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Pa00e 14 Local crime blotters Barn fire in South Haven Wednesdm], Oct. 2,. at 5:58 p.m., the Meeker County Sheriffs Office, Dassel Fire Department, Litchfield Fire Department, Kimball Fire Department, Cokato Fire Department, and Meeker Co-op Light and Power Association responded to multiple calls at 31252 733rd Avenue for a barn fire. One of the reporting parties, a neighbor, noticed the fire after a lightning strike had hit the barrL The owners, Dale Atkinson, age 61, and Linda Atkinson, age 62, of South Haven, were not at home at the time the fire starte The barn 32X60 (feet) was used to store antiques and household items. The ham had an attached shed 16 X 30 (feet) on one side, and a second shed, a chicken coop about 12 X 20 (fee0 with approximately 50 young laying chickens that were caught in the fire. The barn was insured and was a total loss. The damage is estimated at approximately $207,000 with buildings and contents. There were no injuries resulting from the fire and no one was present at the residence at the time of the fire. Lindberg Excavating Inc. of Cokato, was called to assist in spreading the rubble, to extinguish hot spots. Kimball Police blotter There were a total of 152 calls in Kimball during September 2013. Among them were 26 extra patrols, 20 speeding citations (and 8 warnings), 16 equipment warnings, 12 business checks, 7 agency assists, 6 citizen con- tacts, 5 alarms, 5 insurance violation warnings (and 3 tickets), 5 minor-con- sumption cases, 3 DAR/DAS arrests, 3 matter of information, 2 animal com- plaints (and 1 warning), 2 bar checks, 2 driving complaints, 2 papers served, 2 seat belt tickets (and 1 warning), 2 complaints of suspicious vehicle/per- son, 2 thefts. There was one incident each of the following: accident, curfew LoCals 4 6ovornmont Thursday, October 10, 2013 Tri-County News, t IZY- ---=- violationwaming,custodyissue, driver Oct. 5, Nehemias Nestor Marti- alarm at a residence on MN Hwy. 55, transported by private party to the license violation warning, DWI arrest, nez, 28 of Annandale, was arrested Watkins. There was no fire, and the Paynesville Hospital. fire/burningcomplaint citation (with 1 in Otsego on the charge of second- fire department was cancelled. 6:39 p.m. the Sheriffs Office complaint and 1 warning), intoxicated degree DWI refusal. 11:24 p.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to a report of sheep loose person, juvenileproblem, license plate/ Oct. 6, Javonte Tyrell Tyson, 19 of received a 9-1-1 hang up call from a near a residence on 710th Avenue, tabs warning, medical call, passing on Clearwater, was arrested in Buffalo residence in the Watkins Trailer Park, Kingston Township. The owner was the right warning, personal assist, stop on Wright County warrants for viola- Watkins. A deputy responded and contacted and responded to get the sign warning, warrant service (and 1 tion of a domestic abuse no-contact found all to be okay. animals back in their fence. attempt), order and probation violation. 11:39 p.m. the Sheriffs Office 8:22 p.m. the Sheriffs Office There were a total of 33 calls in Oct. 7, Cody Todd Welte, 20 of received a report of a car/deer acci- responded to a report of a cow on the Fairhaven, which is policed by the Annandale, was arrested in Annan- dent near the intersection of 290th roadway on County State Aid High- Kimball Police Department. Among date on an apprehension and deten- Street and 560th Avenue, Swede way 34, Forest City Township. The them were 4 citizen contacts, 4 tion order from the MN Department Grove Township. No injuries were cow was no longer on the roadway speeding tickets (and 7 warnings), 4 of Corrections. reported and the deer ran off. and the owner was contacted and complaints of a suspicious vehicle/ There were 26 property-damage Saturday. Oct. 5 was looking for the animal. person, 2 agency assists, 2 driving accidents, 5 personal-injury acci- 7:10a.m. the Sheriffs Office took a Thursday.Oct.3 complaints, 2 insurance violation dents, 1 hit-and-run accident, qnd 7 report of a suspicious vehicle at Jack's 1:38 a.m. the Sheriffs Office dis- warnings (and 1 ticket). There also car-deer accidents. BP, Veterans Drive, Watkins. The dep- patched Watkins Ambulance for a was one case each of the following: There was 1 arrest for DWI, uty was canceled a short time later as medical at an address on Central Ave equipment violation warning, juvenile 1 underage-consumption arrest, and the vehicle had left the area. nue South, Watkins. One individual problem, medical call, seat belt ticket 51 tickets for miscellaneous traffic ll:46a.m, the Sheriffs Office took was treated at the scene and no trans- (and 1 warning), suicidal complaint, violations reported this week. a driving complaint near a residence port was needed. andwarrantservice. Meeker County Sheriff's Office on CSAH27,Kingston. 8:43 a.m. the Sheriff's Office Wright County Sheriff's Office Sunday. Oct. 6. 2013 6:21 p.m. the Sheriff's Office received a report of possible child Sept. 30, Keotavanh Saengchan- 12:13 a.m. the Sheriffs Office arrested Samantha Ann Koehn, 29 maltreatment at a residence on 725th thalath, 31 of St. Cloud, was arrested arrested Rachael Leigh Sogge, 38 of of Watkins, for a domestic abuse no- Avenue, Kingston Township. inStearnsCountyonaWrightCounty Eden Valley, for third-degree DWI contact order violation. 1:05 p.m. the Sheriffs Office took warrant for trespassing, during a traffic stop conducted on 10:46 p.m. the Sheriffs Office dis- a report of unsafe conditions at a res- Oct. 1, Chad Michael Kurtz, 45 of CSAH 2 in Forest Prairie Township. patched Watkins Ambulance to a idence on MN Highway 55, Forest Clearwater, was arrested in Clearwa- 11:51 a.m. the Sheriffs Office medical at the Clear Lake Camp- Prairie Township. ter Township on the charge of domes- responded to assist the Eden Valley ground, 657th Avenue, Forest Prairie 11:03 p.m. while on patrol a dep- tic assault. Police Department with a domestic Township. One individualwas trans- uty clocked a Dodge pickup at 103 Oct. 2, Osayame Emanuel Igho- at a residence on Hillside Drive, Eden ported to the St. Cloud Hospital. miles per hour traveling eastbound Osage, 21 of St. Cloud, was arrested Valley, Stearns County. The deputy 10:58 p.m. the Sheriff's Office on Eastbound on US Highway 12 in Stearns County on charges of aid/ was canceled a short time later, responded to an alarm at Millner Her- near 660th Avenue, Darwin Town- abet 2nd degree murder. 2:55 p.m. the- Sheriffs Office itage Winery, MN Hwy. 15, Kingston ship. The deputy stopped the vehicle Oct. 2, ThomasKevinSaengchan- responded to an ATV complaint at Township. All was found to be okay. on US Highway l2 near County State thalath, 19 of Albertville, was arrested a residence on 365th Street, Forest Friday. Oct. 4 Aid Highway 24 and issued a citation in Albertville on the charge of aid/ Prairie Township. The ATV was gone 9:57 a.m. the Sheriffs Office for speed of l03 miles per hour and a abet robbery, before the deputy's arrival, responded to an alarm at Millner warning for loud exhaust. Oct. 2, Timothy Carl Weber, 39 of 6:21 p.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- Heritage Winery, MN Highway 15, Wednesday, Oct. 2 Annandale, was arrested in Stearns patched, per the Stearns County Kingston Township. The officer was 9:21 a.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- County on a Wright County warrant Sheriffs Office, Eden Valley Rescue canceled a short time later as it was a patched Watldns Ambulance to a for first-degree controlled substance to a medical at Fisher's Resort, Deer: false alarm, medical at a residence on 657th Ave- violation, brook Road, Eden Lake Township, 12:19 p.m. the Sheriffs Office nue, Forest Prairie Township. One Oct. 5, Ashley May Andrews, 21 of Stearns County. dispatched Eden Valley Rescue and individual was transported to the Maple Lake, was arrested in Delano 6:48 p.m. the Sheriffs Office Watkins Ambulance to a medical St. Cloud Hospital. on the charge ofdomestic assault, responded to and dispatched the at a residence on Coleman Avenue Watkins Fire Department to a fire East, Eden Valley. One individualwas Crime/To page 15 ProAdjuster system... comfortable and consistent treatment option. Mipulation X-ray ), Acuptmcture Ph, ysiodterapy b Physical & Massage Therapy I, All Insurance Accepted Dr. Mmy I. 5 " C.e dt Ton (320) 398-7900 (888) 785-2813 510 55 East Kimball SECURITY FOR YOUR LEGACY. Our agents can help make buying life insurance easy. Ask about our item, no obligation life insurance needs analysis. We offer a variety of policies to help protect your dreams. 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