Caleb Timothy Lund, 29, of rural Detroit Lakes, has been sentenced in Becker County District Court for felony fifth-degree controlled substance crime.
According to court records, at 2 p.m. Sept. 4, the silver 2008 Chevy Impala Lund was driving was pulled over by a sheriff’s officer for speeding and driving in the middle of the road on 305th Avenue near 170th Street. The arresting officer was notified that Lund was believed to be involved in drug sales and that he was known to carry a gun.
Lund told the officer his Impala can hit 160 mph and if he had drugs or a firearm “they wouldn’t be having this conversation,” according to the criminal complaint.
He gave permission to search the vehicle, and the officer found a small plastic bag containing about two-thirds of a gram of meth in a red box under the center console, along with several glass smoking devices.
There was also a switch on the driver’s side that activated flashing red and blue LED lights in the dash, with four additional LED lights in the grill of the car.
Lund appeared in court Jan. 6 before District Judge Peter Irvine, who sentenced him to 21 months in prison at St. Cloud, to be served concurrently with another case, and ordered him to pay $215 in court fees.
A misdemeanor driving after his license was revoked was dropped in a plea agreement.
Lund was also convicted of felony fifth-degree controlled substance crime in 2018.
Man sentenced for felony threats of violence
Justin Lee Brown, 45, of Mahnomen, has been sentenced in Becker County District Court for felony threats of violence.
According to court records, on Nov. 30, 2018, he was at a residence on County Road 133 in White Earth when he got into a verbal altercation, telling people there that he “had a loaded gun for all of them,” and also saying he would “shoot you f------.” He continued to yell and threaten to shoot one of the people there, according to the criminal complaint.
He appeared in court Jan. 3 before District Judge Gretchen Thilmony, who stayed imposition of sentence for five years.
Brown was ordered to serve 18 days in jail, with credit for 18 days served, and must pay a $1,000 fine and $1,165 in court fees.
He was ordered to successfully complete chemical dependency treatment, including aftercare. He was placed on supervised probation for five years.
Audubon woman sentenced for domestic assault
Katrina Starr Hanson, 18, of Audubon has been sentenced in Becker County District Court for misdemeanor domestic assault.
A felony charge of second-degree assault and a second misdemeanor domestic assault charge were dismissed in a plea agreement.
According to court records, on July 14 deputies were called to her residence after her husband told her he wanted to end the marriage. She responded with a suicidal comment. When he did not respond as she wanted, she got angry and started hitting him on the head and back with keys on a lanyard, cutting his head.
He went to the kitchen and she followed and threw a chair at him, causing a scrape. She grabbed a long serrated knife, held it at her side with the blade out, and asked him “how would a knife feel?”
According to court records, she pursued him down a hallway to a bedroom. He locked himself in a bathroom and she threatened to break down the door. She denied in any way threatening or assaulting him.
On Jan. 10 Hanson was sentenced by District Judge Jay Carlson, who stayed adjudication and continued the case.
She was ordered to serve 90 days in jail, with credit for three days served. She was fined $300 plus $300 in court fees and placed on supervised probation for two years. Hanson was ordered to continue domestic abuse counseling and not engage in any assaultive or abusive behavior.
DL woman charged with being a fugitive from justice
Chelsea Rose Ann Shore, 21, of rural Detroit Lakes, has been charged with being a fugitive from justice from another state, a felony.
According to court records, on Jan. 3 a warrant was issued for her in Cass County, N.D., for felony theft and misdemeanor theft.
On Dec. 30 she was arrested in Detroit Lakes and was found to have $66 in stolen items from Walmart in her possession at the time.
On Jan. 6 she was sentenced for misdemeanor theft by District Judge Peter Irvine, who ordered her to serve 30 days in jail, with credit for four days served. She was fined $300 plus $390 in court fees and placed on unsupervised probation for one year.