Court information: Former Detroit Lakes man sentenced for meth, assaulting peace officer
According to court records, a Detroit Lakes police officer learned on January 10 that Holt was working at the Lakeside Tavern and knew he was being wanted on an arrest warrant. The officer went to the back door to speak to Holt, who denied the warrant and pedaled back into the building, where he tried to slam a bathroom door for the officer.
The officer’s foot prevented the door from closing, and Holt pounded the officer with both hands and an argument ensued. When it was over, the officer had a scraped shin, a cut, and a bleeding finger, and a badge and microphone ripped from his bulletproof vest.
Holt was searched and another officer noticed that one of his pockets was out of his pants. This official found a glass pipe and a small bag of 4.1 grams of meth in a 5-gallon bucket near the sink.
A small bag of 0.93 grams of meth was later found in Holt’s wallet that had been left at the bar.
In another case, Holt was also convicted of a fifth-degree crime of controlled substance crime. According to court records, on March 8, two Detroit Lakes police officers saw Holt in a Detroit Lakes store and learned that he was wanted on an arrest warrant. When an officer came up to him, he ran, but eventually stopped and was arrested. A search at Becker County Jail found 3.4 grams of meth hidden in his sock.
On March 10, District Judge Jay Carlson sentenced Holt to one year and five years in prison for drug crimes.
He was ordered to serve 12 days in prison with credit for 12 days in prison and paid court fees of US $ 650. He was put on supervised trial for five years.
A gross felony charge of bringing contraband to prison and a felony charge of escaping on foot from a peace officer were dropped in an appeal agreement.
On the fourth degree charge of assault, Holt was sentenced to one year in prison, all but 22 days remaining for two years and the credit for 22 days. Holt was fined $ 500 plus $ 650 in court fees. He was directed to conduct a chemical dependence assessment and follow recommendations, including follow-up care. He was paroled unsupervised for two years.
A fifth-degree controlled substance crime charge and a gross misconduct that obstructed legal process were dropped in an objection agreement.
Kiss from meth? Wife caught with bag of drugs after husband gives it to her in a kiss
Teri Lynn Darby Burd, 47, of Tracy, Minnesota, was convicted in the Becker District Court of a fifth degree of controlled substance crime.
According to court records, on December 10, she was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped by a proxy on Highway 10 near McHugh Road because of a non-working headlight. Her husband, who was driving, was arrested on an arrest warrant and before he was taken away he said goodbye and shoved a microbaggie of 2.57 grams of meth into her mouth while kissing her.
She appeared to be under the influence and unable to legally drive, and officers noticed something was in her mouth when they spoke to her about finding a ride home. After repeated requests, she finally opened her mouth and gave up the meth, according to the criminal complaint.
On March 10, District Judge Jay Carlson stayed with the verdict and continued the case.
Burd was ordered to serve four days in prison, with four days being credited. She was fined $ 500 and court fees of $ 575.
She must receive a diagnostic assessment and chemical dependence assessment and follow recommendations, including follow-up care. She was put on supervised trial for five years.
Naytahwaush’s wife convicted of meth after room motel search
Teisha Lynn Bigeagle, 31, of Naytahwaush, was convicted of the fifth degree of controlled substance crime in Becker District Court.
According to court records, agents with the West Central Minnesota Task Force on Drug and Violent Crimes issued a search warrant on August 12, 2020 in a Detroit Lakes motel room. Bigeagle was in the room and her bag contained two sachets, one with 1.6 g meth and one with 6.6 g meth.
She was previously convicted of a fifth degree crime of substance abuse in 2015.
On March 10, District Judge Jay Carlson sentenced her to one year and one day in Shakopee prison and stayed for five years.
Bigeagle was ordered to serve 32 days in prison, with 32 days credit. She was ordered to pay $ 1,150 in court fees, receive a chemical addiction rating, and follow recommendations including follow-up care. She was put on supervised trial for five years.
Checks stolen in Detroit Lakes lead to forgery judgments
Avery Darlene Judd, 21, from St. Cloud, was convicted in the Becker District Court for falsifying criminal offenses.
According to court records, on November 29, 2018, she wrote a check for $ 400 on a Jamestown, ND man’s checkbook that was removed from a stolen car in Detroit Lakes.
Judd’s bank account had a deposit of $ 400 and cell phone records showed she was in Detroit Lakes on November 29th.
On March 9, District Judge Gretchen Thilmony resumed ruling on the verdict and continued the case.
Judd was ordered to serve 30 days in prison with five days being credited. She can use the rest of her time for electronic house surveillance at her own expense. She was sentenced to a fine of $ 500, court fees of $ 575, and a refund of $ 2,435.
She was put on supervised trial for five years.