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Records published Sept. 24

This is the records summary for Sept. 24.Accident injures pedestrian WILLMAR -- A 42-year-old Willmar woman was injured after a collision with a vehicle Tuesday morning at a Jennie-O Turkey Store parking lot in Willmar. According to police report...

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This is the records summary for Sept. 24.
Accident injures pedestrian

WILLMAR - A 42-year-old Willmar woman was injured after a collision with a vehicle Tuesday morning at a Jennie-O Turkey Store parking lot in Willmar.
According to police reports, Aurelia Perez was struck by a 1996 Toyota Forerunner driven by Veronica L. Esquilin, 30, of Willmar.
The Willmar Police Department and Willmar Ambulance were called around 7 a.m. to the parking lot, located on the 1500 block of 30th Street Southwest, on the report of a car versus pedestrian crash.
It was reported that Perez was transported to Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar with what were described as non-life-threatening injuries. Esquilin was cited for careless driving, police said.

Theft WILLMAR - It was reported on Monday evening that a tenant stole appliances, including a washer, dryer and air conditioner, from a property located on the 500 block of Ann Street Southeast in Willmar.
WILLMAR - A purse was reported stolen Tuesday morning from a vehicle parked inside an attached garage on the 200 block of 16th Avenue Northeast in Willmar.

District Court Kandiyohi County WILLMAR - Kimberly Jean Knopps, 28, New London, received a stay of adjudication when she was sentenced Tuesday on a felony charge of storing meth in the presence of a child.
Knopps was ordered to serve 30 days in Kandiyohi County Jail and serve five years of probation. Under a stay of adjudication, the conviction will not appear on her criminal record if she follows the terms of her probation, which include having no possession of drugs and alcohol and submitting to random testing.
Another individual, Christopher Adam Granger, 31, New London, also faced charges stemming from an August incident when CEE-IV Drug Task Force performed a search warrant on a New London residence. He was also charged with felony storing meth in the presence of a child and received a stay of adjudication when he was sentenced last week.
According to the complaint, agents found Knopps, Granger and another person at the residence, along with meth pipes, smoking devices, scales and bags. Both Knopps and Granger allegedly admitted to smoking meth at the home and knowing that an 8-year-old child visits the home on a regular basis.

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