Jacob Michael Holst, 25, of 1005 362nd Ave., Preston, guilty plea to operating under the influence, deferred judgment, $1,250 civil penalty and probation.

Dylan Claude Monroe, 25, of 110 S. Otto St., Maquoketa, guilty plea to second-offense operating while intoxicated, 180 days in jail (of which, 150 suspended), credit for time served, probation, $1,875, surcharges and probation; two charges of operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent, dismissed.

Gaige Obadiah Tague, 34, of 1502 13th Ave. S., Clinton, guilty plea to fifth-degree theft, $100 fine, costs, surcharges, victim restitution of $129 to Wal-Mart, three days in jail, credit for time served; charge of removal of a theft detection device under $200, dismissed.

Joshua Dale Wade, 42, of 308 S. Main St., Maquoketa, guilty plea to fifth-degree theft, one day in jail, credit for time served and surcharge.

Hannaha Marie Budde, 23, of 118 E. Main St., Springbrook, was charged with first-offense possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a prescription drug, and first-offense possession of a controlled substance, marijuana.

On Dec. 25 at 118 E. Main St., Springbrook, a search of Budde’s vehicle following a traffic stop led to the discovery of 1.2 grams of cocaine in a handbag with Budde’s identification, white pills in a diaper bag belonging to Budde, and 7.5 grams of marijuana, according to charging documents.

Tayler Marie Ehlinger, 18, of 208 S. Main St., Andrew, was charged with first-offense possession of a controlled substance, marijuana.

During a traffic stop Dec. 24 at 24668 Highway 62, an officer could smell marijuana coming from Ehlinger’s vehicle, according to charging documents. Ehlinger handed the officer the 0.04 grams of marijuana that was left.

Jeffery Lynn Henak, 37, of 816 Broad St., Sabula, was charged with first-offense domestic abuse assault.

On Dec. 25 at 816 Broad St., Sabula, Henak spit in the face of a victim and put another victim in a headlock, according to charging documents. Henak also punched walls and broke things in the house, according to a witness, and Henak had small cuts on his hand.

Larry O. Hicks, 36, of 1205-105 E. Platt St., Maquoketa, was charged with interference with official acts.

On Dec. 24 at 1205-105 E. Platt St., Maquoketa, Hicks threw a knife that an officer asked Hicks to retrieve and did not follow simple orders for safety, striking an officer’s hand away and resisting hand restraints, according to charging documents.

Hicks pleaded guilty to the charge and was fined $250 and surcharges.

Dylan David Rittmer, 26, of 908 Elk St., Sabula, was charged with second-offense operating under the influence.

According to charging documents, on Dec. 28 at 612 Elk St., Sabula, Rittmer was reportedly trying to drive a truck into the house. Rittmer was in a running vehicle that had hit a parked vehicle and ended up in the yard of 613 Elk St. Rittmer admitted to drinking 15 beers, said he had gone for a cruise, showed signs of intoxication, and tested above the legal limit, according to charging documents.

Blake Richard Rossmann, 25, of 700-60 Pershing Road, Maquoketa, was charged with first-offense possession of a controlled substance, cannabidiol, violation of a no-contact/protective order, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On Dec. 24, Rossmann was inside 700-60 Pershing Road, violating a protective order put in place in October, according to charging documents. Upon arrest, Rossmann had a marijuana smoking pipe in his possession, along with marijuana.

Carmen Mae Schilling, 41, of 24 Section Road, Miles, was charged with first-offense possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a prescription drug and possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine.

On Dec. 21 at 24 Section Road, Miles, a search warrant resulted in the discovery of 0.7 grams of methamphetamine, 2.6 grams of marijuana, pills that were not prescribed to Schilling, and drug paraphernalia, according to charging documents.

Julietta Marie Siehr, 34, of 205 Market St., Apt. 2, Bellevue, was charged with interference with official acts, first-offense domestic abuse assault causing injury or mental illness, and obstructing prosecution or defense.

On Dec. 25 at 205 Mark St., Bellevue, Siehr threw things at a victim, causing cuts on the victim’s arms, according to charging documents. When officers attempted to arrest Siehr, Siehr threw herself on the floor, kicking officers and screaming.

Eric Christopher Wilson, 18, of 605 W. Platt St., Maquoketa, was charged with first-offense domestic abuse assault.

On Dec. 24, Wilson punched a victim twice in the face with a closed fist at 3936 317th Ave., Maquoketa, according to charging documents.

Mackenzie David Bullock, 23, of 118 E. Main St., Springbrook, guilty plea to domestic abuse assault impeding air or blood flow, deferred judgment, probation, civil penalty of $625, surcharge; guilty plea to violation of a no-contact/protective order, seven days in jail.

Tammy Lou Clark, 43, of 302 First Ave. S., Oxford Junction, guilty plea to fifth-degree theft, $65 fine and surcharges.

Jason Carlyle Schulz, 36, of 801 S. Niagara St., Maquoketa, guilty plea to second-offense possession of a controlled substance, 365 days in jail (of which, 311 suspended), credit for time served, probation, $625 fine and surcharges (suspended), and probation.

Jace Louis Bronson, 28, of 4820 49th Ave., Baldwin, was charged with driving with a revoked or denied license and eluding at speeds more than 25 miles per hour over the speed limit.

Bronson was seen driving on U.S. Highway 64 on Dec. 29 while having a revoked license, according to charging documents. He fled officers at speeds 50 miles per hour above the posted speed limit, then ran from his vehicle into a wooded area.

Nathan James Carr, 27, of 108 W. Station St., Monmouth, was charged with first-offense possession of a controlled substance, marijuana.

On Jan. 3, Carr was stopped for not having taillights on the 300 block of North Walnut Street, Maquoketa. The vehicle smelled of marijuana, and a search revealed a small bag of marijuana, according to charging documents.

Heather Ann Ahrens, 29, of 303 S. Main St., Maquoketa, was charged with first-offense domestic abuse assault.

According to charging documents, on Jan. 1 at 303 S. Main St., Maquoketa, Ahrens hit a victim with a butane torch in an argument about a cell phone, injuring the victim’s head.

Zachary Cole Hill, 35, of 414 Sixth Ave., DeWitt, was charged with driving with a denied or revoked license.

On Jan. 3 at 200th Avenue and Highway 61, Maquoketa, Hill was stopped for speeding while having a revoked license.

James Elliot Meisland, 18, of 814 S. Fourth St., Maquoketa, was charged with first-offense possession of a controlled substance, marijuana.

On Jan. 1 on the 100 block of South Vermont Street, Meisland was inside a vehicle that was stopped for failing to dim its headlights. A smell of marijuana came from the vehicle. Inside Meisland’s coat pocket was 3.5 grams of marijuana, according to charging documents.

Michael Glenn Postell, 36, of 402 Winter St., Lost Nation, was charged with driving while barred.

On Dec. 30 at 200th Avenue and West Carlisle Street, Maquoketa, Postell was driving with a license that came back as barred. Postell showed the officer paperwork for a temporary restricted license but did not have an ignition interlock device on his vehicle as required, according to charging documents.

Christopher Melvin Reiff, 52, of 1533 N. Eighth St., Clinton, was charged with driving while barred and fifth-degree theft.

According to charging documents, on Jan. 5, Reiff pushed a cart of merchandise valued at $137.89 out the door at Wal-Mart. When stopped, the merchandise was in Reiff’s vehicle, with the Mountain Dew in the trunk. A records check showed that Reiff had a barred license.

Ruhny Sahle, 35, of 308 E. Platt St., Maquoketa, was charged with first-offense operating under the influence.

On Jan. 5 at Quarry and Main streets, Maquoketa, according to charging documents, Sahle was stopped for not having enough headlights. Sahle admitted to drinking before driving, showed signs of intoxication, failed field sobriety tests and tested above the legal limit.