Sept. 7 — Someone stole $600 from a residence on Fourth Street Southeast.
Sept. 9 — Items were stolen from a vendor booth during the Arts and Crafts Fair.
Sept. 10 — Someone dented the driver’s side of a vehicle and damaged the stereo. The vehicle was parked on 10th Street Southwest.
Sept. 11 — Someone driving a four-wheeler damaged trailers parked on Eighth Street Northwest.
Sept. 11 — A resident on First Street Northeast reported a theft.
Sept. 12 — Someone went through items in a vehicle parked on Third Street Northeast. Nothing appeared to be missing.
Sept. 12 — Someone broke into a vehicle parked on Third Street Northeast. Nothing appeared to be missing, but one item was left that did not belong in the vehicle.
Sept. 12 — Items were stolen from two different vehicles parked on Second Avenue Northeast. Stolen were a pair of blue Oakley sunglasses, value $120 (paint is peeled around the nose and nicks on one of the lenses); purple Brunswick Zone bowling ball, value $220; a blue with yellow orange flames Storm bowling ball, value $200; green two-ball carrying bag; one pair bowling shoes Dunlop men’s size 11, value $65; a Silva ranger compass, value $60; Bushnell binoculars 10×50, camouflage, value $130; grey and black school bag, value $30. Contents of the bag included a daily planner, general biology textbook from Central Lakes College, value $170, a TI85-plus calculator still in the package, value $117.50, miscellaneous pens and pencils, value $50 and a pair of DVX black sunglasses.