Records published Oct. 7, 2019



WILLMAR — A lawn mower was stolen during the night from a residence on the 700 block of Second Street Southwest, Willmar, it was reported Saturday morning.

Dog on loose

WILLMAR — A warning was issued to a Willmar resident for repeatedly allowing a pit bull to be on the loose on the 1900 block of 19th Avenue Southwest on Friday afternoon. Police received numerous complaints about the dog, including one woman who reportedly was chased off the road by the animal.

Counterfeit bills in ditch

KANDIYOHI — A resident reported counterfeit bills were found in a ditch along with a bag of garbage on Friday afternoon.

Video of fight could lead to charges

WILLMAR — A video uncovered on social media of a fight at the Middle School in Willmar on February 16 could lead to charges against parties involved. The parties in the video have been identified and the video was sent to the Kandiyohi County Attorney's office for review and possible charges.

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