Morrison County Sheriff’s Department

March 29 — A resident on 30th Avenue in Randall reported damage had been done to their property.

April 1 — A business in Upsala and a business in Bowlus both reported a scam in which they had received calls from someone claiming to be from Minnesota Power and Excel Energy and wanted payment on a past-due bill or face utility shut-off. Both businesses said they had paid their bills. Law enforcement contacted the party who had made the calls. According to the law enforcement report, the party said if the businesses were dumb enough to give him the money, that was their problem and then hung up. A reverse phone look-up identified the number as a known scam number.

April 1 — A resident on 150th Avenue in Little Falls reported a theft.

April 1 — A resident on Cable Road in Little Falls reported someone had kicked in the door to the residence and destroyed the inside. Everything was thrown around and all of the resident’s papers were on the floor in the entire home. Items that appeared to be missing included the resident’s Social Security card, three $100 bills and several $20 bills.

April 1 — A resident on 120th Avenue in Little Falls reported the theft of a Brush Hog brand brush cutting deck with a three-point attachment, valued at $1,500. The machine is red with black brackets and has a 5-foot cutting deck.

April 2 — A resident on Highway 238 in Holdingford reported someone had shot out the windows in their vehicle with a BB gun.