Miscellaneous: July 7: A Park Rapids area caller reported issues with a minor who had been drinking; A caller complained about a very loud party nearby, sounding like a rock concert; A Lake Emma Twp. caller requested assistance retrieving property from the home of the respondent of her order for protection; A County 93 caller requested assistance retrieving his boat from the home of his soon-to-be-ex-wife; A County 4 caller reported a male walking back and forth on the side of the road, waving his hands in the air and hollering; A Kabekona Lake caller reported that a large raft with two occupants had been directly in front of caller’s home for the past three days; A Mantrap Twp. caller complained about her ex-husband showing up to remove property; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported their neighbors had lots of fireworks, and when asked to stop shooting them, they did so for about 30 minutes and started again; A Farden Twp. caller reported several gunshots near her residence;

July 8: A Farden Twp. caller reported a vehicle damaged by fireworks; A Farden Twp. caller reported garbage all over the road; A Nevis area caller requested officer advice about child custody; A County 32 caller suspected that people were squatting at a neighbor’s property that has been abandoned for more than a year; A Park Rapids caller requested extra patrols at her mother’s residence; A caller reported trespassing on pipeline land, with red dresses and red outfits hung all over the property;

July 9: A Mantrap Twp. caller said someone was at her residence while she was gone; A State Hwy. 34 caller had questions about how to get an order for protection against his girlfriend; A suspicious female was reported walking on the roadway, telling a passerby that she was walking to Cass Lake or was going to jump in front of a vehicle;

July 10: A caller had questions about discharging firearms in the Paul Bunyan State Forest; A person was reported walking on the side of the road; A Nevis homeowner requested house checks while they are away; A caller complained about fireworks being set off for 45 minutes;

July 11: A Nevis caller said mother would not allow children to speak with him; A County 2 caller reported his landlord changed the locks but caller was never informed or served eviction papers; An Akeley caller reported a suspicious person came into the event center; A Farden Twp. caller reported an issue with a Ford pickup or a Honda car revving its engine in front of caller’s house; An officer making a traffic stop reported suspicious activity; A 122nd St. caller was suspicious about a Jeep that was pulled out of a garage and parked backwards;

July 12: A business check was requested in Nevis; A 911 hang-up call transferred from Beltrami County was traced to a Helga Twp. address and a female whose phone number has history with law enforcement; A 190th St. caller reported a car that had sat there since July 11; A Nevis caller reported someone damaged the fence and broke out the window of the old daycare center; A Nevis Twp. caller reported a neighbor docked his pontoon in someone else’s space and would not move it; An after-hours ordinance violation was reported; A Schoolcraft Twp. caller reported that a vehicle that doesn’t belong in the area had been around for an hour and a half, then caller started hearing knocking on the house;

July 13: A 500th St. caller reported hearing knocking on their door; A State 226 caller reported ongoing issues with a business next to her; A Mantrap Twp. caller reported a female parked her truck in caller’s driveway so he has no access; A State 87 caller reported a male who screamed for 15 minutes, tore a sign down and caused trouble; A caller was concerned about a hitchhiker on the road in poor visibility conditions; A sober detox client in the Nevis area reported hearing a female scream for help at the end of the driveway;

July 14: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported that a neighbor across the lake shot off a sonic boom mortar firework; Cass County reported suspicious activity during the night on Nagel Lake; A Todd Twp. caller reported an intoxicated female at his business; A Steamboat River Twp. caller reported a suspicious male was at her home looking for a lost backpack; An Akeley caller reported that their ex was not returning the children;

July 15: An old house boat was reported apparently sinking; A County 18 caller had questions about a purchase he made from a private party; A County 29 caller reported finding bullet holes in a trailer in his yard; A County 39 caller returned home after two weeks away and found his mailbox shot multiple times with a shotgun; A Nevis Twp. caller wanted a fallen tree removed but thought it was partially on a neighbor’s property, and requested verification that it was OK to be moved; A County 18 caller requested officer assistance for issues with her ex-husband; A 219th Ave. caller was suspicious about unknown people on top of a friend’s camper stored on caller’s property;

July 16: A State Hwy. 34 caller was suspicious about someone seen walking around a house and shop, setting off motion-activated lights; Two “nicer” bikes were reported abandoned in the ditch for two days; Todd Twp. personnel who were planning to mow ditches reported a pontoon parked in a ditch; A Nevis caller reported an order for protection violation via text message; A Henrietta Twp. caller reported finding a license; A County 95 caller reported purchasing an item that did not fit their vehicle; A house boat was reported sinking on the shore of East Crooked Lake; A littering incident was reported; A County 1 caller reported finding a bike in his backyard; A Todd Twp. caller complained that her daughter would not give her keys back;

July 17: A State Hwy. 226 caller described a suspicious female walking around and acting strange; A complaint of after-hours swimming was reported; A Mantrap Twp. caller was concerned about their mom returning from the Akeley beach, who should have been home an hour and a half before;

July 18: A Mantrap Twp. caller found a boat washed up in front of their residence on Spider Lake; Kayaks were reported missing on Long Lake; A County 18 caller reported a boat house door looked like it was kicked in within the past week or two; An officer responded to a disturbance caused by some people arguing; A County 93 caller reported that her son cut off his ankle monitor; An Arago Twp. caller was suspicious when a van drove by slowly and caller couldn’t find her 4-year-old, but caller found the child while on the phone and said all was fine; An Arago Twp. caller reported an unknown vehicle parked on their property; A caller near Lake Plantagenet had questions about a trail; A Nevis area caller reported a noise complaint on State Hwy. 34; A business check was requested in Nevis;

July 19: A 219th Ave. caller reported a property line dispute with the out-of-town owner of an RV park; A trespassing complaint was reported in Arago Twp.; A County 87 caller wanted a court order enforced regarding a property dispute; A Farden Twp. caller reported a sedan passing caller’s residence multiple times, and caller believed “they are up to no good”; A 175th Ave. caller reported issues retrieving property from her landlord; A Hubbard caller reported a car left unattended for the past hour, looking “extremely out of place”; A caller reported being accused of stealing from a building caretaker; Multiple mailboxes were reported smashed on 219th Ave.; A Hubbard Twp. caller reported a Chevy Silverado 2500 pulling a Ranger boat took out a bunch of mailboxes; A Nevis caller reported an apparently confused, elderly female in the parking lot at Bullwinkle’s; A 500th St. caller complained about neighbors shooting fireworks;

July 20: A County 106 caller reported someone drove through their corn and pea fields during the night, causing substantial crop damage; A 209th Ave. caller reported a vehicle hit his mailbox during the night; A County 80 caller reported a mailbox was severely damaged, apparently by having a large rock thrown at it; A Boulder Lake caller found a paddle boat washed ashore; A Sixth Crow Wing Lake caller reported a boat playing extremely loud music and not showing navigational lights;

July 21: A Lake Belle Taine caller reported a loud party on the island; An AIS inspector reported an abandoned vehicle parked at a public access for the past three days; Officers checked on a resort and access in Lake Emma Twp.; A Mantrap Twp. caller reported a truck and trailer parked on private property; A 110th St. caller complained about a disturbance on July 19 involving lots of gunfire; A 269th Ave. caller reported that he let a friend stay on his property and now he won’t remove his stuff; A 309th Ave. caller reported hearing multiple gunshots near her residence;

July 22: A Nevis caller reported finding a very confused male on the side of the road; An Akeley caller reported damage to signs; A 269th Ave. caller complained about a person who had not left caller’s property; A County 40 caller complained about tampering with large equipment; A 269th Ave. caller reported finding a bunch of Hubbard County and DNR signs while cleaning out a place on his property; An open-line 911 call was traced to a Lake Emma Twp. location; A 406th St. caller reported a disturbance; A 119th Ave. caller reported finding a license plate; A Nevis Twp. caller was suspicious about an unknown SUV with Missouri plates parked across the street since July 19; A caller reported finding suspicious items near his residence; A 380th St. caller described an SUV with multiple antennas and a sticker on the side driving back and forth in front of her residence, and hearing what sounded like a gunshot as it drove by;

July 23: A Park Rapids area caller reported damage to an RDO pea field occurring during the night; A caller reported finding a red and black Guess wallet on the side of County 7 north of Zorbaz; An Akeley area caller reported an abandoned vehicle; A caller reported an abandoned vehicle with a cell phone in the front seat; A Hubbard Line Rd. caller reported a property dispute with his neighbor; A Mantrap Twp. caller said his neighbors took his stakes out of the ground on his property line and twisted or broke them and threw them in a pile;

July 24: A 500th St. caller was suspicious about a person lying in the middle of a baseball field; A County 106 caller reported damage from a vehicle that drove through crop fields during the night; A Park Rapids area caller reported crop damage from a vehicle driving through an RDO pea field; A wallet was found by Hubbard County highway department personnel; An open-line 911 call traced to a 129th Ave. location sounded like someone pounding in fence posts; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller found a camper on their property and thought someone may be illegally squatting on the property; A wallet found on a trail was left at Nevis city hall; Resort checks were requested on State 87, 219th Ave. and in Crow Wing Lake Twp.; A Hubbard caller was suspicious about an unknown person knocking on their door at approximately 10 p.m.; A County 2 caller reported a landlord locked a tenant out, posted no-trespass signs and changed the locks; A Todd Twp. caller was suspicious about a tree service truck idling outside their residence; A County 39 caller said someone the owners were letting stay in her camper damaged it and claimed she owes them money; A 911 hang-up from a Farden Twp. number was called in from Cass County;

July 25: Officer assistance was requested for property retrieval; A suspicious hitchhiker was described; A caller reported two pickup loads full of garbage left in front of an unoccupied residence; Resort checks were requested on County 33 and in Nevis and Thorpe townships; A Henrietta Twp. caller thought people had been sleeping in their vehicles that were parked in the yard;

July 26: A U.S. Hwy. 2 caller reported people with flashlights running across the highway and into the woods; Officer assistance was requested with an eviction in Park Rapids; A State Hwy. 87 caller reported property damage; Tampering with a meter was reported in Laporte; A caller complained about someone putting up posts along the roadway; A noise complaint was reported on State 34 near Nevis; A County 33 caller made a noise complaint about Muskie Days;

July 27: An officer checked on a suspicious vehicle on 500th St.; A County 39 caller complained about someone driving around their cabin, spinning tires and taking a fire pit; A caller questioned the legality of a tow; A Badoura Twp. caller reported seeing lights in a neighbor’s driveway when no one should be at the house; A Henrietta Twp. caller reported a possible underage party;

July 28: A vehicle was reportedly vandalized in Hubbard Twp.; Resort checks were requested on 219th Ave. and in Lake George and Farden townships; A Lake Emma Twp. caller questioned the law about shooting a firearm near a residence;

July 29: A Laporte caller reported their electrical box was severely damaged; A school bus was reported on the side of the road with its windows broken, possibly shot out; An anonymous Akeley Twp. caller complained about neighbors shooting guns for the past couple days, and caller believed they may be felons shooting without berms to stop the bullets; A County 18 caller was suspicious about someone getting out of a four-door car at the end of caller’s driveway and leaving in an SUV; A 200th St. caller reported being contacted by someone in the Metro area about finding caller’s social security card, and the person said he was going to mail it but it hasn’t arrived after three weeks, and calls to the person’s number go to voicemail; A County 93 caller complained about a neighbor trespassing on his property; A Solway caller reported an older Chevy van parking down County 9 from caller’s residence and driving slowly by the house; A caller reported a male who appeared dazed;

July 30: Officer assistance was requested on 334th Ave. to find juvenile runaways; A duress alarm was activated on 444th St.; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported her 17-year-old daughter did not come home and was not answering her phone; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported that his ex, who has court ordered visitation, was supposed to return their son at 8 a.m. but she said she is not returning until 8 p.m.;

July 31: A Hart Lake Twp. caller complained about the power company cutting down trees; A County 14 caller reported property damage; A Park Rapids caller reported a canoe was anchored in front of the residence for over an hour with no one around; A caller voiced concerns about a foam raft anchored on the lake; A 317th Ave. caller reported a suspicious vehicle;

Aug. 1: A Lakeport Twp. caller complained about a family member accusing caller of being a thief; A Nevis Twp. caller complained about someone fishing on their property uninvited for the past three days; A traffic stop in Osage involved a subject wanted in Hubbard County;

Aug. 2: A lobby visitor wanted to speak with an officer about clearing a right-of-way on a fence line she is installing 10 feet onto a neighbor’s property on 200th St.; A Lake Belle Taine caller reported a car parked on the island that does not belong to any registered guests; A Nevis caller wanted to speak with an officer about her children’s father; A K-9 sniff was requested in Park Rapids; A 109th Ave. caller said she had a court order requiring law enforcement to help remove property from a residence; An Akeley caller reported a parent not returning her children; A State Hwy. 34 caller reported loud music coming from the Firefly;

Aug. 3: Two 911 hang-ups were traced to a County 1 address and where no one answered when called back; Two stop signs were spray painted over at a four-way stop in Park Rapids; An officer was flagged down for extra patrol in Nevis; A County 2 caller in the Nevis area reported issues with people littering on his property; A Fern Twp. caller complained about neighbors shooting guns, scaring the dogs; A suspicious female wearing all black was reported walking on the edge of the road near the Dog’s Paw;

Aug. 4: A Nevis caller reported several swimmers being loud; A 500th St. caller was suspicious about a vehicle that pulled into caller’s driveway with hazard lights flashing, occupied by a male who was leaning over to the passenger’s size; A County 6 caller requested assistance getting a cell phone back.

Traffic: June 20: A driver posted videos on Facebook of himself driving 150 mph on U.S. Hwy. 71; A vehicle was reported swerving on the road at varying speeds and almost hitting two motorcycles; A caller had questions about underage driving in the County 45 and 275th Ave. area; A caller reported a dirt bike going too fast on the road, an ongoing issue also with four-wheelers; A caller complained about a car racing up and down the road, being very loud and almost hitting another vehicle; A 109th Ave. caller complained about a Chevy pickup revving its engine in front of caller’s driveway again; A possibly intoxicated driver was reported swerving all over State Hwy. 200 in a Chevrolet Suburban;

June 21: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller questioned the legality of hanging a license plate directly on the fender of a trailer; A Nevis caller complained about a vehicle speeding in the area of a crosswalk and said the driver argued with caller about taking time in the crosswalk; A 220th St. caller reported four side-by-sides tearing up the road, doing donuts and going fast; A Chevy Silverado was reported swerving all over the road, speeding and hitting the shoulder south of Chamberlain; A vehicle with a topper was reported driving slowly and swerving all over the road;

June 22: Two vehicles were reported driving approximately 60 mph in a 20-mph zone; A semi with a flatbed trailer was reported swerving all over the road with a single orange cone on the flatbed; A driver in a Ford Fusion was reported reading while driving;

June 23: A vehicle ran a stop sign without slowing down; Officers patrolled the Nevis ski show on Lake Belle Taine; A green pickup hauling a boat was reported swerving all over the road;

June 24: A driving complaint was reported on County 3; Motorist assist was requested; A semi truck reportedly had its trailer in the ditch while trying to turn around; A Mini Cooper was reported being driven by a 14- or 15-year-old with no license;

June 26: A caller identifying himself as the head of the Mantrap Lake Association had a question about buoy placement in a no-wake zone; A caller from the highway department requested assistance when an asphalt truck dumped a pile in a lane of traffic;

June 27: An SUV was reported speeding and driving erratically; A Buick was reported swerving all over the road and almost into oncoming traffic; Motorist assist was requested; A State Hwy. 34 caller reported a car that pulled out in front of him and was driving erratically;

June 28: A caller reported a semi pulling a stacker that was losing gravel;

June 29: A four-door vehicle was reported swerving all over the roadway; A Guthrie Twp. caller suspected that the driver of a large Winnebago RV was intoxicated; A semi truck with a tarp was reported going 40 mph and weaving; A vehicle was reported swerving all over the road between the center line and the white line; A caller complained about the driving conduct of a Polaris RZR, whose driver ended up in the emergency room after taking the ditch;

June 30: Motorist assist was requested for a truck that lost a wheel; A caller reported lumber in the roadway; A food truck was reported causing a traffic hazard with smoke from its exhaust; A County 6 caller reported Monte Carlos racing and doing donuts;

July 1: An anonymous caller reported a van with a flat tire on the side of the road with a female driver needing assistance; A box truck was reported swerving all over the road; An officer picked up a semi truck tire tread on the side of the road; A caller reported a vehicle swerving all over the road;

July 2: A Chevy was reported swerving all over the road; A caller complained about a vehicle traveling extremely fast, passing multiple vehicles at a time; A car was reported swerving all over the road on U.S. Hwy. 71;

July 3: A caller reported damage to a road caused by an ATV; A caller reported someone was blocking the road, preventing caller from applying chloride; A caller reported young children without lifejackets on a paddleboat in a pond; A vehicle was reported stopped in a lane of traffic; A Nevis area resort guest reported issues with a few people out on the lake; A caller complained about a Chrysler Sebring with no tail lights;

July 4: Dispatch received a text-to-911 report of a Kia sedan traveling at approximately 90 mph; A township supervisor witnessed a vehicle tearing up a road that recently received chloride treatment; A caller near a lake access reported multiple boating violations; A caller had questions about a drone flying over boats; A boat having motor issues was reported being towed to Red Bridge Inn; A caller complained about four-wheelers without mufflers; A pickup truck was reported with people in the back hanging out the sides;

July 5: A driving complaint was reported about a large diesel pickup turning from State Hwy. 34 to County 33; A caller reported four people riding a Polaris ATV/OHV on State Hwy. 34; A caller reported issues with jet skis on Coon Lake;

July 6: An officer reported someone driving after revocation; A car was reported driving east in the westbound lanes; A caller reported two or three ATVs driving fast and tearing up the road; A Bemidji area caller reported an SUV driving on the wrong side of the road on U.S. Hwy. 2; A Bad Axe Lake caller reported eight jet skis harassing other boaters; A caller reported the driver of an SUV pulling a speedboat being rude to her before driving off; A caller reported a pickup with people in the back; A male was reported driving a Toyota SUV while possibly intoxicated;

July 7: A small car was reported swerving all over County 4; A Fern Twp. caller reported people speeding and riding without helmets on ATVs or four-wheelers; A Coon Lake caller reported jet skis going by caller’s residence too close to the shore; A caller reported an ATV tearing up the roads;

July 8: A vehicle reportedly lost a garbage dumpster; Motorist assist was requested for a semi that lost brakes; A semi was reported serving all over the road on U.S. Hwy. 71;

July 9: An employee reported that a male driver pulled into the business’ parking lot, seeming heavily intoxicated;

July 10: A stop sign was reported missing since July 8;

July 11: A caller reported speeding on County 1;

July 12: A pallet was reported lying in the roadway; A State 34 caller said neighbors’ vehicles parked in the roadway were making it hard for her guests to enter and leave the resort; A Dodge pickup was reported losing garbage all over the road; A boat that ran out of gas was towed back to a cabin; A jet ski was reported causing issues and circling loons in front of the Spruce Hill Campgrounds; A Porsche SUV was reported passing on a double line; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported an intoxicated person driving away from a cabin on County 4;

July 13: A Chevy blazer was reported swerving in and out of a turn lane, throwing a can out and having its back door open like someone was going to jump out; An older Cadillac was reported weaving in its lane;

July 14: An officer assisted with retrieving life jackets that flew out of a boat; An officer assisted a motorist on the side of the road;

July 15: A stop sign was reported missing; Multiple young children were reported fishing and running out into traffic;

July 16: A Hyundai Elantra with no plates was reported swerving all over the road; A vehicle was reported swerving all over the road, crossing the center and fog lines; A semi with a Stoughton trailer was reported swerving all over the road; A Bobcat work truck was reported swerving all over the road; A vehicle was reported swerving all over the road, crossing the center and fog lines; An officer removed a blown tire from the road; A 175th Ave. caller reported a BMW driving recklessly past her residence; A green laser was reported illuminating an aircraft 13 miles south of the Bemidji airport;

July 17: A caller who was parked on the side of State Hwy. 64 reported that two trucks pulled up behind her, and when caller took off northbound, the trucks followed her; Motorist assist was requested by a caller who ran out of gas; A vehicle was reported swerving all over the road; A Volkwagen Jetta was reported driving “way too fast,” perhaps over 100 mph, down the center of the road;

July 18: A female holding an open bottle of wine was reported pulling into a public access; A Volkswagen Jetta was reported swerving all over the road; A caller reported road rage issues involving a pickup pulling a trailer;

July 19: A four-door car, possibly an Oldsmobile, was reported speeding at 80 mph in a 40 mph zone, passing on the right at a stop sign and almost causing an accident; A caller reported an ongoing issue with neighbors racing ATVs up and down the road; A blown tire was reported lying in the roadway; A Bemidji ambulance crew reported passing a pickup with four-wheelers in it that was hitting the brakes a lot; A suspicious vehicle was reported; A 200th St. caller complained about occupants of a pontoon 200 yards from shore being very loud;

July 21: A male, apparently highly intoxicated, was reported walking in the middle of State Hwy. 87; A Farden Twp. caller reported a vehicle speeding by their house and recklessly driving; A Laporte area caller reported a distracted driver speeding, making unsafe turns and texting; An older Ford pickup was reported swerving all over the road; A caller reported a Chevy Tahoe or Suburban swerving all over the roadway;

July 22: A 398th St. caller complained about a motorbike or dirt bike tearing up and down the road;

July 23: A 175th Ave. caller reported a BMW drove very fast past her place; A caller reported a truck tailgating her;

July 24: A unit checked out a vehicle in the ditch;

July 25: A caller was suspicious about a minivan driving at varying speeds; A County 36 caller reported driving issues with a Hummer;

July 26: A Grand Prix was reported speeding and swerving all over the road; A caller reported a speeding logging truck forced him off the road;

July 27: A County 91 caller complained about an ATV driving recklessly; A caller reported a flatbed trailer creating a traffic hazard along the roadway; A County 16 caller reported a motorcycle going 100 mph;

July 29: A caller requested help for an elderly male whose van broke down; A possible intoxicated driver was reported;

July 30: A caller wanted to discuss a driving complaint with an officer;

Aug. 1: A motorist requested aid when a radiator hose became disconnected; A caller was concerned that a tractor traveling at approximately 5 mph was going to be hit by a vehicle; A downed tree was reported obstructing the roadway; A male was reported driving fast while using his cell phone;

Aug. 2: A semi truck reportedly broke down, partially obstructing the roadway; A Nevis caller reported an 11-year-old driving a front-end loader through town followed by a parent in a truck; A pickup truck reportedly ran a stop sign and almost hit a bicyclist; A 24-foot box truck was reported going 80 mph and swerving; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a possible intoxicated driver swerving all over the road at fluctuating speeds; A Chevy Equinox was reported swerving all over the road; A tree was reported lying across the road;

Aug. 3: A Pontiac Grand Prix was reported swerving all over the road in the Cass Lake area; A Nevis caller reported a Ford pickup driving with children in the truck bed; An anonymous caller reported an ATV doing wheelies up and down the roadway in the lane of traffic;

Aug. 4: A caller described a car whose driver was intoxicated; A Chevy Impala was reported driving with a door open and swerving on the road; A vehicle’s hood went up while driving, blocking the windshield.

Accidents: July 18: A vehicle hit a deer and airbags were deployed, but no injuries were reported; An ambulance was requested for a bike accident in Itasca State Park;

July 19: A squad vehicle hit a coyote;

July 20: A Nevis area caller reported an SUV that went in a ditch and hit a tree, deploying airbags;

July 21: A caller on U.S. 71 near Lake George reported a tire came off a trailer in front of them and hit their car, leaving it disabled; A boater reported seeing a bicyclist crash and requested an ambulance;

July 22: A caller reported being uninjured in a single-vehicle accident in which the vehicle turned on its side;

July 23: A caller wanted to talk with a deputy about his daughter, who was involved in an accident;

July 25: A non-injury accident was reported; A Farden Twp. caller reported a hit-and-run on a truck, leaving tire tracks;

July 26: A County 45 caller reported a one-vehicle rollover accident; A County 47 caller reported finding two deer dead inside a deer farm; A County 36 caller witnessed a vehicle hitting a mailbox;

July 27: A horse trailer came unhitched and flipped into the ditch; A caller thought he saw a helicopter crash, but then saw a second helicopter (a crop duster) and didn’t see any smoke; A bike accident was reported, resulting in a head injury; A passerby reported a single-car rollover accident;

July 30: A Lake George caller who swerved to miss a deer and went into the ditch, complained of shoulder pain but refused medical aid; A Ford was no longer drivable after a deer hit the car; A 500th St. caller reported a four-wheeler spun out and hit her vehicle and was last seen heading toward U.S. Hwy. 2;

Aug. 1: A caller reported seeing a dump truck pulling a road grader veer off a forest road and flip the grader; A County 45 caller reported a two-vehicle accident in which someone was trapped inside a vehicle;

Aug. 2: A hit-and-run accident was reported in a parking lot on U.S. Hwy. 71 near Laporte;

Aug. 4: An abandoned vehicle was found leaking oil after it went off the roadway and hit a tree.

Animal Related: July 18: A County 36 caller reported a horse in the roadway; A Crow Wing Lake Twp. caller found a female black lab and was looking for the owners;

July 19: A dead animal, possibly a dog, was reported in the middle of a road; A 170th St. caller reported shooting at a mountain lion; A Crow Wing Lake Twp. caller complained about the loudness of their neighbors’ goats;

July 20: A 474th St. caller reported their neighbor’s donkey came onto caller’s property, apparently injured; A Henrietta Twp. caller reported a dog barking outside since 6 p.m.;

July 21: Multiple cows were reported out of the pasture; A caller hit a deer and requested a permit;

July 22: A car hit a bear in the Laporte area;

July 23: A caller reported a fawn in the ditch; An officer was flagged down by someone reporting a dog possibly suffering from the heat;

July 24: A Cass Lake area caller reported three horses loose on the roadway; County 6 caller reported dying or dead animals on their property;

July 25: A live deer was reported lying in a lane of traffic;

July 26: A County 36 caller reported cattle loose on the road; A Rockwood Twp. caller reported an ongoing issue with their neighbor’s dog chasing their kids and dogs; A cow was reported loose on the side of the road;

July 27: A Lake Emma Twp. caller requested deputy assistance with a bat loose in the house;

July 28: A deer hit by a car needed to be dispatched;

July 30: A 220th St. caller reported an unknown horse wandering around; A Subaru driver reported hitting a deer near Park Rapids;

July 31: A dog bite was reported at Itasca State Park; A County 7 caller complained about a neighbor’s dogs barking constantly; A caller reported a herd of cows in the road;

Aug. 1: A County 9 caller reported 8-9 steers were missing after they got out of their pasture during the night;

Aug. 3: Three cows were reported loose in Akeley; A herd of cows was reported loose on U.S. Hwy. 71 near Laporte, and caller was moving them off the road when the connection was lost; A swarm of bees was reported on the stop sign at State Hwy. 34 and 219th Ave.

Assaults/Harassment: July 22: A County 24 caller reported their 14-year-old son was receiving threatening text messages; A caller said her kids were swimming at the pier and three fishermen were throwing lures at them; A 498th St. caller who has an order for protection against her ex-husband reported he was having his friends harass her via Facebook Messenger;

July 23: A caller reported being in an altercation at the Akeley event center;

July 28: A caller reported that a female threatened caller after someone damaged a Honda CRV;

July 29: A 269th Ave. caller reported someone calling and harassing him;

July 30: A Nevis caller complained about his mom harassing him;

Aug. 1: A Henrietta Twp. caller complained about a domestic incident in which a male took her credit cards and pushed her on the ground;

Aug. 2: A 149th Ave. caller reported a domestic incident and said the male left in a Toyota truck;

Aug. 4: A County 89 caller reported their daughter was receiving harassing phone calls.

Burglaries/Theft: July 22: A motion alarm was activated at a bar in Akeley; A family room motion detector alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported the theft of a license plate off his work trailer; An Oldsmobile Alero with a missing driver’s side headlight and no gas cap drove off with $10.50 worth of gas on U.S. Hwy. 71 near Laporte;

July 23: A residential burglary alarm was activated on County 95, indicating master bedroom glass breakage; A 150th St. caller reported the theft of a camera; A commercial burglar alarm was activated on State Hwy. 34;

July 24: A County 3 caller reported a lock broken off a shed and multiple items stolen; A garage burglar alarm was activated in Nevis Twp.; A front door alarm was activated on County 37; A 279th Ave. caller reported a computer scam in which personal and bank information was obtained;

July 25: A scam was reported on County 16;

July 26: A 315th Ave. caller checking on their grandma’s house while she was in treatment said a vehicle was parked there and the door seemed to have been pried open; A County 31 caller reported a scam caller who had all of her information; A Sunroom door alarm was activated in Helga Twp.;

July 27: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller in the Laporte area reported a $26.38 gas drive-off; A 270th St. caller reported a front door open to a trailer where no one has stayed for a while; A bar motion alarm was activated on U.S. Hwy. 34 in the Akeley area;

July 28: A Mantrap Twp. caller reported her mother’s boyfriend stole her pepper spray, and caller wanted him to leave but mother had not asked him to leave;

July 29: A Hubbard caller reported a deck was broken into and lawn furniture was moved; A Nevis Twp. caller reported a boat stolen from caller’s boat lift on Lake Belle Taine; A Lakeport Twp. caller reported a sweatshirt stolen from their vehicle; A residential burglar alarm/dining room motion alarm was activated on 114th St.; A Hubbard Twp. caller reported a scam caller asking grandma for bail money; A Hubbard caller reported a male attempted to enter his mother’s home;

July 30: A garage door alarm was activated on County 89; A Hubbard caller reported a scam call about someone trying to take his computer and charge his account, but caller does not have a computer;

July 31: A residential burglar alarm was activated in Arago Twp.;

Aug. 1: A living room deck motion alarm was activated on Long Lake; A 331st Ave. caller reported attempted theft; An Akeley Twp. caller reported that sometime since July 4, someone cut a padlock into a cabin and stole the keys to a pontoon, four-wheeler and storage building;

Aug. 2: A theft was reported in Hubbard;

Aug. 4: A general motion alarm was activated in Akeley; A vehicle was reported stolen on U.S. Hwy. 71; An Akeley Twp. caller reported trespassing and theft of a trail camera; A laundry room motion alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.

Fires: July 22: A car on fire was reported;

July 28: A smoke detector alarm was activated in Arago Twp.;

July 31: A structure fire was reported on County 97 near Becida; An Arago Twp. caller reported seeing lots of smoke;

Aug. 3: A caller reported heavy smoke, but a state trooper in the area said it was fog;

Aug. 4: A fire was reported along U.S. Hwy. 71.

Medical: July 22: An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a male in extreme pain;

July 23: A medical alarm was activated on County 16 for a female who slept all day, woke up confused and wasn’t feeling right;

July 24: An ambulance was requested on County 45 for an elderly female who fell and was in a lot of pain;

July 25: An ambulance was requested in Lake George for a male who was sick to his stomach;

July 27: An ambulance was requested for an unresponsive male, approximately 20 years old, on the ground but breathing; An ambulance was requested for an elderly male who fell;

July 28: An ambulance was requested on County 32 for a male who passed out with low blood sugar; An ambulance was requested on County 38 for a possible kidney stone;

July 29: An ambulance was requested for a semi driver pulled over on the side of the road, reporting numbness in his left arm and half of his face;

July 30: A rolling medical emergency was reported involving a male with a severe allergy stung by a bee; An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a male with possible alcohol poisoning; An ambulance was requested for a 15-year-old who took a bunch of pills; Officer assistance was requested for a male driving to the emergency room after cutting off his finger; An ambulance was requested in Straight River Twp. for a female having sweats and weakness; An ambulance was requested in Arago Twp. for a female who fell; An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a female having a panic attack;

July 31: An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. for an elderly female having trouble breathing; An ambulance was requested on County 6 for a female swollen from water retention;

Aug. 1: A 72-year-old female on State Hwy. 34 activated her medical alarm three times;

Aug. 2: An ambulance was requested in Hendrickson Twp. for a female having trouble breathing;

Aug. 3: An ambulance was requested in Akeley Twp. for an elderly male who fell;

Aug. 4: An ambulance was requested on 480th St. for a 49-year-old female having chest pains; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 226 for an elderly male who fell and was having other issues.