Morrison County Sheriff’s Department

 

Nov. 1 — A resident on 83rd Street in Royalton reported an attempted break-in at their storage building in Bellevue Township. The door to the storage unit and the door on the storage unit next to it had been pried open. Nothing appeared to be stolen.

Nov. 2 — A resident on Highway 27 in Pierz reported someone had tampered with their well, removing the insulation around it. The resident also told officers that items such as carburetors and other miscellaneous items had been stolen.

Nov. 4 — A resident on Highway 10 in Motley reported a possible scam, in which they received a call from a person saying they were from the federal government and had money for the resident. The caller asked for a credit card number to put the money on the card and asked the resident to pay $300 for possessing fees. The resident did not give the caller any money and reported the scam.

Nov. 5 — Someone driving down 290th Avenue hit some overhead power lines causing the lines to come down, taking out numerous power poles.

Nov. 6 — A business on Highway 25 in Buckman reported someone had driven over bags of salt, damaging six of them. The damage was estimated at $40.

Nov. 7 — A resident on Fish Lake Drive in Little Falls reported someone had kicked in the door to their cabin and that $60 in mixed change had been taken out of a drawer.

Nov. 7 — Someone stole two stone vases, valued at $400, from a headstone at St. Mary’s Cemetery on Airport Road in Little Falls.

Nov. 8 — A resident on 95th Avenue in Randall reported a burglary.

Nov. 8 — A resident on Cannon Road and 80th Street in Swanville reported someone had damaged their property.

Nov. 9 — A resident on Highway 115 in Little Falls reported someone had cut the Internet and phone cable on the building.

Nov. 10 — A resident in 180th Street in Little Falls reported someone had driven through their fence, causing $500 in damage.

Nov. 11 — A resident on Hillton Road in Royalton reported a theft.

Nov. 11 — A resident on Hillton Road in Little Falls reported a theft.

Nov. 11 — A resident on Rose Haven Boulevard in Little Falls reported a theft.

Nov. 11 — A resident on Great River Road in Little Falls reported that someone stole a jack, numerous tools out of a tool box and tan-colored safe, all located in the resident’s garage.

Nov. 11 — A resident on Rose Haven Boulevard in Little Falls reported a theft.

Nov. 11 — A resident on 330th Street in Motley reported a theft.

Nov. 11 — Someone stole the keys from a vehicle while it was parked at a home on 275th Avenue in Pierz.

Nov. 12 — A resident on Rose Haven Boulevard in Royalton reported someone had been in their garage, although nothing appeared to be missing.

 

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