Accidents: July 24: A caller reported finding a stop sign lying completely flat and what looked like car tracks in the ditch;
July 27: A telehandler (a.k.a. reach forklift) fell into a ditch and caused damage when pulled out;
July 28: A motorcycle accident was reported; A female on a bicycle was hit by a vehicle and had a possibly broken ankle;
July 29: An apparently unoccupied vehicle was reported in the ditch between a bike trail and the highway; A Lake George caller reported a two-vehicle accident in which the other vehicle backed into caller’s vehicle; An occupied truck in the ditch was reported; A caller reported an extended cab Chevy hit him and left the scene.
Animal Related: July 24: A caller in the Nevis area complained about a yellow lab in her yard; A County 91 caller reported dogs on the roadway, obstructing traffic; A caller found a doberman and was going to walk around the neighborhood, looking for its owner;
July 25: A cow was reported out on the road; A Honda Civic hit a deer and was undriveable, but there were no injuries and the deer’s whereabouts were unknown;
July 26: A Farden Twp. caller reported a neighbor’s dog came into their yard and attacked their dog;
July 27: A County 81 caller said one of her tenants moved out, leaving a cat and a litter of kittens with no supplies to take care of them; A caller reported multiple cows out on the road; A Schoolcraft Twp. caller had questions about a neighbor who told her she wasn’t allowed to have a dog that barks;
July 29: A dog was hit by an ATV on 170th St.; A 130th St. caller said he was in an accident in North Dakota, and someone brought his dogs back for him and was supposed to drop them off at a boarding place, but the dogs had not been dropped off; An anonymous Nevis caller reported an animal running loose; A dead deer was reported in a lane of traffic.
Assaults/Harassment: July 23: A 309th Ave. caller reported a male returned to the residence after a domestic last night, and there was probable cause to arrest him; A caller reported that a Chevy Suburban that has been stalking her was just at Portage Lake; A Farden Twp. caller reported a fight involving six or seven people, moving from a patio to a parking lot;
July 25: A Lakeport Twp. caller reported a domestic issue and wanted a male removed; A caller reported being followed by a dark SUV with no lights on;
July 26: A State Hwy. 64 caller reported his neighbor revving his engine and harassing him; A Farden Twp. caller reported a male she knows may be under her trailer, and she didn’t want him on the property; An Akeley caller reported a dispute with a neighbor; A County 109 caller reported intoxicated females fighting;
July 28: A Farden Twp. caller reported a physical domestic dispute with his wife to Cass County;
July 29: A Todd Twp. caller reported a male had a cut on his head due to a domestic incident involving alcohol.
Burglaries/Theft: July 23: A Nevis caller reported a possible scammer who asked for her routing number among other information;
July 25: An alarm company reported a panic button was pushed on 229th Ave., and the subscriber said an unwelcome male was in his yard;
July 26: A basement motion alarm was activated in Hubbard Twp.;
July 27: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a sweepstakes scam; An Akeley caller reported Social Services called her, saying they had a warrant out for her arrest;
July 28: A Nevis area caller reported tools stolen from their yard on July 26; A State Hwy. 87 caller received a scam call from Social Security;
July 29: A Nevis Twp. caller reported identity theft; A U.S. Hwy. 2 caller requested assistance in a robbery.
Fires: July 24: An Akeley caller was awakened by two fire alarms going off but reported seeing no sign of smoke;
July 28: A report of an electrical fire on a boat on Lake Itasca was mapped to Clearwater County.
Medical: July 23: An ambulance was requested on 344th St. for an adult male with chest pains; An ambulance was requested in Crow Wing Lake Twp. for a female with a broken ankle;
July 24: An ambulance was requested in the Nevis area for a female who fell and was semi-conscious; An ambulance was requested on 175th Ave. for an elderly female who’d had stints put in, who was bleeding and feeling very ill;
July 25: An ambulance was requested in Helga Twp. for a female who fell on the steps and possibly dislocated a knee or hip;
July 26: A medical alarm was activated in Farden Twp.; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for an 89-year-old female who fell;
July 27: An ambulance intercepted a male who cut his leg with a chainsaw while he was en route to Park Rapids in a personal vehicle; A 150th St. caller thought his brother was having a heart attack; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a male experiencing unmanageable pain; An agency assist was requested by Cass County for a female having an asthma attack; An ambulance was requested in Mantrap Twp. for a possible heart attack; An ambulance was requested in Hubbard Twp. for a male possibly having a stroke; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a female possibly having a stroke; A welfare check was requested for a male who was sitting and staring, breathing but not answering questions;
July 28: An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a female having heat stroke; An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for a female who passed out and was not responding; An ambulance was requested on 170th St. for an elderly female with brain cancer who kept passing out and was extremely weak.
Miscellaneous: July 23: A Todd Twp. caller reported someone woke him up by banging on his house wall at approximately 12:35 a.m. and when he looked outside, two cars were speeding down the road; A caller was suspicious about a person with no uniform and an unmarked pickup truck with an enclosed trailer at a phone line box; A caller at the Becker County Line bought a boat and wanted to know whom it traces back to; A County 20 caller requested assistance with a child custody exchange; A County 36 caller requested advice about food crops that somebody planted at the back of his property; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller in the Laporte area wanted a deputy to come and look at the alcohol interlock he received in the mail; A business walk-through was requested in Nevis; There were seven 911 hang-ups or misdials;
July 24: A County 109 caller reported a vehicle that had been at a public access for three days; A resort check was requested on County 89; A resort check was requested in Todd Twp.; A resort check was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71; A compliance check was requested on 498th St.; A resort check was requested on County 40; An Arago Twp. caller reported people were shooting at a truck with BB guns; A hard-to-understand caller mentioned Dilworth and Hubbard posting something, cursed at dispatch, was very rude and hung up; A business walk-through was requested in Nevis; There were two 911 hang-ups or misdials;
July 25: A Clay Twp. caller reported hearing eight to 10 gunshots and wanted the area checked; A Mantrap Twp. caller found a boat drifting on Spider Lake; Resort checks were requested on County 2, on County 86 and in Clay Twp.; A lost Motorola cell phone was found; There were two 911 hang-ups or misdials;
July 26: A Mantrap Twp. caller was suspicious about a camper trailer that had been parked by their mailboxes for two days; Resort checks were requested on 269th Ave. and County 33; A K-9 assist was requested on 200th St. for a probable-cause arrest and warrant search; There was one 911 hang-up;
July 27: Cass County requested an additional officer to assist with a highly intoxicated male; An agency assist call was canceled due to reaching the wrong agency; A compliance check was requested on 200th St.; A State Hwy. 87 caller had questions about the new COVID-19 mask law; A caller was suspicious about a child’s backpack and shoes at a boat landing, along with a Chevy Trailblazer with front-end damage, found when nobody was around; A Nevis area caller complained about a female trespasser; A Park Rapids Hugo’s employee reported a male knocking merchandise down in the store, and a second caller from the parking lot said he was entering vehicles unwelcomed and climbing on them; A caller reported being unable to reach a friend at her cabin on Ten Mile Lake, near Hackensack; There was one 911 hang-up;
July 28: A K9 assist was requested in Park Rapids; A County 39 caller reported mailbox damage; A Helga Twp. caller was suspicious about a woman he met walking out of his driveway when he got home, saying he tried to talk with her but she just walked away and was then seen messing with the neighbor’s mailbox; A 317th Ave. caller reported their car and garage were egged during the night; A Rockwood Twp. caller received a suspicious package from China that they did not order, saying it looked like a scarf or mask; A Nevis caller reported a neighbor shooting off fireworks; There was one 911 hang-up;
July 29: A Nevis Twp. caller wanted officer assistance to retrieve some property; A Farden Twp. caller wanted an intoxicated male removed from her house; A Lake Emma Twp. caller received suspicious seeds in the mail from China; A County 37 caller reported a Blue Pelican kayak missing; A 139th Ave. caller going through a divorce wanted officer assistance changing the locks on the house doors; A County 16 caller wanted to speak to an officer about something that may happen; A business walk-through was requested in Nevis; A Todd Twp. caller was suspicious about a helicopter that circles the area every night at the same time; There was one 911 hang-up.
Traffic: July 24: A driving complaint was reported about a four-door sedan, possibly a Ford Taurus; A vehicle was reported swerving all over the roadway; A Pontiac was reported traveling at high speed; A County 2 caller reported two large trucks with a house were stopped in a lane of traffic, possibly with a flat tire;
July 25: Three unspecified boat and water violations were reported; A boater was warned for carrying no horn; A caller having mechanical issues said they were leaving their truck and trailer at a public access overnight; A paddleboarder was warned for wearing no life jacket; A boater was warned for operating too close to other boats; A boater was warned for carrying no throwable flotation aid; A caller reported three children, apparently under age 10, driving a boat without life jackets and with no adults;
July 26: A Ford Edge was stopped with no plates; A vehicle was slow to stop for a traffic stop; A Bemidji area caller reported an older car with a baby hanging out of the window, not buckled in; An older Toyota Camry was reported driving recklessly numerous times during the last couple days; Two unspecified boat and water violations were reported; A boater was warned for carrying no throwable flotation aid; A vehicle was reported swerving all over the road; A caller reported that when her husband tried to take the kids swimming, a group of people had blocked off the landing and used picnic tables to block part of the roadway; A caller reported a car driving around town with a child hanging out of the sunroof and an ATV with four kids on it at the school;
July 27: A vehicle was reported swerving and driving at fluctuating speeds; An officer assisted a motorist; Beltrami County requested assistance in pursuit of a Chevy entering Clearwater County at over 100 mph;
July 28: A boat and water officer repaired signs; A 170th St. caller reported an intoxicated male leaving his house in a van with ladders on top;
July 29: A caller complained about new vacation rentals always ripping around and lake traffic being horrible; A caller reported a FedEx truck pulled out right in front of him; A caller had questions about ATVs; A semi was reported driving about 30 mph and almost causing accidents; A vehicle was reported weaving in the roadway.