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This is the records summary for Nov. 9.

Property damage

WILLMAR -- Damage to the window in a door, apparently from a BB or pellet, was reported around 8:15 a.m. Thursday along the 1100 block of Ninth Street Southeast.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

n Christopher Ray Maeyaert, 19, of Lucan, made his first appearance Thursday on a felony charge of check forgery for allegedly forging another man's checks at a Willmar business.

Unconditional bail was set at $10,000. His next appearance is Jan. 16.

According to the complaint, on Aug. 15, Willmar Police received information from Coborn's Inc. that four checks had been forged on a man's account at the Willmar Cash Wise Foods store. Information from the bank holding the account revealed that the checks had been stolen and were forged. The owner of the account told investigators he had previously dated a relative to Maeyaert.

Coborn's officials also had information that checks had been written on the same account at their stores in New Ulm and Hutchinson. A Redwood County Sheriff's deputy identified Maeyaert as the man in video surveillance footage from the stores, when comparing the images to jail booking mugs of Maeyaert.

Four checks were written to the local Cash Wise Foods, on July 4 and 5, for a total of $347.29.

Currently, Maeyaert also faces charges for issuing dishonored checks in Renville, Jackson and Watonwan counties.

This is the records summary for Nov. 9.

Property damage

WILLMAR -- Damage to the window in a door, apparently from a BB or pellet, was reported around 8:15 a.m. Thursday along the 1100 block of Ninth Street Southeast.

District Court

Kandiyohi County

- Christopher Ray Maeyaert, 19, of Lucan, made his first appearance Thursday on a felony charge of check forgery for allegedly forging another man's checks at a Willmar business.

Unconditional bail was set at $10,000. His next appearance is Jan. 16.

According to the complaint, on Aug. 15, Willmar Police received information from Coborn's Inc. that four checks had been forged on a man's account at the Willmar Cash Wise Foods store. Information from the bank holding the account revealed that the checks had been stolen and were forged. The owner of the account told investigators he had previously dated a relative to Maeyaert.

Coborn's officials also had information that checks had been written on the same account at their stores in New Ulm and Hutchinson. A Redwood County Sheriff's deputy identified Maeyaert as the man in video surveillance footage from the stores, when comparing the images to jail booking mugs of Maeyaert.

Four checks were written to the local Cash Wise Foods, on July 4 and 5, for a total of $347.29.

Currently, Maeyaert also faces charges for issuing dishonored checks in Renville, Jackson and Watonwan counties.

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