Records published Oct. 6, 2020

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Woman receives stay of adjudication on arrest outside Zorbaz

WILLMAR — Kaneasha Justine Castillo, 28, of Renville, has received a stay of adjudication for disorderly conduct in Kandiyohi County District Court.

She was one of three people arrested and charged with misdemeanors when Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office deputies cleared a late-night crowd in the parking lot outside Zorbaz restaurant in Spicer. Castillo was one of three people arrested that night.

A stay of adjudication means the guilty plea will not go on her record as a conviction if she completes one year of unsupervised probation and pays $305 in fines and court fees. Misdemeanor charges for fifth-degree assault and obstructing the legal process were dismissed.


WILLMAR — A 23-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly stealing a vehicle Sunday evening on the 1400 block of 13th Avenue Northeast.


RAYMOND — A burglary was reported Monday morning from a shop on the 400 block of Spicer Avenue where tools were reported stolen.


According to the report, the shop was broken into sometime after noon Saturday.


WILLMAR — A child was possibly assaulted according to a call from a woman around 11:40 a.m. Monday on the 1400 block of Dana Drive Southeast.


WILLMAR — A man reported a verbal assault at Cub Foods Sunday evening. He made the report at the Law Enforcement Center in Willmar.

According to the report, a man came up to him and threatened to beat him up.

Damage to car

WILLMAR — A vehicle’s window was reported as damaged Monday afternoon on the 800 block of Third Street Southwest.

According to the report, the window was broken out on Sept. 29 by Rice Park.


NEW LONDON — A caller reported that packages had been stolen off their porch Monday morning on the 20000 block of County Road 9 Northeast.

According to the report, the suspect was in a maroon pickup and there is Ring video of the suspect.


WILLMAR — Two propane tanks were reported stolen Monday morning on the 1200 block of Gorton Avenue Northwest.

Stolen and damaged signs

WILLMAR — Biden/Harris and Tina Smith campaign signs were reported stolen Sunday afternoon on the 1900 block of First Street North.

According to the report, they were stolen between 3 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. that day.

WILLMAR — Two Trump campaign signs were reported stolen Sunday evening on the corner of Lakeland Drive and Seventh Avenue Southeast.

According to the report, the signs cost a total of $135.

WILLMAR — A damaged sign was reported Sunday evening on the 1600 block of 19th Avenue Southeast.

According to the report, the owner was able to put it back up. The type of sign is not mentioned in the report.

SUNBURG — An unspecified sign was reported stolen Monday morning on the 16000 block of 140th Street Northwest. The theft was believed to have happened Saturday night.

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