Records published Feb. 10, 2021

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WILLMAR — A 27-year-old man was arrested on a warrant Tuesday morning on the 200 block of Havana Street Northeast.

WILLMAR — A 27-year-old man and a 29-year-old woman were arrested Monday afternoon for felony fifth-degree drug charges on the 1100 block of Second Street Southeast.

WILLMAR — A 34-year-old woman was arrested on multiple charges, including a felony for threats of violence, early Tuesday morning on the 400 block of 15th Avenue Southwest.

WILLMAR — A 28-year-old man was arrested for a felony warrant Tuesday morning in the Carris Health — Rice Memorial Hospital emergency room.


Weapons complaint

WILLMAR — A woman reported one shot being fired around 12:38 a.m. Tuesday on the 1300 block of Sixth Street Southwest.

KANDIYOHI — A man reported his identity had been stolen and used for unemployment claims Tuesday morning on the 9300 block of 30th Avenue Northeast.

WILLMAR — Counterfeit money was reportedly passed Tuesday morning on the 1600 block of U.S. Highway 12 East.

Gunfire at clinic at Buffalo, Minnesota, clinic leaves several seriously wounded

BUFFALO — Gunshots erupted at a health clinic in Wright County late Tuesday morning, Feb. 9, followed by a bomb exploding, and at least five people were reported to be wounded by the gunfire.

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