This is the records summary for Nov. 8.
Bloomington youth shot in hunting accident
MADISON -- The Lac qui Parle County Sheriff's Office said Jesse Gess, 16, of Bloomington was shot in a hunting accident Saturday afternoon approximately one mile south of the Big Stone refuge headquarters. The Sheriff's Office said the youth's father, Douglas Gess, was loading his shotgun when the gun accidently discharged.
The slug traveled through the pickup box into the cab and struck Jesse. The youth was brought to the Ortonville Hospital by his father. No other information was released by the sheriff's office.
The matter is under investigation by Big Stone and Lac qui Parle counties.
WILLMAR -- The Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office investigated a one-vehicle crash Sunday morning in which four children suffered minor injuries and the driver, 33, of Renville, was charged with second-degree driving while impaired and criminal vehicular operation.
The crash occurred at 5:10 a.m. on 60th Street Southwest, south of state Highway 7. Authorities were called to the scene but found the car empty. Shortly thereafter, Rice Hospital notified authorities that four children were treated at the hospital's emergency room, according to an initial complaint report.
FAIRFAX -- Landon R. Henriksen, 21, of Springfield, was treated for minor injuries at Sleepy Eye Hospital after the car he was driving south on Highway 4 ran off the road and hit guard rails. The crash occurred at 2:04 a.m. Saturday, 4.4 miles south of Fairfax, the Minnesota State Patrol said.
Henriksen was alone in the car. The 1990 Oldsmobile Delta 88 was totaled. The Patrol was assisted by Bird Island Police Department, Fairfax Police Department and the Renville County Sheriff's Office.
BOYD -- The State Patrol said Kenneth A. Henriksen, 24, of Milbank, S.D., suffered minor injuries in a one-vehicle rollover at 2:30 a.m. Saturday. The Patrol said Henriksen was driving a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee south on Highway 275 when the vehicle rolled.
Henriksen was treated and released at Dawson Hospital. The Jeep was totaled. The Lac qui Parle County Sheriff's Office assisted at the scene.
WILLMAR -- The Willmar Police Department investigated five reports of damaged vehicle windows over the weekend.
Two incidents were reported Sunday. The passenger side window on a 2004 Chevy Monte Carlo, which was parked in the 900 block of Olaf Avenue Northwest, was shattered, resulting in $400 damage. Also, the driver's side window on a 1998 Mazda parked in the 500 block of Russell Street Northwest was broken but no entry was gained to the car.
Police investigated two reports on Saturday. One involved a 1997 Pontiac parked in the 500 block of Fourth Street Southeast in which the driver's side window was broken, causing $200 to $300 in damage. The other involved a 2000 Infinity parked at Wal-Mart.
On Friday evening, the passenger window of an Oldsmobile Cutlass parked in the 300 block of Becker Avenue Southwest was broken by a small object, resulting in $150 damage.