Clark Baker, 43, of Fort Totten, was sentenced to serve two years at the Department of Corrections after pleading guilty to burglary.

Cases in Ramsey County District Court this week:

Clark Baker, 43, of Fort Totten, was sentenced to serve two years at the Department of Corrections after pleading guilty to burglary.

Baker faced the burglary charge after he was arrested for stealing tires and rims from two separate locations over a period of about a week. Baker stole a total of 14 tires from Dan’s Auto on Nov. 7 and Nov. 9 of last year.

The value of the tires was determined to be $2,000.

On Nov. 15, Baker stole eight rims valued at $1,000 from Exhaust Pros.

Baker has an extensive rap sheet dating back to 1998, including convictions for felony theft, conspiracy to commit theft and misdemeanor assault.

Judge Donovan Foughty offered advice and expressed frustration to Baker during the hearing, during which it was revealed that Baker has a son in the Marines and is a certified welder.

“What’s the picture you’re seeing?” Foughty asked Baker. “I see a tragedy.”

In addition to his prison sentence, Baker is responsible for $3,700 in restitution.

Jace Baker, 19, faces a warrant for his arrest after failing to appear on felony unauthorized use and misdemeanor DUI charges.

Baker was arrested in January on both charges. An additional felony for failing to appear will be added to the list of charges and considered at a hearing after Baker is either captured or turns himself in.

Tracy Lynn St. John of Devils Lake appeared in court to determine the amount of restitution owed to Holiday Gas Station after she pleaded guilty  in February to stealing as much as $7,200 over a period of eight months while she was employed there.

St. John was reportedly caught on surveillance video over a one-month period of voiding cash vouchers and pocketing the money. It was estimated that St. John made off with between $3,840 and $7,200 while during her period of employment.

Foughty ordered St. John to pay a total of $4,000 over the next two years. She is on supervised probation.

Brett Leben of Devils Lake faces four class A felonies for allegedly selling meth to an informant on four separate occasions in January.

Each felony carries with it a maximum sentence of 20 years in the DOCR. Leben did not enter a plea, and his next hearing is set for May 25.