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Records published March 5

This is the records summary for March 5.SuspiciousWILLMAR -- A male on a bike, with bloody knuckles, was asked to leave the Country Inn in Willmar 4:55 p.m. Thursday by law enforcement after a request from staff. The man said he had a reservation...

This is the records summary for March 5.
Suspicious
WILLMAR - A male on a bike, with bloody knuckles, was asked to leave the Country Inn in Willmar 4:55 p.m. Thursday by law enforcement after a request from staff. The man said he had a reservation, but staff said there wasn’t one.
Trespassing
SUNBURG - A group of 4-wheeler riders were seen driving through property at the 22000 block of 125th Street NW in Sunburg Thursday at 7:46 p.m. When asked, the property owners said the riders did not have permission to be there. It has been an ongoing issue with 4-wheel riders being on the property and tearing it up.
Arrest
WILLMAR - A 21-year old man was arrested Friday at 12:57 a.m. at the 300th block of 17th Street NW in Willmar. The man was arrested for motor vehicle theft, receiving stolen property, 2nd degree DUI, .08 or more within two hours, fleeing on foot, driving after revocation, open bottle and two warrants.
Theft
WILLMAR - An employee at the 1300 block of 5th Street SE in Willmar reported a theft Friday at 12:58 p.m. The employee said a customer stole a drill from his work cart Thursday.
Law enforcement was told there was video of the incident.
Marriages
Kandiyohi County
Laura Mychael Bonnema, Raymond; Lucas John Burgstahler, Stewart
Brock Robert Otterness, Willmar; Susan Agnes Lacek, Willmar
Hermelinda Gallegos, Willmar; Fernando Lopez-Cid, Willmar
Pablo Gerardo Gutierrez Jr, Willmar; Nancy Ciriaco-Vera, Willmar
Nicole Anne Dethlefs, Spicer; Zane Robert Pederson, Spicer
Jonathan Troy Haverly, New London; Karlee Marie Johnson, Willmar

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