Kloeckl damages two trucks; faces five years in prison

Peggy Ann Kloeckl, 46, Randall, has been charged with first degree damage to property.

On June 29, the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office received a report that a female had rammed her boyfriend’s vehicle into another vehicle. Two deputies went to the victim’s home north of Randall.

The victim told the deputies that when he had told Kloeckl that he had cheated on her, she had become upset and began throwing his property into the yard. He said she then got into his Chevy Suburban and drove it into the side of his GMC Sonoma pickup. Then, she backed up and rammed the pickup again.

The deputies noted damage to the two vehicles in excess of $1,000.

When a deputy contacted Kloeckl, she allegedly admitted to damaging both trucks.

If convicted, Kloeckl faces a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment and/or a $10,000 fine.