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Crews clean up an accident Tuesday on Highway 23 bypass near Willmar. John Halvorson, 92, of New London, suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the single-vechicle rollover. Tribune photo by Carolyn Lange

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This is the records summary for Sept. 5.

New London man hurt in rollover north of Willmar

WILLMAR -- A 92-year-old New London man was taken by Willmar Ambulance Service to Rice Memorial Hospital for treatment of injuries suffered in a one-vehicle rollover crash Monday morning on the north edge of Willmar.

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According to the State Patrol, John Halvorson was driving a 2009 Scion southbound on the Highway 23 bypass when the vehicle left the roadway to the left, went through the median and overturned onto its top. The vehicle came to rest in the right lane and shoulder of the northbound lanes of the highway.

Halvorson suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was wearing his seat belt.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

n Billy Jo Brian Vanzandt, 32, of Minneapolis, pleaded guilty Friday to a felony charge of check forgery for writing more than $7,000 in bad checks on another man's account.

As part of a plea agreement, another felony for check forgery will be dismissed and he will pay restitution. He will be sentenced Oct. 8.

The charges were filed after Willmar Police were called on Oct. 5 to investigate a check forgery. A man reported that he'd been notified by a check cashing business that checks had been written on insufficient funds on his checking account. The man said he'd not used the account for some time and suspected his roommate, Vanzandt, at Becker House in Willmar.

The investigation re-vealed that eight checks had been written in September and October on the account for a total of $7,025, all to Billy Vanzandt. The check cashing business turned over the identification, of Vanzandt, used in each of the transactions.

Theft

RAYMOND -- The theft of radios was reported around 9:30 a.m. Monday along the 7400 block of Highway 23.

This is the records summary for Sept. 5.

New London man hurt in rollover north of Willmar

WILLMAR -- A 92-year-old New London man was taken by Willmar Ambulance Service to Rice Memorial Hospital for treatment of injuries suffered in a one-vehicle rollover crash Monday morning on the north edge of Willmar.

According to the State Patrol, John Halvorson was driving a 2009 Scion southbound on the Highway 23 bypass when the vehicle left the roadway to the left, went through the median and overturned onto its top. The vehicle came to rest in the right lane and shoulder of the northbound lanes of the highway.

Halvorson suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was wearing his seat belt.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

- Billy Jo Brian Vanzandt, 32, of Minneapolis, pleaded guilty Friday to a felony charge of check forgery for writing more than $7,000 in bad checks on another man's account.

As part of a plea agreement, another felony for check forgery will be dismissed and he will pay restitution. He will be sentenced Oct. 8.

The charges were filed after Willmar Police were called on Oct. 5 to investigate a check forgery. A man reported that he'd been notified by a check cashing business that checks had been written on insufficient funds on his checking account. The man said he'd not used the account for some time and suspected his roommate, Vanzandt, at Becker House in Willmar.

The investigation re-vealed that eight checks had been written in September and October on the account for a total of $7,025, all to Billy Vanzandt. The check cashing business turned over the identification, of Vanzandt, used in each of the transactions.

Theft

RAYMOND -- The theft of radios was reported around 9:30 a.m. Monday along the 7400 block of Highway 23.

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