No, for two reasons. First, you were a juvenile and your juvenile record is not reportable as a crime under the scenario you described (for reasons too complicated for this question, I will not discuss when/how a juvenile adjudication can become an adult conviction). Second, your offense was a petty misdemeanor which is not a crime. You can check the box "no" on the application form.
In Minnesota, a "petty misdemeanor" conviction is not a crime, not is it therefore a "criminal conviction." For adults, however, they generally are public record. Juvenile, non-felony records are generally non-public, and should not show up on a normal background check. In this situation, there was no "conviction of a crime," since a petty misdemeanor is "not a crime."
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