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Records published June 15

Following is the records summary for June, 15. Robbery WILLMAR -- Willmar police are investigating a report that a man came home early Saturday morning and found two men, who were wearing black bandanas over their faces, in the victim's apartment...

Following is the records summary for June, 15.


Robbery

 
WILLMAR - Willmar police are investigating a report that a man came home early Saturday morning and found two men, who were wearing black bandanas over their faces, in the victim’s apartment.
The robbers took medicine and a wallet, according to the preliminary police report.
The incident was reported at 1:21 a.m. in the 400 block of 15 Avenue.
Assault

 
WILLMAR - A young woman who was brought to the Rice Memorial Hospital emergency room early Sunday morning told medical personnel that she had been attacked.
The preliminary police report, which was made at 6:10 a.m., indicated the woman had been smoking in a driveway when an unknown woman began hitting her.
Arrest

 
WILLMAR - A 33-year old man was arrested early Saturday morning and cited for disorderly conduct and fifth degree assault. The incident was reported at 5:45 a.m. in the 300 block of Becker Avenue Southwest.
WILLMAR - A 41-year old man was arrested early Saturday morning on a report of domestic abuse. The incident was reported at 2 a.m. in the 500 block of Seventh Street.
Theft

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WILLMAR - A handgun was reported stolen from a house in the 2000 block of 23 Street Southwest. The report was filed with the Willmar Police Department at 10:44 a.m. Sunday.
WILLMAR - A black leather wallet was reported stolen from a purse during a party shortly after midnight Sunday in the 500 block of 19th Avenue Southeast. The wallet contained a debit card, license and paycheck plus card.
WILLMAR - The theft of a TV, Xbox, laptop and clothing was reported from an apartment in the 500 block of 16 Street. The incident was reported at 2:43 p.m. Saturday.
WILLMAR - The Willmar Police Department fielded six reports of theft and/or tampering with a vehicle during a one-hour span of time early Saturday morning.
Theft of $60 in cash from a vehicle was reported in the 1300 block of Lake Avenue.
Cases of tampering with a motor vehicle were reported in the 1200 block of Quincy Avenue Southwest, the 1200 block of Ella Avenue Northwest and the 1300 block of Ella Avenue Northwest. Two separate cases were reported in the 400 block of 13 Street Northwest.
All the reports were filed with the Willmar Police Department between 7:56 a.m. and 9:16 a.m.
WILLMAR - A cell phone was reported stolen from a Perkins restaurant at 2 a.m. Saturday when the owner reportedly left the phone on a plate while using the restroom.
WILLMAR - A thief apparently stole one bike and left another in exchange. According to a police report, a blue, 26-inch, 18-speed Schwinn mountain bike was reported stolen at 3:15 p.m. Friday from the 1200 block of 28th Street Northwest. A purple Huffy bike was left in its place. Police impounded the Huffy.
Fraud

 
WILLMAR - A woman told Willmar Police Friday night that she believed she was the victim of financial fraud involving someone from Nigeria.
According to a preliminary police report filed at 5:53 p.m. Friday, the woman said she’d been in contact with a man from Nigeria since February in an online chatroom called Badoo. On June 1 the man asked the woman for money and in exchange he would send a check to her bank account.
The woman gave the man her bank information and on June 2 she received a check from Gnostic Investment Advisors LLC.
Shortly afterwards she noticed her bank account had been compromised but she didn’t know how much money had been taken.
Police advised the woman to contact the Attorney General’s office and keep in contact with her bank.

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