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Lake County District Court news for Oct. 14, 2010

Judge Deborah Kim Christopher dealt with the following cases Sept. 30: Nicholas Olson , 24, Pablo, pleaded not guilty to aggravated assault, a felony, and criminal endangerment, a felony. Olson remains at liberty. An omnibus hearing is set for Thursday, Dec. 2 at 9 a.m. and a jury trial is set for Monday, Jan. 10, 2011 at 9 a.m. According to court records, charges stem from an August incident where Olson allegedly argued with his girlfriend over their cell phones being shut off. Olson allegedly threw his girlfriend to the ground, grabbed her head and banged her head off the floor, causing her to lose consciousness. She awoke to water pouring on her face; he then allegedly sat on h...


Polson City Court news for Oct. 7, 2010

Judge Doug A. Olson dealt with the following cases Sept. 11-Oct. 1: Jessica E. James, 19, pleaded guilty to: following too closely, filing to give notice of accident by quickest means (apparent damage more than $500), and operating without liability insurance in effect, first offense. She was found guil...


Lake County Justice Court news for Oct. 7, 2010

Justice of the Peace Chuck Wall dealt with the following cases from Sept 24-30: Jennah Lynn Siegfried , 20, pleaded not guilty to riving without a valid driver’s license, expired less than 180 days. She was found guilty and fined $250 plus $35 in court costs. In addition, she pleaded guilty to driv...


Lake County District Court news for Oct. 7, 2010

Judge C.B. McNeil heard the following cases Sept. 29: Joshua Couture , 21, Ronan, entered a no contest plea and admitted to the offense of Assault on a Police Officer, a felony. The court found Couture guilty and sentencing is set for Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 9 a.m. According to court records, the charges...


Lake County Justice Court news for Sept. 30, 2010

Justice of the peace Chuck Wall heard the following cases from Sept. 17 to Sept. 23: Isaac Henry Cordova , 25, pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol, second offense. Cordova was found guilty, sentenced to 180 days with 166 suspended and fined $600 plus $85 in court costs. He als...


Lake County District Court news for Sept. 30, 2010

Judge C.B. McNeil heard the following cases Wednesday, Sept. 22: Luke Patrick , 36, Polson, pleaded not guilty to the charge of criminal possession of dangerous drugs, a felony. Patrick remains in custody on a $25,000 bond. Charges stem from a Sept. 3 incident when Patrick, who was on probation after ser...


Lake County Justice Court news for Sept. 23, 2010

Justice of the peace Chuck Wall heard the following cases from Sept. 10-16: Roxanna Dennison , 49, pleaded not guilty to criminal mischief. She was found guilty, sentenced to 180 days in jail with all suspended, and fined $100 plus $85 in court costs. Dennison also pleaded not guilty to driving under the...


Lake County District Court news for Sept. 23, 2010

Judge Deborah Kim Christopher heard the following cases Thursday, Sept. 9: Tiffany Faye Edwards , 23, of Ronan, pleaded guilty to deceptive practices, a felony, and forgery, a misdemeanor. The court accepted the plea agreement and found Edwards guilty. According to court records, the felony charges st...


Lake County Marriages and Divorces for August 2010

The following marriages and dissolutions took place in Lake County Aug. 1-31: Marriages • Heather Nicole Francis and Jonathon James Reid • Samantha L. Anderson and Jonathan David Haack • Shyla Paige Guardipee and Jonathan B. Collicott • Champagne M. Von Lewis and Robert David Wallace...


Polson City Court news for Sept. 16, 2010

Judge A. Doug Olson heard the following cases from Aug. 28 - Sept. 10: Anthony Diaz , 24, pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked. Diaz was found guilty and sentenced to two days in jail and fined $250 plus $135 in court costs. Shaele Lytle Gillin , ...


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