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Residents evacuated after gas line cut on southeast side of Willmar

WILLMAR -- Approximately six to 10 people were evacuated from their homes Tuesday afternoon after a gas line was cut around 2:30 p.m. along the 1000 block of Elizabeth Avenue Southeast.

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According to a news release from the Willmar Fire Department, the department responded to the incident and found that contractors had accidentally cut a 2-inch steel gas line. Minnegasco was contacted and assisted in containing the leak and shutting off the gas line.

The citizens were evacuated from the surrounding area as a precautionary measure and were allowed to return to their homes once the leak had been contained.

No injuries were reported. Firefighters were on the scene until about 4:15 p.m.

Property damage/theft

NEW LONDON -- Damage to a gate chain and the theft of a lock was reported around 3 p.m. Monday along 195th Avenue Northeast.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

n Alejandro Hernandez, 29, of Kerkhoven, pleaded guilty Monday to a felony charge of failing to comply with the requirements of a predatory offender.

As part of a plea agreement, he will likely be sentenced to 24 months in prison on Nov. 13.

The charge was filed after Willmar Police received information on July 12, 2011, from a Kandiyohi County probation agent that the agent had made numerous attempts to contact Hernandez, but was unsuccessful. Hernandez has sexual assault convictions and has a lifetime requirement to register as a predatory offender.

The investigation showed that Hernandez hadn't reported that he no longer working for Jennie-O Turkey Store in Willmar and that he didn't live at a Willmar address. The landlord told investigators that Hernandez moved out on July 5, 2011.

n Bo Brian Anderson, 21, of Belgrade, was sentenced Monday to 18 months in prison, which was stayed, five years of probation, 180 days in the county jail, 200 hours of community service and a $50 fine on a felony charge of third-degree burglary for stealing tools and a rifle in May from a rural Belgrade farm.

Anderson was also ordered to follow the recommendations of a chemical use assessment, not use or possess drugs or alcohol, write an apology letter, participate in victim-offender dialogue, follow the recommendations of cognitive skills training evaluation and pay $489.59 in restitution.

As part of a plea agreement, first-degree burglary and felony theft charges were dismissed.

Anderson and Andrew Ray Arneson, 18, of Brooten, were both charged in the case.

Arneson was sentenced on a gross misdemeanor charge of fourth-degree burglary to 365 days in jail, with 21 days to serve and 344 days stayed, a $3,000 fine with $2,250 stayed and $750 to pay, plus two years of probation. He was also ordered to pay $489.59 in restitution, jointly with Anderson.

The charges were filed after the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office was called May 1 regarding a burglary at a Belgrade farm site.

A total of $450 in tools and a Savage 17-caliber rifle were missing from a garage that was used as a shop and office.

Anderson, who was held in the county jail by a Department of Corrections warrant for violating the conditions of his supervised release in another case, was interviewed and admitted to taking the tools and the gun.

He said Arneson had the weapon and was with him during the burglary.

Arneson was interviewed and admitted to serving as a lookout for Anderson while he committed the burglary. The man said Anderson took the tools, while he took the gun and stored it at a friend's home. He refused to name the friend.

n Joshua Wayne Roschild, 21, of Willmar, pleaded guilty and was sentenced Monday on a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct.

As part of a plea agreement, the charge was reduced from a felony for domestic assault.

Roschild was sentenced to 90 days in jail, with 87 days stayed and credit for three days served, a $1,000 fine, with $900 stayed and $100 to pay, plus a year of probation.

The charge was filed after May 10, when Willmar police were called around 1:50 a.m. to an apartment in the southwest quadrant of the city on a domestic incident. A woman reported that she had been assaulted by Roschild at two times during the evening, including being kicked in the head and punched in the face. The woman also said that Roschild had thrown a glass liquor bottle at her, narrowly missing her as she ran away. A man who was also at the apartment witnessed the incident.

n Christopher Bravo, 17, of Willmar, pleaded not guilty Monday to a felony charge of fifth-degree assault and a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct.

His next appearance is Oct. 15.

Felony charges against juveniles aged 16 and older are public record.

According to the juvenile complaint, Willmar Police were called around 9:30 p.m. June 21 to the intersection of Becker Avenue and Sixth Street Southwest, where a woman reported her child had been punched by Bravo.

The child told the officer that Bravo had approached him, wanted to fight him, flashed a gang sign and then hit him in the face.

Bravo was interviewed later and said that he wasn't in town on the day in question. Another party who was involved reported that Bravo was in town that day. A witness said that he saw Bravo hit the boy in the face.

Bravo was two prior juvenile adjudications for assault in March and October 2011.

This is the records summary for Sept. 19.

Residents evacuated after gas line cut on southeast side of Willmar

WILLMAR -- Approximately six to 10 people were evacuated from their homes Tuesday afternoon after a gas line was cut around 2:30 p.m. along the 1000 block of Elizabeth Avenue Southeast.

According to a news release from the Willmar Fire Department, the department responded to the incident and found that contractors had accidentally cut a 2-inch steel gas line. Minnegasco was contacted and assisted in containing the leak and shutting off the gas line.

The citizens were evacuated from the surrounding area as a precautionary measure and were allowed to return to their homes once the leak had been contained.

No injuries were reported. Firefighters were on the scene until about 4:15 p.m.

Property damage/theft

NEW LONDON -- Damage to a gate chain and the theft of a lock was reported around 3 p.m. Monday along 195th Avenue Northeast.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

- Alejandro Hernandez, 29, of Kerkhoven, pleaded guilty Monday to a felony charge of failing to comply with the requirements of a predatory offender.

As part of a plea agreement, he will likely be sentenced to 24 months in prison on Nov. 13.

The charge was filed after Willmar Police received information on July 12, 2011, from a Kandiyohi County probation agent that the agent had made numerous attempts to contact Hernandez, but was unsuccessful. Hernandez has sexual assault convictions and has a lifetime requirement to register as a predatory offender.

The investigation showed that Hernandez hadn't reported that he no longer working for Jennie-O Turkey Store in Willmar and that he didn't live at a Willmar address. The landlord told investigators that Hernandez moved out on July 5, 2011.

- Bo Brian Anderson, 21, of Belgrade, was sentenced Monday to 18 months in prison, which was stayed, five years of probation, 180 days in the county jail, 200 hours of community service and a $50 fine on a felony charge of third-degree burglary for stealing tools and a rifle in May from a rural Belgrade farm.

Anderson was also ordered to follow the recommendations of a chemical use assessment, not use or possess drugs or alcohol, write an apology letter, participate in victim-offender dialogue, follow the recommendations of cognitive skills training evaluation and pay $489.59 in restitution.

As part of a plea agreement, first-degree burglary and felony theft charges were dismissed.

Anderson and Andrew Ray Arneson, 18, of Brooten, were both charged in the case.

Arneson was sentenced on a gross misdemeanor charge of fourth-degree burglary to 365 days in jail, with 21 days to serve and 344 days stayed, a $3,000 fine with $2,250 stayed and $750 to pay, plus two years of probation. He was also ordered to pay $489.59 in restitution, jointly with Anderson.

The charges were filed after the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office was called May 1 regarding a burglary at a Belgrade farm site.

A total of $450 in tools and a Savage 17-caliber rifle were missing from a garage that was used as a shop and office.

Anderson, who was held in the county jail by a Department of Corrections warrant for violating the conditions of his supervised release in another case, was interviewed and admitted to taking the tools and the gun.

He said Arneson had the weapon and was with him during the burglary.

Arneson was interviewed and admitted to serving as a lookout for Anderson while he committed the burglary. The man said Anderson took the tools, while he took the gun and stored it at a friend's home. He refused to name the friend.

- Joshua Wayne Roschild, 21, of Willmar, pleaded guilty and was sentenced Monday on a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct.

As part of a plea agreement, the charge was reduced from a felony for domestic assault.

Roschild was sentenced to 90 days in jail, with 87 days stayed and credit for three days served, a $1,000 fine, with $900 stayed and $100 to pay, plus a year of probation.

The charge was filed after May 10, when Willmar police were called around 1:50 a.m. to an apartment in the southwest quadrant of the city on a domestic incident. A woman reported that she had been assaulted by Roschild at two times during the evening, including being kicked in the head and punched in the face. The woman also said that Roschild had thrown a glass liquor bottle at her, narrowly missing her as she ran away. A man who was also at the apartment witnessed the incident.

- Christopher Bravo, 17, of Willmar, pleaded not guilty Monday to a felony charge of fifth-degree assault and a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct.

His next appearance is Oct. 15.

Felony charges against juveniles aged 16 and older are public record.

According to the juvenile complaint, Willmar Police were called around 9:30 p.m. June 21 to the intersection of Becker Avenue and Sixth Street Southwest, where a woman reported her child had been punched by Bravo.

The child told the officer that Bravo had approached him, wanted to fight him, flashed a gang sign and then hit him in the face.

Bravo was interviewed later and said that he wasn't in town on the day in question. Another party who was involved reported that Bravo was in town that day. A witness said that he saw Bravo hit the boy in the face.

Bravo was two prior juvenile adjudications for assault in March and October 2011.

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