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

• Jennifer J. Ruport, 39, of International Falls, Minn., charged and sentenced for gross misdemeanor possession of amphetamine in the fifth degree on Oct. 18, 2018. Sentenced by Judge Robert C. Friday to a statutory stay of adjudication with two years probation with conditions including 91 days jail, $50 in fines, no use or possession of firearms or dangerous weapons, follow all institution/program rules, chemical dependency evaluation and treatment, pay the required free and follow recommendations of evaluation, no alcohol or controlled substance use, no mood-altering chemicals, no possession of drugs or alcohol with the exception of prescribed medications, random testing upon request and at own expense, do not enter bars or liquor stores/establishments whose main source of income in alcohol, follow all instructions of probation, report to agent as directed, no same or similar violations, follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact your probation officer 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 as directed; 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.

Assault Convictions

• Steven A. Verbick, 49, of Chisholm, convicted of misdemeanor domestic assault on Oct. 22, 2018. Sentenced by Judge Rachel C. Sullivan to 90 days jail stayed, two years probation with conditions including two days jail. $210 in fines, do not use or possess firearms, ammunition or explosives; follow all instructions of probation; chemical dependency evaluation and treatment; follow recommendations of evaluation; complete domestic abuse batterers’ intervention program; no threats of violence; no same or similar violations; follow all state and federal criminal laws, contact your probation officer 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.

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