Court Proceedings

Brown County

District Court

• Nathaniel S. Ruiz, 29, Hampton, was charged on Sept. 6 with a gross misdemeanor count of domestic abuse – violating an Order For Protection within 10 years of previous conviction.

According to court documents, New Ulm Police were asked to assist a Brown County Investigator in locating Ruiz, at Linderhof Apartments New Ulm, at 10:46 a.m. Sept. 5.

At the door an alleged victim told officers Ruiz was in the back bedroom. Police told Ruiz and the victim there was an active Order for Protection out of Iowa against him having any contact with her. Ruiz said he thought the order was resolved. Brown County Dispatch advised the OFP order was good and that Ruiz had a valid warrant out of Jackson County, Minn. Ruiz was arrested. A review of his criminal history showed he was convicted of domestic assault in Hamilton County Iowa in 2014.

• Kameron C. Iverson, 22, 514 Minnesota St. N., New Ulm, was charged Sept. 7 with a gross misdemeanor charge for not carrying proof of insurance when operating vehicle with priors, a misdemeanor count of driving after cancellation and a petty misdemeanor count of vehicle registration/permit/plates required.

According to court documents, Sleepy Eye Police were on duty in the Sleepy Eye Event Center parking lot at 3 p.m., April 20 when they noticed a Suburban traveling into town on Highway 14 from the east. Another officer said a blue Suburban was parked on 1st Ave. S, just south of Main Street that had license plates belonging to a Ford Escort, and that the Suburban’s license plate expired in March 2017.

Police stopped the Suburban, ran the plates and found they came back to a 1993 Ford Escort registered to a Kyle S. from New Ulm. Police identified the driver as Iverson and asked him why he put the plates on the Suburban. Iverson said he wanted to move another vehicle parked behind an apartment building so he used the plates form the Escort because it didn’t have expired plates.

Police noticed a slight alcoholic odor coming from Iverson and learned his driver’s license was in a revoked status from a previous DWI. Iverson passed certain field sobriety tests. The vehicle was towed away by Westside Garage.

Iverson was summoned to appear in court at 8:30 a.m., Oct. 2.