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Hubbard County Law Enforcement Incidents

Miscellaneous: Jun. 8: A Nevis caller living on Lake Belle Taine reported he could hear someone shooting a gun to the north of his residence; A Nevis caller wanted to speak with an officer about a bike that had been parked along the side of his building for over a week;

Jun. 9: A caller reported trucks doing road work along Co. Rd. 4 were driving too fast; A Park Rapids caller wanted to speak to an officer about trucks he had parked at a residence that he heard the property owner sold them; An anonymous caller reported their ex-son-in-law was making threatening statements; An Akeley caller reported people in a car acting suspicious with kids in the car;

Jun. 10: A caller reported a tree was blocking Co. Rd. 37; A Laporte caller reported extensive storm damage to their home, stating their grain bins flattened and the house possibly shifted; A Park Rapids caller reported that a man laid hands on his 18 year old grandson; A Park Rapids caller reported a bass boat washed up unoccupied;

Jun. 11: A Park Rapids caller reported a male party in an older red Ford Mustang was passed out in a driveway on Co. Rd. 1; A caller reported a suspicious car at an access with the windows down, money on the seat and other objects inside with no one around; A caller reported a red Ford Mustang was broken down in the lane of traffic along Co. Rd. 1; A Menahga caller had questions regarding a parent who has a visit scheduled with his foster child; A dispute over a car was reported in Park Rapids; A Cass Lake caller reported her boyfriend just slapped her open handed in front of their kids; An Akeley caller reported being hit by their ex and pushed during a child custody dispute; A Park Rapids caller reported another party was refusing to return a vehicle to the owner; A Lake George caller reported gunshots and a very loud explosion on the state land surround her cabin; A Guthrie caller had several questions for a deputy;

Jun. 12: A Park Rapids caller had some of an individual's property at her residence and was requesting an officer's assistance in making arrangements for her to get it; Trespassing was reported in Park Rapids; A Park Rapids caller reported a gold Crown Victoria with Texas plates swerving; A Park Rapids caller reported a timeshare scam; A Park Rapids caller reported suspicious people taking chemicals from the dump; A Park Rapids caller reported a black car on her neighbor's property that shouldn't be there;

Jun. 13: A Laporte caller reported a suspicious male party parked at the end of the cul de sac; A Nevis caller had questions for an officer about issues he was having with a party that is moving out of his residence; A Bemidji caller reported a suspicious black jeep driving around her place; A Cass Lake caller reported there was a canoe in the ditch across from her property;

Jun. 14: A Laporte caller reported a suspicious white male with a shaved head wearing a blue jacket, white cut off shorts and work boots walking around different residences looking in windows, the party came to the door and stated he was lost; A Nevis caller reported her mailbox was damaged, she looked out and saw someone picking up her mailbox while a deputy drove by, she wanted to speak to the deputy that drove by; A Park Rapids caller noticed a pole shed door was ajar, he stated no one had been in it for day and was requesting a deputy check on it first; A violation of a court order was reported in Nevis; A Cass Lake caller wanted to speak with a deputy in reference to a male party that had trespassed; A Park Rapids caller reported their vehicle had been vandalized the evening of June 10; A Nevis caller wanted to speak with an officer about issues with his ex-wife coming to his residence; A Laporte caller reported an ongoing dispute with neighbors; A Park Rapids caller reported a canoe washed up on the shore of Fishhook Lake; A Park Rapids caller reported an extremely intoxicated female causing a severe argument with her significant other;

Medical: Jun. 8: An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a 53 year old male complaining of confusion, his right grip was weaker than his left and he was having trouble walking;

Jun. 9: An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for a male party not breathing; An ambulance was requested in Laporte for an 18 year old male with a knife wound to his arm; An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for an elderly female who had hip surgery and fell outside of her residence and possibly broke her leg and or her hip; An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a 49 year old female that was passed out;

Jun. 11: An ambulance was requested for a party that fell off of a horse, sustaining a possible broken leg;

Jun. 12: An ambulance was requested for an elderly female on the ground with an unknown problem;

Jun. 14: A caller requested an ambulance for his wife who was in labor, their vehicle struck a tree across the roadway and was out of commission; An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for an individual needing transport to the emergency room; An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for a 94 year old heart patient, that took two nitro pills and felt dizzy;

Accidents: Jun. 8: A passenger mirror struck a mailbox in Park Rapids; A caller reported an unoccupied vehicle in the ditch;

Jun. 9: A caller reported a vehicle swerved to miss a deer and went into the ditch;

Jun. 10: A Park Rapids caller reported hitting a deer; An anonymous caller reported he came upon an ATV accident, a female had a leg injury; A Park Rapids caller reported her son was in an accident;

Jun. 13: A Cass Lake caller reported a blue Pontiac with its hazards on that appeared to have been involved in an accident, there was no one around the vehicle; A caller reported that a gravel truck took a corner too fast and flipped over;

Animal related: Jun. 8: An injured deer needing to be dispatched was reported in Park Rapids; A Park Rapids caller reported llamas, donkeys, pigs and chickens that all appeared to be starving to death;

Jun. 9: A Laporte caller reported an unknown party abandoned a dog at the caller's residence; A Park Rapids caller reported three horses out in their yard; An Akeley caller reported a barking dog;

Jun. 10: A Park Rapids caller wanted to speak with a deputy in reference to his neighbor across the street that has a permit for a dog kennel and the dogs bark non stop, he wanted to know what he could do about the issue;

Jun. 13: A Bemidji caller reported a mid size dog walked through the yard carrying a fawn; A Park Rapids caller reported two labradors showed up at their residence and were being aggressive with the caller's dogs; Two horses were reported walking on Co. Rd. 6;

Burglaries, thefts: Jun. 8: A caller reported items were stolen out of a storage trailer; An upper level door alarm was activated in Laporte; A gas drive-off was reported in Akeley; A bike was reported stolen from the Guthrie Community Bible Church; A theft was reported in Nevis;

Jun. 10: A residential burglary alarm was reported in Park Rapids; A Park Rapids caller reported cash was taken out of the office;

Jun. 12: A motion alarm was reported in Akeley;

Jun. 13: A basement motion and multiple glass break alarms were activated in Park Rapids; A Park Rapids caller reported her ex-boyfriend won't return her cell phone; A Nevis caller reported cash was stolen from his home; A Lake George caller reported his room was broken into and his guns were stolen; An activated dining room motion alarm was reported in Nevis;

Jun. 14: The theft of a generator from a boat house on Co. Rd. 18 was reported;

Fires: Jun. 8: A general fire alarm was activated in Park Rapids;

Jun. 9: An activated smoke alarm was reported in Lake George;

Jun. 10: A Park Rapids caller reported black smoke coming from an electrical box;

Jun. 11: A Laporte caller reported there was a branch on the power line and the branch was smoking; A Park Rapids caller reported a tree was on a power line that was smoking;

Jun. 13: A caller reported that a tree was struck by lightning and the tree started on fire;

Jun. 14: A resident on Hwy 71 reported smelling smoke but couldn't see a fire, he thought maybe it was coming from a wooded area to the south of his residence.

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