Accidents: Aug. 28: A vehicle was reportedly rear-ended;

Aug. 29: A County 33 caller reported a van crashed into the ditch with four occupants, and airbags deployed;

Aug. 30: A car in the ditch was reported;

Aug. 31: An abandoned vehicle was reported almost in the water with all the doors open; A trailer was reportedly backing up when it hit a vehicle traveling on State Hwy. 87, but there were no injuries.

Animal Related: Aug. 27: A County 33 caller complained about neighbors’ cattle coming onto the property and damaging the yard; A Farden Twp. caller reported someone purposely ran over a dog, then left the scene;

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Aug. 28: An eagle was reported lying on the road; A caller reported an eagle that appeared to be injured; A Nevis Twp. caller reported a bear swam across the lake near their residence; A County 4 caller reported a medium-sized brown bird injured on the side of the roadway; A County 18 caller reported a pit bull came out and attacked his dog; A caller said they hit a deer and it was still alive;

Aug. 29: A County 13 caller reported a deer in the ditch needed to be dispatched; A caller reported four adult cows on the roadway; A County 3 caller reported a bear causing issues with cattle;

Aug. 30: A caller complained about being followed by a stray dog while walking her dog; A State 226 caller reported she had her neighbor’s dog again and was going to take it home, but wanted to call it it in because there were issues last time she took it home; A County 18 caller said her 3-day-old calf was missing;

Aug. 31: A vehicle hit a deer on County 82 and the driver reported they were not injured, the vehicle was drivable and caller wanted a permit to keep the deer; A car hit a deer;

Sept. 1: A vehicle was damaged but drivable after hitting a deer, but driver reported the deer needed to be dispatched;

Sept. 2: Two cows were reported out of the pasture in a ditch; A White Oak Twp. caller reported approximately 15 cows loose at the end of his driveway; A Clover Twp. caller reported hitting a deer with their vehicle and said the deer ran off.

Assaults/Harassment: Aug. 27: A County 14 caller asked to have an unknown male removed from his residence, saying he was flipping caller off and causing issues; A County 14 caller said a female wanted to keep fighting with the caller, but it was verbal only;

Aug. 29: A female said she was assaulted at her boyfriend’s residence at the Becker County line;

Aug. 30: An officer was advised of an assault that occurred at the Trump rally in Nevis Twp.; A caller said she and her ex-husband had an argument, caller slapped him and he left in their van, and caller was stranded on the side of the roadway; A 110th St. caller said he was being harassed; A 152nd St. caller reported a violation of an order for protection via social media;

Aug. 31: A Laporte caller reported a physical domestic assault;

Sept. 1: A 189th Ave. caller said they received a strange phone call and voicemail;

Sept. 2: A possible violation of a domestic abuse no-contact order by a Hubbard County inmate was reported in Park Rapids; A 145th Ave. caller reported an argument with someone building a house, saying a male driving a roofing truck got out of his pickup, came to her door and started screaming at her, falsely claiming that she pointed a gun at him; A 470th St. caller said she received Facebook messages from someone against whom she has a domestic abuse no-contact order.

Burglaries/Theft: Aug. 27: A bedroom motion alarm was tripped on 190th St.; The east special ed doors motional arm went off at the Laporte School when no keyholders were present;

Aug. 28: A beer cooler door alarm was tripped on County 7 and alarm company had not reached anyone; A County 9 caller said his foster child was swindled out of her debit card and paycheck by her aunt; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported the theft of a political sign, saying only one of six signs was taken;

Aug. 30: An Akeley caller suspected the camper in their neighbor’s yard may be stolen; A Hubbard Twp. caller said she received a death threat via voicemail from an unknown person;

Aug. 31: A Steamboat River Twp. caller reported the theft of four Trump signs over the weekend; A County 1 caller reported the theft of an air compressor;

Sept. 1: A Nevis caller reported the theft of political signs; A Farden Twp. caller said an incarcerated relative’s residence was burgled; A 189th Ave. caller received three fraudulent money orders totaling $3,000; A Nevis Twp. caller reported the theft of a WaveRunner;

Sept. 2: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a Biden sign stolen from his residence; A County 40 caller received a Social Security scam call.

Fires: Aug. 30: An Akeley caller reported a tree leaning against a power line on fire;

Aug. 31: A caller reported evidence of a fire at a boat access, including remains of large cardboard bales and pallets; A Todd Twp. caller reported a large fire behind the residence.

Medical: Aug. 28: An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a 61-year-old male who was choking;

Aug. 29: A non-emergency medical transport was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a resident who fell Aug. 28 and was having difficulty walking; An ambulance was requested on County 41 for a male who couldn’t get out of his chair; An ambulance was requested in Osage Twp. for an elderly male experiencing extreme back pain; An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a 79-year-old female having trouble breathing;

Aug. 31: An ambulance was requested for a resident of a Henrietta Twp. facility who fell and had a purple, swollen foot; An ambulance was requested in Lake George Twp. for a 73-year-old female having an adverse reaction to a cortisone shot, including blurred vision and swelling; An ambulance was requested on County 39 for a female in extreme pain;

Sept. 1: An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 87 for a male in adult day care who was throwing his body around, possibly having a seizure; A caller reported she could hear a female screaming for help;

Sept. 2: An ambulance was requested at a Nevis area detox facility for a 64-year-old male with high blood sugar who was struggling to stay awake; An ambulance was requested on 406th St. for a female whose arm was numb and who couldn’t move it.

Miscellaneous: Aug. 27: An electronic camera unit was vandalized at the Enbridge pipe yard on U.S. Hwy. 71; A Becida caller requested assistance locating her brother; An Arago Twp. caller reported a strange male came out of a wooded area and went through her yard, and caller said there is no road in the area from which he came; A caller requested deputy assistance retrieving his property from the County 16 location of a past incident; Officer assist was requested; There were two 911 hang-ups;

Aug. 28: A caller wanted help getting hold of the renter of a unit at caller’s storage facility in Henrietta Twp.; A caller who was supposed to drop off a load was unable to contact anyone at the location on U.S. Hwy. 2; A caller wanted assistance retrieving property from the protected person on a domestic abuse no-contact order on 470th St.; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller received a suspicious package in the mail from China; An Akeley caller requested advice about a male who comes home every weekend and turns up the bass on his radio so that it rattles caller’s windows, and who doesn’t listen when caller tries to speak with him; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller complained about an employer operating without workers’ comp; Personnel assisted a film crew at the Big Sandy Lake Access; Two resort checks were requested in Henrietta Twp.; A Lake Emma Twp. caller said his daughter was having an issue with a landlord who evicted her and was potentially prohibiting her from retrieving her property from the residence; A resort check was requested in Akeley Twp.; A caller at the Becker County line said her intoxicated boyfriend locked her out of the house and she had nowhere to go; A police walk-through was requested in Nevis; A State Hwy. 34 caller complained about the noise coming from the Firefly Event Barn; There was one 911 hang-up;

Aug. 29: A County 7 caller reported a gate was damaged at their residence; A County 40 caller had video of several people trespassing on his property a couple days ago; A caller wanted assistance retrieving property on U.S. Hwy. 71;An officer checked out an unoccupied vehicle; Personnel patrolled a Trump rally in Nevis Twp.; A County 9 caller said he and his wife got into an argument, and wife took their dog and left in a van; There were two 911 hang-ups;

Aug. 30: An officer did a business check in Nevis; A disturbance was reported in Nevis; A County 19 caller said a vehicle hit her mailbox; A resort check was requested in Clover Twp.; A resort check was requested on County 24; A resort check was requested in Clay Twp.; An Akeley Twp. caller reported a deer stand was cut down with a saw; A County 45 caller reported a small child playing near the road with no adults around; A Nevis Twp. caller was suspicious about an older Cadillac that drove up and down their road several times; A Park Rapids caller reported fireworks being set off between trailers; There were three 911 hang-ups;

Aug. 31: A County 95 caller reported a naked man running through the yard; Officer assist was requested at the Becker County line for a female who was scared and crying; A caller reported eight kids at a pier, smoking, throwing rocks and tipping picnic tables over;

Sept. 1: An officer checked out a van that was parked in an odd location; A 169th Ave. caller who was considering purchasing a trailer wanted to know if it was stolen; A caller requested assistance retrieving property from a previous residence on 470th St.; A 119th Ave. caller complained that a neighbor keeps revving his engine and scaring their cattle, and also scared caller’s children; A suspicious person was reported, moving west in an eastbound lane and wearing black;

Sept. 2: The respondent of an order for protection requested assistance retrieving property from the petitioner’s residence at the Becker County line; A 500th St. caller reported multiple mailboxes damaged and one missing on caller’s road; Officers provided ATV safety training; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported someone was at his neighbor’s place, claiming to be trying to count how many people were in the household when COVID-19 started, but caller thought he was just scoping the place out; A Nevis caller reported trespassing that occurred on Aug. 30; A suspicious person was reported; There was one 911 hang-up.

Traffic: Aug. 27: An Akeley caller complained about city maintenance personnel driving while talking on the phone; A 354th St. caller reported three ATVs tearing up the dirt road; A Chevy Impala with no plates was stopped; A caller reported a Chevy Silverado almost ran them off the roadway;

Aug. 28: A paddle boat washed up at a caller’s cabin in Nevis Twp.; Two boaters were warned for carrying no horn or whistle; A 175th Ave. caller reported a pickup ran her off the road;

Aug. 29: A State Hwy. 34 caller complained about an ATV driving through caller’s yard and the driver being verbally aggressive; An AIS inspector at the Long Lake north access reported a boater who refused to dump minnow water; An AIS inspector reported a bog had expanded to obstruct a public access; A Henrietta Twp. caller reported unsafe personal watercraft driving; A boater was warned for having no mirror or watchers while pulling; A boater was warned for carrying no throwable flotation aid; Four additional boat and water stops occurred; A Nevis Twp. caller reported a Chevy Truck followed by a four-wheeler or golf cart went through a bunch of mailboxes and hit caller’s husband’s truck; A caller reported a truck abandoned near the south entrance of Itasca State Park at about 8:30 p.m., possibly causing a traffic hazard, after the male driver went hiking earlier in the day;

Aug. 30: As an officer checked out a vehicle on the side of the road at 1:08 a.m., the male driver came out of the woods; A caller complained about a Toyota RAV4 swerving on the roadway; A Peterbilt semi with a trailer was reported swerving all over the road; A 110th St. caller said a Chevy Tahoe damaged the ditch;

Aug. 31: A Chevrolet with no plate was stopped; An officer helped a driver clear the roadway in Park Rapids after the vehicle lost a bunch of gravel; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller complained about excessive speed and the use of jake brakes in the area; An eastbound truck was reported swerving all over U.S. Hwy. 2;

Sept. 1: A County 81 caller said a vehicle pulled into her driveway, almost hit her dog, then took off at high speed; A MnDOT supervisor reported a reckless driver almost hit a worker; A Chevy pickup with a topper was reported weaving in the roadway and driving erratically;

Sept. 2: A County 13 caller complained about a gravel truck driving by caller’s residence at high speed; A Cadillac was reported crossing the center line and moving at varying speeds; A pickup was stopped while pulling a trailer with an obstructed license plate; A Dodge Caravan was reported swerving all over the road.