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Convictions published June 26

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

The following is a list of convictions in Kandiyohi County for felony, gross misdemeanor and/or misdemeanor charges. The date listed is the date of the offense.
Felony
Angel Cesar Garcia, 36, Pennock, fifth-degree drug possession, Aug. 29
Justin David Meyer, 40, Spicer, fifth-degree drug possession, July 26
Ryan James Thomas, 36, Renville, fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle, Feb. 11
Marco Aurelio Deleon Jr., 23, Willmar, violate no-contact order, Jan. 18
Todd Carl Leuze, 31, Willmar, store meth paraphernalia in the presence of a child or vulnerable adult, Feb. 12
David Medellin Jr., 21, Granite Falls, third-degree assault, Oct. 25
Gerald Steven Phillips, 64, St. Cloud, fifth-degree drug possession, Oct. 1
Gross misdemeanor
Nathalie Contreras Cuevas, 24, Willmar, driving while impaired, April 5
Keane Anthony Johnson, 28, New London, driving while impaired, Dec. 18
Justin David Meyer, 40, Spicer, driving while impaired, July 26
Ryan James Thomas, 36, Renville, driving while impaired - refuse to submit to chemical test, Feb. 11
Misdemeanor
Forrest Lee Dahmes, 52, Hawick, driving while impaired, Nov. 15, 2013
Nathan Alden Hoberg, 25, Raymond, driving while impaired, April 25
Elijah Dwayne Naber, 18, Lake Lillian, allow underage party, April 18
Elijah Dwayne Naber, 18, Lake Lillian, liquor consumption under 21, April 18
Dustin Maurice Niemeier, 37, Benson, driving while impaired, April 12

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