Accidents: Feb. 8: An officer responded to a vehicle accident; An officer checked out a vehicle in the ditch;

Feb. 9: A PT Cruiser reportedly went into a ditch;

Feb. 11: A two-vehicle head-on collision was reported; An occupied van in the ditch was reported;

Feb. 14: An officer assisted with a vehicle off the road;

Feb. 15: A semi rolled on its side.

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Animal Related: Feb. 9: A caller reported a deer was hit by a vehicle and needed to be dispatched;

Feb. 10: A caller who hit a deer reported the car was totaled, but caller was fine.

Assaults/Harassment: Feb. 8: A Farden Twp. caller reported a verbal domestic issue; A 315th Ave. caller reported their grandson pushed their granddaughter, threw things and knocked things to the floor;

Feb. 12: A Lakeport Twp. caller reported receiving a threatening phone call from a former employee;

Feb. 13: A Park Rapids caller reported a violation of an order for protection; A County 93 caller reported harassment by her ex-husband;

Feb. 14: An Akeley caller reported receiving threats via Facebook.

Burglaries/Theft: Feb. 8: A front door alarm was activated in Akeley;

Feb. 9: A 346th St. caller was concerned about a possible scam voicemail;

Feb. 10: A general alarm was activated in Nevis; A Lake Alice Twp. caller reported identity theft, saying his unemployment was changed from a card to direct deposit;

Feb. 11: A caller at the Wadena County line reported being scammed out of a firearm and fishing equipment; An Akeley caller reported a vehicle occupied by four females drove off without paying for $21.68 in fuel, eastbound on State Hwy. 34; A County 18 caller reported forged checks;

Feb. 12: Dorset Corner Liquor reported the theft on Feb. 11 of a Crown Royal apple whiskey, valued at $30;

Feb. 13: A County 39 caller reported her jacket and car keys were stolen from her residence; A Nevis caller received a fine in the mail for parking during a snow emergency and caller wasn’t sure it was legitimate; A Long Lake caller reported the theft of an Eskimo ice house within the past couple days;

Feb. 14: A Farden Twp. caller reported possible breaking and entering at his residence;

Feb. 15: A pole shed door alarm was activated in Lake Hattie Twp.; A State Hwy. 34 caller reported the theft of a riding lawn mower and perhaps other things; A dining room motion alarm was activated on County 7.

Fires: Feb. 10: A 110th St. caller reported a chimney fire;

Feb. 11: A caller reported a hay wagon on fire on the side of the roadway;

Feb. 14: A Henrietta Twp. caller reported her chicken coop was on fire;

Feb. 15: A County 9 caller reported a house on fire; A general fire alarm was activated in Nevis.

Medical: Feb. 8: An ambulance was requested on 309th Ave. for a 70-year-old male who fell and couldn’t get up; An ambulance was requested in Hubbard Twp. for a 93-year-old male having chest pains; An ambulance was requested on County 9 for a 33-year-old male having a seizure;

Feb. 9: An alarm company requested a lift assist on 193rd Ave.; A lift assist was requested in Akeley for an elderly female;

Feb. 10: An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for an elderly female who couldn’t walk, though she was conscious and alert;

Feb. 11: An ambulance was requested in Lakeport Twp. for a 67-year-old female who had stopped breathing, but was now breathing and alert; An ambulance was requested on County 29 for a male who was clammy and not breathing well;

Feb. 12: An ambulance was requested at the pipeline construction site for a male who was having chest pains, light-headed and pale; An ambulance was requested in Arago Twp. for a 35-year-old female who had a shoulder injury; An ambulance was requested in Schoolcraft Twp. for a husband who vomited blood and lost consciousness;

Feb. 13: An ambulance was requested on County 9 for a 33-year-old male having seizures;

Feb. 15: An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for a male who smashed his hand between a bucket lift and a power supply; A lift assist was requested for a male in Farden Twp.

Miscellaneous: Feb. 8: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported his ex was not meeting with him to exchange custody of their children; A County 33 caller complained about neighbors playing music excessively loud during the night; Probation personnel brought a male who tested positive for intoxicants to the Law Enforcement Center; A school walk-through was requested in Nevis; A 122nd St. caller was suspicious about a dark compact car driving up and down the road, parking in multiple places and shutting off its lights;

Feb. 9: A caller said she was followed at 3:30 a.m. the previous morning by a suspicious vehicle; An officer checked for a suspicious vehicle; An Akeley caller said she couldn’t put gas in her vehicle, could no longer take her card out of the pump, and the store clerk refused to help her due to the cold;

Feb. 10: An officer took photos of snow cover for snow melt and spring flood models; A Clover Twp. caller had questions about renewing his vehicle license; A caller had a “weird feeling” about a four-door sedan parked on the side of the road with one male occupant; A County 39 caller requested officer assistance on a civil property dispute; A business check was requested in Nevis;

Feb. 11: A 911 hang-up caller in Farden Twp. did not answer when called back; A caller requested officer assistance regarding a shipping box on a corner with labels and straps on it, that had been there overnight; Officers patrolled a sporting event in Nevis; An ambulance was requested on County 23 for someone who received a stint the previous week and whose chest pain came back after taking nitro; A County 9 caller reported someone in a westbound truck shooting a gun at a car that turned north on 279th Ave.; A Nevis caller reported a suspicious vehicle;

Feb. 12: A caller was suspicious about a vehicle parked nearby with its lights on since 5 p.m., and caller was concerned someone was snooping near machinery and fell and hurt themselves; A Henrietta Twp. caller misdialed 911 by hitting the wrong button when his alarm went off; A 911 hang-up caller did not answer when called back; A Straight River Twp. caller misdialed 911;

Feb. 13: An Akeley caller reported her heating furnace was not working; A County 36 caller misdialed 911 and explained he was having issues with his phone; A Helga Twp. caller reported a voter violation; A White Oak Twp. caller complained about her ex putting her vehicle in his name and wanted him removed from her residence; A business check was requested in Nevis;

Feb. 14: An officer found a battery charger on the side of State Hwy. 34; A 470th St. caller reported her brother was having child custody issues; An Akeley caller reported her daughter didn’t want to visit her father the following day;

Feb. 15: A County 11 caller reported they heard a vehicle stop, then two gunshots, then the vehicle continuing south; A County 81 reported a squatter on her property; A White Oak Twp. caller reported that people kicked him out and were refusing to give him his belongings or tools; A 190th St. caller wanted two females removed; A 470th St. caller was suspicious about tracks leading onto his neighbor’s property; Officer assist was requested on County 16; A 129th Ave. caller reported occupants of a Ford F-250 with “Leading Edge” on the rear and a pipe rack were shooting from the roadway.

Traffic: Feb. 8: An abandoned vehicle was reported partly obstructing a lane of traffic; A Hubbard County transfer station employee’s vehicle reportedly broke down on the side of the roadway and caller wanted an officer to check on him; A caller with an event permit for ice races on 11th Crow Wing Lake wanted to speak with an officer about verifying the required ice depth; Motorist assist was requested for a Pontiac Grand Am that ran out of gas;

Feb. 10: A caller reported that a pickup with a cage on the back dropped a large ice chunk that broke caller’s windshield, and truck drove on; A Hyundai Santa Fe with a flat tire was reported pulled over in a bypass lane; An officer assisted a motorist;

Feb. 11: A Chevy Cruze with a taillight out was reported driving 45 in a 60 mph zone, riding the white line and moving jerkily; An officer checked out a vehicle that was blocking County 33; An officer checked out a vehicle stopped on the side of the road with flashers on; A vehicle was reported swerving all over the roadway; A Chevy with an obstructed plate was stopped; A Chevy Monte Carlo with no plates was stopped; A Ford truck pulling a trailer was stopped;

Feb. 12: An officer checked out a vehicle that stopped off the road, partly in a driveway; A passerby reported a vehicle off the roadway with its lights on; An officer checked out an abandoned vehicle on the side of the road;

Feb. 13: A State Hwy. 34 caller in the Nevis area reported a Chevy Impala flashing its lights at passing vehicles, and caller was concerned for the driver’s safety due to the cold; A Pontiac Grand Am was reported on the side of the road, somewhat in the lane of traffic, flashing its lights at everyone going by;

Feb. 14: An officer found an unoccupied vehicle in the ditch; An officer checked out an unoccupied vehicle;

Feb. 15: Motorist assist was requested; A small car was reported broken down on the side of the road.