• Jeremy J. Reinarts, 38, 112 3rd Ave. S.E., Sleepy Eye, was charged with felony threats of violence, gross misdemeanor harassment-intent to injure and harassment-repeatedly makes phone calls, sent texts, induce victim to make calls Monday. According to court documents, Sleepy Eye Police got a phone call at 2:23 p.m. July 27 from a woman asking to talk about Reinarts. Police were aware of their relationship in the past.
The woman told police she got text messages and phone calls from Reinarts after the couple broke up and had a child in common. The woman said Reinarts told her a male individual and the boys were going to be in a grave. When she responded to that she believed she made him mad and he said she would be in there as well.
The woman told police she got text messages from Reinarts about an incident about a month earlier, so she called him. The woman said Reinarts told her he dug a grave for a male individual and all the boys and that he was going to strangle them and that he was going to strangle her like he did five years ago and throw her in a grave with her boyfriends.
Reinarts was charged with domestic assault by strangulation and third-degree assault from an incident with the woman in 2013, according to the complaint.
Police talked to Reinarts who said he was upset and said the woman keeps getting under his skin. He denied intentions of hurting anybody and explained he wanted someone to hurt as bad as he was. Reinarts was summoned to appear in Brown County District Court at 8:30 a.m. Sept. 3.
• Dominc S. Sunstrom, 19, 1126 S. Washington St., New Ulm, was charged with two counts of felony fifth-degree drug possession-not small amount of marijuana. According to court documents, New Ulm Police were dispatched to a New Ulm residence for a possible anxiety attack at 3:30 p.m. July 30.
At the scene, Sunstrom told police he too many “edibles” (edible marijuana). A short time later, Allina Ambulance arrived. Police asked him if he had more edibles they could give to the medical center to assist in his care. Sunstrom said he could and said police could search for them in his room. Allina Ambulance transported Sunstrom to the New Ulm Medical Center (NUMC).
In Sunstrom’s room, police found two synthetic THC product containers, glass and rubber bongs, a glass pipe and a metal grinder with a marijuana leaf on it. All the items are commonly used to smoke marijuana. The grinder contained a small amount of marijuana. All items had a strong marijuana odor to them.
On the floor, police observed a clear, plastic food container with several small, chocolate squares stamped with THC, and a white, plastic bag labeled edible THC chocolate. Police took the information from the edible THC products to the NUMC. The items were taken into custody.
Sunstrom was summoned to appear in Brown County District Court at 8:30 a.m. Sept. 3.
• Jenna L. Scott, 41, 219 Adams Ave. S.E., Madelia, was charged with two counts of felony theft including vehicle theft Monday. According to court documents, the Brown County Sheriff’s Office got a call from a woman on June 20 who reported a vehicle stolen for her boyfriend, the victim. A deputy told her to have the man come to the sheriff’s office to report the incident himself as he was the registered owner and his signature was needed. The man did not go to the sheriff’s office that afternoon and the deputy could not contact him by phone.
The deputy learned from a Brown County dispatcher that a vehicle registered to the man was recovered in Faribault County on June 17. New Ulm Police were not able to locate the man at a last known New Ulm address.
A deputy went to the man’s residence about the incident. The man was hesitant to talk to him and said he had poor experiences dealing with law enforcement. The man said he was trying to sell his 1998 Ford F150 that was stored at his brother’s residence and that Jenna Scott was interested in buying it. He said she accompanied him to his brother’s rural Brown County residence and told her the truck needed a starter for it to run.
The truck owner said Scott was to pay him $500 for the truck as is and she was going to pay him after her boss knew the truck ran so she could get an advance on her paycheck.
The truck owner said he got a call from his brother at 12:40 a.m., June 14 and was advised there were people at his residence working on the truck and they were there in the morning when he left for work. The truck owner said he tried to contact Scott and drove to Madelia to talk to her mother.
The deputy learned from the Faribault County Sheriff’s Office that the truck was left at an elevator near Easton before it was impounded as abandoned.
The brother of the truck owner gave a recorded statement that a man and woman were at his residence working on the truck in the morning and were gone as was the truck when he got home at 6 p.m. Scott was summoned to appear in court at 8:30 a.m. Sept. 3.
• Robyn L. Bundy, 46, 200 Viking Ave., Hanska, was charged with a felony issue dishonored check charge Monday. According to court documents, New Ulm Police got a non-sufficient funds case file from Coborn’s Inc. prepared by a loss control analyst on Oct. 12, 2018.
The file read that between April 28, 2017 and July 21, 2017, ten personal checks were cashed at the New Ulm Holiday store and returned by U.S. Bank with a notion of non-sufficient funds. The checks listed Robyn L. and James A. Bundy as account holders and totalled $879.29 plus $300 for service fees.
On Aug. 9, 2017, a demand letter was sent to Robyn Bundy and J. Bundy in Hanska. The loss analyst contacted Robyn Bundy who said she would pay the charges but did not do so and did not contact the analyst.
Police viewed a DVD attached to the case file and obtained a driver’s license photo of Robyn Bundy to compare with a store surveillance video. Police watched video at the date and time the checks were passed. It appears that Robyn Bundy is on video passing checks during each of the transactions. She was summoned to appear in court at 8:30 a.m., Sept. 3.