Morrison County Sheriffs Department

Sept. 5 — A business owner in Genola, who is closing their business, reported the theft of several items.

Sept. 6 — While a vehicle was parked at a residence on Great River Road in Little Falls, someone smashed the window and stole a $40 vehicle emergency kit.

Sept. 6 — A resident on Great River Road in Little Falls reported someone had stolen several bags out of the back of their vehicle.

Sept. 8 — Someone broke into a hunting shack on 50th Avenue in Swanville. Two padlocks had been broken off. Stolen items include five trail cameras, valued at $100 each; a black 12-volt marine deep cycle battery, valued at $75; a red six-gallon gas can filled with unleaded gas, valued at $45; and six green one-pound Coleman propane gas tanks, valued at $30 each.

Sept. 9 — Someone broke into the money box at the Pow Wow Grounds on Nature Road in Royalton. Estimates are that $300 – $400 was taken.

Sept. 10 — A resident on Apron Road in Randall reported a theft.

Sept. 12 — A Pierz resident reported the passenger side window of his truck was broken while parked in his driveway. Damage is estimated at $200.

Sept. 12 — A Swanville resident reported she received a letter from a bank in Las Vegas, Nev., saying her address did not match the one on her new checking account. While she did not have a checking account there, the letter was using her husband’s Social Security number. She was advised to report the crime to Las Vegas and the Social Security office.

Sept. 13 — A Swanville resident reported a caller told her they were taking $600 from her checking account. When she asked why, the caller said she “must have ordered a ski trip.” She did not give out any personal information and wanted the Sheriff’s Office to be aware of this scam.

Sept. 13 — A Royalton resident reported the donation box at the Pow Wow Grounds had been broken into for the second time in a week. An estimated $200 – $300 was missing.

Sept. 14 — A Little Falls resident on Grouse Road reported damage to his 911 sign and his mailbox.

Sept. 14 — A gas station in Royalton reported someone pumped $61 in gas and drove off.

Sept. 14 — A Samsung Galaxy S3 cellphone was reported taken from a bag at a residence in Royalton during a family gathering.

Sept. 15 — A Royalton resident reported a set of keys were taken from her vehicle.

Sept. 17 — A theft was reported in Motley.

Sept. 18 — A Randall resident reported she sent money to a company in Mississippi when she was told she won a car. She later stopped the check and wanted the information on file.