Morrison County Sheriff’s Department
July 19 — A blue plastic tackle box containing miscellaneous summer tackle and three antique Shakespeare reels, valued at $600 – $700, a plastic green tackle box with miscellaneous summer tackle, valued at $100, and a small fabric tackle box with ice fishing tackle, valued at $100, were stolen from a pole shed on property located on 63rd Street in Royalton.
July 20 — A picnic table and gas tank at the Hillman Legion were vandalized with black paint.
July 20 — A resident on Lincoln Hills Road in Cushing reported an attempted burglary after discovering the garage service door had been kicked in.
July 20 — A break-in at a residence on Main Street in Upsala was reported. The back door had been kicked in, but nothing appeared to be missing.
July 20 — A mailbox was stolen from a residence on Highway 27 in Little Falls.
July 20 — A resident on Graystone Turn in Randall reported several checks from their checking account had been used with a forged signature.
July 21 — Someone left two plastic water bottles and a metal soup can, as well as some aluminum remnants, inside a mailbox on Barrel Road in Burtrum. Officers said it appeared to be a toilet bowl cleaner bomb.
July 21 — A theft was reported at a business on 320th Street in Cushing.
July 23 — Damage was done to property on Badger Creek Road in Swanville.
July 24 — A resident on 260th Avenue in Royalton reported 20 Pioneer brand seed corn signs, valued at $300, were stolen from his fields.
July 24 — Someone pulled up all the vegetables in a garden at a residence on DeGraff Avenue in Swanville.
July 24 — A resident on 398th Avenue in Hillman reported damaged had been done to their property.
July 24 — A resident on 203rd Street in Little Falls reported a theft.
July 25 — A resident on Cardinal Road in Swanville reported someone had stolen his identity and opened one credit card account in his name, and attempted to open at least four others.