This is the records summary for July 20.
RAYMOND -- Someone entered an attached garage between the hours of 5 p.m. Tuesday and 5 a.m. Wednesday in Raymond and took a NAPA tool set. Also stolen from a vehicle parked in the driveway were CDs, a Garmin GPS and a radar detector. The Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office is investigating.
REDWOOD FALLS -- Redwood Falls Police are investigating a report Wednesday that an individual was laying on the bottom of Ramsey Falls. Police said in a news release that the incident appears to be an accident. Police said North Ambulance, Redwood Falls Fire Department and the Redwood County Sheriff's Office assisted.
- Courtney Christine Klimstra, 25, of Litchfield, was sentenced Wednesday by Judge Kathryn Smith to three years of supervised probation and ordered to pay $380 in fines and fees after she pleaded guilty June 11 to aiding an offender to avoid arrest. As part of a plea agreement, another felony charge of aiding an offender was dismissed. The judge ordered Klimstra to write a letter of apology to law enforcement and remain law-abiding, among other conditions.
The charges were filed after Oct. 31, when a Willmar Police officer was attempting to locate Cody Wolf, who was wanted on an arrest warrant. The officer knew he was staying with Klimstra, his girlfriend, and called her on her cell phone. A man answered and then hung up. The officer, who was outside in a squad car, attempted to call her several times and then went to the door. Klimstra denied Wolf was in the home until other law enforcement officers arrived. He then appeared from a room at the rear of the home and was arrested.
- Tarvares Shontell James, 25, no address given, made his first appearance Thursday before Judge Michael Thompson on three felony charges of second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon, domestic assault and domestic assault by strangulation. The judge set bail and bond at $50,000 each without conditions and $10,000 bail and bond each with conditions. Also, James is to stay a reasonable distance away from the victim's residence.
James is alleged to have assaulted his girlfriend July 4 by holding a knife to her neck, by causing fear with immediate intent of bodily harm or injury, and by placing her in a choke hold with his arms and squeezing her neck with his hands. The complaint said Willmar police officers were called in the early morning hours to a residence in the 400 block of Trott Avenue Southwest. The woman managed to escape and call police.
- Bail and bond was set Wednesday at $20,000 each for Shawn Gerald Johnson, 18, of Spicer, who made his first appearance on a felony charge of third-degree criminal sexual conduct. He is charged with engaging in sexual penetration with a 15-year-old female on May 4 through May 5 in Willmar.
- Ivan Nathan Hennessey, 19, of Willmar made his first appearance Wednesday on two felony counts of three-degree criminal sexual conduct with a victim 13-15 and two felony counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct-force or coercion. Judge Thompson set bail and bond each at $20,000 and ordered the defendant to not have contact with the victim, among other conditions.
The first two counts allege Hennessey engaged in sexual penetration with the female on April 13 and 14. The second two charges allege he used force to accomplish penetration. The complaint states that the incidents took place at a residence in the 2000 block of 25th Street Southwest in Willmar.