Morrison County Sheriff’s Department
Aug. 31 — A gas station in Cushing reported someone pumped $50.08 worth of gasoline and drove off without paying for it.
Aug. 31 — Three frozen pizzas, a change jar containing $150 and three movies were stolen from a resident on Balcony Road in Burtrum.
Aug. 31 — Copper pipes and wire were stolen from a cabin located on 360th Avenue in Hillman.
Sept. 1 — A resident on River Drive in Little Falls reported their property had been damaged.
Sept. 1 — A gas station in Royalton reported someone pumped gasoline and left without paying for it.
Sept. 2 — A resident on 285th Avenue in Pierz reported a burglary at the property.
Sept. 2 — About $2,000 worth of items were stolen from a boat. The items included three tackle boxes and tackle, five or six reels, and the trolling motor was found laying on the ground. The boat was parked at Atlantic Avenue in Randall.
Sept. 2 — A resident on Nature Road in Foley reported damage had been done to their property.
Sept. 2 — A resident on Third Avenue South in Bowlus reported a theft.
Sept. 2 — A resident on 280th Street and 60th Avenue in Cushing reported four-wheelers had been driven through the corn field and caused damage to the corn.
Sept. 3 — A gas station on Highway 10 South in Motley reported someone pumped $56.30 worth of gasoline and drove off without paying.
Sept. 4 — Someone, perhaps duck hunters, shattered the front windshield of a vehicle while it was parked at a residence on 133rd Street in Pierz.
Sept. 4 — A boat was vandalized and several items stolen from it, while it was parked on Highway 10 in Motley Township due to a flat tire. The owner found the vandalism and theft when he returned.
Sept. 4 — A yellow semi-truck axle and a semi-wheel dolly, valued at $1,250, were stolen from a property on 53rd Street in Foley.
Sept. 4 — A resident on 150th Avenue in Little Falls reported damage had been done to the property.