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Records published Jan. 9, 2019

This is the records summary for Jan. 9 Political manifesto WILLMAR -- Willmar police took a call Tuesday morning from an individual who was inquiring about rules pertaining to handing out his "political manifesto" in Willmar. The individual was t...

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This is the records summary for Jan. 9

Political manifesto

WILLMAR - Willmar police took a call Tuesday morning from an individual who was inquiring about rules pertaining to handing out his "political manifesto" in Willmar.

The individual was told that if the information was not obscene or offensive, it would not be a violation of ordinances to distribute it on public property, but permission would be required prior to handing it out on private property.

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According to the preliminary report, the individual said his information would be political in nature and would not include any pornographic depictions, swearing or derogatory name-calling.

Vandalism

WILLMAR - Tires on a Chevy Impala were slashed in the 400 block of Ann Street Southeast. The incident was reported at 8:11 a.m. Tuesday.

Arrest

WILLMAR - A 50-year-old man was arrested Tuesday afternoon at Augusta Avenue and Sixth Street Southeast on an outstanding warrant. The incident was reported at 1:42 p.m.

Stolen garbage can

PENNOCK - A resident in the 8000 block of 15th Avenue Southwest reported seeing an individual park next to their driveway and steal their garbage can. The individual reportedly put the West Central Sanitation garbage can in the back of a dark gray Chevy pickup and drove away, heading west.

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