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Records published Dec. 17

This is the records summary for Dec. 17.District CourtKandiyohi County WILLMAR -- Sharika Latoya Webb, 25, of Willmar, pleaded guilty Tuesday to a charge of felony financial transaction card fraud stemming from an incident in which $530 was charg...

This is the records summary for Dec. 17.
District Court
Kandiyohi County
WILLMAR - Sharika Latoya Webb, 25, of Willmar, pleaded guilty Tuesday to a charge of felony financial transaction card fraud stemming from an incident in which $530 was charged on a stolen debit card.
As part of a plea agreement, three additional felony charges of aggravated forgery will be dismissed as part of a plea agreement during sentencing Jan. 29.
Another woman also faces charges resulting from the incident. Johnnie Marie Tomlinson, 58, of Willmar, faces two felony charges of aggravated forgery and a charge of gross misdemeanor financial transaction card fraud.
Tomlinson is scheduled for an omnibus hearing Feb. 13.
The criminal complaint alleges that a woman reported unauthorized use of her debit card Aug. 27. She said she lost the card two days prior while at Arby’s in Willmar.
The unauthorized purchases were made at various Willmar businesses. Video footage and receipts from these business showed evidence of Webb and Tomlinson making these purchases.
Arby’s reported that Webb was an employee and was working at the time the woman’s debit card was reported missing.
Marriage licenses
Kandiyohi County
Joseph Paul Hannig, Spicer, and Hannah Frances Tornquist, Willmar.
Brandon James Smith, Raymond, and Jessica Lynn Heida, Raymond.

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