Records published Jan. 20, 2020

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LAKE ANDREW TOWNSHIP — Saraann Marie Carlson, 51, of Sauk Centre, was transported to Carris-Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar for non-life threatening injuries after her vehicle collided with another vehicle on an icy and snowy intersection Tuesday morning in Kandiyohi County, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

Read more about the incident here.

WILLMAR — A Honda Scion and a Chevrolet Equinox collided Tuesday morning at the intersection of Kandiyohi Avenue Southwest and Fifth Street Southwest after the driver of one of the vehicles tried to stop but was unable to stop due to slippery road conditions.

WILLMAR — A hit and run was reported Monday afternoon on the 1400 block of Fifth Street Southwest in Willmar.


NEW LONDON — A crash between a motor vehicle and a fish house was reported Tuesday morning near the intersection of U.S. Highway 71 Northeast and County Road 40 Northeast.

The Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Lakes Area Responders and the New London Ambulance, responded to the incident.


WILLMAR — A 47-year-old man requested Monday night that law enforcement pick him up on an active warrant at a Holiday Inn in the 200 block of 23rd Street Southeast.

He is currently listed in custody in the Kandiyohi County Jail for a felony drug charge and a misdemeanor fleeing a peace office charge.


WILLMAR — A theft of two sets of LED lights by two males was reported Monday night on the 400 block 19th Avenue Southwest in Willmar.

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