Animal Related: March 18: Someone found a light brown lab with no collar;
March 20: A Nevis Twp. caller reported she was missing four horses.
Assaults/Harassment: March 18: A County 39 caller reported being harassed by a female via text message;
March 19: A Hendrickson Twp. caller said her ex was harassing her, pretending to be Kid Rock so she would talk to him; An Akeley caller reported that someone with whom caller has a no-contact order drove by caller’s house after seeing caller outside;
March 20: A County 19 caller wanted to speak to a deputy about a harassment restraining order that she said was sent to the sheriff’s office before 5 p.m. on March 19; A 410th St. caller said when she walks her dog, another dog always tries to attack it and she has almost been bitten more than once; An Akeley caller reported a female’s behavior was unstable and caller didn’t feel safe; A Farden Twp. caller wanted to know if there is a protection order between her and her ex, and said he had been messaging her all day; In an open-line 911 call from a female in Farden Twp., dispatch could hear muffled talking and something about “let go of my hair.”
Burglaries/Theft: March 18: A County 39 caller reported a motion-activated camera by their garage went off, and the footage on caller’s phone showed someone running at the garage door; A kitchen patio door alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.;
March 19: A floor sensor alarm was activated in Crow Wing Lake Twp.; A Lakeport Twp. caller reported a possible scam;
March 20: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller near Bemidji reported someone tried to steal a catalytic converter off one of his vehicles; A device owned by Moorhead Public Schools was reported stolen in Farden Twp.; A 346th St. caller reported someone keeps breaking into her Facebook account;
March 21: A Lake George caller reported a $72.11 gas drive-off by a Chevy extended-cab pickup pulling a side-by-side on a trailer.
Fires: March 20: A County 19 caller reported a fire in progress during a burning ban, and caller said their house was filled with the smell of smoke; A caller reported a car, trees and grass were on fire and the wind was picking up.
Medical: March 19: An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 in the Park Rapids area for a female who was vomiting and shaking so badly that she couldn’t sit on the couch; Becker County dispatch requested Hubbard First Response for a female who was feeling weak and had a low pulse after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine;
March 20: An ambulance was requested on 175th Ave. for a female found on the floor with a baseball-sized bruise on her leg;
March 21: An ambulance was requested on County 31 for a female with a history of heart issues having chest pains; An ambulance was requested in Straight River Twp. for an elderly female whose pulse was weak and irregular; An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 near Park Rapids for a female possibly having a stroke.
Miscellaneous: March 18: A Park Rapids caller accidentally dialed 911; Someone reported a lost LG Rebel 4 phone; A business check was requested in Nevis; A 200th St. caller reported someone towed a vehicle out of the owner’s yard;
March 19: A Hubbard Twp. caller reported a vehicle parked on the side of a road and found it strange that anyone was there, but while caller was on the line someone came off a small trail walking a dog and caller said everything was fine; Officer assistance was requested to remove “no trespassing” signs that were illegally posted; A Lake George caller reported issues with a vehicle he had sold; A State Hwy. 34 caller said his mailbox was damaged while he was at work; A Schoolcraft Twp. caller reported a strange truck went down to the boat landing, then stopped at the neighbor’s residence; A 162nd St. caller reported a suspicious person sitting by their property for the last hour and wanted them removed or spoken with; A caller reported hearing five or six gunshots;
March 20: A caller reported loud vehicles going up and down the road from 9 p.m. to 12:45 a.m. and now one was idling; An anonymous Nevis Twp. caller reported a juvenile party with minors consuming; An officer stopped a suspicious person walking behind Thielen Motors in Park Rapids; A caller reported that he was on a walk with his dog when the dog came out of the woods with a purse; A Nevis Twp. caller reported his daughter was a little out of control and caller wanted someone to come over and talk with her; A 139th Ave. caller reported someone cleaning out their barn and dumping manure near the river; A male in an SUV, possibly with a front dealer plate and no rear plate, was reported parked at the pipeline taking pictures, then leaving when a worker approached; An Arago Twp. caller reported a child custody issue; A 911 hang-up caller, when called back, said it was a misdial and there was no emergency; A Helga Twp. caller reported a Chevy or GMC pickup went into the ditch while coming out of the driveway of neighbors who weren’t at home, and it made it out of the ditch but caller wanted it checked out;
March 21: A Farden Twp. caller who would not give his name said he couldn’t get into his home and that unknown people were there; An Arago Twp. caller misdialed 911; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller in the Park Rapids area wanted to speak to a deputy about a situation with the mother of caller’s child; A Farden Twp. caller reported two people trespassing; A Laporte caller requested a deputy to be present when she picks up property at her ex-boyfriend’s residence because she was concerned about how he would react.
Traffic: March 18: A Dodge Caravan and a Chevy Traverse with intoxicated female drivers were stopped;
March 19: A caller had questions about ATV operation; A caller reported trucks parked on a road posted with “no parking” signs, preventing a grader from grading the road;
March 20: A caller reported a portable fish house on the roadway; A caller reported a Subaru passed them unsafely at the Dorset corner and almost hit caller; A caller reported a tow truck unable to stay in its lane;
March 21: A car was reported passing in no-passing zones; A caller reported a vehicle with one occupant had been crossing the center line and the fog line for many miles.