Records, Dec. 2, 2005
District Court, Kandiyohi County A Willmar man was sentenced to 120 days in jail Thursday on charges he bought cocaine from an undercover officer. According to the criminal complaint, Clint Alan Johnson, 29, was arrested Aug. 24 for buying cocain...
District Court, Kandiyohi County
A Willmar man was sentenced to 120 days in jail Thursday on charges he bought cocaine from an undercover officer.
According to the criminal complaint, Clint Alan Johnson, 29, was arrested Aug. 24 for buying cocaine from an undercover CEE-VI Drug Task Force agent.
An informant called the task force Aug. 21 to say that Johnson had called the informant and wanted cocaine.
The informant set up a buy between Johnson and the undercover agent at the Perkins Restaurant parking lot, the complaint says. Johnson was the manager at Perkins, the complaint says.
He bought 7 grams of cocaine from the officer and then, when police approached him, he dropped the cocaine, the complaint says.
He pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree controlled substance crime.
He was sentenced to 120 days in jail, five years of probation and received a 5-year stay of adjudication, meaning if he is compliant with probation for five years, he won't be convicted of the charge.
He will also be fined $1,087 and will have to undergo a chemical dependency evaluation and treatment.
Judge Donald Spilseth also required that Johnson find a job.
WILLMAR -- A pop machine was reported vandalized Thursday morning at Mills Ford, 1109 U.S. Hwy. 12 E.
WILLMAR -- A motorcycle was reported stolen Thursday morning at the 4900 block of U.S. Highway 71 Northeast. The bike is a 2004 Yamaha Banshee, painted red and white.
WILLMAR -- A vehicle was reported broken into Wednesday night at the 800 block of Eighth Street Southwest. Keys, 30 CDs and an address book were reported stolen.
WILLMAR -- A vehicle was reported broken into Wednesday evening at the Wal-Mart parking lot, 3031 First Street South. A car stereo and CDs were reported stolen.
Vehicles into water
Vehicles reportedly slid into water Wednesday in Lake Lillian and in Willmar. Nobody was reported injured in either incident.
A vehicle reportedly slid into the water at the intersection of 120th Avenue and 30th Street Southeast late Wednesday night.
Earlier in the evening, a vehicle slid into the water near Thompson Park, Ella Avenue and U.S. Highway 71 Northeast in Willmar.