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Willmar Minnesota 2208 Trott Ave. SW / P.O. Box 839 56201

WILLMAR -- A 48-year-old Minneapolis man was arrested around 5:45 p.m. Sunday at Cash Wise Foods, 1300 Fifth St. S.E. for giving a false name to a peace officer and on an outstanding warrant.

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WILLMAR -- A 22-year-old St. Joseph man was arrested around 5:50 p.m. Sunday along the 700 block of Second Street Southeast on charges of violating an order for protection, theft and on an outstanding warrant.

WILLMAR -- A 29-year-old Redwood Falls woman was arrested for driving after suspension around 11:20 p.m. Sunday near the intersection of Third Street and Becker Avenue Southwest.

WILLMAR -- The theft of cash from a purse in the breakroom was reported around 11:45 p.m. Sunday at Cash Wise Foods, 1300 Fifth St. S.E.

WILLMAR -- The theft of a wallet, containing identification, a Social Security card and cash, was reported around 10:45 a.m. Monday. The caller said the theft happened along the 700 block of First Street South.

WILLMAR -- The theft of a $300 cell phone was reported around 1:20 p.m. Sunday at the Double D Club, 1300 Lakeland Dr. S.E.

Kandiyohi County

- Eloy Carranza, 25, of Willmar, pleaded guilty Monday to a felony charge of failing to report changes of information required by a predatory offender.

As part of a plea agreement, another predatory offender charge will be dismissed, he will receive a downward departure and a stay of execution on his sentence. He will be sentenced April 13.

The charges were filed after June 19 a Willmar police officer began to verify Carranza's predatory offender registration. He was required to register for life because he was convicted in Chippewa County in 2002 for second-degree criminal sexual conduct. Officers made numerous attempts to contact him in person and by phone. A detective later learned that he no longer lived at the address police had and officials at Jennie-O Turkey Store confirmed that he no longer worked for the company. He had made no attempt to register his new address as required.

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