New Ulm Police
• Received a one-vehicle crash report without injuries at 4:14 p.m. at 1218 Oak St. on a snow-packed road Sunday. A 2002 Ford Explorer driven by Duncan Osborne, 17, Courtland, was eastbound on Oak Street, on a slight curve when he was unable to make the curve, slid off the road and hit a fire hydrant and utility post. The fire hydrant was snapped from its foundation. The utility post was slightly bent. Vehicle damage was minor. Osborne wore a seat belt.
• Received a one-vehicle crash report without injuries at Center and Broadway at 6:05 p.m. Sunday. A 2007 Chevy Trailblazer driven by Benjamin Baganz, 25, Fond Du Lac, Wis., was crossed a median and hit a keep right sign. The vehicle was later found at the Martin Luther College campus and Baganz admitted to hitting the sign. The street sign was broken off. Vehicle damage was minor. Baganz wore a seat belt.
• Received a two-vehicle crash report without injuries at 3rd North Street and Garden Street at 9:14 a.m. Monday. A 2015 car driven by Tara Peters, 40, New Ulm, was westbound, slid into the intersection controlled by a stop sign and into the eastbound traffic lane, hitting a 2012 SUV driven by Dennis Ellingson, 66, Courtland who was southbound on Garden Street. Both drivers wore seat belts. Both vehicles were damaged, the extend of which was not stated.