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Records published Sept. 11, 2020

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Domestic incidents

WILLMAR — A man was arrested for first-degree burglary, violation of a domestic-assault-no-contact order, stalking and theft around 5:38 p.m. Wednesday during a domestic call on the 1500 block of 15th Street Southeast.

According to the report, around 12:01 a.m. Thursday, the man returned to the residence, broke into it through the back door and came into the person’s bedroom to talk to them before leaving, again violating the no-contact order.

WILLMAR — A warrant was requested for a man around 2:48 p.m. Wednesday after an officer learned the man had made threats of violence against two people on the 1800 block of Seventh Avenue Southeast.

Arrests

SPICER — A 20-year-old man was arrested for felony fifth-degree drug possession and felony receiving stolen property around 4:22 p.m. Wednesday on the 200 block of Hillcrest Avenue.

WILLMAR — A 26-year-old man was arrested on a warrant around 11:52 a.m. Thursday on the 900 block of Fifth Street Southeast.

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Fraud

RAYMOND — A woman reported around 2:01 p.m. Wednesday on the 100 block of Fourth Street that her mother was scammed of $500 through the purchase of gift cards.

Theft

WILLMAR — An iPhone was reported stolen around 2:29 p.m. Thursday on the 3100 block of Seventh Avenue Northwest.

Stolen political signs

WILLMAR — A Trump campaign sign and blue line sign were reported stolen around 1:02 p.m. Wednesday on the 4400 block of Kandiyohi County Road 5 Northwest.

SPICER — A couple of Trump campaign signs were reported stolen around 11:32 a.m. Thursday on the 400 block of Miller Street.

SUNBURG — A Trump campaign sign was reported stolen around 2:48 p.m. Thursday on the 3500 block of state Highway 9 Northwest.

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