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Records published Sept. 15

Here is the records summary for Sept. 15th:Crash north of Belgrade injures four BELGRADE -- Four people suffered nonlife-threatening injuries Monday in a two-vehicle accident that occurred around 3 p.m. about 12 miles north of Belgrade. A 2001 Do...

Here is the records summary for Sept. 15th:
Crash north of Belgrade injures four


BELGRADE - Four people suffered nonlife-threatening injuries Monday in a two-vehicle accident that occurred around 3 p.m. about 12 miles north of Belgrade.
A 2001 Dodge Dakota and a 2010 Chevrolet Silverado were involved in what the State Patrol described as a broadside collision.
Mark R. Michels , 62 , of Belgrade, was driver of the Dodge and Calvin D. Michels, 14 , city unknown, was his passenger.
Gordon A. Baardsen, 72 , of New York Mills, drove the Chevrolet and Lynne C. Baardsen, 70 , OF New York Mills, was his passenger. The State Patrol is investigating the accident. No more information was available at press time.

District Court
Kandiyohi County
A 45-year-old suspect made a first appearance in District Court Monday on a felony charge of fourth-degree assault against a correctional employee.
William Dee Barnett, of Willmar, is accused of assaulting a correctional officer at the Kandiyohi County Jail last month.
The officer sustained a facial cut. According to court records, Barnett was an inmate at the jail when the alleged attack occurred.
He allegedly lunged across a cartful of dinner trays and pushed the stack of trays at the correctional officer.
His attorney has filed a motion to dismiss the charge, citing lack of probable cause.
Vandalism
WILLMAR - Gang-related graffiti was found on a utility box this past weekend in the 1000 block of Sixth Street Southeast. The incident was reported to authorities on Monday.
Theft


WILLMAR - Paperwork and a small amount of cash were reportedly stolen from a truck while it was parked overnight in a driveway in the 900 block of Becker Avenue Southeast.
The theft was reported Sunday to Willmar Police.

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