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This is the Records summary for July 21

Driver transported to hospital after crash

WILLMAR -- Donald Jelley, 80, of Willmar was treated and released at Rice Memorial Hospital Friday after a two-vehicle crash.

Vehicles driven by Jelley and by Taylor Reinke, 17, of Willmar collided at the intersection of Seventh Street and 19th Avenue shortly before 10 a.m. Friday.

According to Willmar Police, both suffered minor injuries, but Jelley was the only person transported by Willmar Ambulance.

Marriage licenses

Kandiyohi County

Indalecio Mares-Ferrer, Willmar; Anna Marie Del Bosque, Willmar

Matthew Brian Simonson, Svea; Leann Marie Danielson, Svea

Nathan Allan Pederson, New London; Bethany Ann Helgeson, New London

Randy Lee Powers, Hawick; Jennie Rebecca Nelson, Tracy

Anders Matt Kullhem, Willmar; Jessica Jean Polito, Willmar

Phillip Donald Richard Uttech, Willmar; Kelsey Lynne Marie Moe, Willmar

Nicholas Alan Egge, Pennock; Kristen Nicole Hulsey, Pennock

Vicente Garcia, Willmar; Nichole Lynn Lopez, Willmar

Matthew Alan Schorn, Willmar; Tonia Rae Fernkes, Willmar

Curtis John Klaphake, Kerkhoven; Melody Rose Ahlbrecht, Kerkhoven

District Court

Kandiyohi County

- Onesimo Juarez Jr., 54, of Willmar, was sentenced Friday to eight months in the Kandiyohi County Jail on a felony charge of failing to comply with the requirements of a predatory offender.

Juarez was given credit for 66 days already served and was ordered to pay a fine and court fees totaling $140. He was ordered to supply a DNA sample and to comply with predatory offender registration requirements.

According to the criminal complaint filed against him, Juarez is on probation for violating a harassment restraining order and is required to register as a predatory offender because of a 2003 conviction for false imprisonment. He filed a change of information form on April 3 listing his residence as the Viking Motel, 616 N. Highway 71, but when probation officials went to the hotel on May 1, he was not living there and hadn't filed the paperwork notifying law enforcement of his current residence.