Bryan Mark Ternus, 28, of Perham, was sentenced in county court on Oct. 25 after a felony violation of a no-contact order.

This was in violation within 10 years of more than one convictions.

Local confinement is 90 days with credit for time already served. A sentence of 18 months in the state correctional facility in St. Cloud is stayed for five years, depending on good behavior.

Chemical dependency evaluation and treatment was ordered by the judge, as well as anger management assessment.

He was ordered by the judge to fully cooperate with his probation agent for searches of his residence, vehicle, workplace and property as directed by the probation agent.

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Pelican Rapids resident sentenced for burglary

Jess Lane Peasley, 56, of Pelican Rapids, was sentenced Oct. 21 in county court after a felony conviction of burglary in the first degree.

She was ordered to report to the county jail by Nov. 11 and will serve six months, with credit for time served amounting to five days. Work release was recommended by the judge.

A sentence of 20 months at the correctional facility in St. Cloud was stayed for 20 years, dependent on good behavior.

The case dates back to July 7, 2018, with a guilty plea given on July 1, 2019.

Felony fines, the responsibility of Peasley total $1,000. Also ordered was full cooperation with Peasley’s probation agent for searches of the residence, vehicle, workplace and property as directed by the probation agent.

Rothsay man sentenced on stolen property charges

Ian V. Boyce, 27, of Rothsay, was sentenced Oct. 29 in county court, Fergus Falls, after a felony conviction of receiving stolen property.

Local confinement in the county jail is 30 days, with credit for time already served, and there will be five years of adult supervised probation. The judge also ordered him to pay restitution.

The original case dates back to May 19, 2018, and there was an amended plea on Aug. 22, 2018.

Boyce was ordered not to use or possess firearms, ammunition of explosives. The judge also ordered him to fully cooperate with his probation agent for searches of his residence, vehicle, workplace and property as directed by the probation agent.

He is responsible for paying $135 is court fees.