For the Record: Jan. 19, 2021

Incident reports from local and area law enforcement

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4:19 p.m. Monday: 900 block of McMillan Street, Worthington, adult male with difficulty breathing.

6:22 p.m. Monday: 2000 block of North Humiston Avenue, Worthington, adult female who had fallen.



WPD: hit and run, 5:58 p.m. Monday, 200 block of 10th Street.

WPD: 11:30 p.m. Monday, First Avenue Southwest and South Shore Drive.

WPD: 1:22 a.m. Tuesday, 1300 block of Spring Avenue.

WPD: 11:34 a.m. Tuesday, Oxford and McMillan streets.

WPD: 2:02 p.m. Tuesday, Minnesota 60 and Nobles County 35.

Minnesota State Patrol: 2:23 p.m. Tuesday, Interstate 90 east of Worthington, Lorain Township. A 2007 Ford F150 operated by Matthew Harry Parkhurst, 51, of Greenwood, Missouri was eastbound in snowy/icy when it lost control, entered the ditch and rolled. Parkhurst was taken to Sanford Worthington Medical Center with a non-life-threatening injury. The Nobles County Sheriff’s Office, Worthington Ambulance and Brewster Fire Department assisted.

WPD: vehicle off roadway, 3:13 p.m. Tuesday, Minnesota 60 and West Gateway Drive.

WPD: 3:48 p.m. Tuesday, parking lot in 1700 block of Minnesota 60.



WPD: disorderly conduct, 3:34 p.m. Monday, 900 block of Linda Lane. Ambulance dispatched.

WPD: identity theft, 4:30 p.m. Monday, 300 block of Galena Street.

WPD: disturbing the peace/fireworks, 6:17 p.m. Monday, 2100 block of Castlewood Drive.

NCSO: burglary, 1:02 p.m. Tuesday, 100 block of Main Street, Round Lake.

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