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Records published Sept. 26

This is the records summary for Sept. 26.Five arrested, numerous cited after underage party busted in Willmar WILLMAR -- Kandiyohi County sheriff's officers arrested five people Wednesday around 11 p.m. on the 800 block of Kings Drive in Willmar ...

This is the records summary for Sept. 26.
Five arrested, numerous cited after underage party busted in Willmar
WILLMAR - Kandiyohi County sheriff’s officers arrested five people Wednesday around 11 p.m. on the 800 block of Kings Drive in Willmar for allegedly hosting an underage drinking party.
The arrested individuals included two 19-year-old females, one 18-year-old male and two 20-year-old males, according to initial reports.
They were all cited for allegedly violating laws including the city’s Social Host Ordinance, which makes it illegal to host a gathering with underage drinking.
Also according to reports, a total of about 20 individuals between the ages of 18 and 20 were also cited for underage drinking.
Arrests
WILLMAR - A 20-year-old male was arrested for alleged offenses of underage drinking and driving and reckless driving Wednesday night at the intersection of 15th Street Northwest and 60th Avenue in Willmar.
WILLMAR - A 31-year-old man was arrested on a warrant and cited for possession of drug paraphernalia at the intersection of 1st Street South and Litchfield Avenue Southwest in Willmar.
Theft
WILLMAR - A number of tools were reported stolen from a garage Thursday morning on the 1500 block of Becker Avenue Southeast in Willmar.
SPICER - Theft of a chainsaw, drill set, batteries and gas was reported Wednesday evening on the 8000 block of North Shore Drive in Spicer.
Criminal damage to property
WILLMAR - It was reported Thursday morning that a red Subaru Forester was vandalized on the 300 block of Lakeland Drive Southeast in Willmar.
Accident
WILLMAR - A man was transported to Rice Memorial Hospital after he was chased by a dog and fell off his bike Wednesday afternoon on the 700 block of Second Street Southeast in Willmar.
District Court
Kandiyohi County
WILLMAR - A 27-year-old Belgrade man faces felony charges of first-degree burglary and theft for allegedly breaking into a Willmar home on July 15 and stealing a safe.
A warrant was issued for Alexander Wayne Berry after he failed to make his first appearance in court Wednesday for the charges. Berry also faces a felony theft charge for allegedly stealing valuable coins from a different Willmar residence on July 2.
According to the criminal complaint, a woman reported on July 15 that her home had been broken into on July 12. She reported that a safe containing more than $1,300 cash, a wedding ring and important documents was stolen.
The woman told officers that surveillance cameras captured footage of Berry at her residence July 12.
According to police reports, the woman said she called Berry and told him that she would not turn him in if he returned her property. She said Berry agreed to meet up with her and return the safe, but never did.
WILLMAR - A 21-year-old Willmar man made his first appearance in court Wednesday for allegedly assaulting and threatening a woman Sunday at a residence in Willmar.
Kevin Reginold Williams faces charges of felony terroristic threats and domestic assault stemming from the incident. Unconditional bail was set at $75,000 cash or bond and conditional bail at $20,000 cash or bond.
According to the criminal complaint, Willmar police officers interviewed the woman, who said Williams threw her on a bed and threatened to kill her and choke her with an extension cord after they had been arguing.
Williams has three previous convictions of violent crimes in St. Louis County and Cook County, Illinois, according to court documents.

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