This is the records summary for March 5.
WILLMAR -- Willmar police said Virginia M. Breyer, 62, of Willmar was hurt when the van she was operating backed over her leg or legs below the knee at 10:45 a.m. Friday at Seventh Street and Trott Avenue Southwest. She was taken by ambulance to Rice Hospital in Willmar for treatment.
An initial complaint report said the van was incapable of being put into park due to mechanical problems.
When the shifter was put in the park position it was really in reverse, according to the report. Police said Breyer either forgot or was unfamiliar with the van, and when she got out of the van it backed over her.
SPICER -- A 20-year-old man from Willmar and a 24-year-old man from Spicer were arrested Thursday by the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office in connection with a gas drive-off at Jahnke Foods in Spicer.
The Willmar man was charged with driving after revocation and liability for crimes of another. The Spicer man was charged with theft and liability for crimes of another.
WILLMAR -- An individual driving a late model red Chevy Impala drove off Thursday afternoon without paying $48.99 for gas at Little Dukes in Willmar, according to Willmar police. The individual was described as a male between the ages of 20 and 30.
RAYMOND -- Venison valued at $50 was taken from a freezer in an unattached garage in the 300 block of Third Street in Raymond. Entry was gained by breaking the door, which received $175 in damage. The Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office is investigating.
- Randy James Parlett, 28, of Dilworth, and formerly of New London, pleaded guilty Thursday to two misdemeanor charges of domestic assault.
As part of a plea agreement, a felony for terroristic threats will be dismissed. He will be sentenced April 7.
The charges were filed after a Kandiyohi County sheriff's deputy was called Nov. 4 to take a terroristic threats report. A woman reported she and Parlett had a long-term relationship and several children together. She said he was verbally abusive, violent and controlling. She said he threatened to kill her if she was cheating on him. She said he would steal the children and run away with them.
Another woman told the deputy Parlett had called her asking where the woman and children were and said she heard Parlett threaten to kill the woman while they were on the phone.
- Abigail Marie Woods, 19, of Willmar, made her first appearance Thursday on two felony charges of fifth-degree drug possession and theft for allegedly taking another person's prescription medication.
Unconditional bail was set at $10,000 with conditional release allowed on her personal recognizance. Her next appearance is March 11.
According to the complaint, Willmar police were called Jan. 20 regarding the theft of prescription medication. A woman reported someone had taken her Adderall medication out of the capsules and returned the empty capsules to the medicine bottle.
Woods was interviewed and allegedly admitted to emptying the Adderall from the capsules. The medication is a Schedule II controlled substance.
Mark Daniel Boeschen, Willmar; Amy Elizabeth Helfinstine, Willmar
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