Accidents: Sept. 7: A semi truck rolled over and spilled fuel;

Sept. 8: A Lake George caller reported a hit and run accident occurred on Sept. 4;

Sept. 10: A caller reported a pickup went off the road and into the trees, occupied by three teenage females who said they were all fine; A report of a vehicle rollover was transferred to Wadena County;

Sept. 11: A driver swerved to hit a deer and hit a propane tank, left the scene, then called while on his way back to the scene to make sure the tank was not leaking; A one-vehicle accident occurred when the driver lost control.

Animal Related: Sept. 3: A Chevy Silverado pulling a boat on a trailer hit a deer and was possibly undriveable, but there were no injuries; A County 42 caller reported three calves out on the roadway;

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Sept. 4: A Nevis Twp. caller reported a deer hit by a vehicle;

Sept. 5: A White Oak Twp. caller complained that cows were in his yard again; A County 38 caller said a dog barking at night has upset all of the neighbors;

Sept. 6: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a dead dog in a lane of travel; A caller found a black lab with a collar tagged as “Tuck,” and didn’t want to leave it; A County 81 caller reported possible animal abuse; A caller reported a deer needing to be dispatched; A caller reported horses in the roadway;

Sept. 7: A County 16 caller requested fire department assistance getting her cat down from a high tree; A wolf-lake canine was reported hit by a vehicle, presumed dead, lying in a lane of traffic; A caller reported hitting a couple of deer, and one of them needed to be dispatched; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a disturbance in which a daughter was sitting down the road, and her father got in her face and told her to leave and wouldn’t let the children leave with her;

Sept. 8: A deer was reported needing to be dispatched; A caller reported an alpaca was going back and forth across the road; A State Hwy. 34 caller reported a shepherd and a lab walked into his shop, and caller yelled at them and they left, going east;

Sept. 9: A squad vehicle hit a deer;

Sept. 10: A County 9 caller said someone hit a deer by her driveway and she wanted a possession tag; A Farden Twp. caller reported an animal seemed to be living in or under her father’s garage;

Sept. 11: A dead deer in the roadway was reported; A caller reported hitting a deer with the company truck on 170th St. and said the deer was dead in the roadway; A caller reported a black and white pig walking around the area; A Hubbard Twp. caller found one of her chickens shot in the head; A caller reported they hit a deer and their vehicle was disabled;

Sept. 12: A 317th Ave. caller said her heard gunshots yesterday, then saw an animal dead on the farm today with a bullet wound;

Sept. 13: A State Hwy. 64 caller reported some Angus cattle on the roadway; A caller reported an eagle hit by a vehicle was on the side of the road, possibly dead; An Akeley caller reported a white, husky-like dog was at the city campground, and caller tried calling the owners and checked their address but nobody was around; A County 4 caller reported a deer in the ditch, needing to be dispatched.

Assaults/Harassment: Sept. 3: A caller reported threats;

Sept. 4: An Akeley caller reported a violation of a harassment restraining order; A 129th Ave. caller reported his father was impaired and out of control, trying to fight caller, and caller was in his camper while father was either in the house or outside;

Sept. 5: A 152nd St. caller requested officer assistance for issues with caller’s in-laws; A Hubbard Twp. caller reported online threats and bullying toward her 11-year-old daughter; A County 14 caller reported his ex has been threatening to send people to beat him up, and a bunch of motorcycles just went past his residence;

Sept. 6: A County 14 caller reported threats; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller had questions about a violation of a domestic abuse no-contact order;

Sept. 7: A Todd Twp. caller reported people screaming at each other at nearby storage units; A County 7 caller reported someone threatening to meet staff in the parking lot and refusing to leave;

Sept. 8: A Straight River Twp. caller requested officer assistance to remove people from his home;

Sept. 9: A 152nd St. caller reported a violation of an order for protection via Facebook page;

Sept. 10: A caller requested advice about how to help her daughter, who was being harassed; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported harassment/stalking issues with her daughter-in-law’s mother; A Park Rapids caller reported a possible violation of an order for protection; A compliance check was requested on County 23;

Sept. 11: A caller reported being threatened by someone who approached while caller was pulled over on the side of the road;

Sept. 12: A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported physical domestic assault in progress, saying a female was able to lock herself inside her vehicle, but caller’s 13-month-old daughter and at least one other roommate were still in the residence; A County 48 caller said a male who is renting from them is threatening them because they are cutting down trees; A County 110 caller reported a physical domestic assault, in which a male hit caller in the face with a closed fist; A Farden Twp. caller reported a domestic dispute, saying he was outside the residence without a shirt and he wanted to get his things to leave, then caller hung up and when called back, hung up again;

Sept. 13: An Akeley caller reported a male was at their residence yelling at caller and her young son, and mentioned trying to retrieve a dog; A Laporte caller said she and her boyfriend were having a fight and he took her phone so she couldn’t leave.

Burglaries/Theft: Sept. 4: Back hall entry and administration area motion alarms were activated in Laporte; A garage motion alarm was activated in Schoolcraft Twp.; A back hallway entry alarm was activated in Laporte; A possible scam was reported on County 4; A County 39 caller said his door was compromised and it looked like someone was trying to break in;

Sept. 5: A County 49 caller reported a stolen Bobcat attachment; A 255th Ave. caller said her father died and people were at the property removing things; An Akeley caller said someone pulled her survey stakes; Music hall, north administration and south administration motion alarms were activated in Laporte; A 299th Ave. caller reported a possible scam in which Microsoft contacted her, saying her computer had been compromised; A County 13 caller reported the theft of an ATV; Motion alarms were activated on a front porch and the side of a house facing the river on State Hwy. 200; A workshop door alarm was tripped in Lake Emma Twp. and keyholder was 25 minutes’ drive away; A 275th Ave. caller reported an attempted theft of a sign;

Sept. 6: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a business was broken into during the night; A County 91 caller reported a possible scam; A County 3 caller reported the theft of a tool box, snow plow and more; A back door alarm was tripped in Hubbard Twp.; A trailer was reported missing from a yard sale;

Sept. 7: A 139th Ave. caller reported a possible scam, saying she got a call saying that she won a car and some money and checking whether she would be at home for them to deliver the car; A side door burglar alarm was activated in Akeley; A political sign was reported stolen in Crow Wing Lake Twp.; A Nevis caller reported a Trump sign stolen from their yard as well as neighbors’ signs; A Nevis caller said the flag on his fence was cut off and taken during the night, for the second time; A State Hwy. 226 caller said his political signs were stolen during the night and some were vandalized;

Sept. 8: A residential burglar alarm was activated in Hubbard Twp.; A Todd Twp. caller reported the theft of a political sign; A Lake George caller reported a $42.53 gas drive-off in a Chevy pickup with Arizona tags, westbound on U.S. Hwy. 71;

Sept. 9: A 279th Ave. caller had concerns about a scam and his social security number; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller said his father came to his residence and took his daughter’s ATV; A Farden Twp. caller said someone broke into her daughter’s truck while she was home alone;

Sept. 10: A burglar alarm was motion-activated on County 91; A County 37 caller reported the theft of political signs;

Sept. 11: A caller reported a camera bag was taken from their car parked on the road on July 25 while they were staying at Brookside Resort;

Sept. 13: A bar’s main entry door and bar area motion alarms were activated in Nevis; A County 19 caller reported a male keeps coming into their yard and stealing parts out of their car.

Fires: Sept. 4: A Nevis Twp. property owner who was out of town said her neighbor called and asked if they were having a camp fire, and caller wanted an officer to check on the place;

Sept. 10: A Hubbard caller reported all the fire and smoke alarms in the house were going off but they couldn’t find any smoke or fire; A County 16 caller reported a kerosene-like smell in their basement, where the furnace uses propane, and caller said the smell started when they plugged in an electric sauna;

Sept. 11: A Hubbard Twp. caller reported seeing a large fire that appeared to be a structure fire across Big Stony Lake; A 170th St. caller reported a neighbor had a brush fire for the last three days and caller wanted to know if he had a permit;

Sept. 13: A residential fire alarm was activated in Mantrap Twp.

Medical: Sept. 3: An ambulance was requested in Hart Lake Twp. for a 74-year-old who fell in the garage and injured their hip; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for someone having chest pain even after three doses of nitroglycerin;

Sept. 4: An ambulance was requested on County 33 for a male having chest pains; An ambulance was requested on County 4 for a female with leg swelling and blood clots in her lungs and legs;

Sept. 5: An ambulance was requested on 285th Ave. for a male experiencing shortness of breath, sweating and chest pains; An ambulance was requested on County 33 for a 76-year-old female having chest pains; An ambulance was requested for a female on a trail whose four-wheeler tipped over and hurt her hip;

Sept. 7: An ambulance was requested in Mantrap Twp. for a 65-year-old female possibly having a stroke;

Sept. 8: An ambulance was requested on 270th St. for a 73-year-old female feeling dizzy; An ambulance was requested for a passenger in an eastbound Ford F-150 who passed out, then came to and threw up outside the truck;

Sept. 9: An ambulance was requested on 393rd St. for an elderly female who fell and could not get up, possibly having seizures; An ambulance was requested in Schoolcraft Twp. for an 84-year-old male with memory issues who refused to get up off the floor; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a female who couldn’t move or get up, possibly due to arthritis; Ambulance personnel requested help with a lift assist in Ponsford; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 64 for a male who collapsed on the concrete; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a 96-year-old female possibly having a stroke; An ambulance was requested in Hubbard Twp. for an unconscious male with a history of diabetes;

Sept. 10: An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. for a diabetic with increased blood sugar who had been throwing up since Sept. 8; An ambulance was requested on County 23 for a 62-year-old, diabetic female feeling very weak;

Sept. 11: A lift assist was requested for a 75-year-old female on 393rd St.; An ambulance was requested on 398th St. for a caller who fell, was bleeding from the head and possibly broke a wrist and a finger;

Sept. 12: An ambulance was requested on 299th Ave. for an elderly female possibly having a stroke; An out-of-county ambulance request regarding chest pains was transferred to Cass County;

Sept. 13: An ambulance was requested on County 80 for an elderly male who fell, may have been down for a while, and was feeling pain in his extremities; An ambulance was requested in Nevis for someone with low blood sugar, described as confused and weak; An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for an elderly male who fell and whose left hand was bleeding; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a female with high blood sugar; An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a male, possibly deceased.

Miscellaneous: Sept. 3: A business check was requested in Nevis; A caller wanted officer assistance getting property at the Becker County line; An officer checked out an abandoned vehicle; A 130th St. caller said his truck was vandalized while he was gone; A County 81 caller said a renter came back and took his items past the time he was allowed to do so, and also tore apart her furnace; An Akeley Twp. caller reported a plumber showed up at a new building site and found someone had damaged the site and filled all the lines with concrete; A 382nd St. caller requested an officer to patrol the area during Labor Day weekend to prevent further vandalism; There was one 911 hang-up;

Sept. 4: A caller requested officer assistance getting his property back on U.S. Hwy. 71; A census worker wanted to speak to an officer about a situation at a trailer house he was just at on 165th St.; A Farden Twp. caller reported a garage was vandalized during the night; A business check was requested on County 89; Resort checks were requested in Nevis, Clay, Farden and Mantrap townships; A 229th Ave. caller reported the neighbors were shooting all day, and caller was tired of the noise and wanted advice; There were two 911 hang-ups;

Sept. 5: A County 7 caller reported a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act; A Lake Belle Taine caller reported a van had been on the island for five and a half hours; An Akeley caller reported people in a Chevy Tahoe and a Jeep were shooting in the sand pits, possibly using an AR-15 as well as explosives; Officers patrolled a movie event; A 229th Ave. caller reported excessive gunfire in his neighborhood; A Laporte caller described a suspicious male seen standing by a light post two nights in a row and wanted a deputy to check it out; There was one 911 hang-up;

Sept. 6: A 119th Ave. caller reported a vehicle parked on private property and trespassing; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported hearing loud pops in the middle of the night, and finding burn marks on her driveway in the morning; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported three kids tearing up the greens on his golf course; Officer assist was requested in Lakeport Twp.; A caller heard gunshots coming from the area of a gravel pit; There were two 911 hang-ups;

Sept. 7: A County 4 caller reported a mailbox was damaged during the night; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller complained about a trailer parked in his driveway, blocking the road in and out of his residence; A Todd Twp. caller reported a neighbor dumped his woodpile on caller’s property; There was one 911 hang-up;

Sept. 8: An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle; A caller reported damage to a headstone; A business check was requested in Nevis; A school walk-through was requested in Nevis; A wallet was found; There were two 911 hang-ups;

Sept. 9: A business check was requested in Nevis; A school walk-through was requested in Nevis; A 354th St. caller complained about someone throwing garbage out of an Oldsmobile by caller’s driveway; A caller reported finding burned couches and tires again at a public access;

Sept. 10: A County 36 caller said he paid someone to hunt bear on his property and now he can’t get hold of him; A caller requested officer assistance picking up property on U.S. Hwy. 71; A school walk-through was requested in Nevis; A 119th Ave. caller reported vandalism of political signs;

Sept. 11: A Nevis caller requested information about why employees and customers were not wearing masks last night; A squad car was damaged; A business check was requested in Nevis; A White Oak Twp. caller asked whether it is safe for caller’s grandkids to dig in the rubble of a burned-out truck in the ditch by their property; A census worker in Crow Wing Lake Twp. was suspicious about an address where the door was open and she called out, but no one was home and there were no vehicles;

Sept. 12: A lobby visitor wanted to speak to a deputy about his renter, who might cause problems while he was out there cutting down trees; A State Hwy. 34 caller requested officer assistance getting property from a storage unit that his ex-girlfriend owns; A 110th St. caller was concerned about neighbors drinking and shooting;

Sept. 13: A caller requested officer assistance getting items out of a storage unit; A caller requested a call from an officer, saying she was going to pick up her son on 450th St.; A Nevis caller reported hearing gunshots around her house; A County 91 caller complained about a neighbor making a road through caller’s property.

Traffic: Sept. 3: A Razer was reported swerving from ditch to ditch across U.S. Hwy. 71, less than a mile south of Park Rapids; A Ford Mustang was reported swerving all over the road; Ambulance personnel reported they were running code to the airport when a vehicle didn’t pull over for them, passed them while another vehicle was coming and almost sideswiped them; A caller complained about kids flying up and down the road all the time, driving too fast; A tree was reported blocking a lane of travel; Motorist assist was requested;

Sept. 4: A caller reported a Volvo tractor trailer driving too close; A caller complained about boats going too fast in no-wake areas; A Nissan Altima and a Jeep towing a boat were reported swerving all over the road, almost hitting someone head-on and almost going in the ditch; Two boaters were warned for showing no lights after sunset; A boater was warned for carrying no throwable flotation aid;

Sept. 5: A Buick Century with no plates was stopped; A boater was warned for carrying no horn or whistle; A boater was warned for traveling too close to watercraft at high speeds; A boater was warned for carrying no registration and no life jackets; A boater was warned for carrying no horn; A boater was warned for carrying no throwable; A truck with repair shop signs on it was reported speeding eastbound on State Hwy. 34; A County 40 caller reported a convoy of pontoons whose occupants were loud, drinking, harassing personal watercraft, anchored at the resort shore near the river; A boater was warned for carrying no horn or whistle;

Sept. 6: An Akeley area caller reported two ATVs driving on County 25, then in the ditch on State Hwy. 34, and caller said she would follow them until an officer arrived; Two boat and water issues were reported; An officer gave a stranded canoeist a ride home; A caller complained about people using County 39 as a raceway, speeding and passing when they shouldn’t; Four or five four-wheelers were reported doing donuts and tearing up roadways;

Sept. 7: An officer checked on a semi that was pulled over; A caller reported a ladder in a lane of travel; Wadena County passed on a complaint about a vehicle swerving all over the road;

Sept. 8: An RV was reported traveling with its slider out; A Honda Pilot was reported swerving all over the road, from line to line; A Paul Bunyan State Forest caller wanted to know if you have to have headlights on while ATVing on a state trail; A caller reported an SUV swerving all over the roadway;

Sept. 9: A motorist out of gas requested assistance on County 18; Motorist assist was requested for a hatchback off the side of the road with its hazard lights on;

Sept. 10: Motorist assist was requested for a Ford Escape driver described as “very emotional” who had been sitting without gas for four hours; A caller reported a Kia traveling at high speed; Motorist assist was requested; A caller reported seeing at least 15 ATVs driving on the road; A 450th St. caller reported a car pulled over in a “bad spot” over a hill, barely off the road and with no hazard lights on;

Sept. 11: A motorist requested help when her vehicle ran out of gas and she didn’t have a gas can; A driving complaint was reported; A boat and water stop was reported; A boater was warned for carrying no horn or whistle; An ATV operator was cited for operating where prohibited; An SUV was reported swerving all over the road and passing unsafely; A road rage incident was reported; A Long Lake boater was warned for carrying no throwable flotation aid; A driver was reported speeding up, slowing down, driving erratically and swerving;

Sept. 12: A County 1 caller reported a four-door Honda Accord with a loud muffler, speeding and driving erratically up and down the road; Two ATV operators were warned for not having a trail pass; Three boaters were warned for not carrying a horn or whistle; Three ATV operators were warned for showing no headlights; A boater was stopped; A boater was warned for carrying no throwable flotation device;

Sept. 13: A boater was warned for carrying no throwable flotation device; A slow, swerving vehicle was reported; A boater was warned for carrying no life jackets; Two cars were reported speeding, honking at each other and making sharp turns; A boater reported a buoy broke loose near the shore; An SUV, possibly a Chevrolet, was reported speeding and swerving; A utility van was reported swerving.