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This is the records summary for April 28.

Property damage

KANDIYOHI -- Damage to a camper was reported around 3:50 p.m. Thursday along East Highway 12.

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WILLMAR -- Damage to a vehicle window was reported around 7:45 a.m. Friday along the 500 block of Third Street Southeast.

Theft

NEW LONDON -- The theft of televisions was reported around 6 p.m. Thursday along the 100 block of Fourth Avenue Southwest.

Burglary

BELGRADE -- A go-kart and tools were reported stolen around 5:40 a.m. Friday along the 27000 block of Highway 71 Northeast.

WILLMAR -- A home burglary and the theft of electronics was reported around 6:45 p.m. Thursday along the 400 block of 30th Street Northwest.

Dog bite

WILLMAR -- Police received a report that a person was bitten by a black pitbull around 9:30 a.m. Friday along the 1800 block of 19th Avenue Southwest.

Marriage licenses

Kandiyohi County

Scott Fredrick Hegstrom, Willmar; Nancy Elaine Elliott, Willmar

Levy David Walker, Willmar; Olga Cecilia Perez, Pennock

Nathan Dean Burgers, Willmar; Wendy Mae Benson, Willmar

Nicholas Lawrence Clasemann, Willmar; Caylee Mae Cash, Willmar

Nicholas Kurt Schneider, Willmar; Carissa Rae Holt, Willmar

Efrain Martinez Marquez, Willmar; Sarahi Amanda Alameda, Willmar

District Court

Kandiyohi County

n Jaime Araclito Zamarron Jr., 24, of Olivia, pleaded guilty Thursday to a third-degree drug sale charge for selling LSD to a confidential informant for the CEE-VI Drug Task Force.

As part of a plea agreement, two additional second-degree charges will be dismissed. He will be sentenced June 4.

The charges were filed after the informant purchased 15 hits of LSD on three separate days, Dec. 2, Dec. 15 and Dec. 16, 2011. The deals were completed in a parking lot along First Street South.

n Jeremy Chris Flickinger, 25, of Willmar, made his first appearance Thursday on a felony charge of receiving stolen property for stolen items found at his residence when a search warrant was served in April 2011.

Unconditional bail was set at $10,000. His next appearance is May 7.

Flickinger and Jonathan Adam Pawlowski, 24, of Randall, are both charged with receiving stolen property in the case. Flickinger's next appearance is May 21.

According to the complaint, the owners of a business along U.S. Highway 12 East reported in January 2011 that someone had burglarized their business and took jewelry, clothing, belt buckles and other items. In March 2011, police received a report from a Willmar business that someone had taken a large number of tools from a job site.

Finally, in April 2011, two citizens reported someone had burglarized their residence along North Shore Drive in Spicer.

Two items, a hammer drill from the job site and a camera from the Spicer residence, had been pawned by Pawlowski at a St. Cloud pawn shop.

A search warrant was served on Pawlowski's rural Spicer residence. Located in the home were jewelry, luggage and DVDs from the North Shore Drive residence, valued at $1,005, and a number of power and hand tools, identified as those taken from the job site, valued at more than $3,000.

Based on that search warrant and information from Pawlowski, officers also executed a search warrant on Flickinger's home in Spicer. They located a flat-screen television, DVD player, clothing, jewelry and other items from the North Shore Drive residence. The value of the items was estimated at $1,720.

Also located at Flickinger's residence were belt buckles, hats, rings and clothing from the Willmar business. The value of those items was estimated at $2,316.50.

n Elizabeth Joy Clark, 22, of Willmar, made her first appearance Thursday on felony charges of fifth-degree drug possession and for storing meth paraphernalia in the presence of a child.

Unconditional bail was set at $10,000. Her next appearance is May 7.

Clark also faces a gross misdemeanor charge of possessing a firearm as a controlled substance user, a misdemeanor charge of possessing a synthetic cannabinoid and a petty misdemeanor charge of possession drug paraphernalia.

Clark and Jesse Earl Delaney IV, 30, of Willmar, both face the same charges in the case. Delaney's next appearance is Tuesday.

According to the complaint, CEE-VI Drug Task Force and Willmar's Gang Task Force served a search warrant on a southwest Willmar apartment on April 5. They found Clark, Delaney and two others in the apartment, along with a shotgun hidden under a mattress where Clark and Delaney were located.

The search revealed more than 50 packets of synthetic marijuana, a plastic bag containing what appeared to be synthetic marijuana and other bags containing a green leafy substance. Also found were a small brown vial with a white powdery substance inside and several glass pipes for marijuana or meth. A pill bottle containing 17 Clonazapam pills was found in the kitchen.

Officers in the search also found a child's bedroom in the apartment. Clark allegedly told them that it was her child's room, but that the child hadn't stayed there since February.

When questioned, Clark claimed she owned the shotgun, but didn't know what gauge the gun was. She said she smokes the synthetic marijuana.

Delaney was questioned, and claimed no knowledge of the shotgun, even though it was under a thin mattress, in the spot where he was lying on the bed. He allegedly admitted to smoking meth and using marijuana, but had no explanation of the paraphernalia.

This is the records summary for April 28.

Property damage

KANDIYOHI -- Damage to a camper was reported around 3:50 p.m. Thursday along East Highway 12.

WILLMAR -- Damage to a vehicle window was reported around 7:45 a.m. Friday along the 500 block of Third Street Southeast.

Theft

NEW LONDON -- The theft of televisions was reported around 6 p.m. Thursday along the 100 block of Fourth Avenue Southwest.

Burglary

BELGRADE -- A go-kart and tools were reported stolen around 5:40 a.m. Friday along the 27000 block of Highway 71 Northeast.

WILLMAR -- A home burglary and the theft of electronics was reported around 6:45 p.m. Thursday along the 400 block of 30th Street Northwest.

Dog bite

WILLMAR -- Police received a report that a person was bitten by a black pitbull around 9:30 a.m. Friday along the 1800 block of 19th Avenue Southwest.

Marriage licenses

Kandiyohi County

Scott Fredrick Hegstrom, Willmar; Nancy Elaine Elliott, Willmar

Levy David Walker, Willmar; Olga Cecilia Perez, Pennock

Nathan Dean Burgers, Willmar; Wendy Mae Benson, Willmar

Nicholas Lawrence Clasemann, Willmar; Caylee Mae Cash, Willmar

Nicholas Kurt Schneider, Willmar; Carissa Rae Holt, Willmar

Efrain Martinez Marquez, Willmar; Sarahi Amanda Alameda, Willmar

District Court

Kandiyohi County

- Jaime Araclito Zamarron Jr., 24, of Olivia, pleaded guilty Thursday to a third-degree drug sale charge for selling LSD to a confidential informant for the CEE-VI Drug Task Force.

As part of a plea agreement, two additional second-degree charges will be dismissed. He will be sentenced June 4.

The charges were filed after the informant purchased 15 hits of LSD on three separate days, Dec. 2, Dec. 15 and Dec. 16, 2011. The deals were completed in a parking lot along First Street South.

- Jeremy Chris Flickinger, 25, of Willmar, made his first appearance Thursday on a felony charge of receiving stolen property for stolen items found at his residence when a search warrant was served in April 2011.

Unconditional bail was set at $10,000. His next appearance is May 7.

Flickinger and Jonathan Adam Pawlowski, 24, of Randall, are both charged with receiving stolen property in the case. Flickinger's next appearance is May 21.

According to the complaint, the owners of a business along U.S. Highway 12 East reported in January 2011 that someone had burglarized their business and took jewelry, clothing, belt buckles and other items. In March 2011, police received a report from a Willmar business that someone had taken a large number of tools from a job site.

Finally, in April 2011, two citizens reported someone had burglarized their residence along North Shore Drive in Spicer.

Two items, a hammer drill from the job site and a camera from the Spicer residence, had been pawned by Pawlowski at a St. Cloud pawn shop.

A search warrant was served on Pawlowski's rural Spicer residence. Located in the home were jewelry, luggage and DVDs from the North Shore Drive residence, valued at $1,005, and a number of power and hand tools, identified as those taken from the job site, valued at more than $3,000.

Based on that search warrant and information from Pawlowski, officers also executed a search warrant on Flickinger's home in Spicer. They located a flat-screen television, DVD player, clothing, jewelry and other items from the North Shore Drive residence. The value of the items was estimated at $1,720.

Also located at Flickinger's residence were belt buckles, hats, rings and clothing from the Willmar business. The value of those items was estimated at $2,316.50.

- Elizabeth Joy Clark, 22, of Willmar, made her first appearance Thursday on felony charges of fifth-degree drug possession and for storing meth paraphernalia in the presence of a child.

Unconditional bail was set at $10,000. Her next appearance is May 7.

Clark also faces a gross misdemeanor charge of possessing a firearm as a controlled substance user, a misdemeanor charge of possessing a synthetic cannabinoid and a petty misdemeanor charge of possession drug paraphernalia.

Clark and Jesse Earl Delaney IV, 30, of Willmar, both face the same charges in the case. Delaney's next appearance is Tuesday.

According to the complaint, CEE-VI Drug Task Force and Willmar's Gang Task Force served a search warrant on a southwest Willmar apartment on April 5. They found Clark, Delaney and two others in the apartment, along with a shotgun hidden under a mattress where Clark and Delaney were located.

The search revealed more than 50 packets of synthetic marijuana, a plastic bag containing what appeared to be synthetic marijuana and other bags containing a green leafy substance. Also found were a small brown vial with a white powdery substance inside and several glass pipes for marijuana or meth. A pill bottle containing 17 Clonazapam pills was found in the kitchen.

Officers in the search also found a child's bedroom in the apartment. Clark allegedly told them that it was her child's room, but that the child hadn't stayed there since February.

When questioned, Clark claimed she owned the shotgun, but didn't know what gauge the gun was. She said she smokes the synthetic marijuana.

Delaney was questioned, and claimed no knowledge of the shotgun, even though it was under a thin mattress, in the spot where he was lying on the bed. He allegedly admitted to smoking meth and using marijuana, but had no explanation of the paraphernalia.

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