Magistrate Court

     Logan Brett Seeley, Anamosa, pleaded guilty to speeding. He was fined $40 plus court costs.

     Billie Jean Barton, Monticello, pleaded guilty to violation of conditions of restricted license. She was fined $50 plus court costs.

     Jeff Allen Newell, Anamosa, pleaded guilty to no insurance and driving on wrong side of two-way highway. He was fined a total of $600 plus court costs.

     Tucker Allen Schroeder, Atkins, pleaded guilty to no valid driver’s license. He was fined $200 plus court costs.

     Joseph L. Neenan, Onslow, pleaded guilty to driving while license denied/suspended/canceled/revoked. He was fined $250 plus court costs.

     Koree Rae O’Brien, Monticello, pleaded guilty to driving while license denied/suspended/canceled/revoked. He was fined $250 plus court costs.

     Tyler James Koppenhaver, Anamosa, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. He was fined $65 plus court costs.

     Brandon Albert Thompson, Tama, pleaded guilty to 5th degree theft and one count of interference with official acts. He was fined a total of $130 plus court costs. Thompson had charges of providing false identity information and a second count of interference with official acts, dismissed.

     Jeremy Leon Torkelson, Anamosa, pleaded guilty to 5th degree theft. He was fined $65 plus court costs.

     Joshua David Klaren, Monticello, was charged with domestic abuse assault and 4th degree criminal mischief. A bench trial is set for Dec. 12.

     Shonnell Marie Phillips, Brooklyn Center, Minn., was charged with providing false identification information and possession of drug paraphernalia. A preliminary hearing is set for Oct. 30.

     Jamaica Brooke Ralston, Monmouth, pleaded not guilty to interference with official acts. A non-jury trial is set for Dec. 5.

     Tristin Rae Olson Vogeler, Masonville, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. A preliminary hearing is set for Nov. 12.

     John Christopher Jacobson, Olin, pleaded not guilty to 5th degree criminal mischief and assault. A non-jury trial is set for Dec. 12.

     John Andrew Egger and Chris Egger, of Olin, were cited for having a horse at residence without consent from the City of Olin. A court date was set for Nov. 14.

 

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