Accidents: June 22: A single-vehicle accident with injuries was reported on County 38, and caller said she was out of the vehicle;
June 23: A Farden Twp. caller complained about a bear damaging bird feeders for the past three weeks and voiced concern for the safety of children in the area.
Animal Related: June 22: A caller wanted to speak with a deputy about options for a fawn that was hit by a vehicle and was not doing well; A motorist reported hitting a fawn on County 40 and said it needed to be dispatched; A Farden Twp. caller complained about a neighbor’s dogs acting aggressive toward her as she walks down the road, and wanted to speak to a deputy about how she can legally protect herself;
June 23: A Helga Twp. caller reported a neighbor’s dog was bothering their chickens again;
June 24: An anonymous caller complained about a dog barking in Nevis; A 500th St. caller reported a bear in her yard that she suspected was sick, saying he lay down in her yard, then in the road, then walked into the woods.
Assaults/Harassment: June 22: A Farden Twp. caller said he was getting harassing messages from an unknown person via text and Facebook; A Mantrap Twp. caller said his son bought a camper on June 21 and was now being harassed by the previous owner’s son.
Burglaries/Theft: June 23: A 190th St. caller reported receiving two bad checks when they sold a dog.
Fires: June 24: A County 36 caller, who had a burning permit and was burning some lumber and an old chair, said she thought the fire was a little bit out of control.
Medical: June 22: An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71, in the Park Rapids area, for a 32-year-old female who fell and couldn’t get up due to back and shoulder injuries; An ambulance was requested on 150th St. for a possible stroke; A lift assist was requested on County 2 for a female who fell; A lift assist was requested in Todd Twp. for a female who fell; An Essentia Health employee said a male just across the Wadena County line needed an ambulance; A County 2 caller requested help getting his wife out of her power chair; An ambulance was requested on 150th St. for a possible heart attack;
June 23: An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 64 for an 85-year-old male having severe abdominal pain; An ambulance was requested in Lake George for a female having severe groin pain on the left side; An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. for a female who fell and couldn’t get up;
June 24: An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for a male on blood thinners who fell and hit his head on June 23 and was now “kinda out of it.”
Miscellaneous: June 22: An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle in Henrietta Twp.; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported their child was with its dad and was supposed to be returned last night but was not; A caller reported losing a bike off his semi while traveling on area highways; A 105th Ave. caller said a male was trespassing on their property; A State Hwy. 87 caller had questions for an officer about people showing up at their house, looking to buy puppies; A caller requested officer assistance regarding people not letting his mower mow the ditches and completely blocking the driver; A 275th Ave. caller requested an officer assist regarding a drone that flew over her residence a few times; A Henrietta Twp. caller wanted to speak to a deputy about his neighbors shooting guns; A caller was concerned about a female motorist on the shoulder of U.S. Hwy. 2 having either car trouble or a medical issue; A Nevis Twp. caller reported their elderly mother decided to run away from home, and they located her but she was refusing to return home, and caller wanted advice; There were five 911 hang-ups;
June 23: A Crow Wing Lake Twp. caller reported an unoccupied vehicle parked in his driveway; A Lake Emma Twp. caller complained about a neighbor’s security light shining into caller’s residence all night long; A Todd Twp. caller said her granddaughter was upset and breaking items in the residence; A State Hwy. 34 caller, in the Nevis area, requested officer assistance regarding an uncooperative female; A County 1 caller was suspicious about a vehicle that shouldn’t be there parked in front of a cabin, running with its lights on; There were two 911 hang-ups;
June 24: A Laporte caller reported an abandoned boat and tent on her brother’s property; A White Oak Twp. caller wanted to speak to a deputy about extra patrolling on her road; A lobby visitor wanted assistance retrieving property from a 139th Ave. residence; A caller reported females trying to dig up lady slippers and traveling north on County 3 in a Jeep Grand Jerokee with Colorado plates; An 8th Crow Wing Lake caller wanted her son’s friend removed from the property; A 139th Ave. caller wanted to speak to a deputy about an incident in 2017; A caller found an active fishing license on the roadway; A compliance check was requested in Nevis; A 119th Ave. caller complained about a vehicle parked on private property with two female occupants, possibly impaired; An Akeley caller asked to have a male and a female, both impaired, removed from the property.
Traffic: June 22: A FedEx truck with a trailer, headed north on State Hwy. 64, was reported swerving all over the road; A caller was removing branches from the roadway; Officers patrolled a speed enforcement/detour area on County 39; A Ford F-150 was reported driving recklessly, cutting people off and making rude gestures; A caller wanted to speak with a deputy about local residents’ driving habits that were tearing up the roadway;
June 23: Officers patrolled speed enforcement on County 37;
June 24: A 110th St. caller reported an ATV tore up her driveway; A caller reported a male driving a pickup, intentionally tearing up the roadway; A semi was reported blocking both lanes of a road.