District Court

     Nathanyal Robert Ivanov, Springbrook, was found to be in violation of probation, which was revoked. He was sentenced to 25 days in jail, and fined court costs.

     Dalton Allan Dague, Olin, pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily injury (domestic abuse). He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, and fined $430 plus court costs. All but two days were suspended, and Dague was placed on self-supervised probation for one year.

     Jamie Lee Bickford, Hopkinton, pleaded not guilty to driving while barred. A jury trial is set for Feb. 1.

     Andrew Vitalyvich Likanchuk, Anamosa, pleaded not guilty to driving while barred. A jury trial is set for Nov. 30.

     Luke Allen Jaeger, Olin, pleaded guilty to driving while barred. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, to run concurrently with a sentence in Linn County, and fined $855 plus court costs. All but 10 days were suspended, and Jaeger was placed on self-supervised probation for one year.

     Reece Paul Schmit, Monticello, pleaded guilty to the lesser offense of 4th degree criminal mischief. He was sentenced to seven days in jail, and fined $430 plus court costs. Schmit was also ordered to pay victim restitution.

     Kira Laurine Olin, Dubuque, was charged with assault while displaying a dangerous weapon. No court date was set.

     Craig James Orris, Maquoketa, pleaded not guilty to domestic abuse assault-displaying/using a dangerous weapon 1st offense and leaving the scene of an accident resulting in serious injury. A jury trial is set for Feb. 1.

     Jason Allen Hand, Anamosa, pleaded not guilty to assault on persons in certain occupations-bodily injury, 1st degree harassment, and 4th degree criminal mischief. A jury trial is set for Dec. 7.

     Jeffrey Allen Borga, Anamosa, pleaded not guilty to possession of burglar’s tools. A jury trial is set for Feb. 1.

     Donnie Eric Morrison, Cedar Rapids, pleaded guilty to the lesser offense of possession of marijuana 1st offense. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail, and fined $315 plus court costs.

     Jeffry Thomas Dierksen, Andrew, was found guilty of the lesser offense of enticing a minor. He was sentenced to two years in prison, and fined $855 plus court costs. The fine was suspended.

     Dustin Philip Rickels, Hopkinton, pleaded guilty to driving while barred and the lesser offense of eluding. He was sentenced to seven years in prison, to run concurrently with sentences in Linn, Jones, and Dubuque counties, and fined a total of $1,880 plus court costs. The fines were suspended. Rickels also had charges of 1st degree criminal mischief, 1st degree theft, and 2nd degree arson, all dismissed.

     Jason Charles McElmeel, Monticello, was charged with assault causing serious injury. No court date was set.

     Chad Allen Sloan, Vinton, pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine 1st offense. He was sentenced to 30 days in the Linn County Jail, to run concurrently with a sentence in Linn County, and fined $430 plus court costs. All but two days were suspended, and Sloan was placed on self-supervised probation for one year.

     Nicklaus Ryan Clark, Hopkinton, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana 1st offense. Judgment was deferred, and he was placed on self-supervised probation for one year. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty of $430 plus court costs.

     Joseph Michael Noll, Monticello, pleaded not guilty to domestic abuse assault-injury/mental illness 1st offense. A jury trial is set for Feb. 1.

     Nichole J’Ne Peterson, Monticello, was charged with assault causing bodily injury/mental illness. No court date was set.

     Tatem Elyse Galloway, Lost Nation, was cited for possession of marijuana 1st offense. A court date is set for Nov. 17.

     Ismel Lautrok, Dubuque, pleaded guilty to OWI 3rd offense. He was sentenced to five years in prison, and fined $3,125 plus court costs. The sentence was suspended, with the exception of 30 days to be served in jail. Lautrok was also placed on supervised probation for three years.

     Sheldon James Moroni Tory, Anamosa, pleaded not guilty to OWI 1st offense. A jury trial is set for Feb. 1.

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