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For the Record: April 1, 2021

Incident reports from local and regional law enforcement

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Ambulance

5:12 p.m. Wednesday: 1600 block of Birchwood Place, Worthington, adult male with unspecified issue.

9:15 p.m. Wednesday: 900 block of Third Avenue, Worthington, adult female having a panic attack.

6:53 a.m. Thursday: 1400 block of First Avenue Southwest, Worthington, individual complaining of pain going down both arms.

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Crashes

WPD: 5:17 p.m. Wednesday, 300 block of 10th Street.

WPD: hit and run, 11:43 a.m. Thursday, 1400 block of Collegeway.

Fire

1:48 p.m. Thursday: 700 block of First Avenue, Wilmont, garage fire.

Police

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WPD: disturbing the peace, 5:21 p.m. Wednesday, 1500 block of North Burlington Avenue.

WPD: disturbing the peace, 6:43 a.m. Thursday, 1000 block of Paulson Avenue.

WPD: dog bit another dog, 10:38 a.m. Thursday, 600 block of James Boulevard.

WPD: report of fraud, 11:19 a.m. Thursday, 1000 block of Omaha Avenue.

WPD: verbal argument, 11:43 a.m. Thursday, 1500 block of North Spring Avenue.

Marriage Licenses

The Nobles County Recorder issued the following marriage licenses during March:

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Juan Bautista Perez Tomas and Maritza Floricelda Perez Juarez, both of Worthington; Alberto Garcia Perez and Maria De La Luz Martinez, both of Worthington; Lorenzo Lopez Lopez and Elena Diaz Mendez, both of Worthington; Oscar Antonio Pocasangre Sanchez and Ana Maria Merida Chun, both of Worthington; Daniel Mendez Cervantes and Cleivy Yesenia De La Rosa Roman, both of Worthington; Sarah Elaine Flores and Anthony Ray Lumsden, both of Rushmore; Samantha Joy Korver, Moville, Iowa, and Andrew John Walters, Bellevue, Nebraska; and Marcela Miranda Perez and Wilmer Anselmo Garcia Ambrocio, both of Worthington.

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