Worthington man charged with burglary, domestic assault

Rangu Agwa

WORTHINGTON — A Worthington man was arrested early Wednesday morning in connection to a reported bloody assault.

According to the criminal complaint, Worthington officers arrived at a residence with a woman occupant that was visibly upset. The complainant, who had blood on her shirt, reported to officers that the victim was in the bathroom. Officers reported observing drops of blood on the floor and smeared on a couple walls throughout the apartment.

A side of the victim's face was swollen and her nose was bleeding.

The victim reported that Rangu Agwa, 24, took off running when she and the complainant said they were going to call law enforcement. Agwa was found hiding in another apartment within the dwelling. He was arrested.

Agwa denied being in the complainant's apartment. He faces felony first-degree burglary and two counts of misdemeanor domestic assault.


His conditional bail was scheduled at $50,000; and his unconditional bail at $100,000.

The Southwest Crisis Center is available in our community to support and empower survivors of sexual and domestic violence. For questions about services or how you can help contact the Southwest Crisis Center at 800-376-4311 or

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