Accidents: Oct. 31: A County 40 caller had questions about a windshield that was damaged a while ago, saying the other party didn’t have insurance;
Nov. 2: A vehicle spun out, hit a sign and went in the ditch; An occupant complained of head pain after a two-vehicle accident; A sedan with two occupants went in the ditch but no injuries were reported.
Animal Related: Oct. 31: A Hubbard Twp. caller called from work regarding dogs “going nuts” at their house, and caller said they couldn’t leave work but an aunt at the house was too scared to call; A caller reported hitting a deer with no injuries, but the vehicle was not driveable; A deer in a ditch was reported, needing to be dispatched; A caller wanted a possession tag after a non-injury car vs. deer collision;
Nov. 1: A County 18 caller reported a deer on the side of the road, needing to be dispatched;
Nov. 2: A U.S. Hwy. 2 caller complained about two strays at a body shop;
Nov. 3: A motorist hit a deer with no injuries in the vehicle, and wanted a possession tag.
Assaults/Harassment: Oct. 31: A County 18 caller reported harassment; A Henrietta Twp. female came to the emergency room, claiming she was assaulted;
Nov. 1: A bomb threat was reported in Park Rapids;
Nov. 2: A Farden Twp. caller said he was assaulted, and another 911 caller said he was assaulted;
Nov. 3: A County 89 caller was bleeding from the face after being assaulted by their boyfriend; A Helga Twp. caller said she wanted to leave but her dad shut off the phone and power to the house and wouldn’t let her leave;
Nov. 4: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller wanted her mother to be removed after she threw hot coffee on caller.
Burglaries/Theft: Oct. 31: A 470th St. caller reported the theft of a wallet out of a vehicle;
Nov. 1: A living room motion alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.; A Lake George caller reported possible theft from a vehicle overnight;
Nov. 2: A living room motion alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.
Medical: Oct. 31: An ambulance was requested on 145th Ave. for a female who fell and may have broken her arm; An ambulance was requested in Lakeport Twp. for a male who was dizzy and lightheaded; An ambulance was requested on County 30 for a female whose heart was racing and who was short of breath; An ambulance was requested on County 3 for chest pain after heart surgery and low blood pressure;
Nov. 2: A mutual aid ambulance was requested in Menahga for a female with no epi pen having difficulty breathing due to an allergic reaction; A mutual aid ambulance was requested in the Menahga area for a two-year-old having a seizure;
Nov. 3: An ambulance was requested on County 39 for an 82-year-old male throwing up and having chest pains.
Miscellaneous: Oct. 31: A Thorpe Twp. caller reported suspicious activity near a neighbor’s property, saying they evicted a tenant but he returned and pitched a tent; A County 9 caller was suspicious about a male in a hatchback who seemed to be casing the place;
Nov. 1: A County 6 caller reported her son was not getting along with her, took the keys to her vehicle, went inside the resident with two other kids and was refusing to leave; A County 18 caller reported a vehicle that was trespassing; A caller requested advice about caller’s ex drinking and driving with a child in the car;
Nov. 2: A Farden Twp. caller wanted help retrieving property; Motorist assist was requested; A 175th Ave. caller was suspicious when strange vehicles kept turning around in her driveway;
Nov. 3: A County 9 caller wanted an intoxicated female removed from their property, then reported she left on foot not dressed for the weather; A 470th St. wanted an officer assist regarding child issues; A caller reported losing a pistol in the Paul Bunyan State Forest.
Traffic: Oct. 31: An underage driver on an ATV was reported; A County 9 caller reported an apparently unoccupied Honda, disabled in a lane of traffic;
Nov. 1: A Buick was reported swerving all over the road; An Ford F-350 identified as an ITS work vehicle was reported occupied by two intoxicated males; A skid steer and its trailer were reported parked in the ditch with a blown tire;
Nov. 2: A Honda was reported swerving all over the road;
Nov. 3: Motorist assist was requested; A passerby approached an officer to report a driving complaint.