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This is the records summary for July 31.

Dog bite

SPICER — A citizen reported being bit by their neighbor’s dog around 7 a.m. Tuesday along the 4200 block of 114th Avenue Northeast.

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District Court

Kandiyohi County

n Erasmo Espirdian Ozornia, 32, of Willmar, pleaded guilty and was sentenced Monday on a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct.

He was ordered to serve 90 days in jail, with 61 days stayed and credit for 29 days already served, and ordered to pay a $100 fine and to serve one year of probation.

As part of a plea agreement, a felony charge of third-degree assault and a gross misdemeanor charge of fifth-degree assault were dismissed.

The charges were filed after Willmar police were called around 11:15 p.m. Jan. 5, 2012, to the Green Mill on an assault. The officers located a man who said he had been hit in the head and knocked unconscious by someone. He said he did not see who hit him and several witnesses refused to talk to the police. The man was taken to the emergency room at Rice Memorial Hospital for treatment of his injuries.

Subsequent interviews with witnesses revealed that one of the people who was with the victim could identify the alleged assailant. The woman picked Ozornia from a photo lineup. Two other witnesses said they saw Ozornia at the bar that night.

A report from the hospital included that the man suffered facial contusions and facial fractures from the assault.

n Selvin Eliazar Arevalo-Lopez, 32, was sentenced Monday to one year and one day in prison, which was stayed, 129 days in jail, five years of probation and a $1,000 fine on a second-degree riot charge for his role in a stabbing incident in March that began as a fight over a soccer match.

Arevalo-Lopez was given credit for 129 days already served in jail and was ordered to pay restitution and cooperate with agents from the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

As part of a plea agreement, another felony for second-degree assault was dismissed.  

Arevalo-Lopez was one of four men charged in the incident. Darril Adali Guerrero-Amaya, 20, of Willmar, has been sentenced to one year and one day in prison, which was stayed, 90 days in jail, five years of probation and a $500 fine on a second-degree riot charge. Juan Carlos Bueso-Dejesus, 32, is scheduled to appear next on Aug. 5.

 The fourth man, Jonathan Ariel Pineda-Amaya, 22, faces another felony charge of terroristic threats and is scheduled to be in court on Aug. 15.

The two men injured in the incident were taken to Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar and treated for stab wounds. One of the men was stabbed in the upper back and the other had multiple stab wounds to his face, arms and chest.

According to the complaints, Willmar police were called around 12:40 a.m. March 22 to a fight at the Caribbean Club, along Business 71 in Willmar. The responding officers kept the group of people from fighting and determined that no one involved wanted to press charges.

The same officers were in the Willow Run Apartment area just after 1 a.m. March 23 when a fight was reported in the parking lot of one of the buildings in the complex in the 400 block of 15th Avenue Southwest in Willmar. They quickly located the four men. Three knives were located with the men.

The officers interviewed witnesses who said the victim who suffered the multiple stab wounds had had an altercation with one of the men over the Honduras-Mexico soccer match. They reported they were taking the man who was stabbed to get stitches when the four men ambushed them with knives as they exited the building. The second victim was stabbed in the back during the “ambush.” A woman told police that Pineda-Amaya had also threatened the second victim, who identified Pineda-Amaya as his assailant.

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