Records for June 4
This is the records summary for June 4.
Brooten teen hurt in Sunday night crash
BROOTEN — A 17-year-old Brooten girl was taken to Glacial Ridge Hospital in Glenwood for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries suffered in a motor vehicle crash just before 10 p.m. Sunday in Brooten.
According to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office, Marissa Quade was attempting to enter the parking lot of RJ’s Mini Mart, along the 700 block of State Highway 55, when she missed the entrance and drove her 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix into a steep ditch on the east side of the driveway.
Her passenger, Marisa Jacobson, 15, of Brooten, was not injured.
Also responding were the Brooten ambulance and fire departments.
Sunburg man hurt in Stearns County crash
SAUK CENTRE — A 42-year-old Sunburg man was taken by private party to the Sauk Centre hospital for treatment of injuries suffered in a motorcycle crash around 4:50 p.m. Sunday southwest of Sauk Centre.
According to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office, Robert Olson was westbound on County Road 18 near 330th Street when his 1983 Honda Goldwing cycle hit some gravel on the roadway and Olson lost control.
Also responding were the Sauk Centre ambulance and fire departments.
WILLMAR — The theft of a hood from a 4010 John Deere tractor was reported around 11:50 a.m. Monday at Ridgewater College, 2101 15th Ave. N.W. The item was taken from a storage shed.
WILLMAR — The theft of a identification, debit and food stamp cards and cash was reported around 8:40 p.m. Sunday at Wal-Mart, 700 19th Ave. S.E.
WILLMAR — An assault, that allegedly happened two weeks ago, was reported around 11 a.m. Monday along the 400 block of Minnesota Avenue Southeast.
WILLMAR — Damage to a vehicle was reported around 10:15 a.m. Monday along the 1000 block of Olena Avenue Southeast.
WILLMAR — Damage to an apartment building entry was reported around 8 p.m. Sunday along the 100 block of Minnesota Avenue Southwest.
WILLMAR — The theft of a television from a vehicle was reported around 9:10 a.m. Saturday along the 600 block of Second Street Southeast.
WILLMAR — The theft of a tackle box and tackle was reported around 11:15 a.m. Saturday along the 1400 block of Hansen Drive Southwest.
WILLMAR — The theft of items from a vehicle was reported around 6:15 a.m. Saturday along the 2800 block of North Eagle Road.
WILLMAR — A home burglary was reported around 12:25 a.m. Saturday along the 700 block of Third Street Southwest. Electronic items were missing from the residence.
* Edwin Efrain Castellon Lopez, 25, of Willmar, made his first appearance Monday on five felony charges of forgery, aggravated forgery and perjury for using another man’s name to work.
According to the complaint, Willmar police came in contact with Castellon Lopez on Dec. 25, 2009, after the vehicle he was driving almost hit a city snowplow that morning.
Castellon Lopez was arrested and charged with gross misdemeanor charges of driving while impaired, plus a misdemeanor charge of driving without a valid license.
According to that court file, Willmar police officers were called around 7:15 a.m. Dec. 25, 2009, to investigate a report that a vehicle had almost struck a snowplow. They arrived, found a Chevy Blazer stuck in a snowbank and, with the assistance of public works personnel, located the driver, Lopez, walking away from the vehicle.
He was given a preliminary breath test, which showed a blood-alcohol level of 0.09 percent and he was arrested. Lopez allegedly admitted to driving, said that he had drunk five beers and that he did not remember seeing a snowplow.
According to the forgery complaint, investigating officers found an Illinois identification card and a Jennie-O Turkey Store employee ID on Castellon Lopez in the name of Humberto Cadena Jr.
The investigation revealed that Castellon Lopez was working for Jennie-O through We Staff and had signed multiple employment documents falsely in the Cadena name.
His next appearance is June 17 in both the forgery and drunken driving cases.
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