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Fargo municipal courts

For the period of Dec.

For the period of Dec. 9 - 23:

SHOPLIFTING:

David Ross Fite Jr., Fargo, $1,025 fines and fees with $500 suspended, 30 days jail with 20 days suspended.

Ricky Garcia, Fargo, $525 fines and fees with $200 suspended, 30 days jail suspended, 56 hours city work program.

Brock David Golick, Moorhead, $325 fines and fees, 16 hours city work program, deferred imposition for 11 months.

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Russell William Kuhn IV, Fargo, $325 fines and fees, 30 days jail suspended, 40 hours city work program.

Timothy James Lambert, Grand Forks, $400 fines and fees, 30 days jail suspended, 40 hours city work program.

Bonnie Jean Mayfield, Fargo, $325 fines and fees, 30 days jail suspended, 16 hours city work program.

Ciara Joy Olsen, Moorhead, $325 fines and fees, 16 hours city work program, deferred imposition for 11 months.

Michael John Palya, Fargo, $325 fines and fees, 30 days jail suspended, 16 hours city work program.

Anthony Brian Slough, Fargo, $1,325 fines and fees with $300 suspended, 30 days jail with 20 days suspended.

Courtney Jean Stuehrenberg, Moorhead, $325 fines and fees, 16 hours city work program, deferred imposition for 11 months.

Sean Michael Thompson, Fargo, $325 fines and fees, 16 hours city work program, deferred imposition for 11 months.

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Patioah Tiah, address unavailable, $100 fines, 30 days jail with 24 days suspended.

Michael Paul Wegscheid, Fargo, $325 fines and fees, 16 hours city work program, deferred imposition for 11 months.

Candice Marie Whitcomb, Fergus Falls, Minn., $325 fines and fees, deferred imposition for 11 months.

THEFT:

Ricky Garcia, Fargo, $325 fines and fees, 30 days jail suspended, 56 hours city work program.

Jeremy Wayne Johnston, address unavailable, deferred imposition for six months.

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