Archive for the ‘Carlton County Plea agreements in the news.’ Category

Helluva nice deal if you could get it….the plea agreements keep pouring out of Tom Pertler’s office.

Its sort of hard to believe that a criminal with such a violent criminal history could even be eligible for a plea bargain, no less one that drops the felony for a guilty plea on a frigging misdemeanor, but nothing really surprises me any longer.  The incompetence and indifference to the rule of law is astounding. […]

This, from the same crowd that preaches their incorrect interpretation of “Separation of church and state”? The hypocrisy is stunning.

Parents of these mind numbed robots in the school systems need to retract their heads from their least the ones that want their kids to learn something other than a liberal ideology.  On one hand, the leftists say there cannot be any religious symbols, statements, or theories, on the other, they allow not only public displays […]

Of course there was a plea agreement. Would you expect anything less from our County Attorney’s office? Don’t blame the LEO’S…they DO their job.

One essential question that isn’t answered is he a legal citizen, an anchor baby, or an illegal immigrant?  If he’s illegal, will he be deported once his bargained prison term is served?  Anyone?? ************************************************************************************************************************* Man sentenced in kidnapping of Barnum woman By Tom Olsen on Jul 25, 2016 at 10:00 p.m. A southwestern Minnesota man who admitted […]

Another lame Cartoon County plea agreement. What an embarrassment to the law enforcement community.

Deputy sentenced to probation in Carlton County K-9 abuse case By Tom Olsen on Feb 17, 2016 at 8:27 p.m. CARLTON — Longtime attorneys Thom Pertler and Kevin Short have handled high-profile cases involving cold-blooded murder, child abuse, sexual assault and other crimes that can only be described as heinous. On Wednesday, they could agree […]

Meanwhile, Tom Pertler insists public officials be held to a higher standard. Right. The judge doesn’t have to accept the plea but I’d bet a months salary she will. Good old boys club.

Deputy pleads guilty in Carlton County K-9 abuse case By Tom Olsen Today at 6:48 p.m. CARLTON — A Ramsey County sheriff’s deputy admitted Tuesday that he was “exceedingly drunk” when he was captured on video beating his K-9 partner at a training event in Carlton County last summer. Brett Arthur Berry, 48, pleaded guilty […]

And yet, another sweet plea agreement. You’d think Pertler gets paid by how many plea agreements he writes, wouldn’t you?

Barnum man convicted of killing family pets by throwing them outside on frigid night By Jamie Lund on Dec 18, 2015 at 4:31 p.m. A Barnum man was sentenced last month after being convicted of three felonies stemming from an incident in February in which he terrorized his family and killed several family pets. Tyrone […]

Another sweet plea deal. Cartoon county sure doesn’t spend much money on jury trials.

Man sentenced to 8 years in Cloquet stabbing By Tom Olsen on Dec 17, 2015 at 8:00 p.m. A Cloquet man has been sentenced to more than 8½ years in prison after admitting that he attacked a sleeping man with a knife. Daniel David Schafter, 29, pleaded guilty last month in State District Court in […]

How do you go from an attempted murder charge to assault? Ask our vodka soaked county ass in the courthouse.

Cloquet man pleads guilty to stabbing By News Tribune Today at 7:07 p.m. A Cloquet man has pleaded guilty to an assault charge after authorities said he attacked a sleeping man with a knife this summer. Daniel David Schafter, 29, accepted a plea agreement Monday in State District Court in Carlton, according to online records. […]

Do you suppose prosecutors and judges would jump on these plea deals if the dopers were ruining lives of their loved ones?

Cloquet woman sentenced to five years for meth By Jamie Lund on May 24, 2015 at 8:36 a.m. Dawn Marie Seaman, 45, was sentenced April 22 to the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Shakopee for 58 months for second-degree possession of methamphetamine. According to the criminal complaint, on Oct. 3, 2014, a Cloquet Police Department detective received a call […]

Another sweet plea agreement…at least there will be some mo’ scum, dope, and guns off the street..for awhile.

Cloquet felon sentenced to five years for possession of a firearm By Wendy Johnson Today at 6:18 a.m. A Cloquet man with previous felony convictions was sentenced in Carlton County Court last Wednesday for illegally possessing a firearm. Sidney Mathews-Bey (also known as Sidney Mathews), 47, was ordered by Judge Leslie Beiers to spend 60 months in prison, […]