Records published April 11

This is the records summary for April 11.Willmar man hurt in Douglas County crashALEXANDRIA -- A Willmar man was injured in a two-vehicle accident Friday night in Douglas County but his three passengers -- all children under the age of 9 -- escap...

This is the records summary for April 11.
Willmar man hurt in Douglas County crash
ALEXANDRIA - A Willmar man was injured in a two-vehicle accident Friday night in Douglas County but his three passengers - all children under the age of 9 - escaped without injury.
According to the State Patrol, Raymond Matkiewicz, 26, of Willmar, was driving a 2003 Pontiac Bonneville north on state Highway 29, south of Alexandria, at around 8:48 p.m. when he fell asleep while driving.
The vehicle drifted into the southbound lane and sideswiped a 2007 Volvo semi truck that was going south.
Matkiewicz and his passengers, Drayden Douvier, 8, Faythe Matkiewicz, 7, and Rodney Matkiewicz, 1, were transported to the Douglas County Hospital in Alexandria. The report does not indicate the hometown of the children.
Raymond Matkiewcz had non-life-threatening injuries, according to the State Patrol report. The children had no apparent injuries.
The driver of the semi, Rebecca Delacruz, 32, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, had no apparent injury.
Alcohol was not a factor in the accident, according to the report.
SPICER - A piece of large equipment called a cherry-picker was reported stolen at 3:16 p.m. Saturday from the 7000 block of 153rd Avenue.
HAWICK - A gold, four-door Grand Cherokee Jeep was reported stolen at 7 p.m. Friday from the 23000 block of state Highway 23 Northeast.
NEW LONDON - A 31-year-old New London man was arrested Saturday night and is being held in the Kandiyohi County Jail on charges of obstructing legal process and disorderly conduct. The pending charges stem from a domestic disturbance that was reported around 10 p.m. in the 300 block of Redwood Street.

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