Records, Nov. 18, 2006
District Court Pope County * Three women were released on their own recognizance after making initial appearances Thursday on charges stemming from a theft report at the Pamida store in Glenwood. They are Monica Luna Coronado, 36, of Willmar; Ama...
* Three women were released on their own recognizance after making initial appearances Thursday on charges stemming from a theft report at the Pamida store in Glenwood.
They are Monica Luna Coronado, 36, of Willmar; Amanda Kay Schrupp, 24, of Willmar; and Jodi Lynn Espelien, 37, of New London. All were released on their own recognizance. Further proceedings are scheduled for Tuesday, according to a court spokeswoman.
Coronado is charged with aiding and abetting felony theft and conspiracy to commit felony theft.
Schrupp is charged with felony theft, conspiracy to commit felony theft and fifth-degree controlled substance crime -- possession.
Espelien is charged with aiding and abetting felony theft, conspiracy to commit felony theft and fifth-degree controlled substance crime -- methamphetamine.
They were apprehended and charged after the Glenwood Police Department with assistance from the Pope County Sheriff's Office, K-9 unit, State Patrol and Starbuck Police Department responded to a suspected theft call at Pamida. The suspects were taken into custody and held in the Todd County Jail until Thursday.
* Jessica Jordan, 24, of rural Starbuck was released on her own recognizance after making an initial appearance Friday in District Court on charges relating to the burglary of the Waska Wash laundry on Tuesday in Glenwood.
Glenwood Police Chief David Thompson said the search continues for the change machine. He said any help from the public in finding the machine is appreciated.
WILLMAR -- Willmar police investigated several thefts Thursday and Friday.
A substantial amount of money was taken in a bank deposit bag between 4:15 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. from Thursday the Family Dollar Store. The theft was reported by two store employees.
Police said Red Wing shoes, a cell phone, a radio and two flashlights were taken from an unlocked car parked in the 2000 block of Prairie Lane Southwest.
Police are looking for a Hispanic male in his 30s as a suspect in the theft early Friday morning of a cell phone charger and other items from a pickup truck parked at the Fairview Apartments. The owner of the truck saw the suspect and called the police.
PENNOCK -- An AM/FM radio was taken from a 1983 Ford Bronco parked Thursday morning in the 200 block of Second Street Northwest in Pennock following a break-in there.
Crash victims identified
WILLMAR -- Victims of a two-car crash Thursday morning at the intersection of County Road 5 and 206th Avenue Northwest near Kandiyohi County Park 7 have been identified.
They are Kristen Ellingson, 29, of Sunburg, and Bonnie Kleman, 53, of New London. They were taken by ambulance to Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar where a spokeswoman said they were treated and released.
Thomas Eugene Nielsen, Willmar; Alison Marie McChesney, Willmar
Jacob Anthony Pulsifer, New London; Julie Ann Iverson, Spicer
Pedro Patlan, Willmar; Sandra Vasquez, Willmar
Christopher Duane Wharton, Spicer; Jody Lynn Danielson, Spicer
Chance Leeroy Koelln, Willmar; Tabitha Marie Wellbrook, Willmar
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