This is the records summary for Sept. 24, 2017 Criminal damage to property KANDIYOHI — A garage door was spray painted and a yard was toilet-papered at a home on the 300 block of 4th Street North in Kandiyohi at 1:29 p.m. Saturday. The vandalism took place overnight, the report said. OHV roll over WILLMAR — An off-highway vehicle rolled into a ditch on 75th Avenue West in Willmar, pinning the driver in the vehicle. The driver was not injured. The incident took place Sunday at 12:22 p.m.
This is the records summary for Aug. 22, 2017 Suspicious NEW LONDON — A caller reported a suspicious driver at 10:23 a.m. Friday at the 17000 block of 8th Street Northwest in New London. According to the caller, the driver had come down the dead end road and opened the caller's and the neighbor's mailbox. The driver was sitting very low in an older green Buick the caller said. Law enforcement checked out the area and were unable to locate anything. Vehicle incident
This is the marriage licenses summary for Aug. 22, 2017 Marriages Kylee Jo Hulscher, Willmar; Kevin James Unger, Spicer Jessica Guadalupe Moyorga, Willmar; Jose Alexander Rapalo Deras, Willmar Vanessa Reyes, Willmar; Alfonso Luna, Willmar Andrew Steven Asche, Willmar; Celestine Margaret McGill, Willmar Cody Phillip Krogfus, Willmar; Samantha Jo Broten, Willmar Kyra Lynn Hanson, Kerkhoven; Darrin Duane Becklund, Kerkhoven Andrew Kevin Johnson, Chanhassen; Trisha Mae Vlaminck, Chanhassen
This is the records summary for September 22, 2017. No one injured in Renville County crash OLIVIA — No one was injured in a two-vehicle crash at an uncontrolled intersection crash in Renville County around 10:46 a.m. on Sunday. The Renville County Sheriff's Department reported that a 2012 Ford pickup and a 2000 Dodge Dakota collided near the intersection of 670th Avenue and 440th Street, which is approximately two miles north of Highway 19 in Bandon Township.
The doors will open for "Dancing With the Atwater Area Stars" at 6 p.m. Saturday at the ACGC High School theatre in Grove City. The Atwater Area Help for Seniors Program benefit begins with a silent auction of hand-crafted items which were all made by community members at 6 p.m. followed by the dance competition at 7:30 p.m. The dance couples are Sarah and David Blom, Patty and Joel Gratz, Tricia and Matt Lilleberg, Deb and Lee Mickle, Cindy and Christian Strickland, and Sandy and Pat Walsh.
WILLMAR — The Country Quilters 2017 Quilt Show will feature 300 traditional, antique, contemporary and fiber art quilts. Show time is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Willmar Civic Center. Admission to the biennial show, the guild's major fundraiser, is $5 for adults; children 12 and under will be admitted free.
WILLMAR — The Barn Theatre presents "Flaming Idiots" at 7:30 p.m. today through Saturday and Sept. 28-30 with 2 p.m. matinees Sunday and Oct. 1. The show, written by comedic genius Tom Rooney, tells the story of Carl, played by Allen Clark, and Phil, played by Gabe Ryland, when they decide the ladder to success at the post office is missing a few rungs.
MONTEVIDEO — Michael Scott Christie, 63, of Lame Deer, Montana, pleaded guilty Monday in Chippewa County District Court to two felony charges of financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult. A pre-sentence investigation was ordered and sentencing scheduled for Oct. 31. Christie's wife, Martina Annette Christie, 61, faces 12 felony charges for alleged financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult. She made her first court appearance earlier this month. The charges allege that the couple exploited $340,000 from the estate of Michael Christie's mother.
This is the records summary for Sept. 20 Lost dentures WILLMAR — A man told police that he lost his dentures while riding his bicycle in the dark. The incident was reported at 3:35 p.m. Monday in the area of Gorton Avenue Northwest and 20 Street Northwest.
WILLMAR — A Willmar lawmaker, whose son died as a result of an addiction to opioids, is asking President Trump to declare the opioid crisis as a public emergency. Dave Baker said Monday that he — along with fellow Republican and Speaker of the House Kurt Daudt — sent a letter asking Trump to formally designate the opioid epidemic as a public emergency.