Accidents: Feb. 4: A squad car went off the road in Mantrap Twp.;
Feb. 5: A vehicle off the road was reported;
Feb. 6: A caller found an unoccupied vehicle in the ditch, still running, and caller shut it off and left the keys; An accident damaged a squad vehicle on 105th Ave.;
Feb. 7: A State Hwy. 87 caller reported a dog tied with no shelter;
Animal Related: Feb. 6: A Park Rapids area caller reported a dog walking along County 40 was favoring one of its paws and caller felt it should be checked out.
Assaults/Harassment: Feb. 4: A 315th Ave. caller reported a 13-year-old male yelling and causing issues;
Feb. 5: An Akeley caller wanted her boyfriend’s son removed from her home.
Burglaries/Theft: Feb. 4: A back door alarm was activated on County 37 and when contacted, the homeowner reported no one should be there;
Feb. 5: A dining room motion alarm was tripped in Lakeport Twp.; A Lakeport Twp. caller reported a scam;
Feb. 6: A panic alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.; A caller reported someone apparently tried to steal a propane tank, noting it was pulled to the wide of the road from a deer stand; A 220th St. caller reported a scam; A front door burglar alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.;
Feb. 7: A basement motion detector was tripped in Lake Emma Twp.; A main entry bar door and bar area motion alarms were activated in Nevis; A living room motion sensor was tripped in Farden Twp.
Fires: Feb. 6: A fire alarm was reported in Lakeport Twp.; A house fire was reported on 275th Ave.; A County 5 caller reported a house fire spreading toward trees, possibly a re-ignition of an earlier fire; A chimney fire was reported in Clover Twp. and everyone was evacuated;
Feb. 7: A fire alarm was activated on County 37.
Medical: Feb. 5: An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a male who believed he was having a heart attack;
Feb. 6: An ambulance was requested on 105th Ave. for a piece of machinery that fell through the ice with someone trapped inside; An ambulance was requested in Crow Wing Lake Twp. for a female with a history of heart issues having a hard time breathing;
Feb. 7: A lift assist was requested on 309th Ave.
Miscellaneous: Feb. 4: A County 11 caller reported that protesters at a work site were not letting workers in or out; A 129th Ave. caller had questions about something he received in the mail; An officer checked out an unoccupied vehicle; An out-of-county 911 misdial was transferred to Wadena County; A Mantrap Twp. caller reported seeing camera footage of a vehicle driving onto the property, someone getting out and walking around the side of the house, then the vehicle pulled up to the garage while the person was looking at the house, and when the vehicle left it was unknown whether the person got back in; A Farden Twp. caller reported a suspicious Chrysler/Dodge van driving up and down caller’s driveway, then up and down the road;
Feb. 5: A dropped phone dialed 911 by accident; A visitor to the Law Enforcement Center lobby complained about a former house sitter who was now coming and going and refusing to help with bills; A caller found a Stihl chainsaw; A 315th Ave. caller wanted to speak to a deputy about her grandson being disruptive; A caller wanted deputy assistance going to her ex’s girlfriend’s property in Farden Twp. to pick up her kids; An open-line 911 caller County 13 explained, upon callback, that she must have held her SOS button for too long, and when asked why she was holding it in the first place, she said “I don’t know”;
Feb. 6: A 911 misdial in Lakeport Twp. was reported as due to a child playing with the phone; A caller misdialed 911 and said they were having phone issues; A Todd Twp. caller reported hearing suspicious noises outside, then heard someone running away through the snow;
Feb. 7: A Park Rapids caller misdialed 911 while trying to program their phone.
Traffic: Feb. 4: A Dodge Durango with no plates was stopped;
Feb. 5: A Chevy Impala with no plates was stopped; An SUV with no plates was stopped;
Feb. 6: A Farden Twp. caller reported a male left driving intoxicated and they were fighting;
Feb. 7: A caller reported 4-5 traffic cones blocking both lanes of travel; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a Volkswagen sedan racing with a Honda SUV; A caller reported a Ford Escape tailgating him, then passing dangerously, speeding and weaving somewhat in its lane; A caller reported a vehicle driving too fast, then slow, then brake-checking the caller; A vehicle was reported abandoned with its rear end sticking out onto the road; A report of a possibly impaired driver in a Chevy, hitting the fog line multiple times, was transferred to Beltrami County.