Little Falls Police Department

June 4 — A Little Falls resident reported receiving numerous phone calls from another Little Falls resident, as shown on her caller ID. When returning the calls, the other person said he had not made those calls, yet was

also receiving calls from someone requesting banking information.

June 4 — Residents on East Broadway reported someone was ringing their doorbell and pounding on their home at night.

June 5 — A garden hose was reported stolen from a residence on Fourth Avenue Northwest.

June 5 — A woman reported a scan. A caller stated she was entitled to a $8,900 grant for her loyalty. When she questioned it further, she was told to see her doctor.

June 6 — A Stihl chainsaw was reported stolen from a residence on 13th Avenue Northwest.

June 6 — A theft was reported from a residence on Eighth Street Southwest.

June 6 — Kick plates to several steps at a residence on East Broadway were reported stolen.

June 7 — A vehicle was reported stolen while parked a Little Falls business.

June 9 — Damage to property was reported on First Avenue Southwest.

June 9 — A video rental outlet reported it was unable to contact a person who had not returned videos.

June 9 — A resident on Florence Avenue reported an ongoing issue with someone throwing tomatoes at the home.

June 9 — A $200 wall-mounted battery charger and battery were reported stolen from a residence on Fourth Street Southeast.

June 10 — A resident reported another person applied for unemployment benefits with the state of Minnesota using his name and information.

June 10 — Damage to a mailbox was reported on First Avenue Northeast.

June 11 — A vehicle and trailer parked on First Street Southeast was egged.

June 11 — A car parked on Buck Lane was egged and the gas tank filled with sugar.

June 11 — A $150 Black Mike Spinner BMX bike was stolen from a residence on Lindbergh Drive

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