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District Attorney’s report

• Jacquelien Ann Wall was charged on July 7 with obtaining or possessing credit card without consent of cardholder; burglary, two counts; fraudulent use of a credit card, three counts, all felonies; and attempted fraudulent use of a credit card, two counts, a gross misdemeanor.

• Christopher Ross Turpin was charged on July 7 with obtaining or possessing credit card without consent of cardholder; burglary, two counts; fraudulent use of a credit card, three counts, all felonies; and attempted fraudulent use of a credit card, two counts, a gross misdemeanor.

• Kayla Christine Prankunas was charged on July 7 with grand larceny, a felony.

• Melissa Ann Haggerty was charged on July 2 with unlawful use of a controlled substance, a felony.

• Charles Edward Cooper was charged on July 16 with battery by a prisoner in lawful custody or confinement and habitual criminal, both felonies.

• Therese A. Harke was charged on July 6 with burglary, a felony.

• Heather A. Nelson-Lane was charged on July 9 with possession of a controlled substance, a felony.

• Brett Aaron Young was charged on July 10 with felon in possession of firearm(s), a felony.

• Wayne Anthony Bellina was charged on July 6 with battery by a prisoner, a felony; driving under the influence of alcohol, and having open container of alcoholic beverage with passenger area of motor vehicle while on highway; drinking alcoholic beverage while driving motor vehicle, both misdemeanors.

• Justin A. Cain was charged on July 8 with unlawful trespass upon land, a misdemeanor; indecent or obscene exposure; and possession of dangerous weapon, both gross misdemeanors.

• Douglas Allen Varin was charged on July 13 with child abuse and neglect, a gross misdemeanor; domestic battery, and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, first offense, both misdemeanors.

• Lasonya Joyce Spates was charged on July 17 with intimidating public officer, a gross misdemeanor, permitting or creating a condition resulting in an animal attacking a human being, two counts; running at large, two counts; and permitting animal to attack animal of another, two counts, all misdemeanors.

• Tami O’Brien was charged on June 22 with driving under the influence of alcohol and failure to maintain travel lane, both misdemeanors.

• Sean Alan South was charged on June 25 with possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor.

• Keena Contois was charged on June 25 with possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor.

• Carol Diane Bushart was charged on June 26 with driving under the influence of alcohol, vehicle entering highway or roadway from private way and failure to maintain travel lane, al misdemeanors.

• Samuel P. Rodriguez was charged on July 2 with battery, a misdemeanor.

• Raymond Michael Rodriguez was charged on July 2 with battery, a misdemeanor.

• Robert Alan Steinberg was charged on June 30 with domestic battery, a misdemeanor.

• Roshon Dupree Perkins was charged on July 2 with domestic battery, first offense, a misdemeanor.

• Larry Anthony Morales was charged on July 7 with domestic battery, a misdemeanor.

• Colton Daniel Walker was charged on July 7 with possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor.

• Pietro Mariano Sr., was charged on July 8 with reckless driving and security for payment of tort liabilities required, both misdemeanors.

• Laura Lee Lamb was charged on July 9 with domestic battery, first offense, a misdemeanor.

• Brian Scott Goodwin was charged on July 6 with driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to maintain traffic lane, and throwing burning cigarette from moving vehicle, all misdemeanors.

• Loren Sherrod Hall was charged on July 9 with driving under the influence of alcohol and basic speed, both misdemeanors.

• Sara N. Hogenkamp was charged on July 8 with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving on divided highway and driving without a valid license, all misdemeanors.

• Kimberly Ann Dilger was charged on July 10 with obtaining money under false pretenses, a misdemeanor.

• Donald Dustin North was charged on July 13 with domestic battery, second offense, a misdemeanor.

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