Animal Related: Oct. 12: A caller reported hitting a deer during the night and said it was still alive, and he would like to have it; A caller reported hitting a deer, and caller was uninjured but deer was in the ditch, needing to be dispatched;

Oct. 14: A caller reported hitting a fox and said it needed to be dispatched.

Assaults/Harassment: Oct. 12: A Laporte caller reported a verbal domestic issue between her brother and his girlfriend; A Park Rapids caller reported hearing a domestic incident occurring in the hallway; A 354th St. caller reported her husband verbally threatened her; Beltrami reported a text-to-911 about a physical domestic issue in Nevis; A Mantrap Twp. caller reported his girlfriend’s son attacked him again;

Oct. 13: A third-party caller reported a domestic incident in Straight River Twp.; An Akeley caller reported being harassed by someone who was parked in her area and was now across the street facing her vehicle; A caller reported a male was assaulted, shoved out of a moving vehicle and dragged down the highway;

Oct. 14: A Cass Lake area caller reported a verbal argument, then said she wanted to cancel the report.

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Burglaries/Theft: Oct. 12: A garage overhead door alarm was activated in Park Rapids; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller in the Park Rapids area reported the theft of a political sign; A County 4 caller reported stolen tabs; A Straight River Twp. reported a burglary;

Oct. 13: An Akeley caller reported a $49.80 gas drive-off; Multiple burglar alarms were activated in Lake Emma Twp.; A County 7 caller reported his Biden signs were stolen; A caller reported a suspected thief riding a mountain bike on U.S. Hwy. 2;

Oct. 14: A motion alarm was activated on County 91; A Straight River Twp. caller reported fraud; A State Hwy. 34 caller reported the theft of a sign sometime since Oct. 10; A 390th St. caller reported a neighbor’s cabin was broken into, and call was passed on to Wadena County.

Fires: Oct. 13: A County 33 caller reported leaves on fire in a trailer court;

Oct. 14: A rural Menahga caller reported their carbon monoxide alarm was going off, and caller was transferred to Wadena County.

Medical: Oct. 12: An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for an elderly female whose heart was racing and arms were tingling; An ambulance was requested in Lake George for an elderly male who was feeling weak and confused; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a 40-year-old female who collapsed;

Oct. 13: An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for an 18-year-old female who was down; An ambulance was requested in White Oak Twp. for an 86-year-old, and personnel were advised to use personal protective equipment; An ambulance was requested in Steamboat River Twp. for a male who cut his arm with a chainsaw; An ambulance was called for a child who fell in the water, and caller reported he was having trouble getting him back to shore; An ambulance was requested on County 38 for a 29-year-old male who passed out, injured his head, and was having chest pains, shaking and feeling warm;

Oct. 14: An ambulance was requested on County 89 for a female with low blood sugar.

Miscellaneous: Oct. 12: A caller wanted an officer to retrieve her property from her ex-boyfriend’s residence in Laporte; A County 25 caller wanted to set up a meeting to help explain to a resident that he shouldn’t call 911 for non-emergency reasons and that penalties may be levied if he continues to do so; Beltrami County reported arresting someone with an outstanding warrant in Hubbard County; A County 1 caller said she accidentally hit a mailbox, and she knocked on the owner’s door and left a note; A County 25 caller complained about his pain and the group home he lives in;

Oct. 13: A 275th Ave. caller wanted to speak to a deputy about helicopter drones; A male was reported possibly passed out in a car on the side of the highway; A County 12 caller found a stereo CD player down the sand pit road; An officer did a business check in Nevis;

Oct. 14: A Park Rapids business reported a Saturn had been in the parking lot since about 1:30 a.m. and almost two hours later, the male driver never came into the store and appeared slumped over; A caller with a language barrier requested help getting hold of her son or grandson on 190th St.; A phone case/wallet was found; A County 7 caller said a lock was cut off a storage unit during the past two weeks but nothing was taken; Pine Manor reported that a voluntary guest on the property was impaired and refused to leave, but wanted to leave; A business check was requested in Nevis.

Traffic: Oct. 12: A wrong-way driver was reported approaching the Hubbard-Beltrami county line on U.S. Hwy. 2, traveling east in the westbound lane; A caller reported a truck pulling a trailer with items blowing out of the trailer, including a plastic tote that caller hit;

Oct. 14: A 180th St. caller complained about a UPS truck speeding by caller’s residence; A caller reported two males in a Chevy Suburban ran a red light and forced caller off the road; A Hummer with an older male driver was reported running people off the road, tailgating and forcing drivers to pull over.