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Records published Feb. 28

The following contains the records summary for Feb. 28.Man arrested for allegedly burglarizing Litchfield residence LITCHFIELD -- A 36-year-old Cosmos man was arrested Thursday morning for allegedly burglarizing a Litchfield residence and possess...

The following contains the records summary for Feb. 28.
Man arrested for allegedly burglarizing Litchfield residence
LITCHFIELD - A 36-year-old Cosmos man was arrested Thursday morning for allegedly burglarizing a Litchfield residence and possessing drugs, according to police.
Officers of the Litchfield Police Department and Meeker County Sheriff’s Office arrested the man around 8 p.m. Thursday as he was coming out of a residence on East Second Street, according to a news release from the Litchfield Police Department.
The suspect was reportedly carrying stolen property from the residence to a nearby vehicle when he was spotted by officers.
He was transported to the Meeker County Jail pending formal charges. An undetermined amount of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia was recovered, along with the stolen property.
The investigation continues and more arrests are expected, the news release states.
Home reportedly burglarized
Friday morning in Willmar
WILLMAR - It was reported at 9 a.m. Friday that a home had been burglarized in the 900 block of Seventh Street Southwest. A person had smashed the back door of the residence and stolen a laptop and watch, according to police reports.
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