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Records published Feb. 28, 2019

This is the records summary for Feb. 28. Slippery roads bring more traffic mishaps WILLMAR -- Another fresh coating of snow made for slippery roads and mishaps on area roads Wednesday. Kandiyohi County sheriff's officers and Willmar police office...

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This is the records summary for Feb. 28.

Slippery roads bring more traffic mishaps

WILLMAR - Another fresh coating of snow made for slippery roads and mishaps on area roads Wednesday.

Kandiyohi County sheriff's officers and Willmar police officers responded to a number of reported minor crashes including locations on the Highway 71 Bypass northeast of Willmar; the intersection of Sixth Street and Grace Avenue Southwest in Willmar; Willmar Avenue Southwest; Lakeland Drive in Willmar; and the intersection of First Street South and Trott Avenue Southwest.

Police are investigating a report of a hit-and-run accident at 8:04 p.m. Tuesday at Fourth Street and Litchfield Avenue Southwest. A woman reported being hit by a car at 1:50 p.m. Wednesday on the 1700 block of Fifth Street Southwest in Willmar.

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Thefts

WILLMAR - A Willmar resident reported that six pairs of jeans delivered to her house on the 600 block of Pacific Avenue Southwest were stolen on Wednesday.

NEW LONDON - A business on Highway 9 Northeast reported the theft of $212.31.

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