New Ulm Police
• Responded to a domestic call at 18 1/2 Minnesota St. N. at 5:46 p.m. Sunday. A 57-year-old New Ulm woman was arrested for brandishing a knife, throwing it towards a 55-year-old New Ulm man, and threatening to kill him. She was transported to detox. Reports will be sent to the Brown County Attorney’s Office, Probation and the Committee Against Domestic Abuse (CADA).
• Responded to a domestic call at 927 State St. N. at 6:10 p.m. Sunday. An intoxicated, 28-year-old woman was found lying in the street with a knee injury. An 11-month-old child was found strapped into a vehicle seat in the front yard. Police said the woman and her 71-year-old mother got into an argument before the woman called police. The woman was arrested for 4th-degree assault and disorderly conduct. She was transported to New Ulm Medical Center for her injuries, then to detox, where she is on hold for charges. Reports were sent to the Brown County Attorney’s Office, Human Services and Probation.
• Received a two-vehicle crash report with non-life threatening injuries on Highway 22 at Highway 14, Mankato at 3:32 p.m. Sunday. A 2008 Mazda Tribute driven by Cameron B. Batton, 25, Mankato, and a 2018 Jeep Compass driven by Corey D. Schewe, 56, Sleepy Eye, were northbound when they collided in wet road conditions. A Batton and Schewe were not injured. A passenger in the Jeep, Tamara J. Schewe, 53, Sleepy Eye, was transported to Mayo Clinic Health System, Mankato. All three people wore seat belts. Alcohol was not involved. Mankato Fire and Mayo Clinic Ambulance assisted.
• Received a three-vehicle crash report with non-life threatening injuries on Highway 22 at Airport Road, Hutchinson at 9:27 a.m. Sunday. A 2016 Chevy Silverado driven by Matthew T. Meyer, 33, Glencoe, turned westbound onto Airport Road and collided with a 2007 Ford Focus driven by Wesley A. Moffatt, 27, Green Isle. The Focus then collided with a 2014 Ford Flex driven by James D. Fischer, 44, Glencoe, who was waiting to turn south on Highway 22. Moffatt was transported to CentraCare St. Cloud Hospital. Meyer and Fischer were not injured. All three drivers wore seat belts.