Carrie Pernula was charged with stalking and disorderly conduct in Champlin Minnesota. The allegations are that she had send notes saying that she wanting to “taste” and “lick” her neighbors kids. She also sent magazine subscriptions stating “the children look delicious, May I have a taste?” and tasty children. The first note came to her neighbors on September 27, 2015. The families alerted the Champlin Police and were able to trace the magazine subscription back to Purnula. Purnula was then arrested and charged with stalking and disorderly conduct. Apparently Pernula was upset that the children were playing in her yard and leaving items on her property. Pernula also made a statement to the police admitting that she made threats to the children.
If you have been charged or arrested for disorderly conduct, do not make any statements and contact a criminal defense lawyer. Any statements made to police can be used against you and may be detrimental to the case. Disorderly conduct is a misdemeanor which means that Purnula could get up to 90 days in jail and/or a $1000 fine. You can be charged with disorderly conduct for causing someone else to be alarmed or resentful and by knowing or have reasonable grounds to know that the action would alarm another. The statute includes terminology such as “brawling or fighting”, “ disturbing an assembly or meeting in an unlawful way”, and “engaging in offensive, obscene, abusive, boisterous or noisy conduct, and engaging in obscene language.” Depending on your criminal history, it is possible to keep this from going on your record. Contact a St. Paul criminal defense attorney to discuss your options and to come up with a strategy on how to attack your case. It may be possible to get a continuance for dismissal or a stay of adjudication on a charge like this. Get an attorney to review that evidence and do not appear in court without a lawyer!
Sometimes the charges and allegations may be embarrassing, but the attorneys at Keller Law Offices will not judge you, they will defend you. The attorneys will explain the charges in a way that is easy to understand and will take the time listen. Max Keller is a St. Paul criminal defense attorney in Ramsey County, Minnesota. He has handled many disorderly conduct and stalking cases throughout Minnesota. Max Keller has received “not guilty” verdicts. Keller Law Offices has two Criminal attorneys who practice criminal law in St. Paul, Minnesota. Keller Law Offices also has an office near the St. Paul courthouse in Ramsey County. Keller Law Offices offers free consultations for individuals charged with crimes. A criminal attorney in St. Paul will be able to help you with your case and evaluate the evidence and come up with a strategy to defend you. Call 952-913-1421 today to save your freedom, your job, and your reputation. Visit the firm’s website at www.kellerlawoffices.com to view more information on misdemeanor charges.