Accidents: April 23: A vehicle rollover with three occupants was reported; A collision between a small car and a semi was reported on County 6, with a male victim pinned inside his vehicle with substantial injuries;

April 24: A passerby reported a vehicle off the roadway with an apparently intoxicated male outside the vehicle; A Park Rapids caller reported a vehicle hit his car and took off eastbound on State Hwy. 34; An officer responded to a vehicle in the ditch.

Animal Related: April 19: A Crow Wing Lake Twp. caller reported a dog, possibly a black Lab, with a shock collar and no tags arrived at their house on April 18; A Mantrap Twp. caller said the chocolate Lab dog she was watching went missing; A Farden Twp. caller reported neighbors’ dogs running around, acting aggressive and one almost attacking her; A County 18 caller reported horses not being properly cared for; A County 41 caller reported a dog in the neighborhood, possibly a Lab, with an apparent broken leg and foaming at the mouth; A Nevis caller requested advice about a squirrel that seemed to have its tail stuck in a tree;

April 20: A patrol officer assisted on County 37 regarding an animal that got into some garbage and spread it all over the roadway; A Farden Twp. caller said her sister wouldn’t give her some property, and her sister’s dog was outside being very aggressive; A caller found a puppy with a red collar on the road;

April 21: A caller reported horses looking maltreated, a few of them lying in the mud; A Nevis caller reported a dog bit her foster-kid in the leg and broke the skin.

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April 22: A Nevis caller reported a friendly, male, pitbull-mix dog came to caller’s home and she was willing to keep it for now;

April 23: A State Hwy. 87 caller complained about approximately 30 cats and other animals living in a residence in unsanitary conditions; A caller reported an injured coyote in a field, needing to be dispatched; A State Hwy. 226 caller said he reported his dog lost on social media and later received a text from an unknown person saying they have his dog; A Todd Twp. caller reported seeing a very large bear on her property and was concerned for small children in the area;

April 24: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported they hit a deer and it was still alive on the shoulder; A County 18 caller found a dead deer and wanted a tag; A County 18 caller reported an eagle hit by a vehicle was injured in the middle of the roadway;

April 25: A 2-year-old calf was reported in the ditch outside the fence.

Assaults/Harassment: April 19: A County 9 caller said someone with whom he is not supposed to have contact has been contacting him, asking for money; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller said his ex-girlfriend’s brothers messaged him and one showed up and pounded on his door, then left; A County 19 caller reported being stalked by a blue truck;

April 20: A County 39 caller had questions for a deputy about a harassment restraining order.

April 22: A Park Rapids caller reported a neighbor yelling and throwing things all night and morning, and when caller went into the hallway to see what was happening, a male came at her; Staff helped Cass County personnel locate someone in White Oak Twp. whom they had probable cause to arrest for violating an order for protection; Officer assistance was requested regarding four kids fighting in the street;

April 23: A County 97 caller reported a disturbance involving a 33-year-old nephew who was upset and broke some glass objects;

April 24: A Farden Twp. caller reported a domestic issue, saying someone was threatening to throw her out of his house;

April 25: A 470th St. caller said she was assaulted by five unknown females at her residence, and said they were still on the scene; A 470th St. caller reported she was followed by a vehicle in a harassing manner.

Burglaries/Theft: April 19: A 240th St. caller received a summary of benefits explaining that an account had been taken out in her name;

April 21: A shop door alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.; A County 9 caller reported the theft of a 10-foot farm trailer with salvage items on it; A Park Rapids caller who broke up with his girlfriend last year said items have been missing from his residence, and he got her to admit to some of it via a text; A porch motion alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.

April 22: A County 18 caller said she was a victim of unemployment fraud; A garage service door alarm was tripped on Potato Lake;

April 23: A County 9 caller reported propane tanks stolen from his residence; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported one of his firearms was stolen;

April 25: A door alarm was activated on 229th Ave.

Fires: April 22: A caller reported a big bonfire during a fire danger warning, when there should be no burns without a variance permit;

April 24: A fire was reported in the brewery in downtown Park Rapids; A fire alarm went off on 115th Ave.; A residential fire alarm was activated on County 95;

April 25: A 129th Ave. caller said his neighbor had a large bonfire overnight and it appeared to be rekindling and spreading into the grass.

Medical: April 20: An ambulance was requested on County 12 for a female possibly having a stroke;

April 21: An ambulance was requested near an Enbridge site for a male who pulled over in a Ford F-350, feeling dizzy and nauseous.

April 22: An ambulance requested on 167th Ave. for a diabetic who was unaware of their surroundings; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for an elderly female who fell and had a hip injury; A lift assist was requested for an elderly male on 309th Ave.; A lift assist with no lights or sirens was requested in Farden Twp. for a male who fell out of bed;

April 23: An ambulance was requested on County 6 for a female possibly having a heart attack; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a female in a Ford Ranger who was having a seizure; A lift assist was requested for a male on 309th Ave.; A lift assist was requested on 309th Ave.;

April 24: An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a male with a possible urinary tract infection; A Farden Twp. caller requested help getting her husband home from the hospital; An ambulance was requested on 250th St. for a male found on the floor, incoherent and unaware of how he got onto the floor; Lift assist was requested for a male on 309th Ave.; An ambulance was requested on 470th St. for an 85-year-old female who was throwing up and suffering pain in her back and legs; A lift assist was requested on 309th Ave.;

April 25: A lift assist was requested on 309th Ave. for a male who fell; Another lift assist was requested for a male on 309th Ave.; An ambulance was requested in Arago Twp. for a male believed to be having a seizure; A 309th Ave. caller requested assistance getting a male into his recliner.

Miscellaneous: April 19: A Crow Wing Lake Twp. caller reported someone shot out three of his garage windows during the winter; A deputy reported littering;

April 20: A 229th Ave. caller said his 16-year-old son was out of control and left the residence in a Chevy Cruze; An open-line 911 call from County 45 carried sounds of wood machinery; A caller reported an abandoned car that had been there for two days; A Laporte caller reported an elderly male in the store who could barely walk, saying he didn’t need an ambulance but caller didn’t want him driving; A Chevy Tahoe and a Ford F-150 were reported driving back and forth, acting suspicious;

April 21: An open-line 911 call from Helga Twp. sounded like a child had the phone; The Cenex station in Akeley reported some people had locked themselves out of their car; A school walk-through was requested in Nevis.

April 22: A 911 hang-up caller, upon callback, said her 3-year-old child accidentally pushed the emergency button on her phone; A male was reported walking down the roadway, giving motorists inappropriate gestures and yelling profanities; An out-of-county 911 hang-up was reported to the Cass County Sheriff’s Office; A 119th Ave. caller reported a neighbor was pulling out fence posts on caller’s brother’s property; Officers assisted probation staff on 317th Ave.; A K-9 assist was requested in White Oak Twp.; Walker Police Department requested assistance getting a statement at a County 39 address; A caller found a chainsaw on the side of the road;

April 23: A County 93 caller misdialed 911 and said there was no emergency; A Henrietta Twp. caller reported he lost his keys by leaving them on his vehicle’s bumper while driving home from Becker County; A caller reported that a family member moved into caller’s parents’ place on County 38 and wouldn’t leave, but no one was supposed to be there; A 470th St. caller wanted to speak with a deputy about child custody; A caller reported at least six vehicles at an intersection where people were attempting to tear down a stop sign;

April 24: A County 109 caller explained a 911 misdial due to her child pushing the power button on her phone five times, and said there was no emergency; A State Hwy. 113 caller inquired about the rules regarding predatory offenders staying at an assisted living facility;

April 25: Staff assisted Becker County personnel with a juvenile; A 911 caller from Lakeport Twp. said he was highly intoxicated; Beltrami County transferred a 911 call from a 229th Ave. address, where caller said their son dialed and everything was fine; An open-line 911 call sounded like caller was riding a motorcycle, and went to voicemail upon callback; An officer assisted the DNR on County 40 with someone who was in the lake where DNR had posted they should not be; A caller reported finding something in Hubbard County but would not provide any information.

Traffic: April 19: A caller reported a jacked-up truck, possibly a Dodge, kept racing up and down the road; A caller reported a possibly intoxicated male driver en route to Bemidji in a four-door Dodge pickup;

April 20: An anonymous caller said R.D. Offutt installed large pipes in the ditch, creating a hazard; A Chevy 2500 HD was reported speeding; An officer stopped two vehicles on U.S. Hwy. 71;

April 21: A Mantrap Twp. caller reported a car swerving all over the roadway and driving around 30 mph; A semi was reported swerving in the roadway; A truck was reported driving recklessly, swerving in and out of traffic and speeding.

April 22: A motorist assist was requested for a vehicle on the side of the road; An officer assisted the Minnesota State Patrol with a traffic stop in Akeley;

April 23: An SUV with a trailer was stopped; An oversized load was reported using both lanes with no escort; An officer helped a motorist get gas on County 97; A driver was reported speeding, passing unsafely, and giving caller an inappropriate gesture; An Akeley caller reported a possibly impaired driver in a flatbed pickup with equipment on the back, almost hitting a propane tank; A Jeep Wrangler was reported swerving all over the road and speeding, and caller suspected the driver was intoxicated; Leech Lake Tribal Police received a complaint of a reckless driver making a gesture like a gun pointing; A County 18 caller reported a Subaru driving recklessly past her house, and said caller’s grandmother previously asked the driver to stop doing this;

April 24: An officer checked out a couple of dirt bikes.