Gross misdemeanor charges filed

Morrison County Attorney Brian Middendorf and his staff have filed gross misdemeanor complaints against the following people:

• Craig David Even, 33, Sauk Rapids — In connection with a Dec. 23, 2011 incident, Even has been charged with one count of theft by swindle.

• Levi Milo Hillyer, 23, Brainerd — In connection with a Jan. 11 incident, Hillyer has been charged with one count of third degree DWI – operating a motor vehicle  under the influence of alcohol and one count of third degree DWI – operating a motor vehicle with an alcohol concentration of .08 within two hours. • Tyrus Olaf Klemish, 37, Swanville — In connection with an April 20 incident, Klemish has been charged with one count of domestic assault – subsequent violation.

• Nathan Scott Miller, 41, St. Cloud — In connection with a Feb. 15 incident, Miller has been charged with one count of second degree DWI – operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol; one count of second degree DWI operating a vehicle with an  alcohol concentration of .08 or more within two hours and one count of open bottle.

• Angel Marie Caballero, 23, Little Falls — In connection with a Feb. 26 incident, Caballero has been charged with one count of liquor – purchased/sold/bartered/furnished/gave to under 21 years of age.

• Zachary Charles Garrison, 22, Little Falls — In connection with an April 30 incident, Garrison has been charged with one count of third degree DWI – operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol; one count of third degree DWI operating a vehicle with an  alcohol concentration of .08 or more within two hours and one driving after suspension.

• Gilbert Levi Phillips, 42, Little Falls —In connection with an April 26 incident, Phillips has been charged with driving after cancellation – inimical to public safety.

• Bradley Gordon Fallert, 28, Little Falls — In connection with an April 29, incident, Fallert has been charged with one count of third degree DWI – refusal to submit to chemical test; one count of third degree DWI – operating a motor vehicle with an alcohol concentration of .08 within two hours; one count of  driving license – driving after suspension; one count of drugs – possess/sale small amount of marijuana – no remuneration; and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia – use or possession prohibited.

If found guilty, those charged face a maximum penalty of one year in jail and/or a $3,000 fine.

The court will set their appearance dates.

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