This is the records summary for Sept. 27.
NEW LONDON -- A counterfeit $20 bill was reported around 3:40 p.m. Tuesday along Ash Street Southeast.
Homecoming: Police get more toilet paper
WILLMAR -- Willmar police officers confiscated toilet paper and eggs from individuals in several vehicles stopped around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday along the 100 block of Litchfield Avenue Southwest. The vehicle occupants allegedly admitted to TP'ing and throwing eggs and were advised by the officer to go home for the night.
WILLMAR -- A 42-year-old man was arrested on charges of second-degree assault and domestic assault around 7 p.m. Tuesday after police officers were called to a domestic situation along the 600 block of Becker Avenue Southwest.
* Jeremiah James Schmeichel, 32, of Willmar, pleaded guilty Monday to a felony stalking charge.
As part of a plea agreement, a misdemeanor for disorderly conduct will be dismissed. He will be sentenced Nov. 15.
The charges were filed after Kandiyohi County sheriff's deputies were called Jan. 20 to Lakeview Drive in Spicer. A woman there reported that Schmeichel had been watching her and that he had quickly approached a vehicle she was in and confronted a man she was with, trying to fight with the man.
The woman told a deputy that she had told Schmeichel to leave her alone, but that in the past two weeks, he had invited her to an event and to help put up curtains in his apartment and had given her a Christmas present.
According to a psychologist's report in the court file, Schmeichel has a long history of mental illness and was in the Woodland Center crisis center before he signed himself out.
Schmeichel has a prior conviction for fifth-degree assault in October 2007 in Lyon County.
* Zeppelin Michael Peterson, 21, of Willmar, was sentenced Tuesday to five years of probation, 90 days in jail, $100 in fines and $7,215.81 in restitution on pleaded guilty to one felony and one misdemeanor charge of property damage, plus two counts of misdemeanor fifth-degree assault for damaging property and threatening clients and staff at the boys' group home for Prairie Lakes Youth Programs and damaging property at Matthew House in Willmar.
As part of a plea agreement, another felony for property damage, for damaging furnishings at Rice Memorial Hospital, was dismissed.
According to the Prairies Lakes complaint, a Willmar police officer was called around 6:40 p.m. June 29 to the group home, along Lakeland Drive Northeast, on a report that someone was causing damage at the home. The officer arrived to find Peterson holding a rock over his head, attempting to smash a car window. He was taken into custody.
A staff member reported that Peterson had also broken several windows with rocks and landscaping bricks, thrown a shovel at a staff member and dented the door of a car with a shovel.
Peterson's other property damage charge was filed after June 23, when he damaged furnishings in the Rice Institute for Counseling and Education unit at Rice Hospital. Staff there had been working with Peterson, who had tipped over computer monitors, a television, tables and chairs and damaged a coffeemaker and bookcase.
The misdemeanor property damage charge was filed after officers were called to Matthew House, 619 Trott Avenue Southwest, regarding a suicidal man. They arrived to find Peterson outside of the home. Peterson entered the house and damaged items, including tipping over a freezer and breaking furniture and dishes.
Ismael Garcia, Willmar; Mary Ann Garcia, Willmar, July 2
Minerva del Carmen Martinez, Willmar; Celeo Rosales Argueta, Willmar, July 2
Shana Rae Shuck, Spicer; Craig Harvey Shuck, Sunburg, July 3
Marlen Ruby Martinez, Willmar; Eric Jimenez Del Carmen, Denison, Iowa, July 5
Araceli Martinez Moreno, Willmar; Juan Carlos Moreno, Pelican Rapids, July 5
Gary Michael Johnson, Willmar; Amanda Alice Johnson, Atwater, July 5
Susan Ann Anderson, Atwater; Todd Michael Anderson, Kandiyohi, July 13
Jose Antonio Diaz Arzate, Willmar; Maria Ester Diaz Valois, Willmar, July 19
Matthew Preston Albert, Willmar; Vanessa Ann Roggenbuck, Montevideo, July 19
Sara Lynn Bulthuis, Willmar; Jordan Ross Bulthuis, Willmar, July 24
Jeandrea Lynn Nordby, Willmar; Jesse Allen Nordby Jr., Benson, July 25
Maria del Carmen Cazares, Willmar; Refugio Cazares, Willmar, July 26
Thomas Wayne Andrews, Willmar; Becky Jo Andrews, Marion, Iowa, July 26
Laura Kay Hendricks, Atwater; Todd Jerome Hendricks, Osakis, July 26
Mark Allen Tanner, New London; Lisa Marie Tanner, New London, Aug. 6
Michelle Lynn Bonnema, Willmar; Aaron Duane Bonnema, Willmar, Aug. 8
Todd William Smith, Grove City; Rebecca Lynn Smith, Prinsburg, Aug. 20
Scott Michael Harlow, Spicer; Kari Lynn Harlow, Spicer, Aug. 20
Nathaniel Blair Willprecht, Murdock; Megan Justine Willprecht, Willmar, Aug. 20
Brenda Helen Knache, Atwater; David Carl Knacke, Atwater, Aug. 20
Denis Orlando Rivera, Willmar; Carmita Leticia Pacheco, Willmar, Aug. 23
Julio Verne Vera, Willmar; Alejandra Vera, Los Angeles, Calif., Aug. 23
Jo Ann Monson, Lake Lillian; Chad Lee Monson, Lake Lillian, Aug. 27
Julie Elaine Hillenbrand, Willmar; David Lee Hillenbrand, Willmar, Aug. 27
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