June 29 — A resident on 10th Avenue in Long Prairie reported a telephone scam.
June 30 — A resident on Highway 27 in Little Falls reported the theft of a pole saw.
July 2 — A resident on Harness Road in Little Falls reported the theft of a quantity of cedar boards.
July 2 — The Morrison County Jail reported a property damage incident.
July 2 — A resident on 40th Street in Bowlus reported windows had been broken out of two of their tractors.
July 3 — A resident on Great River Road in Little Falls reported a theft.
July 3 — A resident on Azure Road in Cushing reported a theft.
July 3 — A resident in Upsala reported a theft.
July 3 — The city of Swanville reported a case of fraud.
July 3 — A resident on Freemont Street in Bowlus reported a burglary.
July 4 — A resident on Auger Road in Motley reported someone damaged their camper.
July 4 — A resident on Highway 27 in Little Falls reported someone had stolen their dirt bike and replaced it with a regular bicycle. The dirt bike is a red, black and white 2006 Honda CRF 150, valued at $2,500.
July 4 — A business on 320th Street in Cushing reported a gas drive-off.
July 4 — A resident on Lake Road in Pierz reported someone had damaged the windshield and mirrors on a friend’s car.
July 5 — A resident on Highway 25 in Pierz reported damage done to their property.
July 7 — A resident on Second Avenue in Bowlus reported a scam in which a caller said the resident owed money on a credit card. The resident has no credit cards.
July 7 — A resident on 95th Street in Little Falls reported a phone scam.
July 7 — A resident on Great River Road in Little Falls reported a phone scam.
July 8 — A resident on Dollars Drive in Pillager reported a burglary. Someone pried the security lock off of a shed. Missing was a duffel bag of hunting clothes, bibs and jackets, valued at $400, two pair of Muck boots, a pop-up fish house valued at $500; miscellaneous fishing tackle, valued at $125 – $150, and a Vexilar fish finder, valued at $150.
July 8 — A resident on 110th Street in Little Falls reported a telephone scam.
July 9 — A resident on Third Street in Swanville reported damage done to their property.
July 9 — A resident on 140th Street in Swanville reported someone had broken into their storage unit, although nothing appeared to be missing.
July 9 — A resident on Dogwood Lane in Motley reported someone kicked in the door of their residence, causing damage.
July 10 — A resident on Abaca Road and Cedar Lake Road in Burtrum reported the theft of their business sign from the intersection. The sign was valued at $250 – $300.
July 11 — A resident on 168th Street in Hillman reported the theft of a bow from their garage.
July 12 — A resident on Skyview Road in Hillman reported a telephone scam in which the caller asked a question to which the resident answered, “Yes.”