court date set
An 18-year-old Brainerd man was charged June 19 with two felony counts of second-degree burglary and three felony counts of third-degree burglary in connection with breaking into five different residences in the Breezy Point and Nisswa area appeared in Crow Wing County District Court this week.
Judge Erik Askegaard scheduled Amir Nyland’s omnibus hearing for 1:30 p.m. Sept. 26.
According to the criminal complaint filed against Nyland, Nyland allegedly used forced entry into two seasonal residences, a garage and two outbuildings at five locations in Crow Wing County: Three on Pelican Lake Road in Breezy Point, one on Sandy Shores Lane in Nisswa and one of Blake Road in Nisswa. Items stolen included tools, tool boxes, alcohol, lighting and power equipment. Two juvenile males also were arrested in the incident.
next court date set
A 22-year-old Pillager man charged with second-degree with a dangerous weapon and first-degree damage to property appeared in Crow Wing County District Court this week.
Judge Erik Askegaard scheduled Codey McDonald’s next court hearing at 1:30 p.m. on July 31.
According to the criminal complaint filed against McDonald, he was involved in a domestic dispute March 11 that evolved into a road rage incident stretching from Pillager to Baxter. The incident ended when McDonald’s pick-up rammed his girlfriend’s Honda into a ditch on Highway 210, causing it to leave the roadway and go into the ditch, where it struck a fiber optics utility box causing damage estimated to be in excess of $100,000.
Next court date
set for Johnson
The 65-year-old Brainerd woman — who led half a dozen law enforcement officers on a high-speed chase March 30 after fleeing a domestic dispute where she rammed her estranged husband’s car — appeared in Crow Wing District Court this week.
An omnibus hearing was set for Aug. 27 for Judith Mae Johnson, who was charged with felony second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon, felony of fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle and two misdemeanor counts of domestic assault, with one domestic assault for committing the act to cause fear or immediate bodily harm or death on another and the second domestic assault for intentionally inflicting bodily harm on another.
set for Clark
A 20-year-old Brainerd man charged June 26 for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman and attempting to strangle her at their Brainerd home appeared in Crow Wing County District Court this week.
Judge David Ten Eyck set a contested omnibus hearing for Aug. 22 for Joseph Alan Clark, who was charged with third-degree felony criminal sexual conduct, felony domestic assault by strangulation and a misdemeanor domestic assault-with the intention to inflict bodily harm on another.
According to the criminal complaint filed against Clark, the woman advised Brainerd police that Clark slapped her in the face repeatedly, made her punch herself with her own hands and he tied her wrists together with a jump rope. The woman went on to say that Clark had put a sock in her mouth, pinching her nose closed and applied pressure to her neck to prevent her from screaming.