Joshua R. Messner, 34, Gaylord, appeared for an admit/deny hearing on allegations that he violated the terms of his probation on third-degree possession of a controlled substance. He denied the allegations and will be held without bail in the Sibley County Jail.
Dorin R. Nussbaum Jr., 38, Gibbon, appeared for obstructing legal process, child endangerment, and disorderly conduct. He was released on existing conditions which include not using or possessing alcohol or drugs.
Cameron D. Schmandt, 19, Stewart, appeared for third degree assault. He pled guilty to an amended charge of gross misdemeanor malicious punishment of a child. He was released on existing conditions.
Bruce A. Prigge Jr, 23, Gibbon, appeared for second-degree DWI, driving after revocation, and failure to insure vehicle. He pled guilty to second degree DWI. All other charges were dismissed. He was convicted and placed on 2 years probation to court services. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Sibley County Jail, undergo a chemical use assessment, follow all recommendations; attend a Victim Impact Panel; and fined $585.
Mikaela M. Kokesch, 20, Stewart, appeared for third degree assault. He pled guilty to an amended charge of gross misdemeanor child endangerment. He was released on existing conditions.
Randal Allen Eustis, 48, Gaylord, appeared for gross misdemeanor obstructing legal process and disorderly conduct. He was released on his own recognizance.
Maurice D. Norman, 59, Gaylord, appeared at a bail hearing after being arrested for violating his conditions of release on an underlying offense of fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. He admitted to violating his conditions of release. Despite the admission by the defendant, he was released from jail on existing release conditions. His next court appearance is on Nov. 9. .
Dylan B. Freyholtz, 24, Gaylord, pled guilty to felony possession of stolen property, fifth degree possession of a Controlled Substance, gross misdemeanor issuance of a dishonored check. He was convicted of that offense and placed on probation to court services for two years on condition the he pay $384.86 in restitution and remain law abiding. Pending a sentencing hearing, he was released on the existing release conditions.
Corey D. Neubarth, 44, of Winthrop, appeared for gross misdemeanor stalking. He was released on his own recognizance, but ordered that he have no contact with the alleged victim. His next court appearance is 1 p.m. Nov. 3.
Dereck R.Sanchez, 31, New Ulm, appeared for sentencing on charges of felony making threats of violence and a misdemeanor violation of a Domestic Abuse No Contact Order. He was sentenced to 21 months in prison, stayed for five years probation with the Dept. of Corrections, serve 90 days in the Sibley County Jail, have no contact with the victim; have a chemical use assessment within 30 days and follow all recommendations; complete an updated psychological evaluation and follow all recommendations; complete a domestic violence assessment and follow all recommendations, pay an $85 surcharge.
Stephen B. Kizer, 40, Winthrop, appeared after previously admitting to violating to the terms of his probation on an underlying offense of Third Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct. The court reinstated the defendant on probation with the same terms and conditions as previously ordered but with an additional condition that he complete sex offender treatment through CORE.
Yolanda C. Cardenas, 24, Glencoe, appeared on a felony theft charge. She said sufficient evidence existed to require her to stand trial. The court scheduled a Settlement Conference for November 29, 2016 at 9:45 a.m. and a Jury Trial for December 13, 2016 at 8:30 a.m. She was released on existing conditions.