Records published June 2, 2021

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LAKE LILLIAN — A 29-year-old man was cited for failure to obtain a burn permit late Monday night after trying to burn down his old barn on the 5400 block of 210th Avenue Southeast.

A caller traveling on state Highway 7 reported the fire to emergency services around 11:33 p.m. Monday.

The Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office, the Blomkest Fire Department and First Responders and the Lake Lillian Fire Department and Ambulance responded to the incident.


WILLMAR — A burglary was reported Tuesday morning on the 5200 block of Lawler Beach Road Northeast.



RAYMOND — Items were reported stolen Monday evening from a residence on the 5300 block of 120th Avenue Southwest.

Disorderly conduct

WILLMAR — A man unhappy with his relationship early Tuesday morning was told not to return to a McDonald's on the 700 block of First Street South after a caller reported he was pounding on the drive-thru window.

Man dead after water emergency in Boundary Waters area

DULUTH — A 51-year-old man from Morrison County, Minn., died on Memorial Day in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.

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$1M bail set for Woodbury mom accused of attacking children

WOODBURY, Minn. — Bail has been set at $1 million for the Woodbury woman charged with attempted murder and assault for allegedly attacking two of her children, leaving one gravely injured.

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Minnesota woman — dubbed ‘neighbor from hell’ — charged after allegedly stalking neighbors, forcing them to move

RAMSEY COUNTY, Minn. — A White Bear Township woman — dubbed “the neighbor from hell” — has been charged after authorities say she repeatedly stalked her neighbors, forcing them to sell their home.

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