Police logs

New Ulm Police

• Responded to a two-vehicle crash with minor injuries on 11th South and Washington St. at 10:36 a.m. Tuesday. A 2008 Ford Edge driven by Hayden Anthony Clark, 20, Rochester, was eastbound on 11th South Street and collided with a 2008 Mercury Grand Marquis driven northbound on Washington by Janice Theresa Seifert, 85, New Ulm. A passenger in the Ford Edge, Luke Stanefski, has a minor scrape on the back of his right arm. A passenger in the Mercury, Marvin Seifert, had a minor right hand injury and was transported to New Ulm Medical Center by Allina Ambulance. Damage was moderate to the right middle of the ford and moderate to the front end of the Mercury. Both vehicles were towed.

• Responded to a domestic call at 10:29 p.m. Saturday on the 800 block, Spring Street North. A 32-year-old New Ulm man was arrested and transported to the Brown County Jail for alleged verbal threats toward the woman outside a residence and for unsuccessfully trying to pry open a door. A report was sent to the Brown County Attorney’s Office for consideration of domestic assault charges.

• Responded to a domestic report at the Lyric 3 theater, 1 German St. N. at 10:38 p.m. Saturday. A 52-year-old Redwood Falls man was arrested and transported to the Brown County Jail after getting into a physical altercation with a 55-year-old Redwood Falls woman after they left a downtown eating establishment but before they arrived at the Lyric 3. A report went to the New Ulm City Attorney’s Office for consideration of domestic assault.

• Received a report at 12:32 p.m. Monday of a box truck hitting the 12th North railroad overpass Feb. 15. Carlo Hamlin, 23, Minneapolis, was driving a 2021 International truck that was too tall for the bridge. Damage was moderate to the top of the truck. There was light damage to the underside of the bridge. The Canadian Pacific Railroad was made aware of the damage and provided insurance information from the trucking company involved four days after the crash. A report was done for documentation.

• Responded to River Bend Area Learning Center at 9:18 a.m. Tuesday for a 15-year-old male of New Ulm who tried to “go after” a staff member but was intercepted by another student. The staff member, a 39-year-old New Ulm woman, did not want to matter pursued criminally. No physical altercation occurred. A report was sent to Brown County Human Services.

• Stopped a vehicle driven by a homeless man who police knew did not possess a valid driver’s license at 10:27 p.m. Monday on the 1100 block, 16th Street North. The man was transported to the Brown County Jail on charges of driving after cancellation-Inimical to Public Safety. Reports were sent to the New Ulm City Attorney’s Office and Nobles County Probation.

• Received a call from a 62-year-old New Ulm man at 6:48 p.m. Monday who said he was walking his dog when it was attacked by another dog on the 500 block, Franklin St. N. The New Ulm Police Animal Control Officer talked with the other dog owner, a 40-year-old New Ulm woman, who said her dog was current for all vaccinations. The dog that was attacked walked with a limp after the attack. It was taken to the vet clinic by its owner.


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