For the Record: Jan. 31, 2021

Incident reports from local and regional law enforcement

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4:35 a.m. Saturday: 300 block of 11th Avenue, Worthington, adult female with diabetic issues.

11:02 p.m. Saturday: 1600 block of Oxford Street, Worthington.

12:34 p.m. Sunday: Interstate 90 near mile marker 36, juvenile male having a seizure. Rushmore Rescue and Sanford Ambulance dispatched.



NCSO: vehicle off roadway, 3:58 p.m. Saturday, Nobles County 5 and 290th Avenue, Worthington.

NCSO: vehicle off roadway, 4:21 p.m. Saturday, Nobles County 25 and 170th Street.

Minnesota State Patrol: 5:16 p.m. Saturday, Interstate 90 near mile marker 37. A 2003 Ford F150 operated by Dah Eh, 19 of Worthington was eastbound in snowy/icy conditions when it lost control, left the road and entered the south ditch. Eh, as well as two passengers — Baw Day, 62, of Worthington and Blet Mu, 18, of Worthington — were all taken to Sanford Worthington Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. The Nobles County Sheriff’s Office, Sanford Worthington Ambulance, Rushmore Rescue and Rushmore Fire Department.

NCSO: 4:35 a.m. Sunday, Nobles County 4 and Nobles County 5, Round Lake.


WPD: theft, 6:02 p.m. Friday, 2100 block of Nobles Street.


NCSO: verbal argument, 6:15 p.m. Friday, 100 block of North Seney.

WPD: disturbing the peace/loud party, 11:48 p.m. Friday, 700 block of Crailsheim.

WPD: drugs, 11:51 a.m. Saturday, 2100 block of Nobles Street.

WPD: property damage, 2:16 p.m. Saturday, 1400 block of Clary Street.

WPD: disorderly conduct, 9:39 p.m. Saturday, 800 block of Grand Avenue.

WPD: dog bite, 11:49 p.m. Saturday, undisclosed location.

WPD: shoplifting, 3:47 p.m. Sunday, 1700 block of Oxford Street.


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