Records published July 20, 2021
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NEW LONDON — A caller reported Monday morning that someone set their mailbox on fire on the 3500 block of 150th Avenue Northeast.
WILLMAR — A caller reported Monday morning that a MacBook was stolen out of their car on the corner of Benson Avenue and Fifth Street Southwest.
Danube man charged with sexually assaulting girl in Kandiyohi County
SPICER — A 50-year-old Danube man appeared Monday morning in Kandiyohi County District Court on charges that he sexually assaulted a juvenile girl multiple times over the course of several months in 2014 and 2015.
Fisherman drowns in Hubbard County lake
PARK RAPIDS — A Brooklyn Park man drowned while fishing Monday, July 12, in Hubbard County.
Maplewood woman, 80, dies after driver fleeing police in Oakdale crashes into her car
OAKDALE — A driver has been charged with a felony for causing a woman’s death while he was fleeing police in a stolen vehicle in Oakdale, authorities said Thursday, July 15.
Eden Prairie family’s assets seized as government suspects $504,000 in PPP loan fraud
EDEN PRAIRIE — An Eden Prairie family is suspected of stealing $504,000 from the U.S. government by obtaining fraudulent business loans through the Paycheck Protection Program.
3-year-old boy critically wounded in Minneapolis shooting
MINNEAPOLIS — Minneapolis police say a 3-year-old boy is in critical condition after being shot Friday morning, July 16.
Becker County murder from 2007 to be featured on ID network Monday
DETROIT LAKES — ID Network's "Reasonable Doubt" will feature a Becker County murder case from 2007 on their next episode, which will air Monday, July 19, at 9 p.m.