Records published April 27, 2021

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WILLMAR — A 32-year-old man was arrested on a felony burglary warrant Monday morning on the 500 block of 15th Street Southeast.


WILLMAR — An assault was reported Monday morning on the 500 block of Anne Street Southeast.

Damage to property

WILLMAR — Someone threw a brick Sunday night through a front window of a residence on the 400 block of Becker Avenue Southeast.

According to the report, the person who threw the brick fled the scene.


Willmar man involved in one-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon near New London

COLFAX TOWNSHIP — A Willmar man was involved in a one-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon after falling asleep at the wheel, according to a news release from the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office.

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Second victim identified in head-on crash that killed 2 in west-central Minnesota

ALEXANDRIA, Minn. — The 16-year-old Kensington, Minn., girl who was one of two drivers killed in a Douglas County crash has been identified by her school as Taylor Mattson.

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Gunfire reported at Twin Cities middle school; ‘all students are safe,’ district says

PLYMOUTH, Minn. — Police confirmed Monday morning that they are on the scene of reported gunfire at Plymouth Middle School, while the district confirmed that 'All students are safe.'

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Suspect photos released after Moorhead Fargo Islamic Center vandalized with hate speech

MOORHEAD — Members of the Moorhead Fargo Islamic Center found their mosque vandalized with red spray-painted hate speech, a swastika and a broken window the morning of Sunday, April 25, about halfway through the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

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2 days after Daunte Wright’s killing, man fired at St. Paul officer

ST. PAUL — Prosecutors charged a 24-year-old man with attempted murder last week, saying he shot at a St. Paul police officer two days after a Brooklyn Center officer fatally shot Daunte Wright.

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Woman made up story about sexual assault in park, Lakeville police say

LAKEVILLE, Minn. — Lakeville police say a woman made up a story that she was sexually assaulted in a park last month.

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