Records published June 9, 2021

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WILLMAR — A passenger in a single motor vehicle crash late Monday night was transported to Carris Health — Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar for head injuries after a mini van in which she was riding hit a pole on the 700 block of 19th Avenue Southeast.

Stolen Dozer

WILLMAR — The theft of 44,000-pound D6 Dozer was reported Tuesday morning from the 3500 block of U.S. Highway 12 East.


WILLMAR — A 35-year-old man was arrested Monday night on the 1400 block of Lakeland Drive Northeast for violating a domestic-abuse-no-contact order.

WILLMAR — A 37-year-old man was arrested on a warrant Tuesday morning on the 1100 block of Highway 71 Northeast.



WILLMAR — A woman reported Tuesday morning she was beat up, put into a vehicle and dropped off at a park in Willmar.


SPICER — A motor vehicle was reported stolen Tuesday morning on the 9100 block of 123rd Avenue Southeast.

WILLMAR — An auger was reported stolen Monday afternoon from a business on the 3500 block of U.S. Highway 12 East.

WILLMAR — Items were reported stolen Tuesday morning from a garage and a vehicle inside the garage on the 2300 block of Third Avenue Southeast.

According to the report, a purse was stolen from the garage and an iPad was stolen from the vehicle.

KANDIYOHI — Items were reported stolen Monday night from rental storage units on the 100 block of Fifth Street South.

According to the report, the locks on the units had been cut.

More than a dozen agencies search for missing swimmer Monday in presumed drowning in Big Kandiyohi Lake

LAKE LILLIAN — Over a dozen agencies continue to look for a missing swimmer Monday in a presumed drowning in Big Kandiyohi Lake, according to Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office Detective Sgt. Kent Bauman.


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Police investigating Sunday morning shooting of Morton man in Redwood County

BELVIEW — Law enforcement is investigating the shooting of a Morton man early Sunday morning at a residence south of Belview, according to news releases from the Redwood County Sheriff's Office.

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Father says Fargo stabbing victim, 14, unlikely to survive; judge sets $1M bail for suspect

FARGO — The man accused of attacking a 14-year-old middle school girl in Fargo and leaving her with life-threatening injuries Friday morning, June 4, is being held on $1 million cash bail.

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Stepfather accused of starting gunfight that ended in 14-year-old's death in Woodbury

ST. PAUL — The stepfather of a Maplewood teenager shot to death outside a Woodbury graduation party Saturday night, June 5, is accused of starting the gunfight that killed the boy.

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Man arrested Sunday evening following vehicle pursuit after domestic incident in Belgrade

BELGRADE — An 18-year-old man was arrested on multiple felony charges after fleeing police Sunday evening following a domestic call on the 27000 block of Kandiyohi County Road 9 Northeast, according to a news release from the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office.


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