Accidents: March 30: A caller reported that an intoxicated male family member put his vehicle in a ditch, and caller’s husband was going to pull him out of the ditch;
March 31: A caller reported a rollover accident with airbags deployed and no one in the vehicle.
Animal Related: March 29: A County 84 caller was concerned about a possibly abandoned dog; A car hit a deer;
March 30: A State 87 caller had an injured deer in her yard, needing to be dispatched;
March 31: A caller reported a timberwolf hit by a vehicle, dead on the shoulder of the roadway, and caller wanted a possession tag;
April 1: A caller reported animal neglect and hoarding on 169th Ave.; A deer was reported in a lane of traffic, needing to be dispatched;
April 2: A 470th St. caller reported a neighbor’s dog, described as “somewhat aggressive,” came into caller’s yard during the night and tried to attack caller’s cats;
April 3: A County 97 caller reported a wounded baby bear in their yard;
April 4: A Todd Twp. caller complained about a stray dog in the area; A County 109 caller reported two bears stuck near the top of a tree.
Assaults/Harassment: March 31: A 480th St. caller reported a new Dodge pickup driving up and down caller’s road, driven by a customer caller had a dispute with;
April 2: A County 33 caller reported a male was in her yard, causing issues in front of caller’s children and refusing to leave;
April 3: A Farden Twp. caller reported a domestic issue in which a female was throwing plates.
Burglaries/Theft: March 30: A downstairs rec room motion alarm was activated in Mantrap Twp. while the homeowners were away and no one was supposed to be there;
April 1: A residential alarm received multiple hits in Clay Twp.; A garage motion alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.;
April 2: A n interior glass break alarm was activated on County 41 while no one was supposed to be there; A shed motion alarm was tripped in Helga Twp. and the homeowner, who was not on the scene when contacted, wanted it checked out;
April 3: A residential alarm was activated on County 81 where it was known there was a dog in the house but owner was not home; A public entrance door alarm was activated at an Itasca State Park building;
April 4: A dining room motion alarm was activated in Lake Alice Twp.; A door alarm was activated at the Laporte school; A County 36 caller reported a male was cutting wood off caller’s property, which was posted as private.
Fires: March 29: A 470th St. caller said her neighbor was burning in a fire pit and caller was concerned about the windy conditions; A brush fire was reported;
March 31: A Farden Twp. caller reported a neighbor was burning garbage;
April 1: A Nevis caller reported someone was burning brush and furniture nearby;
April 2: A small grass fire was reported off U.S. Hwy. 71 in the Park Rapids area; A County 1 caller reported a grass fire on the Heartland Trail; A report of a pup tent with a campfire in a vacant field during a fire ban was transferred to Wadena County; A 167th Ave. caller reported their neighbor was having a fire;
April 3: A 129th Ave. caller reported they could smell smoke in the area and wanted the area checked for fire; A County 89 business reported a heavy smell of smoke coming from the east; A large grass fire threatening structures was reported in the Ponsford area;
April 4: A State Hwy. 87 caller reported someone burning leaves and brush.
Medical: March 29: An ambulance was requested on County 9 for a female who broke her back last week and was in a lot of pain; An ambulance was requested in White Oak Twp. for a female experiencing facial numbness, shaking and erratic heartbeat; An ambulance was requested on 309th Ave. for a male who slid off the bed again;
March 30: An ambulance was requested on 309th Ave. for a male who couldn’t get out of a chair;
March 31: A lift assist was requested for an elderly male on 309th Ave.; An ambulance was requested in Akeley Twp. for a 75-year-old female who recently had open heart surgery, reporting a very upset stomach; An ambulance was requested on 219th Ave. for a pregnant female having heart palpitations; An ambulance was requested in Laporte for a male possibly having a heart attack;
April 1: An ambulance was requested on County 16 for a 32-year-old male having side effects of a new medication, described as alert and responsive but unable to keep his balance; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for an elderly female having difficulty breathing after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine; A medical alarm was activated on State Hwy. 200; A lift assist was requested in Farden Twp. to help a male out of bed;
April 2: An ambulance was requested on Becker County 46 for a female having a gallbladder issue; A lift assist was requested on 309th Ave. for a male who slid off his chair again; An ambulance was requested on 309th Ave. for a male who couldn’t get out of a chair;
April 3: An ambulance was requested on County 20 for an elderly male having stomach pain after recently breaking his pelvis;
April 4: A lift assist was requested on County 12 for a female who slipped and fell into a bathtub; An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for a 36-year-old having stomach pains.
Miscellaneous: March 29: A caller reported a child that she believed to be in foster care walking along State Hwy. 34; A County 18 caller was suspicious about a trailer that had been parked on the approach of a vacant lot for a week; An officer checked out an abandoned vehicle; Graffiti with swear words was reported on rocks in a sand pit; A Park Rapids caller reported child custody issues; A 911 hang-up caller on Becker County 46, when called back, said he must have pressed the button on his watch but there was no emergency; A 169th Ave. caller reported that she kicked a male off her property and he tore up the driveway;
March 30: A County 50 caller misdialed 911; A Nevis caller reported a student was on the pop machine and refused to get down; Graffiti on a bridge was reported; A Nevis caller reported a suspended student trespassing on school property;
March 31: A County 93 caller had questions about where and how to pick up her children when her ex won’t allow her on his property, and questioned whether or not this is legal; An open-line 911 call from a 500th St. location had no concerning sounds in the background, and when called back the caller said it was a misdial and there was no emergency; A Rockwood Twp. caller had questions about how to evict someone; A County 36 caller was concerned that a male might take vehicles off the property when he doesn’t have permission yet, without insurance or current registration; A Nevis caller misdialed 911 and said his phone was acting up but there was no emergency; An officer checked out a suspicious male; A County 18 caller complained that many people in the establishment were drinking too much and caller said people should be arrested for their crimes;
April 1: Officer assist was requested on County 18 to retrieve a vehicle that was sold but seller never received full payment; A new Arago Twp. property owner requested officer advice about security cameras; A Hendrickson Twp. caller reported a camera showed a female trespasser currently on his property; A 344th St. caller reported a Buick parked on the side of the road for the past five days; A Nevis Twp. caller was suspicious about a Honda that drove by a couple times, then parked by their driveway and left after caller’s daughter got off the school bus; A caller found a billfold on the side of the road with a driver’s license in it; A caller wanted an officer to accompany her to retrieve an item from someone in Farden Twp.;
April 2: A Straight River Twp. caller reported someone hit their mailbox on April 1 and left behind parts of a Ford F-350; A 119th Ave. caller reported trespassing; A 275th Ave. caller complained about multiple drones flying over her house; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported their 12-year-old daughter got mad, tore up her room and took off in an unknown direction; A County 13 caller reported a purse missing, lost or stolen since March 28; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller said a neighbor called them saying someone was at their house when no one should be there, the garage was open and a car was parked on an approach down the road; A caller was suspicious about a two people in the trees and a pickup in a field with a gas tank; Officer assist was requested to retrieve a snowboard and bowfishing bow left at a person’s home in Henrietta Twp., and caller was concerned the person may have sold the items; There were two 911 calls from a 110th St. address where, during the second call, a male explained his child had the phone;
April 3: An autistic child dialed 911 twice and woke his dad up, but according to his dad there was no emergency; A County 18 caller complained about people raking their yards and piling the leaves in the ditch by the lake across the road; A 119th Ave. caller reported his trail cam showed someone trespassing on his land; A 110th St. caller reported property issues; A caller requested officer assist to retrieve property at a Lake George address; A County 36 caller was suspicious about car parts on the property;
April 4: A State Hwy. 34 caller in the Nevis area found a wallet in a parking lot; An officer assisted a male; A Nevis caller reported child custody issue; A caller reported a Monte Carlo that had been parked on the roadway for a week; A 393rd St. caller reported a neighbor’s shed door had been open all day, but the neighbor was gone for the winter; A Nevis caller reported a lost wallet; A caller complained about children squirrel hunting on state property, a couple hundred yards from a house; Enbridge security was suspicious about a truck that drove by, came back and pulled in front of them then took off, and was encountered multiple times during the night at the pipeline sites.
Traffic: March 29: A caller reported kids riding skateboards in the middle of the road, and caller was concerned they would be hit by a vehicle; An ATV complaint was reported; An officer assisted a motorist whose tire came off their vehicle; A tree in the roadway was reported;
March 30: A tree 3-4 feet in diameter was reported down across the road; A caller reported a vehicle blew through a stop sign and almost T-boned caller’s vehicle; An SUV with Red Lake Police Department decals was reported hitting the shoulder and causing other motorists to swerve;
March 31: A Penske moving van violated a school bus stop arm while southbound on State Hwy. 200; A Chevy Impala with an obstructed plate was stopped;
April 1: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported debris in the road;
April 2: A semi was reported swerving all over the road in Todd Twp.; A semi was reported swerving all over the road and passing dangerously; A text to 911 reported a drunk person driving an ATV; A caller reported a Honda speeding toward Nevis;
April 3: An officer assisted a motorist; An ATV violation was reported; A careless driver was reported in Straight River Twp.; A 167th Ave. caller complained about vehicles flying up and down the road.