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Records published July 6

This is the records summary for July 6. Green Lake complaints SPICER--The Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office was called to multiple incidents on Green Lake Monday afternoon. That included at least three reports--2:20 p.m., 2:45 p.m. and around 5:30 p.

 

This is the records summary for July 6.

Green Lake complaints

SPICER-The Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office was called to multiple incidents on Green Lake Monday afternoon. That included at least three reports-2:20 p.m., 2:45 p.m. and around 5:30 p.m.-of unruly partiers on the lake. Deputies also received report of boats parking too close to a dock, blocking an individual from their property, around 4:30 p.m., and assisted a broken down pontoon near Green Lake Lutheran Bible Camp.

Arrest

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SPICER-Two 21-year-old men were arrested Monday for disorderly conduct near the 150 block of Lake Avenue South. They were arrested and booked into the Kandiyohi County Jail until sober.

Domestic incident

KANDIYOHI-Sheriff's deputies transported a woman on the 530 block of McDermott Avenue South in Kandiyohi to the Safe Avenues shelter in Willmar for the night after report of a domestic occurrence. They received report around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday that a man had punched a hole in a closet door and threatened a woman. Over an hour later, deputies received report from a man at the same address that a woman had cut his face. She told deputies she was asleep in another room at the time.

Vandalism

WILLMAR-A man on the 1230 block of 15th Street Southwest reported to the Willmar Police Department his vehicle had been egged sometime during the night of July 3.

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