-Kendra Lorraine Hoeger, Minot, pleaded guilty to a Jan. 25 A misdemeanor charge of failure to appear as a witness or produce information before Northeast District Judge Michael Hurly Aug. 30. Hurly sentenced Hoeger to 14 days at the Heart of America Correctional and Treatment Center, with credit for six days served, eight days suspended and 360 days of probation.
-Christopher Jerome Schmidt, Oriska, pleaded guilty to an Aug. 14 A misdemeanor charge driving under a suspended license. Hurly ordered Schmidt to serve 60 days at HACTC with 60 days suspended and 360 days of probation. Schmidt was also ordered to pay $325 in fees.
-Elizabeth Rose Smith, Cando, pleaded guilty to a Jan. 1 A misdemeanor charge of driving under a suspended license. Hurly ordered Smith to pay $250 after her release from Dakota Women’s Correctional Rehab Center, where Smith is serving a sentence on a separate charge.
-Curtis Justin Steele, Belcourt, pleaded guilty to a July 21 C felony charge of theft of property. Hurly sentenced Steele to a term of one year and one day with the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation with one year and one day suspended, two years of probation and credit for 33 days served. Hurly ordered Steele not to be within 50 yards of High Plains Equipment in Rugby and pay a total of $1,465 in fees. Steele also pleaded guilty to an A misdemeanor charge of theft of property incurred July 21. Hurly sentenced Steele to 90 days at HACTC with 90 days suspended, two years probation and credit for 33 days served.
-Jeremy Leo Davis, Dunseith, pleaded guilty to a July 31 C felony charge of child endangerment. Hurly ordered Davis to pay $1,135 in total fees, serve 90 days of a two-year sentence with the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, with two years probation and credit for 30 days served. Hurly ordered the sentence to be served concurrently with those for a C felony charge for unlawful delivery of drug paraphernalia; a C felony charge of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and an A misdemeanor charge of possession of methamphetamine. Davis had pleaded guilty to the felony and misdemeanor drug charges as well.
-David Vernon Payne, Jamestown, pleaded guilty to a C felony charge of fleeing a peace officer with a vehicle, second offense stemming from a July 14 chase in Pierce County. Hurly sentenced Payne to a 360-day term at HACTC with 360 days suspended, 24 months of probation and credit for 43 days served. Hurly also ordered Payne to pay $1,135 in total fees. Payne also pleaded guilty to a B misdemeanor charge of reckless driving. Hurly ordered Payne to serve 30 days at HACTC with credit for 30 days served and to pay $25 in fees.
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