The following is a list of convictions in Kandiyohi County District Court for felony, gross misdemeanor and/or misdemeanor charges. The date listed is the date of the offense. Felony Sean Douglas Schorn, 27, St. Cloud, possession or sale of stolen or counterfeit check, April 12 Sean Douglas Schorn, 27, St. Cloud, possession or sale of stolen or counterfeit check, May 22 Darrell Gene Weyaus Jr., 21, Hinckley, possess ammunition/firearm after conviction for crime of violence, March 21, 2017
This is the records summary for March 21. Vandalism WILLMAR — A resident in the 400 block of 15th Avenue Southwest told police Monday afternoon that their garage had been damaged. Fraud WILLMAR — A woman in the 500 block of 28th Avenue Southwest filed a report Monday afternoon that she believed her husband had received a fraudulent check.
WILLMAR — Sarah Anderson has accepted a position as a planner with the city of Willmar. Her job will include a focus on city land use and zoning. Anderson is a graduate of Bemidji State University with a bachelor's degree in geography, which includes city planning and geographic information system, a form of data gathering and mapping.
CLARA CITY — Former Sen. Lyle Koenen is looking to take on Rep. Tim Miller for the District 17A seat. Koenen, DFL-Clara City, announced Monday that he will be filing for the District 17A seat, which includes the counties of Chippewa, Renville, Swift and four townships in southern Kandiyohi. He won the DFL endorsement for the seat Saturday after a unanimous vote at the Senate District Convention in Raymond.
WILLMAR — CDS Administrative Services LLC, of Willmar has added Nicholle Peterson to its staff as a employee benefits administrator. In her new position Peterson will focus on the administration of retirement plans, flex plans, health savings accounts and health reimbursement arrangements. Peterson is a graduate of the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities with a bachelor's degree. She has more than 20 years of experience working in client service as an office manager. She lives in Willmar with her husband and five children.
WILLMAR — Dr. Julie Hanson, pediatrician, has joined Carris Health in Willmar. She specializes in the care of infants, children and adolescents and will begin seeing patients in Willmar in April. Hanson will do inpatient and outpatient care and has a special interest in international medicine. Hanson completed her undergraduate studies at Luther College and earned her medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School. She completed her pediatric and adolescent residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester.
NEW LONDON — Ruth Schmitz, a nursing assistant at GlenOaks in New London, has been awarded the Sister Claudia Riehl Living a Legacy award by Benedictine Health System. The award is given to an employee who best honors the mission and core values of the health system. The news release announcing the award said Schmitz is upbeat, positive, a strong worker and is a loving and caring nursing assistant at GlenOaks. She treats the residents with compassion and treats them as family. Schmitz is a graduate of Paynesville High School.
This is the records summary for March 20. Litchfield man hurt in Swift County accident CLONTARF — A Litchfield man was injured Sunday night in a one-vehicle accident in Swift County. The accident was reported at 7:44 p.m. Sunday on state Highway 9, south of Clontarf. According to the State Patrol, Carter James Wattenhofer, 19, was driving a 2010 Chevrolet Silverado north on Highway 9 when the vehicle went off the road and vaulted to a hard landing.
This is the records summary for March 19. Suspicious person WILLMAR — A caller reported a man sitting in car asking women to get into the back of the car at 3:07 p.m. Friday at the 300 block of 3rd Street Southwest in Willmar. The caller also said the man had been there since around 11 a.m., and had relieved himself between two cars. When an officer arrived a man matching the description was found, though he said it was another male that had been by his car.
This is the records summary for March 17. Graffiti WILLMAR — Law enforcement received a report Friday morning of graffiti under the First Street Bridge in Willmar. The wording was reportedly found on the bridge's pillars and said things like "the blue demon was her," "smile" and "die." <