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Fillmore County District Court


Fri, Apr 1st, 2005
Posted in Features

Felony Charges

Justin Leroy Rickert, 28, of Rushford, was charged in Fillmore County District Court on Monday, March 28, with three felony counts of theft, receiving stolen property and burglary related to the theft of a golf cart and trailer from a property in Henrytown.

According to court documents, it is alleged that Rickert broke into a garage in Henrytown and took a golf cart valued at $2,500 and a Featherlite trailer valued at $700.

Rickert entered a plea of not guilty to all charges and asked the court for a jury trial. A trial date has been set for May 26, with a pre-trial hearing scheduled for May 2. Rickert is represented by attorney Fred Suhler, Jr. The defendant remains in custody at the Fillmore County Jail.

Felony Dispositions

Adrian Craddock, 33, of Chatfield, pled guilty in District Court on Monday, March 28, to one felony count of theft of a motor vehicle, related to an incident in Chatfield in the fall of 2004. According to court documents, Craddock used the motor vehicle of a Chatfield man on two occasions without permission.

Judge Robert Benson stayed imposing a sentence for five years and ordered the defendant to serve 365 days in jail, with credit given for 149 days served. Craddock also was fined $1500 and must pay restitution of $4,000.

Richard Alvin Catlett, 63, of Blaine, Washington, pled guilty in court on Monday, March 28, to one felony count of assault with a dangerous weapon stemming from an incident in rural Harmony on July 7, 2004.

According to court documents, the defendant made threatening advances toward his daughter and son-in-law with a firearm while intoxicated.

Judge Benson stayed imposition of sentencing for 5 years and ordered the defendant to serve 60 days in jail. Catlett was also fined $3000, ordered to undergo alcohol treatment and to have no contact with the victims.

Travis Lee Brink, 22, of Lanesboro, pled guilty to one count of burglary related to an incident in rural Lanesboro on March 3, 2004.

According to court documents, Brink entered a rural Lanesboro home and stole $6775.

Judge Benson sentenced Brink to 28 months in prison, with a stay of execution for 10 years. Brink was ordered to serve 180 days in jail, with credit given for 180 days .....
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Students value educational opportunity in community that cares

Fri, Apr 1st, 2005
Posted in Features

Editors note: With declining enrollments and flat funding, many school districts are in financial crisis eagerly awaiting what the Minnesota legislature will do this year. Locally, Fillmore Central and Kingsland are talking about the possibility of ..... 
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Fillmore County District Court: Stewartville man gets prison for DUI; Preston man sent to prison for burglaries

Fri, Mar 25th, 2005
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Ryan Everett Hinze, 25, of Stewartville, was sentenced to 60 months in prison by Judge Robert Benson in Fillmore County District Court on Monday, March 21 after pleading guilty to one felony count of driving while under the influence. Hinze was arres ..... 
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Fillmore Central School District: How to divide tennis court compensation discussed

Fri, Mar 25th, 2005
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With Highway 52 construction scheduled to commence next month, cleaning up final details regarding the old tennis court and its equipment adjacent to the elementary-middle school property was discussed. Preston attorney David Joerg, acting with the p ..... 
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Fillmore Central 8th grader writes, acts and directs play

Fri, Mar 25th, 2005
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Samantha Gibson of Preston, an eighth grader at Fillmore Central Middle School, likes to write. So much so, that she spends her spare time penning out book length stories. She even claims to have a movie script under her belt.

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Award winning Scottish duo at Eagle Bluff April 9

Fri, Mar 25th, 2005
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Southeastern Minnesotans will have the rare opportunity to hear two of Scotlands national music treasures live in concert on Saturday evening, April 9, at Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center near Lanesboro.

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Preston council approves Kansas Street improvements

Fri, Mar 25th, 2005
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Despite the piles of clean white snow it is spring and that other season in Minnesota (construction) will soon be upon us. Joe Palen of Bonestroo and Associates described to citizens at a public hearing, and before the Preston City Council on March 2 ..... 
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Emotions run high over coaching controversy

Fri, Mar 25th, 2005
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RUSHFORD - Its tempting to think the biggest issues in local education would have to do with lack of state funding and the resulting budget cuts. But last Monday night proved that theres nothing like a coaching controversy to bring citizens to thei ..... 
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A tale of two buildings in Lanesboro

Fri, Mar 25th, 2005
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LANESBORO - The Lanesboro City Council heard the next chapters in the stories of two construction/renovation projects in Lanesboro at their March 21 meeting. Hal Cropp and David Ruen spoke first to the council about the planned Art Center. Cropp in ..... 
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