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Fillmore County District Court 2.11.13

Fri, Feb 8th, 2013
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February 4, 2013, Marcus Damon Scott Tucker, 45 of Preston, appeared before Judge Robert Benson at the Fillmore County Courthouse. He was charged with three counts of Drugs in the 5th Degree- Sale- marijuana mixture except small amount marijuana with no remuneration, each with a maximum penalty of five years, $10,000, or both. The charges stem from two incidents in which Tucker allegedly sold marijuana to a Confidential Reliable Informant (CRI) that was hired by police. When the police searched his home, they allegedly found more marijuana and drug paraphernilia. Tucker was released on $10,000 unconditional bail. His next court appearance is February 11.

Emily Jean Holt, 37 of Mabel, also appeared before Judge Benson on February 4. She was charged with two counts of Theft- Take/Use/Transfer Movable Property with no consent, which has a maximum penalty of five years, $10,000, or both. Holt’s niece is living with her, and she had her wedding ring and a necklace stolen from her bedroom. Police allegedly used the computerized pawn system and found that Holt had allegedly pawned those missing items at a pawn shop in Rochester. Holt was released on $10,000 unconditional bail. Her next court appearance is February 11.

Jacob Ryan Hokenstad, 18 of Altura, Minn., was charged with Burglary in the 2nd Degree- Dwelling, which has a maximum penalty of ten years, $20,000 or both; Burglary in the 3rd Degree- Steal/Commit Felony or Misdemeanor, which has a maximum penalty of five years, $10,000 or both; as well as Theft, Damage to Property, and Receiving Stolen Property. Police received a call with a report of a break-in and burglary at a residence. The garage window had been broken. Hokenstad and others were allegedly involved, and Hokenstad allegedly broke the window. There were many electronic items missing from the home. Hokenstad was released on $20,000 unconditional bail, and his next court appearance is February 11.


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9:51:38, Feb 10th 2013

Sapphire says:
It's very difficult for a black man to be treated fairly in an all white, bias, and "extremely stuck in their ways" community!