Little Falls Police Department
Feb. 20 — A resident on Lindbergh Drive reported someone had used their Social Security Number to open a credit card account without the resident’s permission.
Feb. 20 — Someone wrote a bad check to the Department of Motor Vehicles Office in Little Falls.
Feb. 21 — A bicycle, valued at $80, was stolen from the bike rack outside a business on 18th Street Northeast.
Feb. 25 — A resident on Fourth Avenue Southeast reported a burglary that took place sometime between Feb. 10 and Feb. 23.
Feb. 26 — A business on 18th Street Northeast reported a shoplifting event.
Feb. 27 — A resident on Sixth Street Southwest reported a scam and the loss of $1,985.65 in money orders as a result.
Feb. 27 — A resident on Eighth Street Northwest reported a theft.
Feb. 27 — A resident on Sixth Street Southwest reported fraud when the resident sent $1,985.65 worth of money orders to Madrid in connection with a secret shopper program.
Feb. 27 — A red five-horsepower MTD Yard Machine snowblower with a 22-inch cut was stolen from a residence on Eighth Street Northwest.
Feb. 27 — A business on Second Avenue Northeast reported a shoplifting event.
Feb. 28 — A resident on Third Street Southeast reported someone stole their vehicle from their garage.
Feb. 28 — A resident on Sixth Avenue Northwest reported a burglary, which is currently under investigation. March 3 — A resident on 11th Street Northeast reported someone had put a screw in the bottom of the gas tank of their vehicle and may have tried to siphon gas out of the vehicle.
March 4 — A South Dakota resident reported her credit card had been used at a business in Little Falls, with someone purchasing $350 worth of items.
March 4 – A resident on Third Street Northeast reported a theft.