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Records published sept. 30

This is the records summary for Sept. 30. Accident BELVIEW -- A 32-year-old Sacred Heart woman suffered injuries and was arrested as a result of an accident Saturday east of Belview. According to the Redwood County Sheriff's Office, the woman was...

This is the records summary for Sept. 30.


Accident


BELVIEW - A 32-year-old Sacred Heart woman suffered injuries and was arrested as a result of an accident Saturday east of Belview.
According to the Redwood County Sheriff’s Office, the woman was driving with her two children along Redwood County Road 9 near Harvest Avenue when her vehicle reportedly crossed the center line, entered the ditch and broke a utility pole at its base, according to a news release from the Redwood County Sheriff’s Office.
The woman was transported to Redwood Area Hospital in Redwood Falls with her two children, where she was treated and released. She was then taken into custody by the Redwood County Sheriff’s Office.
Charges are currently pending and the accident remains under investigation.
No power loss was reported in the area, but the vehicle was totaled. Responding to the accident were Redwood County Sheriff’s Office, North Ambulance, Minnesota State Patrol and Belview Fire and First Responders.
Theft


NEW LONDON - A small green purse was reported stolen from a vehicle Sunday evening on the 100 block of Ridge Road in New London.
NEW LONDON - A wallet containing cards and $1,700 in cash was reported missing Monday morning on the 19400 block of 63rd Street Northeast in New London.
Arrest
WILLMAR - An 18-year-old was arrested for driving while impaired Sunday afternoon on the 1400 block of Fifth Street Southwest in Willmar.
District Court
Kandiyohi County


WILLMAR - A 21-year-old woman was sentenced Monday to 120 days in jail for assaulting a woman last October.
Micahella Helen Froelich was ordered to complete five years of probation with conditions including not possessing alcohol or drugs, not possessing firearms or weapons, not having contact with the victim and writing a letter of apology to a victim.
Froelich received a stay of imposition on the charge, which means the felony conviction may be reduced to a misdemeanor if she complies with her probation terms.
The two other women who faced charges resulting from the assault were sentenced previously. Philomene Rose Skinaway, 20, received a stay of imposition on a charge of felony third-degree assault in August. Brandie Ilene Walton, 38, Willmar, was convicted of disorderly conduct in July.
According to the criminal complaint, a woman told Willmar Police that Froelich, Skinaway and Walton broke into her bedroom to assault her. Her injuries included a fractured eye socket, broken nose and bruises.
WILLMAR - Jesse James Duron, 20, Willmar, was sentenced Monday on a charge of felony third-degree sale of narcotics.
Duron was sentenced to 90 days in Kandiyohi County Jail with credit for 37 days served and ordered to pay a $1,500 fine. He was also placed on 10 years of probation with conditions including not possessing alcohol or drugs and submitting to random drug tests.
He received a stay of imposition, which means that the felony conviction may be reduced to a misdemeanor if he complies with all probation terms.
As a result of a plea agreement, two additional charges of felony fifth-degree drug possession were dismissed.

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