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Willmar Minnesota 2208 Trott Ave. SW / P.O. Box 839 56201

This is the records summary for Aug. 30.

Theft

WILLMAR -- The theft of sunglasses and checks from a vehicle was reported around 6:40 p.m. Tuesday along the 1300 block of 12th Street Southeast.

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NEW LONDON -- The theft of money was reported around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday along Glen Oaks Drive.

ATWATER -- The theft of a black and green Kawasaki dirt bike was reported around 8 a.m. Wednesday along Pacific Avenue West.

Property damage

WILLMAR -- Damage to a store window was reported around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday along the 200 block of Fifth Street Southwest.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

n David Joseph Revermann, 43, of Willmar, was sentenced Wednesday to 42 months in prison, which was stayed, a five-year conditional release period, seven years of probation and 330 days in jail on a felony charge of driving while impaired for driving drunk May 1 in Willmar.

Revermann was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine, follow the recommendations of a chemical use assessment, not use or possess alcohol, submit to electronic alcohol monitoring and attend a MADD impact panel. He was ordered to serve 120 days in jail, with credit for 120 days already served, with the remainder of the jail time staggered over the next four years. If Revermann is compliant with probation, the additional jail time may be waived.

As part of a plea agreement, another felony for driving while impaired, plus a gross misdemeanor charge of driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety were dismissed.

The charges were filed after a Willmar police officer on patrol in the area of Julii Street and Minnesota Avenue Southeast noticed a vehicle in the parking lot nearby. The officer knew from prior experience that the lot is popular for "parking."

The officer pulled behind the vehicle and activated the squad car lights.

The man, in the driver's seat of the vehicle, was identified as Revermann. The female passenger of the vehicle told the officer that Revermann had driven them to the lot.

Revermann admitted to drinking and exhibited signs of alcohol consumption. He failed a field sobriety test and was taken into custody. A breath test at the Law Enforcement Center showed a blood alcohol level of 0.20. The legal limit for driving is 0.08.

n Jesse Allen Maag, 17, of Willmar, pleaded guilty Wednesday to a felony charge of terroristic threats for a Aug. 21 incident in Willmar.

As part of a plea agreement, a misdemeanor charge of fifth-degree assault against Maag will be dismissed. His juvenile disposition hearing is Oct. 8.

The charges were filed after Willmar Police were called around 3:30 p.m. Aug. 21 to a home in the northwest quadrant of the city regarding a man threatening himself and others with a knife. Others at the home reported that Maag had been confronted about smoking and other misconduct and that he'd gotten upset, broken items and then threatened himself and another person with a knife.

Several witnesses at the scene gave similar reports. Maag was interviewed and admitted to threatening the woman because she'd called 911 to alert law enforcement about the situation.

This is the records summary for Aug. 30.

Theft

WILLMAR -- The theft of sunglasses and checks from a vehicle was reported around 6:40 p.m. Tuesday along the 1300 block of 12th Street Southeast.

NEW LONDON -- The theft of money was reported around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday along Glen Oaks Drive.

ATWATER -- The theft of a black and green Kawasaki dirt bike was reported around 8 a.m. Wednesday along Pacific Avenue West.

Property damage

WILLMAR -- Damage to a store window was reported around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday along the 200 block of Fifth Street Southwest.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

- David Joseph Revermann, 43, of Willmar, was sentenced Wednesday to 42 months in prison, which was stayed, a five-year conditional release period, seven years of probation and 330 days in jail on a felony charge of driving while impaired for driving drunk May 1 in Willmar.

Revermann was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine, follow the recommendations of a chemical use assessment, not use or possess alcohol, submit to electronic alcohol monitoring and attend a MADD impact panel. He was ordered to serve 120 days in jail, with credit for 120 days already served, with the remainder of the jail time staggered over the next four years. If Revermann is compliant with probation, the additional jail time may be waived.

As part of a plea agreement, another felony for driving while impaired, plus a gross misdemeanor charge of driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety were dismissed.

The charges were filed after a Willmar police officer on patrol in the area of Julii Street and Minnesota Avenue Southeast noticed a vehicle in the parking lot nearby. The officer knew from prior experience that the lot is popular for "parking."

The officer pulled behind the vehicle and activated the squad car lights.

The man, in the driver's seat of the vehicle, was identified as Revermann. The female passenger of the vehicle told the officer that Revermann had driven them to the lot.

Revermann admitted to drinking and exhibited signs of alcohol consumption. He failed a field sobriety test and was taken into custody. A breath test at the Law Enforcement Center showed a blood alcohol level of 0.20. The legal limit for driving is 0.08.

- Jesse Allen Maag, 17, of Willmar, pleaded guilty Wednesday to a felony charge of terroristic threats for a Aug. 21 incident in Willmar.

As part of a plea agreement, a misdemeanor charge of fifth-degree assault against Maag will be dismissed. His juvenile disposition hearing is Oct. 8.

The charges were filed after Willmar Police were called around 3:30 p.m. Aug. 21 to a home in the northwest quadrant of the city regarding a man threatening himself and others with a knife. Others at the home reported that Maag had been confronted about smoking and other misconduct and that he'd gotten upset, broken items and then threatened himself and another person with a knife.

Several witnesses at the scene gave similar reports. Maag was interviewed and admitted to threatening the woman because she'd called 911 to alert law enforcement about the situation.

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