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Records published April 17

The following contains the records summary for April 17. Crash WILLMAR -- A vehicle reportedly crashed with a bicycle around 7 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of First Street South and 19th Avenue Southeast in Willmar. Minor injuries were repo...

The following contains the records summary for April 17.
Crash


WILLMAR - A vehicle reportedly crashed with a bicycle around 7 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of First Street South and 19th Avenue Southeast in Willmar. Minor injuries were reported and no one was transported to the hospital, according to police reports.
Montevideo man alleged to have stolen vehicles, fish house
GLENWOOD - A 44-year-old Montevideo man faces multiple felony charges in both Pope and Chippewa counties for allegedly stealing two pickup trucks and a fish house during two separate incidents.
David Allen Anderson faces one count of felony theft in Chippewa County for allegedly stealing a Dodge Ram pickup truck and Ice Castle fish house from American Surplus in Montevideo April 7 or 8. He pleaded not guilty to these charges Tuesday.
Anderson also faces felony charges of theft and receiving stolen property in Pope County for allegedly stealing a man’s pickup truck April 8 in Hancock. Court dates on this charge have yet to be set.
According to the criminal complaint filed in Pope County, Anderson was arrested around 6:30 a.m. April 8 for motor vehicle theft from a Hancock residence.
Earlier that morning Anderson allegedly had gotten the pickup truck stolen from American Surplus stuck on a dirt road. He then allegedly went to a nearby residence and stole a man’s truck.
The man’s wife told law enforcement that she was awoken by someone in her home yelling. She then got up and saw their pickup, a 2003 Ford F-150, driving away. She said no one had permission to take the vehicle.
Law enforcement arrived on scene and found the stolen pickup truck stuck on the dirt road. The license plates registered as stolen from American Surplus.
According to the criminal complaint filed in Chippewa County, a Montevideo police officer was dispatched to American Surplus following the report of a stolen pickup truck and fish house, both of which were stolen April 7 or 8 while they were staged outside of American Surplus.
The Dodge Ram was purchased for $25,971 and the Ice Castle fish house retails for $24,000, according to the complaint.
A man at American Surplus told the Montevideo police officer that Anderson was there April 7 and talking about “stealing vehicles and a forklift in the past and that he would do it again,” the criminal complaint states.
District Court
Kandiyohi County


WILLMAR - Travis David Baron, 25, of Willmar, was sentenced Wednesday on a felony domestic assault charge.
Baron received a prison sentence of more than two years, stayed for five years.
According to the criminal complaint on the charge, a Willmar police officer was dispatched to a report of domestic assault at a residence in the southwest part of the city. A man there reported that Baron had struck him in the face numerous times.

WILLMAR - Eric Cristian Shold, 38, of Willmar, was sentenced Wednesday on a felony charge of domestic assault stemming from a February incident.
Shold was sentenced Wednesday to one year of prison time, which was stayed for five years.
As the result of a plea agreement, additional felony charges of domestic assault, fifth-degree assault, first-degree tampering with a witness, domestic assault by strangulation and false imprisonment were dismissed.
According to the criminal complaint on the charges, the incident occurred Feb. 7 in the 900 block of 20th Avenue Southwest.
A Willmar police officer arrived on scene and spoke to a woman, who said she had been assaulted by Shold.
According to the criminal complaint, the woman said he had been trying to control her, not letting her out of a bedroom for several days.
She showed the officer bruises on her arms, chest and wrist allegedly caused by Shold grabbing her and pinning her against the wall. The woman also said Shold had strangled her.
She allegedly placed a 911 call a few weeks earlier to report that she was being abused by Shold, but Shold allegedly threatened the woman to not tell the officers what was happening.

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