Little Falls Police Department report

Oct. 13 — Someone stole log books from a hangar at the Little Falls/Morrison County Airport.

Oct. 14 — A business on First Street Northeast reported a burglary.

Oct. 14 — A resident on Buck Lane reported the theft of a license plate.

Oct. 14 — A resident on Hilton Road reported their identity had been stolen.

Oct. 17 — A business on Second Avenue Northeast reported a theft.

Oct. 17 — A business on Second Avenue Northeast reported a theft.

Oct. 17 — Someone damaged a home in foreclosure located on Third Avenue Northwest.

Oct. 17 — A resident on Fifth Avenue Northeast reported someone had stolen their HP Touchsmart 15, 15.6-inch touch display laptop, valued at $1,099.

Oct. 17 — The Morrison County Motor Vehicle Department reported a bad check for $46.25 had been written to the department.

Oct. 18 — A resident on Fifth Avenue Southeast reported a theft.

Oct. 18 — Someone stole $50 in cash from a purse while the owner was teaching a class at Third Street Southeast.

Oct. 19 — A one-vehicle accident that resulted in property damage occurred on Broadway East.

Oct. 19 — A business on 18th Street Northeast reported a shoplifter.

Oct. 19 — A resident on Ninth Street Northeast reported a scam in which someone claiming to be from the country of Georgia took control of the resident’s computer and froze it. The person told the resident they fixed a virus on the computer and wanted the resident to transfer money.

Oct. 19 — A resident on Seventh Street Northeast reported someone had stolen their shotgun.

Oct. 20 — A resident on Ninth Street Southeast reported a possible case of fraud.

Oct. 20 — An organization on Seventh Street Northeast reported a theft.

Oct. 20 — A resident on Fifth Street Northwest reported a possible case of identity theft.

Oct. 21 — A business on Second Avenue Northeast reported a case of fraud.

Oct. 21 — A business on Eighth Avenue Southeast reported a theft.