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Records published Aug. 1

The following is the records summary for Aug. 1Home break-in reported in Raymond RAYMOND -- Two men in their 20s are in custody and an investigation is underway after reports of break-ins early Friday morning in Raymond, including at least one in...

The following is the records summary for Aug. 1
Home break-in reported in Raymond
RAYMOND - Two men in their 20s are in custody and an investigation is underway after reports of break-ins early Friday morning in Raymond, including at least one instance in which a suspect attempted to enter an occupied home.
The Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office apprehended two suspects and reported that there were reports of break-ins to vehicles and garages.
One of the suspects attempted to enter an occupied home through a window, but retreated as the homeowner warned him that he was armed. The suspect was apprehended shortly after.
The Sheriff’s Office also received a report at 1:42 a.m. that two men in their 20s had been stopping vehicles near the intersection of Third Avenue East and Fifth Street in Raymond asking for rides to Willmar.
Several vehicle
break-ins in Willmar
WILLMAR - Police are investigating reports of vehicle break-ins Wednesday and Thursday night in Willmar.
Thursday reports include: A car charger was stolen from a locked vehicle and it was damaged to gain entry while on the 1700 block of Fifth Street Southwest.
A wallet containing credit cards was among the items taken from a vehicle on the 500 block of Julii Street Southeast.
An unlocked vehicle on the 1000 block of Becker Avenue Southeast was rummaged through.
A vehicle was damaged and sunglass stolen from it on the 1100 block of Elizabeth Avenue.
Police also are investigating a Wednesday evening incident in which a windshield had been smashed on a vehicle on the 400 block of 15th Street Southwest in Willmar.
District Court
Kandiyohi County
WILLMAR - Carlos Lee Ray Garza, 22, of Willmar, made his first court appearance Friday on felony charges of tampering with a witness and terroristic threats.
Bail was set at $25,000 without conditions and $10,000 with conditions. Garza will make his next court appearance Aug. 10.
According to the criminal complaint on the charges, a Willmar police officer received report of the incident June 11.
A woman said Garza made threats to kill her the same night he allegedly stole items from a Willmar business.
The woman said she picked Garza up from the Wal-Mart store in Willmar after he stole iPads from the store.
Garza showed her the stolen electronics and told her not to say anything about the incident or he would kill her, according to the criminal complaint.

WILLMAR - Joshua Anthony Tersch, 21, of Willmar, made a first appearance Friday on felony first-degree drug charges.
Tersch faces felony charges of first-degree drug sale, controlled substance crime in the first-degree and fifth-degree drug possession. He also faces a misdemeanor charge of fleeing a peace officer.
Bail was set Friday at $100,000 without conditions and $30,000 with conditions. Tersch will make his next court appearance Aug. 10.
According to the criminal complaint on the charges, officers found about 33.1 grams of methamphetamine, 62.7 grams of synthetic marijuana and pills used to treat anxiety during a search of Tersch’s vehicle.
The vehicle search occurred Thursday in Willmar. Tersch allegedly tried to flee on foot from police officers before they searched his vehicle.

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