• Daniel L. Smith, 29, 2526 S. Bridge St., New Ulm, was convicted of gross misdemeanor no insurance Dec. 11. Charges of driving after revocation and possession of marijuana were dismissed. He was sentenced to 365 days in the Brown County Jail, 335 stayed for two years Supervised probation. Jail time to be served in 3 separate segments if legal requirements met. He was fined $985.
• Gregory J. Morse, 36, 1452 11th Ave., Windom, was convicted of gross misdemeanor 2nd degree DWI 0.08 within 2 hours Dec. 11. Charges of child neglect or endangerment, contributing to need for protection or services, driver must carry proof of insurance when operating vehicle, reckless driving, speeding 94/55 and dangerous weapons were dismissed.
He was sentenced to 365 days in the Brown County Jail, 275 stayed for 3 years Supervised probation. Jail time to be served in 3 separate segments if legal requirements met. He was fined $860, may received up to $300 towards fine for Ignition Interlock out-of-pocket expenses. Conditions include completing a MADD Impact Panel, pay fee; complete DWI education class, pay fee; abstain from alcohol/controlled substance use, comply with curfew restriction as directed by probation officer, comply with Ignition Interlock program to be eligible to drive while on probation.
• Roger J. Reichel, 46, 229 Willard St., Mankato, was convicted of gross misdemeanor theft Dec. 11. Another theft charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to 365 days in the Brown County Jail, stayed for 2 years Supervised probation. He was fined $985. Can get credit towards fine for out-of-pocket expenses for evaluations and all recommendations of them. Conditions include completing a chemical use assessment and psychological evaluation, follow all recommendations, do not enter or call victim’s place of employment, (New Ulm Menard’s) during probation period, take medications in prescribed dosage and frequency. attend AA/NA or approved weekly support group, verify to probation agent, no alcohol/controlled substance use unless prescribed by a physician, comply with curfew. He was Sentenced to Service for 40 hours within an indeterminate period of time. Violation of entering victim’s place of employment is punishable as a misdemeanor.
• Augusto A. Marquez, 19, 407 Summit Ave., Hanska, was convicted of gross misdemeanor 3rd degree damage to property Dec. 11. 1st and 4th degree damage to property and disorderly conduct charges were dismissed. He was sentenced to 365 days in the Brown County Jail, 350 days stayed for 2 years Supervised probation, credited with 9 days served. Option of performing Sentence to Service (STS) in lieu of remaining jail time if all STS fees paid, to be completed within 6 months of sentencing. He was fined $985.
Conditions include keeping restitution open for 30 dys, pay restitution before fines, fees, surcharges, participate in Victim/Offender Mediation, pay fee. If not available, write apology letter and submit to probation for approval. No alcohol/controlled substance use. Pay $1,930 to Court Administration for first restitution obligation.
• Alan D. Nachreiner, 56, 1512 Center St., was charged with two counts of gross misdemeanor 3rd degree DWI and misdemeanor open bottle Dec. 11. According to court documents, New Ulm Police were on patrol at 10:32 p.m. Dec. 9 when their attention was drawn to a vehicle traveling west on Center Street, near Payne Street. Police saw a vehicle weaving left and right in the traffic lane, drifted halfway into the left turn lane, then hit a lawfully parked passenger vehicle and part of the concrete stairs leading to a residence.
Police identified the driver as Nachreiner and observed intoxication signs.
Police found an open beer can in the vehicle. Nachreiner failed a Preliminary Breath Test and was arrested for DUI. A breath sample for analysis showed an alcohol concentration of .21 grams per 210 liters of breath.