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Records published July 22, 2022

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Thefts

WILLMAR — A firearm was stolen from the 1400 block of Lakeland Drive Northeast in Willmar, as was reported Thursday morning.

WILLMAR — A Willmar complainant told police that money was stolen from his account by a person who assisted him in setting up a cash app on his mobile phone on Friday morning.

WILLMAR — A citation for theft was issued to a suspect for taking a $10.97 pack of cigarettes from a business on the 1300 block of Fifth Street Southeast in Willmar on Thursday afternoon.

Disturbance

WILLMAR — A citizen reported that a red Blazer with four people in it was driving on the walking path along the 600 block of Business Highway 71 North at 11:30 p.m. on Thursday.

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Harassment

WILLMAR — A woman reported that a man has been taking video of her and posting it on his Facebook account. The video was shot in a doctor’s office waiting room and jail lobby.

Window shot out

WILLMAR — Someone shot out a window with a BB gun on the 1500 block of College Park Circle Northwest in Willmar, as reported Thursday afternoon.

Assault

BLOMKEST — A 62-year-old suspect was arrested on a possible second-degree assault charge after Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s officers responded to a report on the 400 block of 1235th Avenue Southeast in Blomkest at 8:44 p.m. on Thursday.

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