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This is the records summary for Feb. 18.


WILLMAR -- A 59-year-old Dassel man was arrested on charges of driving while impaired, driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety and open bottle around 9:45 p.m. Wednesday near the intersection of First Street and Kandiyohi Avenue. A passenger, a 52-year-old Willmar woman, was cited for open bottle.

BLOMKEST -- A 22-year-old Glencoe man was arrested on charges of driving while impaired and driving after revocation after law enforcement and emergency responders were called around 1:40 a.m. Thursday to the intersection of U.S. Highway 71 and County Road 80 on a report of a one-vehicle rollover crash. No more information was available regarding the crash.

WILLMAR -- Four people were arrested after a search warrant was executed around 8:40 a.m. Thursday along the 400 block of Becker Avenue Southeast. They included two 20-year-old women, a 25-year-old man and a 23-year-old man.

WILLMAR -- A 20-year-old Willmar man was arrested on charges of domestic assault and interfering with a 911 call around 3 p.m. Wednesday along the 400 block of Lakeland Drive Southeast.

Property damage

WILLMAR -- A 14-year-old boy was cited for property damage after a window was broken around 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Washington Learning Center, 325 Willmar Ave. S.W.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

- Anthony Carl Brouillette, 22, of St. Michael was sentenced Wednesday to 90 days in jail, $1,500 in fines and 10 years of probation on two felony charges of fourth-degree drug sale for his role in selling drugs to a confidential informant and a CEEVI Drug Task Force agent in November 2009 and March 2010.

Forty five days of the jail time can be deferred if he complies with probation conditions, including abstaining from chemicals and paying $355 in restitution and his fine and court fees.

Brouillette received a stay of imposition on his sentence. Under the stay, his felony conviction could be reduced to a misdemeanor if he complies with the conditions of sentence.

As part of a plea agreement, five additional felony drug sale charges were dismissed.

Brouillette is one of three people charged in the case. Two felony charges of fifth-degree drug sale against L.W. Rashawn Frost, 21, of Burnsville, were continued for dismissal. Jarrett Zachary Galvin, 20, of Owatonna, was sentenced to 45 days in jail, five years of probation and a $1,500 fine on two felony drug sale charges.

The charges were filed after a drug task force informant met Frost on Oct. 9, 2009 at a street corner in Willmar. The informant said he had previously bought marijuana from Frost.

From there, the men entered a home. Frost then introduced the informant to Galvin, who sold him 3.8 grams of marijuana.

The informant also purchased 8.9 grams of marijuana from Galvin on Oct. 13, 2009 at a First Street business and the agent bought 7.4 grams of marijuana from him Oct. 22, 2009 at the same location.

The agent also arranged the purchase of five LSD candy drops with Galvin. Those drugs were purchased Nov. 3, 2009 from Brouillette at another First Street business. The drops, which weighed 13.525 grams, were sent to the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension for analysis and tested positive for LSD, a Schedule I narcotic. On the same day, the agent also allegedly purchased 20 Adderall pills from Brouillette.

According to the complaint against Brouillette, the agent also purchased three Adderall pills and 33.4 grams of marijuana from him on March 4, 2010 in Willmar.

- Wilfredo Herrera-Discia, 36, of Willmar pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony charge of aggravated forgery for using another person's identification to work.

As part of a plea agreement, two charges of forgery and aggravated forgery will be dismissed. He will be sentenced March 11.

He also pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of driving without a license.

He is also known as Jose Belaez-Dones and Jose Luis Velez Dones.

According to the complaint, on Dec. 22, 2008, a Willmar police officer on routine patrol came upon a vehicle with a brake light out. The officer stopped the vehicle and the driver said he didn't have a driver's license but gave the Jose Belaez-Dones name. He also said he didn't have insurance on the car. The officer ran his name through the state's system, but the name was not valid.

The man was arrested and, at the Law Enforcement Center, his fingerprints were run through the Interagency Border Inspection System database, which identified the man as Herrera-Discia. When questioned, the man said he was Jose Luis Velez Dones, but then admitted his name was Herrera-Discia.

The investigation into the man's identities included employment documents from Jennie-O Turkey Store signed in the false name, along with an employee photo that matched his booking photo and copies of a Minnesota ID card and Social Security number.