SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - At 1:54 a.m. Wednesday received a report of someone putting duct tape across Knollwood Drive at Foley Road. A suspect was located and cited for disorderly conduct and littering.
PUBLIC ASSIST - Received a call at 10:54 p.m. Tuesday from a woman in the 10000 block of Arrowwood Drive that she wanted to report her vehicle stolen by her husband. The woman said she let her husband use her vehicle, found out he was drinking and wanted to report the vehicle stolen. An officer advised the woman it was civil manner.
PROPERTY DAMAGE - Suite Space, 15229 Edgewood Drive, on Tuesday reported their delivery vehicles were damaged when the gas hoses were cut to steal fuel.
BURGLARY - Thomas Buschette, 10000 block of Chestnut Drive, on Tuesday reported his attached garage was broken into and items were stolen.
CRASHES - No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle collision at 2:17 p.m. Tuesday at Washington and North Fourth streets
No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle collision at 1:24 p.m. at Jackson and Northwest Seventh streets.
THEFT - It was reported Tuesday that checks and other money was stolen from Little Farm Market, 516 C St.
Joseph Bayliss, 500 block of D Street, Tuesday reported the theft of money from his apartment.
PROPERTY DAMAGE - Jessica Doud on Tuesday reported the driver's side mirror broken off her vehicle while parked at Front and South Seventh streets.
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PROPERTY DAMAGE - Jennifer Lesinski, 700 block of Seventh Street Northeast, Wednesday reported damage to her property.
Mary Backowski, 600 block of Fifth Street Southeast, Sunday reported her vehicle's windshield damaged.
THEFT - Barbara Thompson, 900 block of Fifth Avenue Northeast, Monday reported the theft of money from her residence.
BOMB THREAT - Three Swanville 9th grade students have been identified as being responsible for a bomb threat at the Swanville School on March 9. The three students admitted to deputies that they placed a message on a bathroom wall stating the school was going to blow up. The case was forwarded to the Morrison County Attorney's office for review.
THEFTS - Morrison County Sheriff Michel Wetzel urges all pet owners to keep an eye on their dogs when they are either running loose or chained out. According to Wetzel, there is some indication that dog thieves may be active in central and northern Minnesota.
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