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Records summary for July 16.

This is the records summary for July 16. Scam RAYMOND -- An individual reported a scam incident to the Kandiyohi Sheriff's Office on Thursday. The person received a call that a loan from Dec. 15 was past due. When the person contacted the bank sp...

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This is the records summary for July 16.

Scam RAYMOND -- An individual reported a scam incident to the Kandiyohi Sheriff’s Office on Thursday. The person received a call that a loan from Dec. 15 was past due. When the person contacted the bank specified, the bank said there was no record of a loan or any fraudulent charges.

Theft WILLMAR -- A scooter was reported stolen from a yard on the 900 block of Walnut Place Southwest. The white scooter with blue and black writing was last seen at about 7 p.m. Wednesday outside by the garage. There was no serial number and there are no known suspects in the case.

Marriage licenses Kandiyohi County Lacey Joy Tebben, Prinsburg; David Jonathon Van Klompenburg, Clara City

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Mary Joan Pawlitschek, Willmar; Reuben Edwin Walman, Willmar

Karen Rachel Anderson, Lester Prairie; Beau James Johnson, Willmar

Aaron Michael Privette, Willmar; Tosha Ann Davis, Willmar

Benjamin Virgil Clark, Kandiyohi; April Lynn Kummrow, Kandiyohi

Ray Jerome Evenson, Willmar; Karen Louise Marks, Olivia

Trevor John Maloney, Willmar; Elizabeth Mary Brunner, no address listed

Nathan Saul Schueller, Willmar; Stephanie Kay Miller, Willmar

Sara Beth Sundin, Willmar; Francisco Javier Carrizales Ramirez, Willmar

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