Morrison County Sheriff’s Department- 09/10/17

Aug. 30 — A resident on Grouse Road in Little Falls reported the theft of clothing.

Aug. 31 — A resident on 30th Street in Holdingford reported a theft.

Aug. 31 — A resident on Lake Point Road in Pierz learned from their bank that someone was using their checks at a store in Sauk Rapids. The resident said three checks were stolen from their mailbox in August.

Sept. 2 — A resident on 290th Street in Cushing reported their hunting cabin had been broken into.

Sept. 3 — A resident on Lakeview Drive in Cushing reported the theft of a boat trailer.

Sept. 3 — A resident on Cable Road in Little Falls reported the theft of a motor vehicle.

Sept. 3 — A resident on 360th Avenue in Hillman reported the theft of a vehicle.

Sept. 3 — A resident on Hillton Road in Little Falls reported a scam in which an automated call asked “Can you hear me,” and the resident answered “yes.”

Sept. 4 — A resident on Highway 25 in Pierz reported a stolen vehicle.

Sept. 5 — County Public Works reported the theft of four orange flashing lights, valued at $125, had been stolen from a site on Bison Road in Randall.

Sept. 5 — A resident on Highway 25 in Pierz reported someone had shot out the windows of a vehicle the resident parked in their ditch to use to hold signs for the business.

Sept. 5 — A resident on 133rd Street in Little Falls reported someone driving and tearing up the road and field on 133rd Street.
Sept. 6 — A resident on 370th Avenue in Hillman reported a burglary. Someone broke into a shed and stole a 25-amp wire feeder.