Records published July 23, 2021

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KANDIYOHI — A 37-year-old man was arrested Wednesday afternoon for a warrant on the 19000 block of 65th Street Northeast.

As of Thursday afternoon, the man was in custody in the Kandiyohi County Jail for felony fifth-degree drug possession and misdemeanor driving while impaired.

WILLMAR — An unknown Chevrolet truck ran into a light pole and mailbox Thursday morning on the 2300 block of Gorton Avenue Northwest.

The light pole and mail box were damaged but no injuries are listed.


Recovered vehicle

WILLMAR — A stolen vehicle was recovered Wednesday afternoon on the 2600 block of 15th Avenue Northwest.

Stolen vehicle

WILLMAR — A vehicle was reported stolen Wednesday afternoon on the 700 block of Litchfield Avenue Southeast after someone left the keys inside.


WILLMAR — A woman called law enforcement early Thursday morning about someone outside knocking on their window at a residence on the 5800 block of 15th Street Northeast.

Kandiyohi County sheriff's deputies found a rat in the window sill making noise.

Ex-girlfriend of accused Minn. serial child predator hopes more girls find courage to come forward

Tianna Saltzman was the one who tipped police that her boyfriend, 19-year-old Julio Clauson, was allegedly driving hours across Minnesota and North Dakota to have sex with young teens he met through Snapchat.

Read more about the story here.

Canadian man pleads guilty to having 67 firearms in car near Fergus Falls

A Canadian man has pleaded guilty to unlawfully possessing a firearm in the U.S., according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Minnesota.

Read more about the story here.

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