This is the records summary for May 19. Missing juvenile ALEXANDRIA — The Stearns County Sheriff's Office and the Alexandria Police Department are searching for Tekoa Omega Dotson, 17. She has been missing since late Monday or early Tuesday. Law enforcement, in a news release, said Dotson could be in the Brooten-Belgrade area or in the St. Cloud metro area, though her current whereabouts are unknown.
This is the records summary for May 18. Theft BLOMKEST — A yellow go-kart was stolen from the backyard of a residence on Renstrom Street Northeast and a 2008 Polaris Outlaw ATV was taken from the back of a truck at the same residence. The incident was reported at 9:24 a.m. Wednesday. WILLMAR — A diamond wedding ring was reported stolen at 12:29 p.m. Tuesday from the 900 block of Willmar Avenue Southeast. Assault
This is the records summary for May 17. One injured in rollover north of Montevideo MONTEVIDEO — Dustin Mark Moe, 18, of Henning, was injured when his 1999 Pontiac Grand Am left Minnesota Highway 29 north of Montevideo around 7 a.m. Monday. Moe was southbound about four miles north of town when his vehicle vaulted over a field approach and rolled, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. He was transported to the Chippewa County-Montevideo Hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. He was wearing a seat belt.
This is the records summary for May 16. Two arrested in New London drug raid WILLMAR — Two New London residents were arrested early Monday after a search warrant was executed at a New London home.
WILLMAR — The former Carmike Kandi 6 movie theater in Willmar has been renamed AMC Classic Kandi 6 following a change in ownership. According to a news release, shareholders of the Georgia-based Carmike Cinemas in November approved the sale of the company to the Chinese-owned AMC Entertainment for $33.06 a share, making AMC the largest theater chain in the country. The Willmar theater was given the new name in March, when AMC announced the rebranding after the sale.
WILLMAR — The housing market in Willmar increased its supply of homes in the month of April, over the same time last year, according to the West Central Association of Realtors. There was a 6.4-month supply of homes for sale in April, compared to 4.5 homes at this time last year. This means home buyers had more properties from which to choose. Total home sales in April were up 23 percent. While closed sales in Willmar held steady, the total closed sales in the entire west central region decreased by 16 percent.
WILLMAR — There were 92 building, mechanical and plumbing permits approved in April by the city of Willmar. The projects totaled an estimated $3,004,971 in value, with the city collecting $30,298 in fees. Year to date there has been 187 permits, totaling $7,958,748 in value and $80,223 in fees. Among the permits in April, there was one new housing permit, 25 residential reroof permits, three permits to repair flooded basements and 11 permits to replace furnaces, water heaters and air conditioners. Significant permits include the following:
WILLMAR — Carl Myers has accepted a position with Fladeboe Land as a Realtor. Myers will specialize in selling farm and hunting land. Myers has been working as a real estate agent since 2003, concentrating on commercial and farmland. His previous experience includes financial consulting, working in the grain business and working as a loan officer for Norwest Banks. Myers also served in the United States Army.
WILLMAR — Amy Doyle has joined the Edward Jones branch office of Jeanne Ashburn in Willmar as a branch office administrator. She will be responsible for the daily operation of the office located at 2211 S. First St., Suite 130, in Willmar, along with providing client service and marketing support.
WILLMAR—Two New London residents were arrested in the early morning hours Monday after a narcotic search warrant was executed at a New London home by the CEE-VI Drug and Gang Task Force and the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office SWAT team. During a search of the residence, task force agents discovered approximately 2.3 pounds of methamphetamine with an estimated street value of approximately $30,000. About three-quarters of a pound of marijuana, a 9-mm semi-automatic rifle and a .308-caliber rifle were also located.