemicals, no possession of alcohol or drugs, random testing, no drinking and driving, no driving without insurance, no driver’s license violations, chemical dependency evaluation and treatment, follow recommendations of evaluation, do not enter bars or liquor stores/establishments, no same or similar violations, remain law-abiding, victim impact panel, follow all instructions of probation, report to agent as directed, follow all state and federal criminal laws, report to agent as directed, tell your probation officer within 72 hours if you are charged with any new crime, if you change your address, employment or telephone number or have contact with law enforcement; cooperate with the search of your person, residence, vehicle, workplace and things as directed by your probation officer; sign all releases of information; and do not use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives.

• Breyan L. Knutson, 37, of Cook, convicted of gross misdemeanor second degree DWI on March 5, 2018. Sentenced by Judge David E. Ackerson to one year jail stayed, two years probation with conditions including 30 days jail, $1,015 in fines, follow all institution/program rules, no alcohol or controlled substance use, no mood-altering chemicals, no possession of alcohol or drugs unless prescribed by a doctor, do not enter bars or liquor stores/establishments whose main source of business is alcohol or social gatherings where alcohol is served, attend Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous as directed, victim impact panel, complete and pay fee, no driving without insurance, no driver’s license violations, remain law-abiding, be of good behavior, no same or similar violations, comply with Ignition Program with location tracking capabilities, aftercare, follow all recommendations of Pioneer treatment program, follow all instructions of probation, random testing upon request and pay for said test and report to agent as directed.

• David F. Wudinich, 55, of Virginia, convicted of gross misdemeanor second degree test refusal on March 5, 2018. Sentenced by Judge Gary J. Pagliaccetti to one year jail stayed, two years probation with conditions including five days jail, $85 in fines, chemical dependency evaluation and treatment, follow recommendations of evaluation including for treatment and aftercare, no alcohol or controlled substance use, no mood-altering chemicals unless prescribed by a doctor, no possession of alcohol or drugs, random testing, do not enter bars or liquor stores, victim impact panel, complete MADD impact panel, no use or possession of firearms and dangerous weapons, follow all institution/program rules, remain law-abiding, follow conditions set forth in the probation agreement, sign probation agreement, follow all state and federal criminal laws, report to agent as directed, tell your probation officer within 72 hours if you are charged with any new crime, if you change your address, employment or telephone number or have contact with law enforcement; cooperate with the search of your person, residence, vehicle, workplace and things as directed by your probation officer; and sign all releases of information as directed. Sentence to be served concurrently with other charges.

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