A Stillwater man was placed on 10 years of probation and must register as a sexual predator after being convicted of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct in 10th Judicial District Court.
Amir Abd El Malak faced five separate counts of criminal sexual conduct, that allegedly took place at his massage business, The Land of Pharaoh’s Massage Parlor.
The case against Malak stemmed from complaints by several female customers that Malak fondled them during massages, according to court documents.
An amended court complaint charged Malak with four counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of third-degree criminal sexual conduct. Malak must serve 60 days in jail and can furlough to English classes and any therapy. He was fined $500, have no contact with victims, submit to DNA analysis and remain law abiding and register as a sexual predator.
Man faces threat, domestic assault charges
A 20-year-old Mahtomedi man faces terroristic threat and domestic assault charges after an April 18 incident involving apparent threats to his mother. Mahtomedi police officers were told by Brooks’ mother that Brooks was upset with her and was acting in an odd manner, talking and saying things that didn’t make sense. At one point, court documents said Brooks came into the living room with his hand clenched in a fist saying that he was going to “bash her head in.”
Court reports added that Brooks’ mother told officers Brooks has medical issues and is prescribed medication he sometimes doesn’t take, and also uses marijuana.
According to court documents, Brooks, who fled the scene before officers arrived, returned home and was arrested after allegedly admitting to officers he was off his medication and didn’t deny threatening his mother.
Warrant out for man after assault
A warrant is out for a Shakopee man in connection with an incident that occurred March 16 and 17 in Stillwater.
The man, identified in court documents at Timothy Lee Donavan Olson, is accused of engaging in a physical confrontation with his 33-year-old ex-girlfriend when she was at his mother’s house.
The victim said at some point in the evening of March 16, Olson allegedly slapped and punched her in the face and wouldn’t let her leave the residence.
Court documents said the woman asked to leave the morning of March 17 and was again allegedly stopped by Olson.
Court documents added that when Olson left the room and did not immediately return, the woman ran to the street and called 9-1-1 from the cell phone of a passing vehicle.
A warrant is out for Olson because of the severity of the offense and his past criminal history He faces charges of felony domestic assault and violating a no contact order.