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District Court cases closed from Dec. 21 to Dec. 25 Vehicle with tinted or driver compartment window not to be used -- Michael Gerard Gayda, Dickinson, $20 fine. Speeding violation -- Jeffery Dean Maas, Dickinson, $50 fine. Michael Allen Hughes, ...

District Court cases closed from Dec. 21 to Dec. 25

Vehicle with tinted or driver compartment window not to be used -- Michael Gerard Gayda, Dickinson, $20 fine.

Speeding violation -- Jeffery Dean Maas, Dickinson, $50 fine. Michael Allen Hughes, Williston, $18 fine. Carleen Margret Ferderer, Glen Ullin, $25 fine. Danny Ray Kelly, Watford City, $45 fine. Arianna A. Krinke, Bismarck, $20 fine. Tyler D. Bishopp, Mondovi, Wis., $31 fine. Jean Marie Butterfield, Richardton, $45 fine. Nicholas Thomas Biersdorf, Charlotte, N.C., $50 fine. Jonathan Villegas-Bello, Seatac, Wash., $65 fine. Amy Marie Locke, Lead, S.D., $50 fine. Charles Robert Crocker, Belfield, $45 fine. John Louis Suprock, Missoula, Mont., $25 fine. James Ernest Drager, Belfield, $75 fine. Ronald J. Kadrmas, Dickinson, $20 fine. Amanda Reopelle Leipheime, Bozeman, Mont., $45 fine. Matthew S. Berger, Olympia, Wash., $50 fine. Cameron Ray Qualley, Gwinner, $75 fine. Lindy Jacoby, Hollywood, Calif., $90 fine. Justin Paul Richards, Oxnard, Calif., $40 fine. Erica Lynn Overl Ulrich, Elgin, $50 fine. Benjamin Henry Lemieux, Dickinson, $20 fine. Tracey E. Hoff, Dickinson, $45 fine. Ryan L. Lyson, Baker, Mont., $75 fine. Karen Jan Johnson, Watford City, $30 fine. Heidi Brooke Trauger, Dickinson, $20 fine. Nicole Lynn Ennen, Bismarck, $25 fine. Gordon Scott Ellis, Minot, $40 fine. Melissa Ann Kelly, Colorado Springs, Colo., $45 fine. Neil Duane Moore, Baker, Mont., $20 fine. Lance Joel Haugen, Dickinson, $10 fine.

Drove without taillights when required -- Benjamin James Schroeder, Dickinson, $20 fine.

Violation of registration -- Benjamin James Schroeder, Dickinson, $20 fine.

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Failure to carry license while hunting -- Kurtis Peter Martin, Gladstone, $25 fine. Troy Paul Bosch, Dickinson, $20 fine.

Open receptacle -- Tyler Joseph Hofer, Gladstone, $50 fine.

Care required in operating a motor vehicle -- Josie L. Harding, Cheyenne, Wyo., $30 fine.

Operator failed to wear seat belt -- Gregory L. Mertes, Bowbells, $20 fine. Marvin Arthur Zastoupil, Dickinson, $20 fine.

Failed to display current registration, plates, tabs -- John Calvin Romanyshyn, South Heart, $20 fine.

Commercial motor vehicle violation -- Gregory L. Mertes, Bowbells, $50 fine. John Calvin Romanyshyn, South Heart, $50 fine. Nathan Wayne Sease, Bismarck, $50 fine.

Disregarded stop sign -- Robert Willard Newton, Belfield, $20 fine. Suzanne Rose Mittelstaed, Dickinson, $20 fine. Gerald Leo Hoff, Richardton, $20 fine.

Criminal mischief -- Justin Buckingham, Dickinson, $500 fines, two years unsupervised probation, one year jail, one year suspended.

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Failed to have driver's license in possession -- Honorae Ladawn Erickson, New England, $20 fine.

Driving while license is suspended -- Dustin Michael Syminow, Gladstone, $250 fines, one year unsupervised probation, five days jail, five days suspended.

Disorderly conduct -- Nancy F. Henning, Dickinson, $250 fines, one year unsupervised probation, one year deferred imposition.

Practicing taxidermy without a license -- Darnell Duane Schilling, Dickinson, $500 fines, two years unsupervised probation, two years deferred imposition.

Non-sufficient funds -- Daniela Vigen, Mandaree, $241 fines, $66 restitution.

Drove without liability insurance -- Brandon E. Anderson, Fallon, Mont., $400 fines, one year unsupervised probation, five days jail, five days suspended.

Criminal trespass -- Michael Hovet, Grand Forks, $575 fines, three years supervised probation, three years deferred imposition.

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