This is the records summary for July 11.
Four arrested after possible assault and robbery in Willmar
WILLMAR -- Three men and one juvenile from Willmar were arrested Tuesday after they allegedly assaulted a man and stole his vehicle.
The incident occurred around 3:38 p.m. Tuesday at the 1400 block of Fifth Street Southwest.
According to a news release from the Willmar Police Department, the alleged victim told officers he had been sitting in his vehicle when the four suspects approached him. They allegedly assaulted him, demanded he get out of the vehicle and then took off with the vehicle.
The man suffered some injuries from the alleged assault and was familiar with the suspects, the release said.
Law enforcement located the vehicle, unoccupied, a couple of blocks away from where the incident occurred.
The four suspects were located and arrested at a residence on the 300 block of Bernard Street Southeast.
The Tribune normally does not name suspects until they are officially charged in court. The three adult suspects, aged 22, 22 and 21, are being held in the Kandiyohi County Jail, while the juvenile suspect was taken to Prairie Lakes Youth Programs facility, the release said.
Suspicious item turns out to be firework
WILLMAR -- A concerned resident gave a suspicious cylindrical item, found in a road ditch near the Flags of Honor on Business Highway 71, to a Willmar Public Works crew member on June 24. The item was turned over to law enforcement.
On Wednesday, Willmar Police Captain Mike Anderson said the item was not a pipe bomb, but was a modified firework of some sort and nothing else was inside the item.
Arrest made after domestic call in Willmar
WILLMAR -- A 39-year-old Willmar man was arrested Wednesday afternoon after law enforcement was called to a home in the 500 block of Trott Avenue Southwest.
According to the Willmar Police Department, the call was for a domestic situation and officers cleared the scene around 1:18 p.m.
Additional officers were called to the scene just in case the suspect decided to flee, but there were no issues, the department said.