Records, Aug. 15
WILLMAR -- An assault with a knife was reported around 10:40 p.m. Thursday. Security officers at Rice Memorial Hospital called police after an 18-year-old male came to the emergency room for treatment of stab wounds and claimed he was "jumped" by several individuals at Regency Estates West, 401 30th St. N.W.
WILLMAR -- Damage to a vehicle and the theft of a spare tire was reported around 4 p.m. Thursday at the Holiday Inn and Conference Center, 2100 U.S. Highway 12 E. The caller reported that someone had clipped the cables that held the spare tire in place and taken the tire.
NEW LONDON -- The theft of a mailbox was reported around 8:20 a.m. Friday along the 4400 block of 189th Avenue Northwest.
WILLMAR -- A 17-year-old female was cited for shoplifting and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia around 5 p.m. Wednesday at Cub Foods, 2201 First St. S.
- Carlos Al Barrientos Quintana, 29, of Minneapolis, made his first appearance Thursday on a felony charge of perjury for falsely testifying in Kandiyohi County District Court.
He was released on his personal recognizance. His next court appearance is scheduled for Oct. 14.
During a July 16 court hearing regarding a gross misdemeanor charge of financial transaction card fraud against him, Quintana allegedly provided contradictory evidence to that given in an earlier affidavit. He identified a man seen in a surveillance video as a relative in a May 12 affidavit and as someone else at the July hearing.
- Ann Martha Zilch-Koch, 46, of Spicer, was ordered Friday to serve 12 months in prison on a felony charge of financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult.
The prison sentence was executed at Zilch-Koch's request, in which she asked to stay at the Minnesota Corrections Facility at Shakopee, because she would likely fail to meet the expectations of being on probation.
Zilch-Koch was originally sentenced to 12 months of stayed prison time in February 2007 on the charge, plus 10 years of probation. According to court documents, the financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult charge was based on Zilch-Koch's theft of $40,000 to $45,000 from her mother. Zilch-Koch held power of attorney for her mother, who resides in a local nursing home. The investigation began in October 2005 after the woman had an unpaid bill of more than $16,000 to the nursing home and $1,900 in pharmacy bills for her medications. Meanwhile, the woman's accounts were left with less than $800. Zilch-Koch later told authorities she had paid herself $10,000 from her mother's accounts because her sibling had received $10,000 and that she spent between $40 and $100 per night playing pull tab lottery tickets.
Levi Wallace Hood, Belgrade; Angela Christine Smith, Belgrade
Ross Allen Rooda, Willmar; Jenna Marie Savoie, Willmar
Randolph Steven Knutson, Willmar; Jill Marie Reigstad, Willmar
Bruce Edward Deadrick, Willmar; Laurie Ann Denning, Willmar
Isaac William Johnson, Kerkhoven; Sara Dee Swanson, Kerkhoven
Robert Samuel Fisher, Raleigh, N.C.; Jamie Jacee Jones, Raleigh, N.C.
Edward Richard Wog, Willmar; Regina Lee Davis, Willmar
Paul Michael Woltjer, Pennock; Rebecca Susan Hahn, Pennock
Ernesto Ramirez, Willmar; Ashley Marie Jahnke, Willmar
Mitch Randall Grussing, Maynard; Brittany Lee Terwisscha, Clara City
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