Accidents: Oct. 10: A vehicle backed into another vehicle in a parking lot in Nevis;
Oct. 12: A rollover accident with injuries was reported;
Oct. 14: A vehicle accident was reported, causing no injuries or traffic hazard.
Animal Related: Oct. 11: A passerby reported a vehicle hit a deer, with no injuries in the vehicle, and deer was in the middle of the roadway; A 200th St. caller reported possible horse neglect, saying while driving by, caller saw a couple horses, skinny with bones protruding, one limping on an overgrown front hoof; A motorist reported hitting a bear;
Oct. 12: A husky-type dog was reported running into traffic on U.S. Hwy. 71, forcing vehicles to come to a complete stop; A caller wanted to know if he can grouse hunt in the Paul Bunyan State Forest; A caller reported a deer hit by a car and wanted a possession tag;
Oct. 13: A 269th Ave. caller requested a deer possession tag;
Oct. 14: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a dog complaint; A Guthrie Twp. caller complained about dogs in her yard.
Assaults/Harassment: Oct. 10: A 159th Ave. caller reported a male was punching a female in the ditch across from caller’s residence;
Oct. 11: A physical domestic incident was reported in Park Rapids; A Park Rapids caller described as hysterical said her boyfriend was beating her up; A juvenile female on 105th Ave. reported receiving threatening messages;
Oct. 13: A Park Rapids caller said her husband assaulted her; A County 31 caller said his girlfriend punched him, and that caller left the residence and was walking down the roadway; A County 9 caller reported receiving threats over the phone; A caller reported an assault occurred when she went to a 190th St. address to retrieve her property;
Oct. 14: A County 89 caller reported a domestic incident and a suicidal male; A Park Rapids caller requested assistance removing her husband from her residence after a verbal incident.
Burglaries/Theft: Oct. 10: An alarm was activated at an ATM in Park Rapids;
Oct. 11: A lake side lower level door alarm was activated on County 39; A front door burglar alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.
Fires: Oct. 10: A Todd Twp. caller reported a fire in the driveway, possible electric lines burning in a tree, a big explosion and a power outage; A Duck Lake caller reported a power line sparking.
Medical: Oct. 10: An ambulance was requested in Akeley Twp. for a male who fell;
Oct. 11: An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a male who was weak and unable to get into a vehicle;
Oct. 12: An ambulance was requested in the Becida area for a female possibly having anaphylactic shock; An ambulance was requested in Laporte for a male with an irregular heartbeat;
Oct. 13: An ambulance was requested on 470th St. for a 52-year-old female with an umbilical hernia; An ambulance was requested on County 2 for a female with a high fever; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a possible overdose of albuterol.
Miscellaneous: Oct. 10: A caller was suspicious about a Mercury Mountaineer parked by a burn pile in a field that belongs to a Cass County Sentence to Service crew leader; A County 9 caller said he allowed someone to leave their vehicle at his residence for two weeks, but six years later the vehicle was still there, and caller cannot reach owner and wants the vehicle removed; A Lakeport Twp. caller had child custody questions; A Todd Twp. caller reported a missing boat; A Laporte caller was suspicious of a person reporting car trouble who was acting odd and made caller uncomfortable; Agency assist was requested in Park Rapids for a prisoner in custody; Agency assist was requested on 500th St. to check a residence for a vehicle;
Oct. 11: A caller was suspicious about a male who came to his residence, saying he was stuck and asking to borrow a chainsaw to remove trees by the roadway; A caller had questions for an officer about retrieving property from her ex-boyfriend’s residence on U.S. Hwy. 71; A County 93 caller requested an officer to be present during an appraisal to ensure caller’s soon-to-be-ex-wife remains civil; The Nevis School reported safety issues with a student, who was refusing to show school staff something in his pockets; Assistance was requested locating someone Beltrami County had probable cause to arrest; A Park Rapids caller reported the driver of a Ford four-door car who pulled a pistol during a verbal altercation;
Oct. 12: A Farden Twp. caller reported rapid gunfire nearby, described as semi-automatic; The owner of a vacant lot in Akeley reported a small car parked on her lot and wanted it removed; Officers helped Clearwater County locate the suspect in a possible order for protection violation that occurred at Lobo’s Bar and Grill;
Oct. 13: A State Hwy. 34 caller had questions about taking possession of his children from his soon-to-be-ex-wife; Cass County received a report about a Farden Twp. resident finding a stop sign left in their yard and placing it against their fence; A Todd Twp. caller reported their mailbox was damaged for a second time, along with empty oil jugs in their front yard; A County 44 caller reported trying to pick up her kids and said their stepmother will not let her take them; A caller was suspicious about two vehicles parked at 119th Ave. with no lights;
Oct. 14: A school walk-through was requested in Nevis; A Hubbard Twp. caller reported a female in a four-door sedan who pulled into caller’s driveway, dropped her pants and “mooned” her.
Traffic: Oct. 10: A caller complained about a potato truck driving without headlights;
Oct. 12: A possibly drunk driver was reported in a Chevy truck, turning from U.S. Hwy. 2 to County 45 near Laporte; Local officers assisted State Patrol with a traffic stop;
Oct. 13: Motorist assist was requested for a truck off the side of the road with a gas can by its back wheel;
Oct. 14: Motorist assist was requested.