This is the records file for Sept. 18.
Three treated, released after two-vehicle crash near Danube
DANUBE -- The driver and two passengers of a vehicle involved in a crash around 4:30 p.m. Sunday east of Danube were treated and for their injuries released from RC Hospital in Olivia.
According to the State Patrol, Jesse E. Delaney, 31, of Willmar, was driving a 1985 Pontiac Parisienne southbound on 300th Street, stopped at the stop sign along U.S. Highway 212 and then turned onto the highway, hitting a trailer pulled by a westbound 2001 Chevy Silverado driven by Joshua M. Kelly, 17, of Willmar.
Delaney and two of his passengers, Elizabeth Clark, 22, of Willmar, and Nikita K. Bickham, 40, of Danube, were all treated for their injuries. Another passenger, Richard L. Jackson, 43, of Danube, wasn't injured. The pickup driver, Kelly, was not injured.
Also responding was the Renville County Sheriff's Office.
KERKHOVEN -- A case of fraud involving an eBay payment was reported around 8:45 a.m. Monday along the 5000 block of Kandi-Swift County Line Road.
SPICER -- The theft of traffic cones was reported around 9:30 p.m. Sunday along the 13000 block of Second Street Northeast.
WILLMAR -- Willmar police took multiple reports of damage to vehicle tires on Sunday afternoon and Monday morning. The reports were taken along the 1000 block of 15th Street Southwest, the 700 block of 17th Street Southwest, the 400 block of Julii Street Southeast, the 900 block of Second Street Southeast and the 400 block of Minnesota Avenue Southeast.
WILLMAR -- The theft of a tool box and tools from a vehicle was reported around 12:20 p.m. Monday along the 500 block of Portland Drive Southwest.
* Todd Jerome Hendricks, 44, of Osakis, made his first appearance Monday on two felony charges of violating a court order for protection.
Unconditional bail was set at $10,000. His next appearance is Oct. 1.
According to the complaint, an order for protection prohibiting Hendricks from contact with a woman and three children was issued in March by a district judge in a Kandiyohi County family court file. The order was served on Hendricks and was to be in effect for one year. Hendricks violated the order by having contact with those named in the order twice in March and April and was convicted on those charges in April.
On Aug. 1, the woman reported to Atwater police that she had discovered more than 40 Facebook messages from Hendricks to one of the children. The messages were sent between May 28 and July 31. She also reported that one of the children received a text message from Hendricks on July 25. The order prohibited Hendricks from having contact with the children unless they initiate the contact.