Accidents: March 19: A rollover accident with injuries was reported in the Park Rapids area;
March 22: A one-vehicle rollover was reported in Laporte.
Animal Related: March 19: A 150th St. caller reported a dog complaint; A Nissan driver reported hitting a deer, causing airbags to deploy, but caller said she was OK;
March 20: An anonymous caller reported possible neglect of a dog on State Hwy. 64; A caller in Wadena County reported an injured deer on County 40, needing to be dispatched;
March 22: An injured deer was reported in a lane of traffic, almost causing an accident; A Park Rapids caller reported a dog out on the ice; A Laporte caller reported animal abuse; A dead deer was reported in a lane of traffic 2-3 miles south of Emmaville.
Assaults/Harassment: March 20: A Nevis caller reported someone was being stalked and harassed through their phones;
March 21: A third-party caller said she was talking to a friend in Guthrie Twp. who was having a domestic situation and the call was lost; A violation of an order for protection was reported in Hendrickson Twp.; A Lakeport Twp. caller reported his landlord was at the residence, causing issues;
March 22: A County 119 caller said she was being harassed about a truck she sold.
Burglaries/Theft: March 19: Beltrami County requested a deputy to check a 450th St. residence in search of a vehicle taken without owner’s permission;
March 20: An office alarm was activated on County 40; A Nevis Twp. caller believed he had been scammed; A burglar alarm was activated at the county transfer station in Park Rapids;
March 21: An overhead garage door alarm was activated at a shop on County 93; A vehicle was reported stolen; A 370th Ave. caller reported the back window of his truck was broken and tools were stolen while caller was working out of town;
March 22: A Park Rapids caller reported they gave information to a scam.
Fires: March 19: Wadena County asked Park Rapids Fire Department to check out a fire alarm at a residence northeast of Menahga.
Medical: March 19: A lift assist was requested on 309th Ave.;
March 20: An ambulance was requested for a Nevis area female; An ambulance was requested in Clover Twp. for an elderly female who fell and could not get up; An ambulance was requested on 156th St. for a female who fell;
March 21: Becker County requested help reaching the father of an Akeley 18-year-old who was transported to CHI St. Joseph’s Health.
Miscellaneous: March 19: A 911 hang-up was explained as an accidental dial; A Henrietta Twp. caller reported the occupant of a gray van or SUV came to their door and caller suspected he was “casing the place”; Pine Manor staff requested assistance with a highly intoxicated female who was attempting to leave the detox facility;
March 20: A 150th St. caller suspected someone was walking around their property; Minnesota State Patrol requested help transporting a prisoner to the Hubbard County jail; A 911 hang-up was traced to the 201st Ave. area;
March 21: Becker County requested assistance finding juveniles at an underage drinking party; A caller felt unsafe and suspicious about a male seen wearing all black and carrying a flashlight; A Nevis caller requested help at 10:22 p.m. finding her teenage son, who was supposed to be home at 10 p.m. and might be at his girlfriend’s house;
March 22: Beltrami County received a text-to-911 call from a Mantrap Twp. resident, saying an unknown male was in their residence; A County 31 caller said a neighbor ran over and told him to call the police, but caller had no idea what was going on; A County 6 caller had questions about shooting on his property; A caller reported hearing multiple gunshots; A Park Rapids caller was suspicious about a male who walked toward a vacant house and did not come back; Officer assist was requested on 323rd Ave.
Traffic: March 19: A driving complaint regarding a Ford Taurus was reported; Motorist assist was requested in the Park Rapids area;
March 20: A truck pulling old fuel tanks on a trailer lost the tanks on the roadway; A vehicle was reported speeding and swerving on the roadway;
March 21: A Lake George caller was concerned about a truck and trailer parked in front of an apartment complex, creating a traffic hazard;
March 22: Motorist assist was requested.