Records published Jan. 19, 2020

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Shooting death

WILLMAR — Willmar authorities are putting every available resource into solving the "horrible and tragic" death of David Delfosse, 41, who was shot while working in his garage Friday evening along the 1000 block of Fourth Street Southwest. The bullet was found to have come through a wall of the garage and hit Delfosse, who later died at Carris-Rice Memorial Hospital.

Read more on David Delfosse's shooting death at .


WILLMAR — A 61-year-old woman was arrested for driving under the influence and test refusal Sunday night on the 800 block of Litchfield Avenue Southwest in Willmar.


WILLMAR — An assault with a knife was reported Monday morning on the 900 block of Third Street Southwest in Willmar.

Damage to home

WILLMAR — Damage to the siding of a home by a neighbor was reported Monday afternoon on the 5000 block of East Eagle Lake Road north of Willmar.


Multiple citations for underage drinking

RAYMOND — At least eight people were cited for minor consumption around 12:32 a.m. Monday at a house party on the 11000 block of 120th Avenue Southwest in Raymond.

House egged

WILLMAR — Law enforcement responded to a report Monday morning that multiple houses had been egged along Fourth Street Southwest in Willmar.

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