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Records published Jan. 12, 2022

The Tribune publishes Records as part of its obligation to inform readers about the business of public institutions and to serve as a keeper of the local historical record. All items are written by Tribune staff members based on information contained in public documents from the state court system and from law enforcement agencies. It is the Tribune’s policy that this column contain a complete record. Requests for items to be withheld will not be granted.

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Arrests

WILLMAR — A 22-year-old man was arrested Tuesday afternoon during a traffic stop near the intersection of Civic Center Drive and 23rd Street Northeast.

As of Tuesday afternoon, he was not listed as in custody in the Kandiyohi County Jail.

WILLMAR — A 50-year-old woman was arrested Tuesday morning during a traffic stop on the 1800 block of 19th Avenue Southwest.

As of Tuesday afternoon, she was listed as in custody in the Kandiyohi County Jail for charges related to driving while impaired.

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NEW LONDON — A 20-year-old woman was arrested during execution of a search warrant Monday afternoon on the 19000 block of 65th Street Northeast.

As of Tuesday afternoon, she was listed as in custody in the Kandiyohi County Jail on a felony drug charge.

Crash

WILLMAR — A crash was reported Tuesday morning near the intersection of Highway 71 and 37th Avenue Northeast.

According to the report, the driver fell asleep, hit a guard rail and spun into a ditch.

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