Morrison County Sheriff’s Department

April 23 — A residence on Highway 10 in Little Falls was damaged during the night.

April 25 — A resident on Hickory Lane in Motley reported a scam involving someone calling saying they were from a bank willing to give the resident a small business loan. The resident bought money cards and issued the card numbers to the bank. The bank wanted more than the $850 the resident had already given.

April 30 — A resident on Highway 10 and 13th Street, Little Falls, reported a theft.

April 30 — Someone pumped $20 worth of gasoline at a business on Main Street in Upsala and did not pay for it.

May 1 — A resident on Dove Road in Randall reported someone had stolen a Poulan chain saw in a black case from the residence.

May 1 — A resident on Lawrence Drive in Cushing reported a scam involving a person saying they were with U.S. HealthCare and Supplies offering a free diabetic meter and asked for the resident’s medical number. Once the resident gave the person the medical number, which is the same as the resident’s Social Security number, the person said the resident didn’t qualify and hung up.

May 1 — A resident on Highway 27, Little Falls, reported two homemade trailers had been stolen.