A Spirit Lake resident will serve a little jail time and probation and pay a fine after the defendant pled guilty to charges connected with entering without permission.
The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office reports that 20-year-old Hayley David Wilson of Spirit Lake pled guilty to Criminal Mischief and Trespassing, both Simple Misdemeanors.
Wilson was ordered to pay a total fine of $360, court costs, restitution of any court-appointed attorney fees, and any victim restitution. On each offense, Wilson was sentenced to 30 days in the Osceola County Jail with all time suspended except for one day, with the sentences to be served concurrently. Wilson will also serve two years’ probation.
On March 28, 2012, police records indicate Wilson entered a property without permission and attempted to gain access to in a recreational vehicle.
A Minnesota man received a deferred sentence and will serve probation after he was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance.
The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office reports that 21-year-old Kyle David Van Vleet of Mankato, Minnesota, was found guilty of Possession of a Controlled Substance, a Serious Misdemeanor.
Van Vleet is to pay a total fine of $850, court costs, and restitution of any court-appointed attorney fees. His judgment was deferred, and he will serve one year of probation.
On March 10, 2012, an Osceola County Deputy stopped Van Vleet for a moving violation in Sibley. During a search of Van Vleet’s vehicle, the deputy found a jar of marijuana in a backpack that Van Vleet later admitted belonged to him.
A Little Rock woman will serve a little jail time and probation among other penalties after she pled guilty to Domestic Abuse and Interference With Official Acts.
The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office reports that 22-year-old Heather Lynn Kruger of Little Rock pled guilty to the charges, which are both Simple Misdemeanors.
Kruger is to pay a total fine of $295, court costs, restitution of any court-appointed attorney fees, and any victim restitution. On the Interference charge, Kruger was sentenced to thirty days in jail, with twenty-eight days suspended. She will also serve two years’ probation.
On the Assault charge, Kruger’s judgment was deferred, and she will serve a year of probation on that charge. She was also ordered to successfully complete a Domestic Abuse Intervention Program and comply with the treatment’s recommendations.
According to the police report, on March 4, 2012, an Osceola County Deputy stopped a vehicle on Nettle Avenue. Kruger was the passenger in the vehicle. She exited the vehicle and was later found hiding in a grove. Kruger assaulted the male driver of the vehicle when she returned to the vehicle and resisted officers when placed under arrest.
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