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Records published Aug. 5

The following contains the records summary for Aug. 5. Criminal damage to property WILLMAR -- It was reported at 4:09 p.m. Monday that a vehicle's window had been broken and a purse stolen from a vehicle near the intersection of Third Avenue and ...

The following contains the records summary for Aug. 5.
Criminal damage to property
WILLMAR - It was reported at 4:09 p.m. Monday that a vehicle’s window had been broken and a purse stolen from a vehicle near the intersection of Third Avenue and Vos Park Drive Northwest.
WILLMAR - It was reported at 11:55 p.m. Monday that windows had been broken out of a vehicle in the 500 block of Lakeland Drive Southeast.
Theft
WILLMAR - Willmar police recovered a stolen vehicle Monday night at in downtown Willmar.
The vehicle was reportedly stolen earlier that day from a city parking lot near the 400 block of Becker Avenue Southwest, according to police reports.
Police recovered the vehicle several blocks away from where it was reported stolen, at Rice Park, located at 805 Third Street Southwest.
The vehicle was not damaged and no items were taken.
Police continue to investigate the incident.
Fire


NEW LONDON - A car reportedly caught fire Monday morning at the New London Spicer High School.
The fire was reported at 9 a.m. Monday and was caused by mechanical issues. The scene was cleared at 9:41 a.m.
District Court


Kandiyohi County
WILLMAR - A man arrested earlier this month in Willmar for vehicle theft allegedly faces another charge of motor vehicle theft for stealing a vehicle last week.
Moge Abduallahi Dualle, 20, of Willmar, made his first court appearance Monday on a felony charge of motor vehicle theft.
He made his first appearance on the charge Monday and was released on how own recognizance. His next appearance will be Oct. 8.
According to the criminal complaint on the charges, the vehicle was reported stolen Friday from a Benson Avenue home.
The owner of the vehicle said she left her doors unlocked and keys inside the vehicle.
The vehicle, a 2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse, is valued at $2,500.
Later Friday, a Willmar Police officer found the stolen vehicle parked at an apartment complex in Willmar.
The vehicle was locked and the taillight was laying on the ground.
The officer unlocked the vehicle and allegedly found materials identifying Dualle inside.
Video footage allegedly showed Dualle throwing a chunk of asphalt at the vehicle in an attempt to unlock the vehicle.
Dualle was allegedly driving a stolen vehicle from Stearns County when he was arrested July 6 in connection with an alleged assault and hit-and-run accident.

WILLMAR - Christopher Michael Mead, 26, of Willmar, was sentenced Monday on felony charges of second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon terroristic threats.
Mead was sentenced to 42 months of prison on the assault charge, with credit for 244 days served.
He was sentenced to 27 months of prison on the terroristic threats charge. This sentence will run concurrent with the assault sentence.
The charges stem from two separate cases.
Mead was accused of joining another man in allegedly stealing a cell phone and $425 from a man after beating him and threatening him with a pocket knife in November.
The terroristic threats charge stemmed from verbal threats he was alleged to have made to a corrections officer while being held in the Kandiyohi County Jail.
Marriage licenses

Kandiyohi County

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Carly Jo Haas, Raymond, and Tyler Wayne Wrede, Clara City
Abby Kay Taunton, New London, and Scott Paul Martens, New London
Virgilio Aguirre Jr., Willmar, and Maria Guadalupe Maciel Sanchez, Willmar
Connie Jean Otto, Kandiyohi, and James Robert Swoboda, Redwood Falls
Jeremiah Ross Brendsel, Willmar, and Stephanie Amanda Peterson, Willmar
Jeffrey Lindale Wharton, Svea, and Jennifer Jean Avery, Svea

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