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Court Dispositions: June 22-29, 2020

Freeborn County

District Court

 

June 22

Ryan Dean Johnson, 40, 718 St. Peter Ave. Count 1: Driving after suspension. Fees $280.

 

June 26

James Roosevelt Rutherford, 60, 403 Hawthorne St. E., Albert Lea. Count 1: Traffic – DWI – Refuse to submit to chemical test; blood or urine as required by search warrant. Local confinement 365 days, stay 363 days for four years. Serve as work release (if eligible) sentence to serve (if eligible). Supervised probation four years. Fees $155. Count 2: Traffic – DWI – Operate motor vehicle under influence of alcohol. Dismissed. Count 3: Drivers license – Driving without a valid license for vehicle class or type. Dismissed.

Akaash Janardana Tumuluri, 21, 19465 Compton Lane, Brookfield, Wisconsin. Count 1: Speed 70 zone 91/70. Fees $220.

 

June 29

Ka Paw Moo, 25, 358 Hillcrest Circle S., Clarks Grove. Count 1: Driving without a valid license for vehicle class or type. Fees $180.

 

The Tribune publishes all convictions where the financial obligation to the court is $180 or greater, or resulted in jail time, probation or community service.

 

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