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Records published July 8

The following contains the records summary for July 8. Car collides with semitrailer in spicer SPICER -- No injuries were reported as the result of an accident between a car and semitrailer occurring around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday along Minnesota Highw...

The following contains the records summary for July 8.
Car collides with semitrailer in spicer

 
SPICER - No injuries were reported as the result of an accident between a car and semitrailer occurring around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday along Minnesota Highway 23 in Spicer.
Thomas James Kororll, 54, of Sartell, was reportedly driving a semi eastbound on Highway 23 and stopped at the intersection with Lake Avenue South when his semi was stuck from behind by a Ford Taurus driven by Phillip James Demore, 24, of Roseville, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Neither Kororll nor Demore sustained any injuries. The Taurus reportedly sustained major damages and the semi was damaged, but drivable.
Demore was reportedly cited for inattentive driving, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
District Court
Kandiyohi County

 
WILLMAR - A 57-year-old Willmar man made his first appearance Tuesday on a felony charge of violating a domestic abuse no contact order.
Todd Merrill Steffen was reportedly released on his own recognize Tuesday and will make his next court appearance July 20.
According to the criminal complaint on the charge, Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched Saturday night to a Raymond residence, where they spotted Steffen allegedly sitting outside of the residence by a bonfire.
Law enforcement allegedly spoke with a woman at the residence who said someone had invited Steffen to the residence and he had been there most of the day. While she said she was not concerned about him earlier, she said she became fearful after he started to drink.
Law enforcement confirmed that Steffen is currently prohibited to have no contact with the woman by order of a domestic abuse no contact order.
During an interview with law enforcement, Steffen allegedly said he did not think an order for protection was still in place. He said he was at the residence to visit with his family members.

WILLMAR - Ruby Tello, 29, of Willmar pleaded guilty Monday to a felony charge of violating a no contact order and a gross misdemeanor charge of fifth-degree assault.
The charges stem from two separate incidents. The felony charge results from an incident occurring in May at the residence of her ex-boyfriend, who she is prohibited to have contact with by order of a domestic abuse no contact order.
The gross misdemeanor charge stems from an incident reported in January in which she allegedly scratched a man’s neck, causing it to bleed.
As a result of the plea agreement, a felony charge of domestic assault will be dismissed in this case upon sentencing Aug. 11.

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