Police are investigating the theft of tools from a garage in the 1000 block of Main St.
A neighbor to the residence reported a vehicle approaching the area slowly, a suspect running from behind the residence and then getting into the vehicle.
Within a few weeks, the residence was burglarized, stated a Huron police report.
A case of beer, nail gun, saw and two sets of ratchet wrench sets were reported missing from the garage. The owner discovered the doors to two refrigerators, his pick-up truck, camper and car were all open.
The theft was reported Sunday as the homeowner returned home from church in the morning. The owner estimated the theft took place sometime between 11:30 p.m. Saturday and 7:30 a.m. Sunday.
A Huron man was upset when he was cited for his cat running the neighborhood late last month.
Thomas Litz, 36, 500 block Adams St., was cited for animal at large, stated a Huron police report.
Litz's neighbor called police Nov. 21 after seeing a black and white cat underneath his bushes. The man told police he is "tired of the cats being on his property and wants the problem to stop," the report stated.
As a police officer approached the cat, it ran to the Litz residence. Officers had previously visited the residence for a similar complaint, the report stated.
Police contacted Litz on the phone to inform him of his neighbor's complaint and the officer's observation of the cat.
But Litz told officers when he returned home, his cat was still inside his residence.
Litz became argumentative with police, a report said, maintaining that it wasn't his cat that was loose in the neighborhood. Litz also said "that there are other black and white cats in the neighborhood," the report stated.
Litz was charged in Huron Municipal Court.