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This is the records summary for June 26.

Forgery

RAYMOND -- Forged documents were reported around 12:30 p.m. Monday along the 7400 block of State Highway 23.

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Property damage

WILLMAR -- Damage to windows, holes from BB-gun pellets, was reported around 10:30 a.m. Monday along the 900 block of Second Street Southwest.

WILLMAR -- Damage to a window was reported around 8 a.m. Monday along the 2100 block of 60th Avenue Northeast.

Theft

WILLMAR -- The theft of a 2001 Chevy Express van, plate number YBE1272, was reported around 8:40 a.m. Monday at Bernick's Pepsi, 2400 19th Avenue Southwest. The white van has "New England Coffee" logos on the exterior.

WILLMAR - The theft of items from a vehicle was reported around 8:20 a.m. Monday along the 300 block of Eighth Street Southwest.

WILLMAR -- The theft of a wallet and contents was reported around 7:25 p.m. Sunday at Taunton Stadium, 1225 22nd St. S.W.

WILLMAR -- The theft of a digital music player was reported around 7:15 p.m. Sunday along the 500 block of Litchfield Avenue Southeast.

SPICER -- The theft of a marine gas tank was reported around 2 p.m. Sunday along the 4200 block of 132nd Avenue Southeast.

LAKE LILLIAN -- The theft of items from a boat was reported around 6:30 p.m. Sunday along the 9100 block of 123rd Avenue Southeast.

Burglary

PRINSBURG -- A burglary was reported around 10:40 p.m. Sunday along Kandiyohi Avenue.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

n Jorge Luis Solis Jr., 31, of Willmar, made his first appearance Monday on a felony charge of motor vehicle theft for allegedly stealing a vehicle in December.

Unconditional bail was set at $5,000. His next appearance is Aug. 22.

According to the complaint, a woman reported to Willmar police on Dec. 16 that Solis had taken her vehicle without permission after they had a fight. She suspected Solis would go to Granite Falls with the 2001 Chevy Impala. The Yellow Medicine County Sheriff's Office found the vehicle in a ditch. It had been set on fire and was completely burned.

n Mark James Wilson, 32, of Hawick, made his first appearance Monday on a felony charge of stalking for allegedly repeatedly calling a county probation officer.

Unconditional bail was set at $50,000. His next appearance is July 9.

According to the complaint, beginning in January 2011, a Kandiyohi County Corrections agent reported to the Sheriff's Office that Wilson was calling her and speaking of random topics and leaving messages and rants with similar content on her voicemail. Wilson had been on probation and the agent had been assigned to monitor him, but he had been finished with his probationary period for some time.

After a series of calls in January, Wilson was advised by a deputy to stop the calls unless he had a specific reason to contact the probation agent. However, he allegedly sent emails in April and in September, repeatedly called the agent and the corrections reception desk asking for the agent's home address and talking about visiting her at home. After the receptionist hung up on him, he allegedly called back three times, leaving messages on voicemail about visiting the agent.

Wilson had a prior conviction for violating an order for protection in November 2005 in Hennepin County.

Marriage licenses

Kandiyohi County

Edward Thomas Dozois Jr., Minneapolis; Rebbecca Ann Moen, Minneapolis

Mitchell Wayne Slagter, Lake Lillian; Debra Lynn Warren, Fergus Falls

Jonathan Bruce Barber, Belgrade; Kayla Lynn Keller, Belgrade

Eseteban Eduardo Ibarra Jimenez, Litchfield; Ramona Feliza Franco, Litchfield

Adam Scott Luberts, Willmar; Jennifer Lynn Grunwald, Willmar

Chad John Taatjes, Raymond; Lora Lee Kosmalski, Kerkhoven

Nicholas Arend Brouwer, Clara City; Stephanie Ann Bulthuis, Renville

Peter Leroy Schreiner, Willmar; Jewels Deva Hennessey, Willmar

Douglas Tipton Moulton, Willmar; Valerie Julia Prekker, Willmar

Matthew Dale Fester, Atwater; Natasha Mae Adkins, Atwater

Anthony Dean Rupp, New London; Jalanny Jo Vikse, Spicer

The West Central Tribune publishes Records and Convictions as part of its obligation to inform readers about the business of public institutions and to serve as a keeper of the local historical record.

All items are taken from public documents at county courthouses and from law enforcement agencies.

It is the Tribune's policy that this column contain a complete record. Requests for items to be withheld will not be granted.

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