Accidents: Oct. 16: Life 360, a phone app that goes off if it detects enough force, reported a possible crash on State Hwy. 87;

Oct. 17: A caller reported going off the road into the ditch, hitting a tree and a curve sign, but caller was uninjured and the truck was drivable;

Oct. 18: A deer in the middle of the road was reported.

Animal Related: Oct. 15: A County 45 caller reported a deer suffering in the middle of the road, needing to be dispatched; A caller reported possible horse neglect; After hitting a deer, a vehicle’s condition was described as “pretty rough” and the deer was in the ditch, possibly needing to be dispatched;

Oct. 16: A Nevis caller reported a deer needing to be dispatched; A caller reported hitting a deer; A Nevis caller complained about neighbors’ dogs barking all night;

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Oct. 17: An Akeley caller reported a dog missing since last night, described as a female Chiweenie with a bad back leg, no tags but chipped and wearing a diaper; An Akeley caller complained about a dog that keeps howling and barking;

Oct. 18: A caller requested a permit after a car hit a deer.

Assaults/Harassment: Oct. 16: A County 39 caller reported his significant other sent him messages about being on the property while she was not there, and noted there is a no-contact order between them; An Akeley caller reported a male pushed another person; A 354th St. caller reported being threatened by their soon-to-be ex-husband on Oct. 12 and again on Oct. 15 when the couple met to try to work on their marriage, and caller wanted to get a restraining order against him;

Oct. 17: A Farden Twp. caller reported his sister was attacking him with a knife; A 139th Ave. caller reported she had a harassment restraining order hearing but it was dismissed, and now the male was driving past her house.

Burglaries/Theft: Oct. 15: A County 7 caller reported a lot of Social Security information was rifled through when a storage unit was broken into; A County 7 caller reported a lock broken and items stolen at a storage shed he rents;

Oct. 16: A basement motion alarm was tripped in Lake Emma Twp. and alarm company was unable to reach the premises; A motion alarm was tripped on County 91 and alarm company could not reach the premises or keyholders; A County 39 caller reported a Polaris side-by-side stolen; A Hubbard Twp. caller reported a phone scam trying to get her to post bail money; An out-of-county caller reported a break-in and was transferred to Cass County;

Oct. 17: A Nevis Twp. caller reported they sent money to a company to consolidate student loans and caller now thought it was a scam; A kitchen door alarm was activated in Nevis Twp. and alarm company reported proper ID to cancel the alarm was not entered on the panel; A front door alarm was tripped on State Hwy. 200 but homeowner canceled it through their security company;

Oct. 18: A burglar alarm was activated on County 91.

Fires: Oct. 15: A fire alarm was activated on County 4;

Oct. 16: A State Hwy. 34 caller in the Park Rapids area reported the smell of propane and rotten eggs;

Oct. 17: A Lake Emma caller said that if the alarm company reports a fire alarm, everything was OK and that a log stuck in the chimney had fallen into the fireplace; An alarm company reported a residential fire alarm in Arago Twp.;

Oct. 18: A home was evacuated and an ambulance was requested for a possible carbon monoxide issue; A monitoring company called in a residential carbon monoxide alarm in White Oak Twp.

Medical: Oct. 15: A medical alarm was activated on County 16 due to a cut foot that wouldn’t stop bleeding; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a male possibly having a stroke;

Oct. 16: An out-of-county request for an ambulance was transferred to Beltrami County; An ambulance was requested in Mantrap Twp. for an 81-year-old male who passed out and came to; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 34 for someone who couldn’t stand, had fallen earlier and was pale, weak and having trouble breathing; An ambulance request for a 73-year-old male was transferred to Beltrami County;

Oct. 17: An ambulance was requested in an SUV pulled over with its hazard lights on for a male having back pain; An ambulance was requested on County 9 for a possible overdose; An ambulance was requested on 150th St. for a male who fell;

Oct. 18: An ambulance was requested for a Farden Twp. caller who suspected he had COVID-19 because his son tested positive, and caller complained of bad headache, difficulty breathing and chest pain; An ambulance was requested on County 18 for an elderly male who collapsed at the table; An ambulance was requested in Helga Twp. for a 62-year-old female with a possibly broken leg.

Miscellaneous: Oct. 15: A Schoolcraft Twp. caller wanted to know if youth rifle hunting was open; A Mantrap Twp. caller said she put rocks in her driveway and her neighbor moved them; A 180th St. caller said a friend to whom she gave a vehicle two years ago had not yet transferred the title and the DMV hadn’t done anything about it; A County 38 caller wanted to speak with an officer about his wife taking a large amount of money out of their joint account; A County 39 caller reported his soon-to-be ex-wife changed the locks and he was never given a set of keys, and there is no court order saying he can’t be there; A Laporte caller was suspicious about an SUV traveling toward the high school, pulling into driveways and sitting for a while;

Oct. 16: A Hubbard Twp. caller reported a political statement sign was razor-bladed and torn down; A County 13 caller was suspicious about two adult males who came onto the property;

Oct. 17: A 275th Ave. caller who has a limited drivers license wanted to know if he can drive to get his mother’s medicine; A suspicious vehicle was reported; Officer assist was requested regarding an issue that happened in Otter Tail County;

Oct. 18: A Park Rapids caller had questions about shooting firearms; A Farden Twp. caller reported a Chevy Suburban parked on the shoulder of the road with someone on the passenger side apparently slumped over the center console; A 167th Ave. caller reported their son found a mountain bike behind Pizza Ranch; An Akeley caller complained about her neighbor driving a snowmobile on her property.

Traffic: Oct. 16: A caller reported a dump truck losing a lot of cardboard;

Oct. 17: A Park Rapids caller said she couldn’t leave her house because construction trucks were blocking her in; A County 11 caller reported a small car speeding; A caller attempting to change a flat tire requested assistance; A motorist assist was requested; Another motorist assist was requested;

Oct. 18: A BMW with obstructed plates was stopped.