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This is the records summary for July 26.


WILLMAR — A bus parked in a lot in the 1400 block of South First Street was vandalized with white spray paint. The incident was reported Wednesday afternoon to Willmar Police.

The hatches of the bus also had been opened but nothing appeared to be missing. An empty fire extinguisher was found on the ground nearby as well.

District court

Kandiyohi County

- James Cheyenne Lussier, 39, was arraigned Thursday on a felony charge of making terroristic threats.

Bail was set at $500,000 bond without conditions or $10,000 bond with conditions. His next court appearance was set for Aug. 5.

A Domestic abuse no contact order was issued against Lussier, and he was ordered to stay a “reasonable distance away” from the women and her family.

According to the criminal complaint filed against him, Lussier was heard by a doctor at Rice Memorial Hospital on Tuesday making threats toward the parents of an ex-girlfriend. Lussier was a patient at the hospital at the time. He allegedly said he was going to get a gun and “take out the whole family.” He also allegedly threatened the woman on the phone. The woman’s family lives in northern Minnesota.

- Hector Hernandez, 42, of Willmar pleaded guilty to a third-degree drug sale charge Thursday. Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 18.

Hernandez was arrested after selling cocaine to a CEE-VI Drug Task Force informant. He was also charged with three lower-level felony drug charges related to marijuana and cocaine found in his home and a misdemeanor charge for possessing a switchblade.

- Jeffrey Allen Timlin, 39, of New London was sentenced Thursday to a stayed prison sentence of a year and a day and ordered to serve jail time for issuing a dishonored check.

Timlin was arrested in April and charged with writing five checks worth $696.30 to Cash Wise Foods in Willmar.

Timlin was ordered to serve 60 days in the Kandiyohi County Jail immediately and was sentenced to serve four 15-day sentences in December 2013, July 2014, December 2014 and July 2015. He is to pay restitution, a fine fine and court fees totaling $1.063.40 and serve two years of probation. He was also ordered to remain law abiding and to not possess a checking account.