Accidents: May 19: A caller reported going into the ditch while en route to a job interview.
Animal Related: May 18: A caller reported hitting a deer and was unsure vehicle was still drivable, saying their airbag deployed but they did not need an ambulance; A County 39 caller reported a neighbor’s dog was killing their chickens; A 169th Ave. caller was concerned for the welfare of dogs in a kennel, reporting 15-20 dogs in a pen; A Crow Wing Lake Twp. caller reported a friendly black goat with a collar in the area, which caller was unable to catch;
May 19: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller said her cat had been shot and was lying in the ditch; A County 36 caller caught a loose horse and put it in a corral, describing it as very tall, wearing no halter and chestnut colored; A fawn-colored Doberman pinscher with a leather collar was reported lost; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a white miniature schnauzer with no collar, just groomed and answering to “Izzy,” was stolen on May 18; Personnel removed a road-killed animal from the roadway;
May 20: A Nevis caller reported an ongoing issue with a barking dog; A County 12 caller said her husband hit a deer, which was dead but in the roadway; A vehicle hit a bear.
Assaults/Harassment: May 18: A 110th St. caller said her neighbors made threatening gestures toward her;
May 19: An Akeley caller reported a male violating his order for protection; A County 9 caller reported a verbal dispute between a female pedestrian and the driver of a Chevy Impala; A Farden Twp. caller reported threats from an unknown person on Facebook Messenger;
May 20: A Guthrie Twp. caller said his son was highly intoxicated and was destroying the house; A caller reported that a small car with a lawnmower hanging out of its back tried to ram caller and was following them; A Farden Twp. caller reported their daughter hit them and busted out the windows on their trailer.
Burglaries/Theft: May 18: A County 38 caller reported multiple Makita cordless tools stolen out of the back of their pickup truck on May 17; A residential burglar alarm was activated in Steamboat River Twp.;
May 19: A 129th Ave. caller said he has been a victim of several crimes lately and wanted advice on how to keep his family safe, noting that guns were involved in a theft in Fargo; A dining room motion alarm was activated in Laporte;
May 20: A residential burglar alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.; Another residential burglar alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.; A Glastron boat was reported stolen in Helga Twp.
Fires: May 18: A Little Sand Lake caller reported a chimney fire at a cabin;
May 20: A vehicle in the ditch was reported on fire in a swampy area.
Medical: May 18: An ambulance was requested on County 39 for a pancreatitis attack; An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a 24-year-old female having severe stomach pains; An ambulance was requested in the Bemidji area for a female having a seizure, and call was transferred to Beltrami County; An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a medication reaction;
May 19: An Akeley caller who was self-quarantined after taking the COVID-19 test requested help getting his medicines delivered; An ambulance was requested on 200th St. for an elderly male with severe pain, who hadn’t eaten; An ambulance was requested on 344th St. for a 15-year-old female who called her mother and said she was passing in and out of consciousness; An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a female who fell and could not get up;
May 20: An ambulance was requested in the Two Inlets area for a male with diabetic issues; An ambulance was requested in the Cass Lake area for a female having trouble breathing; An unknown medical alarm was activated in Lake Alice Twp.; An ambulance was requested on County 4 for a male having trouble breathing; An ambulance was requested on County 18 for slight chest pains and ulcer pain.
Miscellaneous: May 18: A 911 hang-up from a number with no history could only be traced to a cell tower location and, upon callback, went straight to voicemail twice; Personnel patrolled graduation activities in Nevis; A County 18 caller had questions about having a garage sale during the COVID-19 pandemic; Personnel held a birthday parade in Park Rapids; A Nevis caller had questions about the logistics of a charitable donation; A 911 hang-up caller, upon callback, said they were fine and were just putting a boat in the lake; A caller requested assistance retrieving property from his ex-girlfriend in Hubbard Twp.; A County 1 caller said she was outside and could hear what sounded like someone screaming for help;
May 19: A Farden Twp. caller complained about neighbors being too loud, yelling, and kids still playing outside at 3:29 a.m.; A caller reported a bunch of trucks down at the lake overnight, and said there was garbage everywhere in the morning; A caller was suspicious about a vehicle parked at their location for the past 48 hours; Personnel held a birthday parade in Park Rapids; Becker County was notified after a 911 hang-up caller said he accidentally dialed while putting his phone in his pocket; A 911 hang-up caller said they accidentally dialed 911 while driving; A 911 hang-up caller said she accidentally hit the emergency button while turning on a dirt road; A 911 hang-up from 470th St. sounded like someone was hammering into wood, but there was no answer upon callback; An open-line 911 call came from County 80 but went to voicemail upon callback; A 911 hang-up was explained as an accidental dial; A 911 hang-up was passed on from Beltrami County; An open-line 911 call, upon callback, went to voicemail; A Guthrie Twp. caller wanted to speak with a deputy about getting his 12-year-old daughter back from a male who has been raising her, noting that her mom is deceased;
May 20: A Park Rapids caller dialed 911 accidentally; Personnel held a birthday parade in Park Rapids; A 911 hang-up was explained as an accidental pocket dial; A caller had questions about social distancing and COVID-19; Officer assistance was requested regarding a vehicle that broke down last night and was left in caller’s driveway, and the owner hadn’t come back to pick it up; A 911 hang-up came from a 911-only phone that could only be traced to a tower location; A suspicious vehicle was reported in Park Rapids; A 162nd St. caller requested agency assist trying to leave a residence, and was transferred to Cass County.
Traffic: May 18: A juvenile male was reported biking in a lane of traffic;
May 19: A caller reported a driver who was swerving; Two boat and water warnings were issued for carrying no throwable flotation device;
May 20: A boat and water warning was issued for carrying no throwable flotation device; A caller reported older Chevy pickups tearing up and down a roadway that was just graded; A boat and water violation was reported.