Records published May 9
The following contains the records summary for May 9.Wanted suspect WILLMAR -- The Lower Sioux Police Department seeks the public's help in locating Mark James Blue, who has three outstanding warrants in Redwood County for felony criminal sexual ...
The following contains the records summary for May 9.
WILLMAR - The Lower Sioux Police Department seeks the public’s help in locating Mark James Blue, who has three outstanding warrants in Redwood County for felony criminal sexual conduct and controlled substance crimes.
Blue is known to frequent the Lower Sioux Reservation, Morton and Redwood Falls areas, according to the Lower Sioux Police Department.
The Willmar Police Department also reported on its Facebook page that Blue has ties to the Willmar area.
Those with information are urged to call Kandiyohi County dispatch at 320-235-2244.
WILLMAR - Just in time for the fishing opener: A sonar unit for locating fish was reported stolen Thursday afternoon from a property on the 11000 block of north Shore Drive, Spicer
SPICER - Nine cows were reported missing in a wildlife area Friday morning on the 6000 block of 9th Avenue Northeast Spicer, between Twin Lakes and Elkhorn Lake.
WILLMAR - A resident in a neighborhood on the southeast corner of Foot Lake in Willmar reported being harassed by youth when they exit their school bus at the end of the school day. The resident reported that some of the youth have thrown items at the house and came into the yard and taken things.
WILLMAR - The case against Humberto Acevedo Jr., a Willmar man who previously faced a charge of felony second-degree assault, was dismissed Friday.
Judge Donald Spilseth dismissed the charge during a court trial, according to court files.
Acevedo, 33, is alleged to have stabbed a man in June near the intersection of U.S. Highway 71 and Kandiyohi County Road 3. The man reportedly was left with a stab wound in his abdomen measuring about three-quarters of an inch.
Public defender Jay Liedman submitted a court file last week notifying the court that Acevedo would assert during his court trial that self-defense played a role in the incident.
“(Acevedo) asserts Perez attacked him with a rod and broke his hand before defendant was able to fend Perez off with a pocket knife,” the document states.
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