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WILLMAR — A 20-year-old man was arrested on a felony warrant Sunday afternoon on the 300 block of Lakeland Drive Southeast.
As of Monday afternoon, the man is currently in custody on a felony fifth-degree drug charge in the Kandiyohi County Jail.
NEW LONDON — A 33-year-old man was arrested on a Meeker County warrant early Monday morning during a verbal domestic on the 3700 block of 150th Avenue Northwest.
The man is currently not listed as in custody in the Kandiyohi County Jail or the Meeker County Jail.
WILLMAR — A catalytic converter was reported stolen Monday morning on the 1300 block of 22nd Street Southwest.
WILLMAR — A burglary was reported Monday morning on the 1700 block of 23rd Avenue Southwest.
According to the report, a doorknob was broken and cameras and the power had been turned off. Tools were also on the ground, but there is nothing listed as stolen on the report.
REDWOOD FALLS — No injuries were reported following a one-vehicle rollover crash Friday afternoon in Delhi Township, according to a news release from the Redwood County Sheriff's Office.
According to the release, Ashley Kaye Noerenberg, 31, of Worthington, was driving a Chevrolet pickup near the 400 block of County Road 6 when it went off the roadway, through a barrier and rolled one time before hitting a tree.
Morgan teenager injured in Thursday afternoon crash in Redwood County
MORGAN — A teenager was injured in a one-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon in rural Morgan, according to a news release from the Redwood County Sheriff's Office.
Three killed in Sunday automobile accidents in Minnesota, including a 16-year-old girl
A 16-year-old girl and two other motorists died in separate car crashes Sunday morning, April 4, in Cannon Falls and Burnsville, according to state and local authorities.
Renville County case leads high court to affirm: Impaired drivers cannot carry pistols
Minnesota law that prohibits a person who is under the influence from carrying a pistol in a public place is the rule of the road too since highways are public places.
Derek Chauvin trial looks different in rural Minnesota
WASECA, Minn. — When Doug Gerdts was growing up on a Waseca County farm, he heard stories about Great-uncle Don. Don Eustice had been the sheriff until he was shot and killed in 1976 while conducting a welfare check.
Chauvin trial updates: Chief Arradondo discusses police training
Chief Medaria Arradondo talked extensively Monday about the training and policies of the Minneapolis Police Department as part of his testimony in the Chauvin trial.