Records published Dec. 24, 2020

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WILLMAR — A 28-year-old woman was arrested on assault and robbery charges Tuesday afternoon on the 1600 block of U.S. Highway 12 East.

WILLMAR — A domestic assault was reported Tuesday night on the 400 block of Litchfield Avenue Southwest.


WILLMAR — A burglary was reported Wednesday morning on the 400 block of 20th Street Northwest.

In other public safety news:


  • Home a total loss after Tuesday evening fire in Grove City, no injuries No one was home at the time of the Tuesday evening fire in Grove City, including the owner, Donald Deeble, 53. No injuries were reported. 


WILLMAR — Law enforcement responded to a call involving the violation of an order for protection and a theft Wednesday morning on the 800 block of Willmar Avenue Southeast.

WILLMAR — A theft from a motor vehicle was reported Wednesday morning on the 400 block of Lakeland Drive Southeast.

Damage to property

WILLMAR — A front window was reported damaged by two BBs or pellet shots Tuesday evening at a residence on the 1300 block of 17th Street Southwest.

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