Records published Feb. 14
This is the records summary for Feb. 14. Two hurt in three-vehicle mishap near Litchfield LITCHFIELD -- Two people suffered injuries in a three-vehicle mishap at 7:15 a.m. Friday on U.S. Highway 12 west of Litchfield. According to the Minnesota S...
This is the records summary for Feb. 14.
Two hurt in three-vehicle mishap near Litchfield
LITCHFIELD - Two people suffered injuries in a three-vehicle mishap at 7:15 a.m. Friday on U.S. Highway 12 west of Litchfield.
According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a 2009 Volkswagen CC Sport and a 2015 Honda CR-V were westbound but at a stop and waiting on Highway 12 for a vehicle to turn left into the parking lot of a business. A 2001 Chevrolet Lumina driven by Jessy Nordgren, 25, of Spicer, was westbound on the highway at the posted speed and struck the rear of the Honda CR-V, pushing it into the rear of the Volkswagen CC Sport.
Nordgren and the driver of the Honda CR-V, Kim Boysen, 58, of Buffalo, were transported to Meeker Memorial Hospital in Litchfield by ambulance for non-life-threatening injuries. The driver of the Volkswagen, Sommer Day, 37, of Litchfield, was not injured.
Driver reportedly runs over pedestrian’s foot
WILLMAR - A caller told Willmar police that a vehicle rode over the foot of a pedestrian and failed to stop despite the victim pounding on the vehicle. The incident was reported at 3:27 p.m. on Thursday in the Kandi Mall parking lot.
The vehicle was described as a silver, four-door car and the driver as a woman in her 30s with blond, wavy hair.
WILLMAR - Icy conditions are blamed for three incidents in which a fire hydrant, two mailboxes and a tree were struck by vehicles, but the drivers drove away from the scenes.
A resident reported that what appeared to be a white truck with a topper crashed into a fire hydrant near the intersection of Kimberly Street and Sixth Avenue in Spicer during the early morning Friday.
A New London resident reported Thursday afternoon that a vehicle apparently skidded on an ice-covered road and smashed a mailbox on the 200 block of Third Avenue.
A Willmar resident reported that what appeared to be a silver Honda Civic hit and smashed a mailbox Wednesday evening and hit a tree but drove away from the site on the 1500 block of Seventh Street Southwest.
WILLMAR - A motorist reported that someone was throwing materials off the 15th Street and Minnesota Highway 23 overpass at 11:42 p.m. on Thursday.
WILLMAR - A woman came home and heard footsteps and saw the second floor lights turned on when they should not have been, according to a burglary report filed Wednesday afternoon. A search found no items missing and no suspect in the home on the 700 block of 15th Street Southwest in Willmar.
SPICER - A thief or thieves broke into a coin box at a business on the 100 block of Access Drive in Spicer, it was reported Friday morning.
WILLMAR - Police are investigating a report than an acquaintance stole a woman’s debit card and took $70 from the account on Wednesday.
WILLMAR - A woman asked for police help Wednesday evening after reporting that her 4-year-old son stole money and toys while attending a church-sponsored party. The report said she was advised of appropriate avenues for confronting the issues she was having with her child.
SPICER - A fish house on Green Lake near County Park No. 4 was damaged, it was reported Wednesday.
WILLMAR - Eggs were tossed at a house and vehicle parked in a driveway on the 1000 block of Meadow Lane Southwest, Willmar, it was reported around 11 p.m. Thursday.
Driver reportedly ignores railroad crossing arms
WILLMAR - A vehicle was reported to police for driving around cross arms at the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company crossing at 5:29 p.m. and 6:07 p.m. on Wednesday at Gorton Avenue and Seventh Street Northwest in Willmar. The vehicle drove around the cross arms going northbound and repeated the violation going southbound.
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