Accidents: Aug. 4: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported his truck was hit while parked at a golf course, and the driver left a note on his truck;
Aug. 8: A two-vehicle accident was reported.
Animal Related: Aug. 4: A caller reported a brown horse out of the pasture; A tan horse wearing a saddle was reported walking down the middle of the roadway; A State Hwy. 34 caller said a renter was transported to the hospital, leaving his dog home alone; A caller reported his son hit a loose dog on his bicycle and wiped out; A County 2 caller reported a dog that had been barking for over an hour; A caller reported she was out with an owl that had been hit three times and refused to leave;
Aug. 5: A 129th Ave. caller said a dog tried to bite his daughter and was now preventing her from leaving her residence; A caller reported a dog in the water, close to the roadside;
Aug. 6: A County 18 caller reported a brown and white pinto horse came onto his property, and caller put it in one of his pastures; A State Hwy. 226 caller reported a stray dog had been around for more than an hour and was currently lashed to the donkey, and caller had tried calling both numbers on the dog’s tag and wanted advice on what to do; The driver of a GMC SUV requested assistance after they hit a deer and kept driving, then had issues with the vehicle and pulled over;
Aug. 9: A County 1 caller reported a dead animal in his yard.
Assaults/Harassment: Aug. 4: A caller whose husband was released from jail on bond requested extra patrol in the area of her residence;
Aug. 5: A 167th Ave. caller reported a female trespasser who would not leave the house and said law enforcement had removed her from the residence before; A County 89 caller reported two guests were refusing to leave the property; A 167th Ave. caller reported a female at his residence, refusing to leave;
Aug. 6: A caller reported a Chevy Suburban that had been stalking her for eight months; A caller reported two males stalking caller, walking around with flashlights and using a vehicle with a loud muffler, and caller said it has been happening since October;
Aug. 7: A Farden Twp. caller reported a male choked her, and dispatch noted caller was hard to understand and that someone in the background, who sounded male, seemed to be whispering everything to her; An accidental stabbing was reported in the Bemidji area; a Hubbard Twp. caller reported that his neighbor, who was impaired, got into a screaming match and pushed his wife;
Aug. 8: A 179th Ave. caller reported an assault, damage to property and terroristic threats that occurred on Aug. 6; A County 39 caller reported a male screaming and swearing at passersby and throwing things off his deck; A 190th St. caller reported a neighbor was harassing caller’s 14-year-old son; A 470th St. caller wanted her 20-year-old brother removed, saying he was throwing her items into the yard; A Farden Twp. caller said he was “worked over” last night, was confused about where he was, had a pump on his head and some scrapes, and was missing his cell phone, glasses and wallet with money;
Aug. 10: A 130th St. caller reported text and verbal harassment by a neighbor.
Burglaries/Theft: Aug. 4: A Thorpe Twp. caller believed she had discovered a Craigslist scam;
Aug. 5: A Crow Wing Lake Twp. caller reported someone was trying to take money from his bank account, and a CBD Group was trying to take his information;
Aug. 6: A Nevis Twp. caller reported a scam;
Aug. 7: A residential dining room door alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.; A 275th Ave. caller reported a garage possibly broken into during the night but was uncertain whether anything was taken; An entry-exit burglar alarm was tripped in Lake Emma Twp.;
Aug. 8: A bedroom motion alarm was tripped on 190th St. and no keyholders could be reached; A family room door alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.;
Aug. 9: An Akeley caller reported a $7 gas drive-off;
Aug. 10: The main entry door, bar area motion and offsale back area motion alarm were each tripped once at the Nevis muni; A dining room door alarm was tripped in Lake Emma Twp.
Fires: Aug. 5: A general fire alarm was activated in White Oak Twp. and alarm company was unable to reach keyholders;
Aug. 7: A 450th St. caller wanted their house checked out after a lightning strike took out the electricity and there was smoke in the basement from the breakers blowing out; A caller reported trees down on power lines; A Nevis Twp. caller reported a high line down and two trees on the power line, also lying cross the road;
Aug. 8: A caller reported a tree down over a power line; A White Oak Twp. caller reported lightning hit a gas line connected to a house, and the gas line was on fire; A State Hwy. 64 caller in the Akeley area reported smoke in her home;
Aug. 9: A commercial fire alarm/apartment smoke alarm was activated in Nevis Twp. and no keyholders were present; A Mantrap Twp. caller reported a shed on fire.
Medical: Aug. 4: An ambulance was requested in Arago Twp. for a female who had a biking accident and was experiencing neck pain and numbness; A Henrietta Twp. caller requested an ambulance while having difficulty waking his wife, who was breathing; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 34 in the Nevis area for an intoxicated male who was lying under a tree, not very responsive; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 34 for a male on dialysis who was very weak; An ambulance was requested on County 9 for an 11-year-old male who was yelling, screaming and holding a knife to his throat; An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for a medical issue; An ambulance was requested on County 4 for someone who fell and possibly broke a leg;
Aug. 5: An ambulance was requested in Lakeport Twp. for a male experiencing cramps, itchiness and pain in his appendages; An ambulance was requested in Akeley Twp. for a female possibly having a stroke; A Farden Twp. caller found a children’s bicycle abandoned in the brush on the side of the roadway; An ambulance was requested on 496th St. for a male, recently released from the hospital after heart issues, who was hallucinating and felt like he was going to have a stroke;
Aug. 7: An ambulance was requested in Hart Lake Twp. for someone having breathing issues; A County 5 caller requested pre-arrival instructions for an ambulance; A 299th Ave. caller reported that her husband, who has heart failure, was experiencing chest pain and that they had no power for his oxygen tank;
Aug. 8: An ambulance was requested in Hart Lake Twp. for a female who was feeling unwell; caller requested a ride home from Bemidji after being seen at the hospital; An ambulance was requested in the Cass Lake area for a male who fell, hit his head and was bleeding;
Aug. 9: An ambulance was requested on 319th Ave. for a male with a kidney stone and abdominal pain; An ambulance was requested on 295th Ave. for a male who complained of chest pain and then collapsed; An ambulance was requested on 200th St. for someone whose foot was swelling and who was getting hives after being stung by a bee;
Aug. 10: An ambulance was requested at Pine Manor for a male complaining of chest pain.
Miscellaneous: Aug. 4: A 911 caller said she willingly got into a truck that was supposed to take her to North Dakota, but the male driver drove to a friend’s cabin in Farden Twp. where he and three other people have been highly intoxicated since July 29; A County 89 caller found a watch and a wallet, with 10 credit cards but no cash, in the parking lot at Foxy’s; An officer checked out an abandoned vehicle; A K-9 demonstration was logged at Akeley’s National Night Out event; A business walk-through was requested in Nevis; There was one 911 hang-up;
Aug. 5: A County 6 caller described a suspicious male who woke them up by beating on the door around 12:40 a.m.; A 192nd St. caller had questions about a trailer he purchased; A County 36 caller reported a male came to caller’s residence on Aug. 3 and asked to park his car with a flat tire on her property, and had not returned to retrieve the vehicle; A 119th Ave. caller requested assistance collecting money from when his chickens were killed last fall; A 110th St. caller complained about drivers every night along his fence line, scaring his cows, and caller suspected the drivers are children without licenses; A County 36 caller was suspicious about a pickup that drove by slowly and was now stopped in a nearby field, where someone was digging around in it and the lights had turned on and off a few times; There were two 911 hang-ups;
Aug. 6: A caller was suspicious about a truck back in the woods, loading up wood where workers had been logging; A County 38 caller wanted a no-trespass order for a former employee who had been trying to get gas, driving by the business with a loud truck, and who caller said has smeared feces on his home mailbox; A caller said too many people were living in campers 139th Ave., in violation of Todd Twp. ordinance; A caller had questions about property transfer; A 190th St. caller reported neighbors revving vehicles; A County 25 caller reported a staff member threw a glass when caller asked for a fresh glass; A business walk-through was requested in Nevis; There were two 911 hang-ups;
Aug. 7: A County 39 caller complained about boaters harassing other boaters on the lake at night; A Farden Twp. caller wanted to speak with a deputy about an incident that happened during the night; A resort check was requested on 219th Ave.; A Farden Twp. caller was suspicious about a car with no plates and one window open, seemingly abandoned, that was no longer there; Two resort checks were requested in Lake Emma Twp.; A resort check was requested in Thorpe Twp.; A resort check was requested in Clay Twp.; There was one 911 hang-up;
Aug. 8: A County 25 caller wanted an officer to meet him so he could retrieve his property; A caller reported three or four boats parked on the river between lakes, partying all day with loud music, and caller said they were partying until 3 a.m. and had now started up again; A Henrietta Twp. caller wanted his storage barn checked for damage; A caller reported three boats parked in the river, its occupants playing very loud music and harassing the wildlife; There were four 911 hang-ups or misdials;
Aug. 9: A caller who left his car on the side of the road overnight when it broke down and called for a tow truck to pick it up, said when he went to his car he found it damaged and completely trashed; A caller found a wallet on the side of the road; A County 39 caller requested a ride to a place with internet service and had other questions; A County 39 caller reported mailbox damage; A State Hwy. 34 caller reported a vehicle with no tags had been abandoned at the end of caller’s driveway for five hours, with “a bunch of kid stuff” in it;
Aug. 10: A County 6 caller reported a green van that kept driving by the house, and suspected they were casing the place; A County 30 caller was concerned about a group home moving into her neighborhood, saying she wasn’t notified, it’s against zoning and they have a lot of dogs; There was one 911 hang-up.
Traffic: Aug. 4: An officer assisted a semi truck that was attempting to back up; A boater on Long Lake was warned for carrying no throwable flotation aid and no life jackets; A caller said her vehicle was overheating on the side of the roadway and she had help coming, but was concerned it may be a traffic hazard; A caller reported a full-size pickup with big tires nearly hit her and ran her off the road with her kids in the car;
Aug. 5: An officer checked out a vehicle with its flashers on; A caller requested assistance with a vehicle disabled on the side of the roadway; A County 20 caller reported irrigation equipment lying across the road; A Toyota Highlander with obstructed plates was stopped; Motorist assist was requested;
Aug. 6: An off-duty deputy reported an SUV with a dealer plate and yellow paper in the back window, driving at about 90 mph; A County 3 caller reported issues with farm machinery driving on township roads; A Chevy Monte Carlo with no plate and no sticker was stopped; A Lake Emma Twp. caller complained about two personal watercraft playing chicken with another boat, and a pontoon with too many people on it by caller’s dock; A boater was warned for having no spotter or mirror; A County 25 caller reported an ATV and a side-by-side riding on the road and not the ditch; A Mercedes was reported swerving all over the road and driving extremely slowly; A motorcycle was reported swerving all over the road and passing at high speed; An officer checked out an ATV; Motorist assist was requested;
Aug. 7: An officer reported putting the speed trailer out; An officer checked out a tow truck pulling a car; A car was reported swerving all over the road at speeds varying from 55 to 70 mph; A Honda CRV was reported swerving all over the road at varying speeds; A County 4 caller reported a downed tree blocking the entire road; A Nevis caller reported a tree down in front of their house, causing a traffic hazard; A caller reported a tree down, covering most of the road; A County 18 caller reported two trees blocking a lane of travel; A State Hwy. 34 caller reported a tree off the shoulder of the road; A caller reported a tree blocking the highway; Two callers reported trees down, blocking lanes of travel; A suspected impaired driver was reported leaving Osage Bait and Tackle in a Ford F-350 pulling two flatbed trailers;
Aug. 8: A County 50 caller reported a tree totally blocking the road; A caller reported a tree down across the road;
Aug. 9: A vehicle was reported traveling at varying speed through the Dorset area, swerving across the lines, and speeding;
Aug. 10: A County 23 caller had questions about his temporary driver’s license and driving status.