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Records published June 19, 2017

This is the records summary for June 19, 2017

Crashes

MONTEVIDEO - Three people were treated at the Chippewa County-Montevideo for injuries they suffered in a two-vehicle collision in Lac qui Parle County at 4:20 p.m. on Sunday.

A 2002 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Lyndsey Leah Moe, 22, of Montevideo, was east bound on 220th Street and a 2005 Pontiac G6 driven by Phillip Everet Peters, 23, of Montevideo, was west bound on 220th Street. The vehicles collided on the crest of a hill in Lac qui Parle Township, located between Dawson and Montevideo, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

Both drivers and a passenger in the Pontiac G6, Nicole Ann Jurgenson, 21, of Dawson, were transported to the Chippewa County- Montevideo Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.  Alcohol was not a factor in the accident. Moe was wearing a seatbelt and Peters and Jurgenson were not, according to the accident report.

The State Patrol, Chippewa County Sheriff’s Department and Montevideo Ambulance Service responded.

RICHMOND — A driver and passenger on a motorcycle were hurt when they attempted to turn left in front of a 2011 Ford Taurus and lost control on Trunk Highway 23 at Stearns County Road 43 in Richmond at 3:14 p.m. on Saturday.

Daniel Bernard Yarke, 54 was driving a 2004 Harley Davidson. He lost control as he attempted a left turn and laid down the motorcycle and slid into the oncoming Taurus, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

Yarke and his passenger, Arlene Lavonne Yarke, 55, both of Richmond, were treated at the St. Cloud Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.

The driver of the Taurus, Craig Harvey Schuck, 47, of New London, and his passengers, Shana Rae Shuck, 45, of Spicer, and Brianna Rae Shuck, 11, were not injured.

MELROSE — Three people were treated for non-life threatening injuries at the scene of a head-on crash on Stearns County Road 31 about one-half mile west of County Road 12 in Grove Township at 12:51 p.m. on Sunday, the Stearns County Sheriff's reported.

A 2003 Buick Regal and a 2004 Ford F150 collided in the middle of County Road 31. The Ford F150 was pulling a camper.

Persons involved in the accident included Brett Feurhake, 16, of Brooten, Robert Kulzer, 49, of Richmond, and Deanna Kulzer, 45, of Richmond.

The Melrose Ambulance treated the occupants of the vehicles at the scene and none were transported. One driver was cited for inattentive driving. Alcohol was not a factor in the accident.

Thefts

WILLMAR — Two male suspects in suit coats fled with two baked, pepperoni pizzas they ordered online from a convenience store on the 2300 block of Highway 12 East in Willmar at 1:27 a.m. Sunday. The men had ordered online which registered a phone number and name.

They left on foot toward the Holiday Inn and appeared intoxicated, according to a report to police on the incident.

WILLMAR — A party left a Willmar motel on the 200 block of 28th Street Southeast on Saturday without paying a bill totaling $1,538.18, according to a report made to police.

WILLMAR — A male and female set off alarms running out of a Willmar store on the 3000 block of First Street South with unpaid merchandise. The two ran toward the Country Inn & Suites, callers told police. The male was dressed in a plaid shirt and tan shorts and the female in a white shirt.

Vandalism

BELGRADE — A vehicle was driven around the infield and left tracks and caused damage to grass on the baseball field on the 29000 block of 145th Street Northeast in Belgrade. It was reported at 3 a.m. Sunday. The field has suffered vandalism due to the use of vehicles on the field earlier this summer as well.

NEW LONDON - The owner of a trailer on the 19000 block of 59th Street Northeast, New London, reported Friday evening that the trailer had been damaged.

Wrong house

Spicer — A caller contacted police when an intoxicated male attempted to enter the wrong house on the 100 block of Lakeview Drive in Spicer at 2:46 a.m. on Sunday.

The male said he did not know where he was and was trying to get into his own house. He was turned over to his parents.

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