Morrison County Sheriff’s report

May 5 —A resident on Darling Road and Elm Street in Flensburg reported a theft.
May 5 — A resident on Highway 115 in Little Falls reported a scam in which they received an email from someone claiming to be a former client. The email requested personal information. In checking with the former client, the resident was told they did not send the email.
May 5 — A resident on Hilton Road in Little Falls reported a scam in which someone called claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service and wanted the resident to pay a lump sum of money or face being arrested.
May 5 — A resident on 73rd Street in Royalton reported someone was stealing their mail.
May 5 — A resident on Popple Drive in Little Falls reported a possible scam. The resident was contacted by someone claiming to be from a large retail store, saying the resident had won numerous gift cards. The caller asked for the resident’s credit card number to ship the gift cards.
May 6 — A resident on Highway 115 in Randall reported receiving a letter from a company advising the resident they had won $1.5 million and needed to send $20 to receive the money.
May 6 — A resident on Hillton Road in Little Falls reported a scam in which someone attempted to open a credit card in the resident’s wife’s name.
May 7 — A cab company out of St. Cloud reported a theft in which a fare asked for a ride to a residence on Basil Road in Swanville, but then tried to pay with a check written by someone else.
May 7 — A resident on Iris Road in Little Falls reported their wallet had been stolen. The black wallet contained the resident’s bank card and other items.
May 8 — A resident on Basil Road in Swanville reported a burglary.
May 9 — A resident on Cable Road in Little Falls reported a scam in which the resident received a call from someone who wanted the resident’s address and other information regarding a claim against the resident. The resident reported the caller had an accent and the caller ID showed a different number than the one the resident was told to call.
May 9 — A resident 53rd Street in Royalton reported a scam in which the resident received a call stating the resident owed money for something. The caller ID showed a Las Vegas, Nev. phone number.
May 10 — A resident on 120th Avenue in Bowlus reported a case of fraud in which the resident received a call from a credit card company asking whether the resident tried to open an account. The resident did not. The company told the resident someone was trying to use their name to open an account.
May 10 — A resident on 63rd Street in Royalton reported someone had stolen 25 bags of seed corn from a shed on their property. The seed corn was valued at $210 per bag, with a total of $5,250 being stolen.
May 11 — resident on 83rd Street in Pierz reported someone using Facebook had used the resident’s name and photos. The resident does not use Facebook.
May 11 — A resident on 80th Avenue in Bowlus reported a scam in which the resident received correspondence from a company, which included a check. The letter stated the resident should cash the check and then call a phone number to receive prize money.