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Convictions published May 20

The following is a list of convictions in Kandiyohi County for felony, gross misdemeanor and/or misdemeanor charges. FelonySebastian Arthur Arevalo, 22, Willmar, fifth-degree drug possession, Dec.1Marky Lee Cruz, 19, Willmar, third-degree drug sa...

The following is a list of convictions in Kandiyohi County for felony, gross misdemeanor and/or misdemeanor charges.
Felony
Sebastian Arthur Arevalo, 22, Willmar, fifth-degree drug possession, Dec.1
Marky Lee Cruz, 19, Willmar, third-degree drug sale, Sept. 10
Elmer Anton Fuentes, 22, Willmar, third-degree criminal sexual conduct, Sept. 23
Elmer Anton Fuentes, 22, Willmar, third-degree criminal sexual conduct, Sept. 23
Bradley Cordell Hopkins, 49, Sauk Rapids, second-degree drug sale, Nov. 20, 2014
Shawn Carey Rayburn, 54, Willmar, fifth-degree drug possession, Nov. 20, 2014
Kevin Reginold Williams, 23, Willmar, domestic assault, Dec. 29
Gross misdemeanor
Sebastian Arthur Arevalo, 22, Willmar, domestic assault, Nov. 18
Derek Wayne Ritz, 22, Willmar, motor vehicle theft, Nov. 16
Karla Jean Williams, 40, Willmar, driving while impaired, Dec. 5
Misdemeanor
Mohamed Hassan Shale, 30, Waite Park, speeding, Jan. 18
Shawn Michael Guptill, 20, Willmar, disorderly conduct, July 25
Steve Lopez, 26, Willmar, theft, Sept. 23
Derek Wayne Overson, 38, Willmar, driving while impaired, Feb. 27
Renee Eileen Runge, 23, Willmar, driving while impaired, March 17
Steffen Lee Byberg, 21, Willmar, driving while impaired, Feb. 24
Amber Lea Larsen, 30, Spicer, driving after revocation, March 4
Shane Donavan Nelson, 29, Brooten, driving while impaired, March 6
Skylar James Bengtson, 18, Kerkhoven, uninsured vehicle, March 10

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