Records published Sept. 28
This is the records summary for Sept. 28. Spicer couple injured in crash on Highway 23 COLD SPRING--A Monday night crash on state Highway 23 in Cold Spring left a Spicer couple with non-life-threatening injuries, the State Patrol reported. Nathan...
This is the records summary for Sept. 28.
Spicer couple injured in crash on Highway 23
COLD SPRING-A Monday night crash on state Highway 23 in Cold Spring left a Spicer couple with non-life-threatening injuries, the State Patrol reported.
Nathan and Claire Verch, both 35, were transported to the St. Cloud Hospital following the crash at 9:17 p.m. Monday.
Nathan Verch had been driving a 2016 Ram truck west on Highway 23 when his vehicle crossed into oncoming traffic, sideswiping a semi-truck and trailer.
The driver of the 1998 Peterbilt semi, 46-year-old Rodney R. Winter of Murdock, was not injured.
State Patrol Trooper Bryan Van Den Einde said Tuesday afternoon that no alcohol was detected in any of individuals involved in this accident. An earlier State Patrol report was incorrect.
All were wearing seatbelts; the Ram truck was totaled from the damage.
The Cold Spring Police Department and Stearns County Sheriff's Office assisted the State Patrol on the scene.
WILLMAR-A woman on the 1300 block of 24th Street Northwest reported around 3:15 p.m. Monday that her sister's vehicle had been broken into. Multiple items were reported as stolen from the vehicle.
WILLMAR-An assault was reported at the Jennie-O Turkey Store plant on the 1500 block of 30th Street Southwest in Willmar. The assault was reported to the Willmar Police Department at 6:30 p.m. Monday, but it allegedly took place Sept. 22.
WILLMAR-A potentially fraudulent GoFundMe account was reported by a woman on the 1600 block of 19th Avenue Northwest. The caller mailed multiple items to someone in Willmar because of the account, and told Willmar police around 11 a.m. Tuesday that she was now worried that the page was fake.
WILLMAR-A physical assault was reported around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday from the 1700 block of Technology Drive Northeast in Willmar.
RAYMOND-A Kandiyohi County sheriff's deputy responded to suspicious activity around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday near Third Street and Second Avenue in Raymond. The deputy spoke with several individuals, who said they had just left a home to play Pokemon. One juvenile was advised about curfew law.