Accidents: March 24: Minnesota State Patrol responded to a one-vehicle accident ending in the ditch with a tree across the car, but with no injuries.

Animal Related: March 22: An Akeley caller reported a stray husky running around town for a few days, possibly injured; A County 91 caller reported horses not being properly cared for; A caller picked up three dogs on the side of the road with collars but no tags; A County 39 caller reported their cat had been stuck in a tree for three days;

March 23: An officer responded to a vehicle that had struck a deer on U.S. Hwy. 71; A County 36 caller reported two white and brown cows heading south on County 36; A U.S. Hwy. 2 caller reported hitting a deer and said the deer was off the roadway and the vehicle wasn’t driveable;

March 25: A dog was reported needing to be dispatched after being hit by a car; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller wanted to know if it’s legal to have his dog ride on his motorcycle;

March 26: A Mantrap Twp. caller reported a German shepherd and a black Lab missing, wearing tags and possibly chipped; A dead deer was reported in a lane of traffic;

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March 28: Brown cows were reported out of their pasture; A dead bear was reported in a lane of traffic.

Assaults/Harassment: March 22: A County 19 caller reported issues with renters who have a harassment restraining order against each other and live too close together; A White Oak Twp. caller received an obscene text over the phone;

March 24: A County 4 caller reported issues with kids hitting other kids with sticks and the parents not doing anything about it;

March 27: A Farden Twp. caller reported being harassed regarding an incident that took place at a local bar;

March 28: A dispute or disturbance was reported in Farden Twp. involving a female who would not leave a residence; A Farden Twp. caller reported a female was outside banging on the door and would not leave the property; A 110th St. caller reported a male repeatedly driving past her house, saying he has made multiple reports about her for the same issue.

Burglaries/Theft: March 22: A County 18 caller reported the theft of a rear license plate; A Mantrap Twp. caller reported identity theft; A County 31 caller reported that someone filed for unemployment in her name;

March 23: A kitchen patio door alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.; A Lake George caller reported three dogs were stolen on March 22;

March 24: A Henrietta Twp. caller reported financial exploitation; A Lake George caller reported someone used her Social Security number to open a bank account; A County 16 caller reported identity theft;

March 26: A 109th Ave. caller reported the theft of lumber;

March 27: A County 80 caller said money was stolen from her residence;

March 28: A family room door alarm was activated in Nevis Twp.; A County 4 caller reported a suspected scam email.

Fires: March 22: An Akeley caller reported their neighbor was having a fire and small explosions were occurring;

March 23: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller in the Park Rapids area reported a garage fully engulfed in fire.

Medical: March 22: An ambulance request was transferred to Beltrami County for a medical emergency en route in a Ford F-150; An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for a 23-year-old male with a broken leg; A medical alarm was activated for an 86-year-old male in Lake Emma Twp., but there was no contact via the unit or by phone;

March 24: An ambulance was requested in Guthrie Twp. for a female possibly having an allergic reaction; A medical alarm was activated on County 16; A Farden Twp. caller reported 15-year-old female was suffering from depression;

March 25: An ambulance was requested in Crow Wing Lake Twp. for a 74-year-old male described as “out of it” and having a hard time walking; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 34 in the Nevis area for someone having a seizure; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 34 in the Nevis area for a male who was very pale and reported feeling like he was having a stroke;

March 26: An ambulance was requested in Akeley Twp. for a female who fell seven feet and couldn’t feel her legs;

March 28: An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for a female having chest pains; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 87 for a female who was vomiting blood; An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a male possibly having a stroke.

Miscellaneous: March 22: A Park Rapids caller request agency assist regarding a truck that had been sitting by a gas pump for about two hours; A State Hwy. 34 caller reported an abandoned vehicle had been there at least three days, and caller wanted to know how to get it removed;

March 23: A Hubbard caller reported a neighbor’s car hit and damaged their mailbox; A caller was suspicious about people in a vehicle taking pictures; A caller was suspicious about three vehicles parked near the pipeline; A 175th Ave. caller was suspicious about a vehicle that had been in the area for about half an hour and had moved from the roadway to park in a neighbor’s driveway; Officer assist was requested in Clay Twp. for a male who reported he had been living in the woods for six days and needed help; A caller reported a bag of garbage was dumped on County 118; Officers assisted Probation and Social Services staff on 179th Ave.; A Scheel’s case with four ice fishing rods was found at a lake access; A 911 hang-up call came from a County 12 location where attempts to call back were immediately disconnected with no voicemail;

March 24: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller in the Park Rapids area requested officer assistance regarding issues with a cabin owner; A County 49 caller said he is supposed to be allowed to speak with his children daily, but he has not been allowed to; A 911 hang-up call was traced to a U.S. Hwy. 71 location but there was no answer on callback; An Arago Twp. caller reported that a bar was open past the mandated closing time of 11 p.m. and said they also stay open until 2 a.m. on weekends;

March 25: A Guthrie Twp. caller had questions for an officer about evictions during the COVID-19 emergency; A 229th Ave. caller said his ex acquired the stimulus money for his children and was refusing to hand it over; A 911 call from a 500th St. location had a sharp, unidentifiable noise in the background, then hung up after five seconds; A County 40 caller said his ex wouldn’t come to retrieve her property claiming he is not allowing her to come, and caller wanted a paper trail and officer advice; A caller requested officer assistance retrieving property from a previous residence in Farden Twp.; A caller reported approximately 30 pipeline protesters on the side of the road; A Lakeport Twp. caller said her husband refuses to let her see her son and claimed husband was trying to take her off the son’s birth certificate; A Farden Twp. caller found a backpack containing his stolen property;

March 26: An officer was requested at the Nevis school for the basketball team sendoff; A property manager in Cass County needed an inmate to sign a no-trespassing order; A 911 hang-up caller from Nevis Twp., upon callback, said his phone must have bumped while he was riding a four-wheeler; A caller reported kids shooting guns; A County 11 caller wanted to speak to a deputy, saying someone backed over one of the shrubs on his plot at the Henrietta Cemetery;

March 27: A caller misdialed 911; A County 97 caller was suspicious about an unoccupied car parked on the road; Officers helped with the Nevis Easter egg hunt; A caller wanted officer assistance retrieving his vehicle from his ex’s parents’ place on County 1;

March 28: A County 48 caller reported hearing multiple gunshots; A County 45 caller reported a party involving minors consuming alcohol; A 315th Ave. caller had questions for an officer about how to change a child custody agreement; A 109th Ave. caller reported trespassers; An anonymous caller made a noise complaint about music playing at the Akeley muni; A Lakeport Twp. caller reported their Social Security card and birth certificate were missing; A County 97 caller reported an abandoned vehicle that he was afraid would be hit, and caller said he spoke with another unit and they did nothing about it.

Traffic: March 22: A caller reported an SUV driving erratically, going in and out of the ditch and tailgating a semi on U.S. Hwy. 2; An Arago Twp. caller had questions about road restrictions;

March 24: A school bus stop arm violation was reported to have taken place March 23 on State Hwy. 64 while no kids were on the ground; A vehicle was stopped for passing on the right; A 162nd St. caller reported vehicles repeatedly going up and down his road, spinning donuts, driving slowly and being parked in the area overnight;

March 26: A caller reported a male driver was swerving all over the road, almost going into the ditch, believed to be intoxicated;

March 27: A Hendrickson Twp. caller reported a truck swerving all over the road; Approximately 30 ATVs were reported driving recklessly and tearing up the roadway; A caller reported large blocks of wood in the road; A Jeep was reported swerving all over the road;

March 28: A caller reported two cars racing each other; A caller reported a Chevy Truck pulling a trailer with a tractor on it and the loading ramps down, causing sparks.