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This is the records summary for Nov. 17.

Marriage licenses

Kandiyohi County

Terry Lee Melcher, Willmar; Mistie Dawn Chamberlain, Willmar

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District Court

Kandiyohi County

n A Willmar man will pay a fine and spend two years on probation as part of his sentence on a charge of making terroristic threats.

The sentencing took place Friday for Daniel Guevara, 53. Guevara pleaded guilty to the charge last month. As part of a plea agreement, five other charges -- two counts of assault, two counts of disorderly conduct and one count of criminal damage to property -- were dismissed.

Part of the sentence included 365 days in jail, of which 262 days were stayed for two years. With credit for time already served, Guevara completed the jail term by the time of his sentencing on Friday and was released.

Judge Donald Spilseth also ordered him to pay a $3,000 fine but stayed $2,000 of the amount for two years. Guevara may perform community service work to help pay off the remaining fine.

Guevara was arrested following an altercation on Aug. 15 on Benson Avenue in Willmar. According to court records, he threatened another man with a knife after they argued over who should pay to clean beer and orange juice that Guevara allegedly dumped onto the passenger floor of the man's car.

n A plea agreement was reached Friday for Bobby Joel Taylor, 28, of Belgrade, on drug charges stemming from his role in the sale of methamphetamine to a CEE-VI Drug Task Force informant this past summer.

As part of the agreement, Taylor will plead guilty to fourth-degree sale of a controlled substance and receive a middle-of-the-box sentence.

Charges in four other criminal cases against him, ranging from theft to forgery, will be dismissed. Sentencing has been set for Jan. 16.

This is the records summary for Nov. 17.

Marriage licenses

Kandiyohi County

Terry Lee Melcher, Willmar; Mistie Dawn Chamberlain, Willmar

District Court

Kandiyohi County

- A Willmar man will pay a fine and spend two years on probation as part of his sentence on a charge of making terroristic threats.

The sentencing took place Friday for Daniel Guevara, 53. Guevara pleaded guilty to the charge last month. As part of a plea agreement, five other charges -- two counts of assault, two counts of disorderly conduct and one count of criminal damage to property -- were dismissed.

Part of the sentence included 365 days in jail, of which 262 days were stayed for two years. With credit for time already served, Guevara completed the jail term by the time of his sentencing on Friday and was released.

Judge Donald Spilseth also ordered him to pay a $3,000 fine but stayed $2,000 of the amount for two years. Guevara may perform community service work to help pay off the remaining fine.

Guevara was arrested following an altercation on Aug. 15 on Benson Avenue in Willmar. According to court records, he threatened another man with a knife after they argued over who should pay to clean beer and orange juice that Guevara allegedly dumped onto the passenger floor of the man's car.

- A plea agreement was reached Friday for Bobby Joel Taylor, 28, of Belgrade, on drug charges stemming from his role in the sale of methamphetamine to a CEE-VI Drug Task Force informant this past summer.

As part of the agreement, Taylor will plead guilty to fourth-degree sale of a controlled substance and receive a middle-of-the-box sentence.

Charges in four other criminal cases against him, ranging from theft to forgery, will be dismissed. Sentencing has been set for Jan. 16.

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