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Records published Oct. 28

Pedestrian injured after collision with vehicle Monday in Willmar WILLMAR -- A 58-year-old Willmar man was injured Monday after a collision with a car in Willmar. Frederick W. Hond was on a jog around 4:30 p.m., heading north in the 5100 block of...

Pedestrian injured after collision with vehicle Monday in Willmar

WILLMAR - A 58-year-old Willmar man was injured Monday after a collision with a car in Willmar.
Frederick W. Hond was on a jog around 4:30 p.m., heading north in the 5100 block of East Eagle Lake Road when he was stuck by a Ford Taurus driven by Forrest A. Honebrink, 77, of Willmar, according to Willmar Police Chief Jim Felt.
Hond was transported to Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar for what were reported as non-life-threatening injuries.
Responding to the accident were Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office, Willmar Ambulance and Kandiyohi County First Responders.
Willmar woman injured as result of accident Monday

WILLMAR - A 48-year-old Willmar woman was reportedly injured as the result of a car accident around 3:16 p.m. Monday.
Carmela R. Aguirre was reportedly stopped at a railroad crossing near the intersection of 30th Street Southwest and Willmar Avenue when the back end of her Chevy Silverado was struck by a Pontiac Bonneville driven by Nikole C. Porter, 22, of Prior Lake, according to Willmar Police Chief Jim Felt.
Aguirre suffered what were reported as non-life-threatening injuries and was transported to Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar.
Responding to the accident were the Willmar Police Department and Willmar Ambulance.
Criminal damage to property

WILLMAR - Damage to a vehicle was reported around 3:21 p.m. Sunday in the 800 block of Seventh Street Southwest in Willmar.
Theft

BLOMKEST - Theft of a pair of binoculars and a trailer hitch from a vehicle was reported around 1:15 p.m. Sunday in the 1100 block of 172nd Avenue Southwest in Blomkest.
WILLMAR - Theft of a GPS valued at $600 was reported around 9:46 a.m. Monday. The GPS was believed stolen on Thursday in the 700 block of Eighth Street Avenue Southwest in Willmar.
Disorderly conduct

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WILLMAR - A boy was cited for disorderly conduct around 1:15 p.m. Sunday at Prairie Lakes Youth Programs after staff called police.
Theft

WILLMAR - Theft of golfing equipment valued at $2,300 was reported around 7:21 p.m. Monday in the 3000 block of Eagle Lake Ridge Drive East in Willmar.
WILLMAR - Two women were cited for shoplifting around 11 p.m. Monday at Walmart in Willmar.
LAKE LILLIAN - A shed was reportedly broken into between 6:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday in the 4600 block of 120th Avenue Southeast in Lake Lillian.
SPICER - A credit card and Mac Book Pro were reported stolen from a vehicle around 7:57 p.m. Monday in the 7500 block of 158th Avenue Northeast in Spicer.
ATWATER - Theft of narcotics was reported around 9 a.m. Tuesday in the 6500 block of 159th Street Northeast in Atwater.
District Court Kandiyohi County

WILLMAR - Handerson Aron Tevalan, 20, of Willmar, made his first court appearance Tuesday on a felony charge of terroristic threats.
Unconditional bail was set at $20,000, cash or bond, and conditional bail was set at $1,000, cash or bond. Tevalan’s next court appearance is scheduled for Nov. 10.
According to the criminal complaint, a Willmar police officer was dispatched in March to the 300 block of Seventh Street Southwest in Willmar on a report of terroristic threats.
He met with a woman at the residence who said she had been receiving threatening text messages from Tevalan. She showed the text messages to the officer. Tevalan allegedly stated in the messages a number of threats, including that he would kill her and her father.
The officer then reportedly noticed that the text messages stopped coming in after he arrived at the location. The woman suspected that Tevalan was in the area and saw police parked outside.
The woman said she was scared and believed Tevalan was capable of killing her.

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