Records published Sept. 30, 2020

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Drug arrest

WILLMAR — A 36-year-old man was arrested for felony fifth-degree drug possession during a Tuesday morning traffic stop on the corner of Anne Street and Minnesota Avenue Southeast.


WILLMAR — A pedestrian on a bike was reportedly hit by a motor vehicle Tuesday morning at the intersection of First Street South and Kandiyohi Avenue Southwest.


SPICER — Two handguns were reported stolen around 10 a.m. Tuesday from a break-in at a shop on the 5400 block of 97th Avenue Northeast.

Stolen vehicle

WILLMAR — A stolen vehicle from Murdock could possibly be in Willmar, according to a report the Willmar Police Department received around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday.


SPICER — A woman told law enforcement Monday night that she had been punched in the face Saturday at Zorbaz on the 150 block of Lake Avenue South.


Disturbing call

SPICER — A mother reported her daughter had received a disturbing fraud call that was “very sexual” around 5:30 p.m. Monday on the 8700 block of 80th Street Northeast.

According to the report, law enforcement advised them to block the number.


NEW LONDON — Tires and a wheel balancer were reported stolen around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday from Windy Hill Auto Parts on the 9200 block of 240th Avenue Northeast.

WILLMAR — A theft was reported around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday on the 300 block of 17th Street Northwest.

Stolen political signs

SUNBURG — An unspecified political sign was reported stolen Monday afternoon on the 16000 block of 140th Street Northwest.

WILLMAR — An unspecified political sign was reported stolen Monday night on the 2700 block of 12th Avenue Northwest.

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