Morrison County Sheriff’s Department

Nov. 17 — Property was damaged on Highway 27 in Little Falls.

Nov. 17 — A resident on North Cedar Street, Royalton, reported someone had try to pry open the passenger side window of their truck.

Nov. 17 — A resident on 120th Street in Little Falls reported a theft.

Nov. 18 — A resident on 20th Street, Holdingford, reported a possible scam. An individual contacted the resident telling them they would receive a check for a large sum of money and they were to cash it and forward a certain amount to the caller by Western Union.

Nov. 22 — A resident on Highway 27 in Pierz reported a theft.

Nov. 22 — A gas station on Main Street in Upsala reported someone pumped $20 worth of fuel and left without paying for it.

Nov. 23  — A resident on 65th Avenue in Flensburg reported someone had driven over the cap of their water well damaging it.

Nov. 25 — A resident on West Shamineau Drive in Motley reported the theft of between $500 – $1,000 in large bills, taken out of their wallet, perhaps while they were out of the home walking their dog.

Nov. 25 — A resident on Sage Road in Hillman reported someone had used a closed checking account to write them a check.

Nov. 26  — A resident on 305th Avenue in Pierz reported a theft.

Nov. 26 — A resident on 20th Avenue in Swanville reported a burglary.

Nov. 26 — A resident on Harness Road in Little Falls reported a theft.

Nov. 26 — A resident on 90th Avenue and 40th Street near Bowlus, reported they found a vehicle they had reported stolen. The battery, worth $120, had been taken out of the vehicle.

Nov. 29 — A resident on 320th Street and Bugle Road, Cushing, reported someone had attempted to remove the lug nuts on their camper and that a jack was left underneath the camper.

Dec. 3 — A resident on 330th Street in Cushing reported a burglary.

Dec. 3 — A resident on Elm Street in Little Falls reported damage had been done to their property when someone pushed snow into a fence.

Dec. 4 — A resident on 350th Avenue in Pierz reported damage had been done to their property.

Dec. 4 — A resident on 10th Avenue, Long Prairie, reported someone had called and asked for their bank account information for the American Heart Institute and that it was probably a scam.

Dec. 11 — A resident on Cable Road reported someone had taken a bottle of their prescription Hydrocodone from their residence.

 

 

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