Records published Aug. 03, 2021

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WILLMAR — A 22-year-old woman was arrested Sunday afternoon on assault and drug charges on the 600 block of Mary Avenue Southeast.

As of Monday afternoon, the woman was in custody in the Kandiyohi County Jail.


WILLMAR — A store reported food stolen and eaten Sunday afternoon on the 3000 block of First Street South.

WILLMAR — A package was reported stolen Sunday afternoon on the 1300 block of 24th Street Northwest.


WILLMAR — A theft of items from a garage was reported Sunday afternoon on the 900 block of Fifth Street Southwest.


WILLMAR — An assault was reported Sunday evening at Carris Health — Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar.


WILLMAR — No injuries were reported during a two-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon at the intersection of Lakeland Drive Southeast and U.S. Highway 12 East.

The Willmar Police and Fire Department, assisted by the Kandiyohi County Rescue Squad, responded to the incident reported at 4:39 p.m. Sunday.

Property damage

PENNOCK — A cut power cord to a lake cleaning device was reported Sunday afternoon on the 6000 block of 193rd Avenue Northwest.

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