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Fargo Municipal Court (June 21, 2009)

For the period of May 5-13: DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE:...

For the period of May 5-13:

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE:

Amber Lee Carlton, Moorhead, $500 fines and fees, 30 days jail conditionally suspended.

Randy Steve Gackle, Fargo, $1,025 fines and fees, 30 days jail with 25 days conditionally suspended.

Thomas Travis William Hasse, Fargo, $525 fines and fees, 30 days jail conditionally suspended.

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Marissa Avonne Holmquist, Moorhead, $675 fines and fees, 30 days jail with 29 days conditionally suspended.

Dylan James Lohnes, Fargo, $525 fines and fees, 30 days jail conditionally suspended.

Andrew J. Nelson, Menahga, Minn., $525 fines and fees, 30 days jail conditionally suspended.

Joel Raymond Neppl, Fargo, $525 fines and fees, 30 days jail conditionally suspended.

Jared Michael Olson, Fargo, $1,025 fines and fees with $250 conditionally suspended, 30 days jail with 25 days conditionally suspended.

Min Kim Park, Chicago, $525 fines and fees, 30 days jail conditionally suspended.

Jamie Leigh Rott, West Fargo, $525 fines and fees, 30 days jail conditionally suspended.

Paulita Veronica Ruiz, Halstad, Minn., $525 fines and fees, 30 days jail with 29 days conditionally suspended.

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Aaron Scott James Swenson, Fargo, $525 fines and fees, 30 days jail conditionally suspended.

Jared Michael Wahl, Fargo, $1,025 fines and fees, 30 days jail with 24 days conditionally suspended.

Shalie Sommer Wanna, Fargo, $515 fines and fees.

Lynn Jay Wold, Abercrombie, $500 fine, 30 days jail with 29 days conditionally suspended.

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