Records for Aug. 19
This is the records summary for Aug. 19.
WILLMAR — A vehicle was found with slashed tires around 12:30 p.m. Sunday on the 700 block of 14th Street Southwest in Willmar, it was reported Monday to police.
WILLMAR — Francisco Eliserio, 47, of Willmar, was convicted of felony fifth-degree drug possession stemming from an incident in June and received a stayed prison sentence Monday.
Eliserio was sentenced Monday to 17 months in prison, which was stayed for five years.
He was ordered to serve five years of probation and ordered to complete a chemical assessment, follow recommendations of the evaluation and not use or possess alcohol or drugs.
According to court documents, CEE-VI Drug Task Force agents and other law enforcement officers served a warrant on a home in northwest Willmar when they located packages of meth and morphine and drug paraphernalia.
They found Eliserio, 34-year-old Kristi Louise Giese and a 15-year-old girl at the home.
Eliserio and Giese both faced three felony charges of drug possession and storing meth paraphernalia in the presence of a child.
Both pleaded guilty to one charge of felony fifth-degree drug possession in July.
Giese will have her sentencing hearing Friday.
Eliserio was also sentenced to 185 days in the Kandiyohi County Jail with credit for 40 days served. The other two felony charges were dismissed.
WILLMAR — Rodolfo Turrubiates, 37, of Willmar, appeared Monday on charges of felony domestic assault by strangulation and misdemeanor domestic assault.
According to the complaint, Willmar police were called Aug. 2 to the Lakeview Inn in Willmar on a report of domestic violence.
Officers found Turrubiates and a woman with scratches on her face and chest.
The woman reported that Turrubiates shoved her, kicked her in the face, choked and scratched her, the complaint states.
Turrubiates’ next appearance is scheduled in November.
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