Sept. 30 — Someone used purple paint to spray-paint a mailbox and 911 sign at a resident on 20th Street in Bowlus.
Oct. 1 — A Bowlus resident reported someone had stolen the license plate tab off the back license of the owner’s pickup.
Oct. 1 — A theft was reported by a resident of 183rd Street, Little Falls.
Oct. 2 — A business on Highway 25 in Pierz reported someone damaged the business sign.
Oct. 3 — A resident on 145th Street in Little Falls reported a theft.
Oct. 3 — A gas station in Royalton reported someone pumped $20.13 in gasoline and drove off without paying.
Oct. 3 — Someone drove a four-wheeler into a cornfield causing damage at property on Cable Road, Little Falls.
Oct. 4 — A business on Highway 10 in Royalton reported a theft.
Oct. 4 — Damage to property on Cable Road in Little Falls was reported.
Oct. 5 — A resident on Pine Avenue South in Motley reported a theft.
Oct. 6 — A resident on Bear Road in Cushing reported a theft.
Oct. 6 — A resident on 110th Avenue in Royalton reported a theft.
Oct. 7 — A resident on Main Street in Pierz reported a stolen vehicle.
Oct. 7 — A resident on Baltic Road and 50th Street in Swanville reported a theft.
Oct. 7 — A resident on 163rd Street in Little Falls reported damage had been done to their property.
Oct. 7 — A resident on Grouse Road in Little Falls reported a stolen cell phone.
Oct. 8 — A business on Highway 10 in Royalton reported a theft.
Oct. 8 — Several feet of electrical line was cut from an irrigation system on Nature Road and 210th Avenue in Royalton.
Oct. 8 — A purse with a wallet, Social Security card, bank card, driver’s license, cell phone, vehicle and home keys and a couple hundred dollars was stolen from an establishment in Sobieski.
Oct. 9 — Items were stolen from an unlocked shed on River Drive in Little Falls. Items stolen include gas, a gas tank, a drill, small tools and more.
Oct. 10 — A shed located on 320th Avenue and 203rd Street in Pierz was broken into. Items missing included impact socket sets, snap-on wrenches and a skid loader tire was cut.
Oct. 10 — A counterfeit $20 bill was found in a deposit at a bank that had been received from a business on Grouse Road in Little Falls.