This is the records summary for June 22.
Girl to hospital after car-bicycle crash
WILLMAR -- A 14-year-old girl was taken by ambulance to Rice Memorial Hospital after a car-bicycle crash around 6:30 p.m. Sunday along Willmar Avenue near Fourth Street Southwest.
According to the crash report, Jicela Anguiano rode a bike northbound across Willmar Avenue in front of a 1999 Ford driven by Jaclyn Dahlager, 26, of Willmar. A passenger on the bike had jumped off just prior to the impact with the vehicle and was not hurt.
A 12-year-old girl who was a front-seat passenger in the car may have suffered an eye injury due to flying glass from the broken windshield. Dahlager and another passenger were not injured.
WILLMAR -- The theft of a washing machine from a rental home was reported around 7:45 a.m. Monday along North Eagle Road.
RAYMOND -- Damage to deadbolt locks was reported around 7 a.m. Monday at the Raymond Community Center.
SPICER -- A 21-year-old New London man was arrested on charges of boating while impaired around 6 p.m. Sunday on Green Lake. Another man on the boat, a 20-year-old New London man, was arrested for underage consumption and an outstanding warrant.
WILLMAR -- A report that a 4-year-old boy was bitten by a dog was taken around 8:15 p.m. Sunday at Robbins Island Park.
- Rodney Gene Vega Jr., 20, of Pennock, made his first appearance Monday on two felony charges, for third-degree drug sale and for storing methamphetamine paraphernalia in the presence of a child.
Unconditional bail was set at $30,000 with conditional bail at $2,000. His next appearance is June 28.
According to the paraphernalia charge, CEE-VI Drug Task Force agents were conducting surveillance Friday on a Willmar residence. They were looking for Vega, who had a warrant on the drug sale charge. They observed Vega come to a window and look out at the street. The officers went to the door, where they asked a woman if Vega was there. She went to get him. Also present at the time were three children, ages 10, 5 and an infant. When Vega was searched, officers found a glass pipe on him. It tested positive for meth.
The drug sale charge stems from the alleged purchase of 2.5 grams of meth by a CEE-VI informant on Nov. 11, 2008. According to the complaint, the informant bought the drugs from Vega at a trailer in Regency West. The drugs were tested by the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and determined to be meth weighing 2.5 grams.
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