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Fillmore County District Court 12.9.13


Fri, Dec 6th, 2013
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Michael Allen Douglas, 46, of Harmony, Minn., appeared in Fillmore County Court on November 27, 2013 facing one alleged felony count of Issue Dishonored Check and one alleged felony count Theft - By Check, both which carry maximum penalties of five years imprisonment, fines of $10,000, or both. Douglas also faces one alleged gross misdemeanor count of Issue Dishonored Check - Offense and one alleged gross misdemeanor count of Theft - By Check, both which carry maximum penalties of one year imprisonment, fines of $3,000, or both. A jury trial for Douglas is set for February 5, 2014.

Jacob Eugene Monson, 19, of Rochester, Minn., was sentenced in Fillmore County Court for two counts Theft - Take/Use/Transfer Movable Property - No Consent and two counts Receiving Stolen Property. Monson was given a stay of imposition for Theft - Take/Use/Transfer Movable Property placing him under supervised probation for 20 years. Monson was also given 30 days in jail, a fine of $50, and was ordered to pay restitution totaling $12,589 and 50 hours of community service. For Receiving Stolen Property Monson was also given a stay of imposition.

Christian Voun Hansen, 45, St. Ansgar, Iowa, was sentenced in Fillmore County Court for one count Burglary - 3rd Degree - Steal/Commit Felony or Gross Misdemeanor and one count Assault - 5th Degree - Inflict or Attempt Bodily Harm. For the burglary charge Hansen was given a stay of imposition placing him under supervised probation for five years, 30 days in jail with credit for time served of two days, and a fine of $1,000. For the assault charge Hanson was given a fine of $1,000 (stay $700) and 90 days in jail (stay 90 days).

Lisa Christine Phillips, 32, of Spring Valley, Minn., appeared in Fillmore County Court for three cases that include three alleged counts of Burglary - 3rd Degree - Steal/Commit Felony or Gross Misdemeanor which carry maximum penalties of five years imprisonment, fines of $10,000, or both. Phillips faces one alleged felony count of Theft - Take/Use/Transfer Movable Property - No Consent - Aid and Abet, which carries a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment, fines of $10,000, or both. Phillips also faces two misdemeanor counts of Theft - Take/Use/Transfer Movable Property - No Consent - Aid and Abet, which carry maximum penalties of 90 days imprisonment, fines of $1,000, both.

Michael William Niemeyer, 32, of Spring Valley, Minn., appeared in Fillmore County Court facing one alleged count of Burglary - 2nd Degree - Building - Possess Tool and one alleged count Burglary - 2nd Degree - Government, Religious, Historic, or School Building - without Consent and Commits Crime, both which carry maximum penalties of 10 years imprisonment, fines of $20,000, or both. Niemeyer faces three alleged counts of Burglary - 3rd Degree - Steal/Commit Felony or Gross Misdemeanor - Aid and Abet, which carry a maximum penalties of five years imprisonment, fines of $10,000, or both. Niemeyer also faces three alleged felony counts of Theft - Take/Use/Transfer Movable Property - No Consent, which carry maximum penalties of five years imprisonment, fines of $10,000 or both as well as one count Damage to Property - 1st Degree - Value Reduced Over $1,000, which carries a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment, fines of $10,000 or both. Niemeyer faces alleged one gross misdemeanor count of Theft - Take/Use/Transfer Movable Property, which carries a maximum penalty of one year imprisonment, fines of $3,000, or both. Finally, Niemeyer faces one misdemeanor counts of Theft - Take/Use/Transfer Movable Property - No Consent - Aid and Abet, which carries a maximum penalty of 90 days imprisonment, fines of $1,000, or both. A jury trial for Niemeyer is set for February 27, 2014.

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