Hutchinson Police Services reported the following incidents:
JAN. 23: At 4:30 a.m., police took a report from a person living at the 7-Hi Budget Motel, 700 State Highway 7 E., that $500 in cash and medications worth $290 were stolen from the room while the person was gone between Jan. 21 and Jan. 23. A pile of feces had been left in front of the door, with feces smeared on the door knob and on carpet inside the room. It is under investigation.
FEB. 6: At 2:10 p.m., the owner of a 1995 Nissan parked in Country Club Terrace mobile home park, 448 California St. N.W., reported the car sustained minor damage when struck by another vehicle. The brother of the vehicle's owner reported seeing a neighbor back his 1999 GMC into the Nissan. Jose Segoviano of Hutchinson was contacted a few days later and reported he was aware his vehicle had struck the Nissan. His vehicle had no damage.
FEB. 7: At 9:29 a.m., police responded to a crash reported at the intersection of Adams Street and Fifth Avenue Southeast. A 2010 Buick driven by Arline Jergens of Hutchinson collided with a 2004 Buick driven by Kendall Conn of Hutchinson. Jergens' vehicle had minor damage, while Conn's sustained severe damage and had to be towed. Jergens was ticketed for allegedly failing to drive with due care.
FEB. 9: At 8:45 a.m., Kenneth Cortes of Atwater was eastbound on South Grade Road making a right turn to go south on Dale Street when he knocked over a light pole on the right side. He was driving a 2007 Mack pulling a grain trailer.
At 3:28 p.m., police were called to Shopko, 125 Main St. N., where employees alleged that a 16-year-old Hutchinson boy had shoplifted a $6 bottle of Robitussin cough medicine. The boy was booked and released to his mother. A report was sent to the county attorney for review of a juvenile petition on a charge of theft.
FEB. 10: At 10:44 a.m., police were called to a crash on Main Street near Washington Avenue. A 2002 Chevrolet driven by Jack Bonniwell allegedly rear-ended a 2004 Chevrolet driven by Wayne Anderson of Hutchinson on Main Street. Anderson was waiting for a red light to change to green. Both vehicles sustained minor damage. Bonniwell was ticketed for allegedly failing to drive with due care.
FEB. 11: At 9:20 p.m., police were called to Target where employees alleged two girls, age 14 and 15, had attempted to shoplift numerous writing markers. They were booked, ticketed for theft and released to a parent. The older girl was from Hutchinson, the younger one from Brownton.
FEB. 12: At noon, a 2016 Chevrolet driven by Tyler Berge of Hutchinson was making a right turn onto Shady Ridge Road Northwest from Campbell Lane and collided with a 2014 Jeep driven by Mary Leung of Hutchinson turning left onto Campbell. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage, but Leung's vehicle had to be towed.
At 1:34 p.m., the owner of a 2011 Chevrolet Suburban reported someone had cut a scratch the entire length of the drivers side while the vehicle was parked at Hutchinson Mall near Runnings and Dunhams. No one was seen near the vehicle in surveillance video provided.
FEB. 13: At 11:48 a.m., Melissa Berglund of Hutchinson backed her 2000 Mercury out of a parking stall at Walmart, 1300 State Highway 15 S., and allegedly struck a 2006 Dodge parked next to her. Vanessa Hayden of Gaylord was sitting in her Dodge when she felt it get hit. Berglund's vehicle had no damage; Hayden's had minor.
At 2:47 p.m., police were called to Target when employees reported that a suspected shoplifter had left the store and drove off in an orange Pontiac Grand Prix. An officer responding saw a vehicle matching that description northbound on Adams Street and attempted to stop it. The driver evaded police, but an officer recognized one of the four people in the car and suspected they were headed to a home on College Avenue. There the vehicle was boxed in by a Minnesota State Patrol car and a police car. One man in the car, Jose Juan Cano, 36, of Glencoe, was found to be sought on a McLeod County felony warrant for allegedly failing to register as a predatory offender and a felony Blue Earth County warrant for fifth-degree controlled substance crime. The driver, Cheryl Lynn Weigel, 59, of Hutchinson has been charged with one count of fleeing peace officers in a vehicle. Angela Renee Pichon, 38, of Litchfield has been charged with gross misdemeanor fifth-degree controlled substance crime.
At 4:58 p.m., a crash took place on Main Street, south of Washington Avenue. Terri Healy of Hutchinson was northbound on Main Street when she stopped behind a 2014 Ford driven by Cynthia Arhart of Winthrop, who had stopped for a red light. Healy allegedly inched forward while looking out a side window at a storefront and struck the back of Arhart's vehicle. Both vehicles had minor damage. Healy was ticketed for allegedly failing to drive with due care.
FEB. 16: At 4:07 p.m., it was reported a parked 2009 Chevrolet owned by Justin Juergenson of Hutchinson was struck between 1:30 and 4 p.m. by an unknown vehicle in the Hutchinson City Center lot, 111 Hassan St. S.E. The Chevy sustained minor damage.
FEB. 18: At 7:16 p.m., a man came to the police station to report that a woman who was to vacate a home in the 300 block of East Pishney Lane Southwest was still in the home after a 5 p.m. deadline. He was asked for a police escort to accompany him to the home. Police told the woman she had to leave and she did. The reporting person was called so that he could return. Police then found a second woman in the house who was sought on a Sibley County felony warrant for allegedly violating conditions of release. Desirey G. York, 35, of Gaylord was arrested and taken to the intersection of State Highway 15 and U.S. Highway 212 near Brownton where she was turned over to Sibley authorities.
At 11:26 p.m., a resident of an apartment building at 1220 Bradford St. S.E., reported she had been a victim of fraud. She said she purchased a camper for $1,500 through Craig's List and was to provide the money in the former of Amazon.com gift cards transferred to an account, along with $1,000 in insurance. Amazon reported the cards were already removed from the account.
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