Records published June 22, 2021

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WILLMAR — A 25-year-old man was arrested Sunday night for an outstanding warrant in Renville County and obstruction on the 1000 block of 90th Avenue Southeast.

According to the report, police initially responded to a call that a man almost ran someone off the road and was doing burnouts in an old Chevrolet with a Trump sign in the back.


ATWATER — Catalytic converters were reported stolen Monday morning from four pickup trucks on the 16000 block of Highway 12 Northeast.

According to the report, the damage cost is estimated to be more than $4,000.


WILLMAR — A theft was reported Monday morning on the 1600 block of First Street South.

According to the report, the complainant said a man asked to use their phone and then sent himself $100 on a phone app.

Montevideo man sentenced in third sex assault case against juveniles

WILLMAR — A Montevideo man already in prison for two previous sex assault convictions has been sentenced to prison for sexually assaulting another juvenile between 2017 and 2019.

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Duluth man arrested after apparent random fatal shooting in St. Cloud

ST. CLOUD — A man was shot and killed inside the doorway of his St. Cloud home early Sunday, June 20, in what authorities are calling a random incident.

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When gun violence soars, stray bullets claim young lives in Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS — When K.G. Wilson stood outside of a Minneapolis hospital the day his granddaughter was pronounced dead, he expressed grief, sadness and anger. The longtime peace activist is typically the one consoling families of gunshot victims. Now he found himself in their shoes, helpless and in need of support, as he called on the killer of his 6-year-old granddaughter to turn themself in.

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