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Convictions published May 5

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.FelonyJeremy Chris Flickinger, 29, Willmar, fifth-degree drug sale, Jan. 9, 2015Joshua...

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
Jeremy Chris Flickinger, 29, Willmar, fifth-degree drug sale, Jan. 9, 2015
Joshua Anthony Tersch, 22, Willmar, second-degree drug possession, July 30
Gross misdemeanor
Erik Reyes Peruzquia, 34, Morris, driving while impaired, March 8, 2015
Angela Dale Haen, 37, Willmar, theft, June 22
Marco Tulio Gomez Munos, 51, Willmar, driving while impaired, March 28, 2015
Franklin Russell Ochocki, 28, Minneota, stalking, May 25
Daniel Joseph Wiener, 38, Willmar, domestic abuse - violate no-contact order, July 22
Misdemeanor
Dylan Ray Asche, 23, Spicer, driving while impaired, Jan. 1
Nicholas William Bode, 18, New London, violate driver’s instruction permit, July 11
Hayden Levi Hansen, 19, Litchfield, driving after revocation, Feb. 2
Jerome Francis Platt, 60, Willmar, driving while impaired, Nov. 13
Brandon James Smith, 33, Raymond, driving while impaired, Jan. 13
Daniel Joseph Wiener, 38, Willmar, theft, Sept. 12
Lesly Lynae Bertram, 29, Willmar, theft, Jan. 26
Jose Eduardo Capetillo, 23, Willmar, domestic abuse - violate order for protection, Dec. 11
Michael Allen Chenoweth, 35, Benson, theft, March 4
Angela Dale Haen, 37, Willmar, theft, Sept. 23
Brett Daniel Knudsen, 19, Tyler, underage drinking and driving, Feb. 11
Bruce John Meyer, 60, Willmar, disorderly conduct, Feb. 7
Lucinda Teresa Torres, 31, Renville, disorderly conduct, Feb. 20

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