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Records for Dec. 27

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This is the records summary for Dec. 27.

Arrest

WILLMAR — A 40-year-old man was arrested on charges of driving while impaired and driving after cancellation around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday near the intersection of Litchfield Avenue and 10th Street Southwest.

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District Court

Kandiyohi County

* Pedro Guerrero, 35, of Willmar, made his first appearance Monday on felony charges of second-degree assault and terroristic threats, plus a misdemeanor charge of domestic assault, for a Friday domestic incident in Willmar.

Unconditional bail was set at $20,000. His next appearance is Feb. 25.

According to the complaint, Willmar police were called around 2 a.m. Friday to a home in the southwest quadrant of the city on a report that a man was threatening a woman with a knife.

The woman met officers and told them she had Guerrero had argued and that he had threatened her with a kitchen knife. She said she had called 911 after locking herself in a bathroom.

Guerrero told officers that they had argued and allegedly admitted he told the woman to stop yelling at him and that if she did not stop, he would cut her head off.

* Jeramiah Mark Sommers, 20, of New London, appeared Monday on a fifth-degree drug sale for allegedly selling marijuana to a CEE-VI Drug Task Force informant.

He was released on his personal recognizance. His next appearance is Jan. 28.

Sommers and Nevin Joseph Rogalski, 21, of New London, are both charged in the case. Rogalski’s next appearance is Jan. 17.

According to the complaint, the informant arranged to purchase 4.4 grams of marijuana for $60 from Rogalski on June 13 in the parking lot of the county office building in downtown Willmar. The informant told agents that Sommers handed him the marijuana and took the money, while Rogalski was inside the county building.

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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