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This is the records summary for Oct. 27, 2012.

Trio steals puppy from pet store

WILLMAR -- A trio of individuals is suspected of making off with a puppy Thursday evening from the Bluebird Pet Store in Willmar.

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A man and two women arrived at the store around 6:30 p.m. Store employees told Willmar Police that the man kept a clerk busy while the two women went over to the area where the dogs were kept.

After they left, store workers found that a long-haired tan puppy was missing. The dog is a cavachon, a cross between a Cavalier King Charles spaniel and a bichon frise.

The three suspects were described as Hispanic-looking. They were believed to have driven off with the dog after leaving the store but no one was able to give a description of the vehicle.

Marriage licenses

Kandiyohi County

Michael Anthony Amor, Willmar, and Amelia Isabel Morales, Willmar.

Jose Ferdinando Guerrero Tejeda, Willmar, and Maria de Lourdes Raquel Molina Torres, Willmar.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

n Juan Pablo Guzman Rodriguez, 32, of Willmar, made his first appearance Friday on an aggravated forgery charge for two false names.

Unconditional bail was set at $20,000. His next appearance is Nov. 5.

According to the complaint, in July 2010, the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office received an anonymous letter containing documents including an expired driver's license for Alfredo Juarez Jr., a Honduran birth certificate for Guzman, a state identification card for Jeliot Quinones Romia with the same birth date as the Honduran birth certificate and a photo of Guzman.

The investigation showed that a prior investigation showed that Guzman had been employed a Jennie O Turkey Store under the Juarez name. Information from the Department of Vehicle Services connected the Romia name with the Juarez name and a DVS photo of Juarez matched Guzman's photo on a Honduran identification card.

Two women connected to Guzman were also interviewed. One said that he used the Juarez name and the other identified him as Juarez.

This is the records summary for Oct. 27, 2012.

Trio steals puppy from pet store

WILLMAR -- A trio of individuals is suspected of making off with a puppy Thursday evening from the Bluebird Pet Store in Willmar.

A man and two women arrived at the store around 6:30 p.m. Store employees told Willmar Police that the man kept a clerk busy while the two women went over to the area where the dogs were kept.

After they left, store workers found that a long-haired tan puppy was missing. The dog is a cavachon, a cross between a Cavalier King Charles spaniel and a bichon frise.

The three suspects were described as Hispanic-looking. They were believed to have driven off with the dog after leaving the store but no one was able to give a description of the vehicle.

Marriage licenses

Kandiyohi County

Michael Anthony Amor, Willmar, and Amelia Isabel Morales, Willmar.

Jose Ferdinando Guerrero Tejeda, Willmar, and Maria de Lourdes Raquel Molina Torres, Willmar.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

- Juan Pablo Guzman Rodriguez, 32, of Willmar, made his first appearance Friday on an aggravated forgery charge for two false names.

Unconditional bail was set at $20,000. His next appearance is Nov. 5.

According to the complaint, in July 2010, the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office received an anonymous letter containing documents including an expired driver's license for Alfredo Juarez Jr., a Honduran birth certificate for Guzman, a state identification card for Jeliot Quinones Romia with the same birth date as the Honduran birth certificate and a photo of Guzman.

The investigation showed that a prior investigation showed that Guzman had been employed a Jennie O Turkey Store under the Juarez name. Information from the Department of Vehicle Services connected the Romia name with the Juarez name and a DVS photo of Juarez matched Guzman's photo on a Honduran identification card.

Two women connected to Guzman were also interviewed. One said that he used the Juarez name and the other identified him as Juarez.

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