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Records published Jan. 23, 2023

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‘Ice rage’ incident on Green Lake

SPICER —Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Officers responded to a report of an “ice rage” incident on Green Lake around 5:34 p.m. Friday.

A person driving a white Ford F150 extended cab pickup allegedly shouted and threatened to shoot the driver of another vehicle. The suspect was upset that people were using his plowed road on the ice, according to an incident report.

Both parties exchanged words. Officers advised all parties not to yell at each other and that the lake is open to the public.

An accident reported near Lake Lillian on Friday afternoon

LAKE LILLIAN — The Lake Lillian Fire and Ambulance, Kandiyohi County Rescue and Sheriff’s Office responded to a vehicle accident on the 8000 block of 195th Avenue SE, Lake Lillian, at 4:32 p.m. on Friday. Two people were reportedly ejected from the vehicle, according to the incident report. No other details were available.

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Fight

SPICER — Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s officers responded to an altercation in which five people were throwing punches in front of the main entrance of a bar on the 100 block of Lake Avenue South, Spicer, at 1:52 a.m. on Sunday.

Vehicle vandalized in attempted break-in

BLOMKEST — A vehicle sustained damage from an attempted break-in at the intersection of 165th Avenue SW and 15th Street SW, Blomkest, that was reported Saturday morning.

A mirror was broken and profanity was found on the pickup truck.

Thefts

WILLMAR — Over $500 worth of merchandise was reported stolen from a retail store on the 2500 block of First Street South, Willlmar, according to a report to law enforcement on Saturday evening.

WILLMAR — A homemade fish house was stolen from a backyard on the 300 block of 14th Street SE, Willmar, it was reported Saturday morning. The fish house was described as 9-feet by 8-feet in size with brown metal siding, shingles and two windows.

WILLMAR — A rear license plate was stolen from a vehicle on the 1200 block of Lake Avenue Northwest in Willmar, it was reported Sunday morning.

Arrest for disorderly, trespass

WILLMAR — A 26-year-old woman was charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing for an incident reported at a business on the 200 block of Fourth Street SW in downtown Willmar at 12:37 p.m. on Friday.

WILLMAR — Charges for trespassing were forwarded to the Willmar city attorney for an individual for entering a business on the 200 block of First Street South in the downtown area of Willmar at 6:08 p.m. on Saturday.

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