Records published Sept. 23, 2020

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Squatter arrest

WILLMAR — A 26-year-old man was arrested around 3:07 p.m. Monday for squatting in a building on the 300 block of Fourth Street Southwest.

The man was later arrested for being disorderly Tuesday morning in the lobby of the Law Enforcement Center in Willmar after being released from jail.


SPICER — A 71-year-old man was arrested for driving while impaired around 3:48 p.m. Monday on the 13000 block of Indian Beach Road.

According to the report, the man was arrested at his residence and brought to detox after testing.

SPICER — A 57-year-old man was arrested for DWI around 6:38 p.m. Monday near the 13000 block of Indian Beach Road after leaving a bar.


Warrant arrest

WILLMAR — A 29-year-old man was arrested on a Minnesota Department of Corrections warrant around 3:07 p.m. Monday on the 600 block of Trott Avenue Southwest.


WILLMAR — A washing machine was reported stolen around noon Tuesday on the 300 block of 14th Street Southwest.

WILLMAR — The theft of two kayaks and other miscellaneous items was reported around 5:44 p.m. Monday on the 800 block of Sixth Street Southwest.

NEW LONDON — The theft of items over Labor Day was reported around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday on the 2000 block of 89th Street Northeast.

WILLMAR — A theft was reported around 6:24 p.m. Monday on the 700 block of 19th Avenue Southeast.

WILLMAR — A caller reported around 7:23 a.m. Tuesday on the 1200 block of 30th Avenue Northwest that their Apple account had been hacked and someone ordered two phones from it.

Criminal damage to property

WILLMAR — A caller reported that someone had smeared feces on the door and the walls of their business around 8:37 a.m. Tuesday on the 400 block of Benson Avenue Southeast.

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