Accidents: Oct. 14: An accident was reported, causing no injuries or traffic hazard;
Oct. 15: A vehicle was hit during the night in a Rockwood Twp. parking lot; A caller reported that a Dodge truck hit a Ford single-cab pickup;
Oct. 17: A County 44 caller who was out of town said her neighbor reported that a truck went through her fence and took off; An accident with possible injuries was reported, involving a Toyota Corolla that hit a truck pulling a horse trailer;
Oct. 19: An abandoned truck was found upside down in the roadway with its engine still warm.
Animal Related: Oct. 14: A dog complaint was reported on U.S. Hwy. 71 near Laporte; A Guthrie Twp. caller complained about dogs in her yard; A car vs. deer collision was reported; A caller hit a deer and wanted a possession tag;
Oct. 15: A Nevis caller reported a dead bear in the ditch; A Nevis caller reported an animal complaint; A Park Rapids caller reported three horses loose on the roadway; A deer call was reported;
Oct. 16: An injured deer was reported lying on the side of the roadway, partially over the fog line in the lane of traffic, needing to be dispatched; A Cass Lake area caller reported multiple cows loose on the roadway; A caller reported hitting a deer on U.S. Hwy. 2 resulting in door damage, and a tow was requested;
Oct. 17: A 229th Ave. caller complained about issues with a dog; A caller reported a deer hit by a vehicle was struggling to move in the ditch; A U.S. 71 caller reported a deer killed in the middle of the road;
Oct. 18: A County 110 caller hit a deer and wanted a possession tag;
Oct. 20: A deer needing to be dispatched was reported; A squad vehicle hit a deer on County 9; A 275th Ave. caller reported a black Angus cow in their yard.
Assaults/Harassment: Oct. 15: A Nevis caller reported threats received Oct. 12 at the Nevis muni;
Oct. 18: A 460th St. caller said he was being threatened; A 169th Ave. caller reported a verbal argument.
Burglaries/Theft: Oct. 15: A residential living room motion alarm was activated in Farden Twp. and alarm company reported speaking with the keyholder; A residential hold-up alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.;
Oct. 16: A gift shop alarm was activated at Itasca State Park; A key fob panic alarm and a front door burglar alarm were activated in Lakeport Twp.; A Farden Twp. caller reported two broken windows at their residence, which caller believed was the result of an attempted burglary; A shop motion detector alarm was tripped in White Oak Twp., and when the alarm company called, the person who responded said to ignore it but didn’t have proper ID;
Oct. 17: A panic alarm button was activated in Henrietta Twp. but proper ID was entered to cancel; A residential living room motion alarm was activated on County 13 and no keyholders could be reached with proper ID to cancel;
Oct. 18: A furnace room motion alarm was tripped in Clay Twp.; Sirius XM reported they received an SOS alarm from their customer in Todd Twp. but could not reach them via phone; A County 89 caller wanted to speak to an officer about his wife using his debit card; A Todd Twp. caller reported theft of prescription drugs; An alarm was activated on County 80; A 474th St. caller suspected she received a counterfeit $100 bill during a garage sale;
Oct. 19: A mechanical room door alarm was activated on County 37.
Fires: Oct. 16: A possible fire out of control was reported at the northwest corner of Kabekona Lake;
Oct. 19: A Lake Emma Twp. caller said the woods appeared to be on fire and mentioned a large brush pile at a resort.
Medical: Oct. 14: An ambulance was requested in Hubbard Twp. for a very sick female with a high temperature;
Oct. 15: An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a male who fell and hit his head on the stairs; An ambulance was requested on County 23 for an elderly female with the flu; An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. for a 91-year-old male who was unable to get up;
Oct. 16: An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a 13-year-old girl having trouble breathing; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a 66-year-old male on the outside steps of his residence, unable to get up; An ambulance was requested in Hubbard Twp. for a male who fell backward in the bathroom;
Oct. 17: An ambulance was requested on County 9 for an elderly female who had been sick; An ambulance was requested on County 2 regarding severe stomach pain;
Oct. 18: An ambulance was requested on County 2 regarding severe stomach pains;
Oct. 19: An ambulance was requested;
Oct. 20: An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for an allergic reaction; An ambulance was requested on County 18 for a female having trouble breathing.
Miscellaneous: Oct. 14: A school walk-through was requested in Nevis; A Hubbard Twp. caller reported a female in a four-door sedan pulled into caller’s driveway, dropped her pants and “mooned” her; An caller reported a vehicle abandoned a mile into the woods on private property being used for hunting; A Nevis caller reported suspicious activity; A State Hwy. 34 caller near Nevis requested officer assist removing an unruly customer; A caller was suspicious about someone dressed in camo, sitting in the ditch, watching cars go by; A caller was suspicious about a male in the ditch who seemed to be trying to wave the caller down, but she didn’t feel comfortable stopping;
Oct. 15: A school walk-through was requested in Nevis; A State Hwy. 34 caller near Nevis complained about a trailer full of trash left on her property; A caller questioned buoys and no-wake signs still being out on the lake;
Oct. 16: A court-ordered eviction was enforced on 200th St.; A County 17 caller wanted to speak to an officer about kids being left alone at their mom’s; An Arago Twp. caller reported issues with a squatter; A County 36 caller reported a John Deere tractor vandalized, with all the wires cut; A Park Rapids caller found a 9 mm bullet on their property;
Oct. 18: A County 119 caller was suspicious about a Dodge pickup parked on the road with two occupants near elderly neighbors’ house; A Lakeport Twp. caller complained about someone hunting on a neighbor’s posted land; A Todd Twp. caller reported a soft-top Jeep abandoned on a private road for a couple days; A caller was suspicious about two motorhomes and 3-5 tents on the property; A 279th Ave. caller reported suspicious activity; A caller was suspicious about a vehicle at the park across the street from her, saying it was odd for someone to be there after 9 p.m.; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller was suspicious about a male walking around the park with a flashlight after 9 p.m.; An officer checked out a party on foot;
Oct. 19: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a few people were in a unit they were not supposed to be in; Officer assist was requested in Mantrap Twp. for a male with mental issues; An Arago Twp. caller reported someone had a campfire on a dead-end road and left a lot of empty liquor bottles on the ground; A caller was concerned about a male and a female walking on the side of the highway with blankets; A 161st Ave. caller was suspicious about three boys walking around and approaching caller’s window;
Oct. 20: A caller said there was an argument in the car and her husband got out and their 9-year-old got out with him; A caller reported hearing screaming;
Oct. 21: An officer checked out a Ryder moving truck parked in an odd location; A State 87 caller reported his child’s mother was refusing to let caller pick up the child for court-ordered custody parenting time.
Traffic: Oct. 14: A motorist assist was requested;
Oct. 15: A County 33 caller complained about an ongoing issue with semi trucks jake-braking in front of caller’s residence; A security light was reportedly activated at an intersection; A caller complained about a vehicle weaving across the center line from Akeley to Nevis;
Oct. 16: A semi truck was reported swerving on the roadway;
Oct. 17: A motorist assist was requested; A caller complained that an RDO truck almost ran her and her kids off the road;
Oct. 18: A camper pulling an enclosed Harley Davidson trailer was reported weaving all over the roadway; A motorist assist was requested;
Oct. 19: A caller described a Subaru that almost hit two vehicles while its driver was on the phone; ATVs were reported racing up and down the road and multiple riders were not wearing helmets;
Oct. 20: A 470th St. caller believed a Chevy Uplander was being driven with illegal plates;
Oct. 21: A caller reported a vehicle crossed the centerline approximately 15 times and almost went in the ditch twice.