Records published Dec. 19, 2020

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BLOMKEST — A catalytic converter was cut off a vehicle being offered for sale in Blomkest, its owner reported on Friday.

WILLMAR — A vehicle owner reported on Friday morning that someone tampered with a vehicle and took items from it on the 2300 block of Third Avenue Southeast, Willmar.

WILLMAR — A wallet was stolen from a car on the 100 block of Trott Avenue Southeast, Willmar, it was reported Thursday afternoon.

Suspect arrested

WILLMAR — A 36-year-old man was arrested shortly before 6 a.m. Friday after police responded to a report that suspects were going through cars on the east side of a building on the 900 block of Gorton Avenue Northwest in Willmar.

Car fire

BLOMKEST — The Blomkest Fire Department and Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s office responded to a car fire at the intersection of 180th Avenue Southeast and 15th Street Southeast at 3:34 p.m. on Thursday. The driver was cited for driving after suspension.


Officer assaulted

WILLMAR —An officer reported being assaulted at a property on the 2200 block of 23rd Street Northeast, Willmar, at 3:33 p.m. Thursday.

Suspicious vehicle

WILLMAR — A silver Chevrolet Silverado was reported to possibly be following a United Parcel Service truck making deliveries in the area of Ramblewood Avenue Southwest in Willmar on Thursday afternoon.

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