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Convictions published June 23

The following convictions in Kandiyohi County for felony, gross misdemeanor and/or misdemeanor charges were recently filed. The date listed is the date of the offense.Felony...

The following convictions in Kandiyohi County for felony, gross misdemeanor and/or misdemeanor charges were recently filed. The date listed is the date of the offense.
Felony
Ricardo Daniel Gomez, 38, Willmar, second-degree drug possession, Oct. 1
Ricardo Daniel Gomez, 38, Willmar, fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle, Oct. 1
Marco Aurelio Deleon Jr., 23, Willmar, violate no contact order, Jan. 18
Jeremiah Judson Malvin, 30, Willmar, second-degree drug sale, July 21
Pamela Elaine Nganga, 54, Willmar, financial transaction card fraud, Dec. 3
Ulises Sanchez, 32, Willmar, terroristic threats, June 13
Gross misdemeanor
Tricia Ann Beier, 30, Monticello, driving while impaired, Nov. 27
Anthony Juarez, 23, Willmar, driving while impaired, Feb. 23
Misdemeanor
Jeremy Chris Flickinger, 28, Plymouth, disorderly conduct, Jan. 25
Reuben Joseph Hamstad, 61, Spicer, driving while impaired, April 17
Phillip Lee Harrison, 26, Annandale, receiving stolen property, Jan. 10
Austin Darrell Johnson, 18, Willmar, failure to carry proof of vehicle insurance, Dec. 25
Austin Darrell Johnson, 18, Willmar, uninsured vehicle, March 10
Brandi Lynn Palmberg, 20, Minneapolis, driving while impaired, June 27
Shannon Douglas Schroeder, 47, Paynesville, driving after revocation, Jan. 3
Jordan Ronald Schueler, 31, Sauk Rapids, driving while impaired, Feb. 7
Tia Marie Stafford, 24, Belgrade, driving after revocation, March 6
Remigio Becerra Jr., 20, Willmar, underage liquor consumption, Jan. 1
Magdiel Reyes, 24, Willmar, disorderly conduct, March 19
Crispin Silvas Rodriguez, 58, Willmar, driving while impaired, April 18

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