Morrison County Sheriffs Department

Feb. 26 — A resident on Elm Avenue in Upsala reported the theft of six 50-pound bags of corn that had been delivered to the residence.

Feb. 26 — A resident on White Pine Lane in Motley reported the theft of oak firewood, valued at $125.

Feb. 26 — A resident on Highway 238 in Little Falls reported someone had broken into their shed.

March 5 — A resident on Nature Road in Royalton reported a theft.

March 8 — A business on Highway 10 South Royalton reported a theft.

March 11 — A resident on 153rd Street in Pierz reported a scam. Someone claiming to be from Microsoft called the resident and convinced them that they needed new software on their computer to prevent scams. The person on the phone had the resident install items on their computer and for a $20 fee said they would assist the resident with any problems in the future. The resident gave the caller their debit card number. The resident found in checking with their bank that two transactions had been made on the account in the amounts of $307 and $507.

March 13 — A resident on 63rd Street and 250th Avenue in Pierz reported a vehicle driving in such a way to rip up the intersection.

March 13 — A resident on Circle Drive in Motley reported a break-in. The resident had gone to their cabin and saw that the door to the camper was wide open. No visible signs of forced entry were observed, but the resident said the door had been locked. Nothing appeared to be missing.

March 14 — A resident on East River Road in Pillager reported a burglary.

March 15 — A resident on 355th Avenue in Hillman reported someone had broken into their grandmother’s home. The front door looked as though it had been opened with a credit card with a tear in the weather stripping. Nothing appeared to be missing from the home.

March 16 — A resident on Third Street in Swanville reported their property had been damaged.

March 17 — Someone reported their car window had been broken out while it was parked at an establishment on Highway 115 in Little Falls.

March 17 — A resident on Third Avenue North in Bowlus reported a Cobra GPS, a radio faceplate and a business checkbook had been stolen from vehicles parked in their yard. The vehicles were not locked.

March 17 — A resident on Lilac Lane in Motley reported the theft of a red two-door Saturn SC3 Sport.

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