This is the records summary for Sept 25.
Two hurt in crash on southwest edge of Willmar
WILLMAR — Two people were taken to Rice Memorial Hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash reported around 4 a.m. Tuesday at the intersection of 19th Avenue and 30th Street Southwest.
According to the crash report by Willmar Police, Asho Bashir Omar, 22, of Willmar, was driving a 2007 Chevy car southbound on 30th Street and collided with a westbound 1997 Chevy pickup driven by Patrick David Lindstrom, 23, of Raymond.
Omar and a passenger, Dahabo Geesey, 55, of Willmar, were both taken for medical attention. Lindstrom was not injured and was arrested for driving while impaired.
WILLMAR — An alleged threat by a juvenile male against another juvenile male is under investigation by the Willmar Police Department.
According to the incident report, officers were called around 9 p.m. Monday to the 400 block of Minnesota Avenue Southeast, where the victim reported that a vehicle had pulled up to the vehicle he was riding in in the downtown area. The boy reported that the driver yelled at him and then returned later to another location, pointed a small handgun at him and threatened him before fleeing from the scene.
WILLMAR — The theft of an iPhone 4 was reported around 2:20 p.m. Monday at the Willmar Middle School, 209 Willmar Ave. S.E.
WILLMAR — The theft of cash from a purse was reported around 1 p.m. Tuesday along the 100 block of 19th Avenue Southwest.
WILLMAR — A man was arrested on charges of domestic assault, fifth-degree assault and criminal damage to property around 1:15 a.m. Tuesday along the 3100 block of Seventh Avenue Northwest.
WILLMAR — The theft of items from a vehicle was reported around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday along the 100 block of Trott Avenue Southeast.
WILLMAR — A burglary was reported around 7:15 a.m. Tuesday along the 300 block of 33rd Street Northwest. Missing items included firearms, a cell phone and a purse.
- Donavan Douglas James Wold, 19, of Willmar, was sentenced Tuesday to 90 days in jail, 15 years of probation and 200 hours of community work service on a fourth-degree possession of drugs with intent to sell charge for selling drugs at Willmar Senior High School.
As part of a previously reached plea agreement, Wold pleaded guilty to the fourth-degree charge and two second-degree sale charges were dismissed.
Wold was ordered to serve 45 days in jail, and if he fails a drug test at that point, he will serve the full 90 days in custody. He was ordered to follow the recommendations of a chemical use assessment, not use or possess alcohol or drugs, provide probation with information on his prescriptions and participate in victim-offender mediation.
The charges were filed after high school officials reported to the Willmar Police Department school resource officer on March 20 that there was reasonable suspicion that Wold was dealing drugs at the school.
Wold turned over a bag of Adderall pills when he was questioned by a school staff member. He also said he was planning to sell the pills.
When interviewed by the school resource officer, Wold admitted he was selling the pills for $3 per pill and that he was going to sell the six pills for $20. He also named the students he was going to sell the pills to and admitted to contacting other students about selling drugs. He had used emails, tweets and text messages to communicate regarding the drug sales.
A forensic examination of Wold’s electronic devices showed 40 text messages regarding drugs and 14 photos of drugs or drug paraphernalia.