Dede Evavold violated her probation and an Harassment Restraining Order granted by a court in Dakota County to protect David Rucki and his family from Evavold’s continued harassment when Evavold appeared at a courthouse this morning, where she was arraigned on criminal charges of violating the same Harassment Restraining Order.
Evavold was scheduled to appear at the Dakota County Western Service Center in Apple Valley this morning at 9:00 AM, to be arraigned on three criminal counts of violating an Harassment Restraining Order (HRO) which was granted by a court in Dakota County in July.
Before her court hearing this morning, Evavold approached David Rucki in the hallway outside the courtroom and spoke to him.
Rucki did not respond to Evavold’s statements and walked into the courtroom.
The conditions of her probation and the HRO specifically prohibit Evavold from having any direct or indirect contact with David Rucki and other members of his family.
Law enforcement and court staff were notified of Evavold’s latest violation of her probation and HRO.
Evavold later pleaded not guilty at her arraignment and a pre-trial hearing was scheduled for January 9, 2018.
She is currently being charged with three misdemeanors and if convicted, Evavold could be sentenced up to 90 days in jail and/or a $1,000 fine on each charge. Continue reading