Accidents: April 27: A County 23 caller reported an accident involving a Ford vehicle, after which a male’s nose was bleeding;
April 28: A vehicle rollover was reported with an occupant trapped in the vehicle.
Animal Related: April 26: A caller reported three horses out on the highway; An Arago Twp. caller reported the neighbor’s dog running loose, and caller felt it is a dangerous dog based on issues it caused last year; A Nevis Twp. caller reported a bear attempting to break into a home; A caller reported kids fishing with spears on the river;
April 27: A caller at the Beltrami County line reported sled dogs being abused; A 210th St. caller reported a friendly dog with a collar and an outdated tag came into her yard, and caller wanted it removed; A 175th Ave. caller reported a bloodhound charged him and his dog, calling it an ongoing issue, and said when he contacted the hound’s owner he “went off on him”; A deer needing to be dispatched was reported;
April 28: A Henrietta Twp. caller reported a deer on the roadway with both back legs broken, and caller wanted permission for her husband to dispatch it, noting that the animal dragged itself off the road during the call.
Assaults/Harassment: April 27: Security personnel in Park Rapids requested officer assistance with a male who was causing problems; A caller reported her uncle was harassed while dropping a friend off at Piney Park;
April 28: A Park Rapids caller said she heard a female yelling at another person not to hurt her.
Burglaries/Theft: April 26: A County 45 caller reported the theft of a catalytic converter from his Prius while it was parked in his driveway; A Potato Lake caller reported a possible scam; A residential panic alarm was activated in Crow Wing Lake Twp.;
April 27: A Big Stony Lake caller reported a phone call she believed was a scam;
April 28: A Potato Lake caller reported giving the last four digits of their Social Security number to a scam caller; An Akeley caller reported someone stole his 23-foot pull-behind camper.
Fires: April 27: A carbon monoxide alarm was activated on 380th St.
Medical: April 26: A lift assist was requested for a male on 309th Ave.;
April 27: A lift assist was requested for a male on 119th Ave.; An ambulance was requested on 165th Ave. for a male who kept passing out and couldn’t get up off the floor;
April 28: A lift assist was requested for a male in Nevis Twp.; An ambulance was requested on County 39 for a male who needed to go to dialysis but could not get up; A lift assist was requested for an elderly male on 309th Ave.; An ambulance was requested on 219th Ave. for an elderly female who was very weak and could hardly stand up; A lift assist was requested for a male on 309th Ave.; Another lift assist was requested for a male on 309th Ave.
Miscellaneous: April 26: Agency assist was requested in Park Rapids; A 210th St. caller wanted to speak to a deputy about an eviction notice; A 275th Ave. caller wanted to speak to an officer about a property issue; A Nevis caller had questions about civil commitments; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller had questions about her license due to a DUI citation she received three days ago;
April 27: A business check was requested in Nevis; There was a K9 officer demonstration at Century School; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller who was having her driver’s license revoked shortly due to a DWI citation wanted to know if she can acquire a limited license for commuting; A Farden Twp. caller was suspicious about a vehicle that drove by her residence four times and was now parked at a vacant lot nearby; A caller wanted to speak to a deputy about political flags that were still up on properties; A school walk-through was requested in Nevis;
April 28: A K-9 officer assisted the Park Rapids Police Department; An Arago Twp. caller reported both caller and a male have their names on the deed for the land and caller wanted to know if he can be charged for property damage, among other questions; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported his mailbox was damaged overnight, possibly with a baseball bat; A male was arrested on a probation violation in Park Rapids; A 911 hang-up caller on County 1, when called back, said everything was fine; A County 93 caller said their daughter doesn’t want to go to her father’s; A 382nd St. caller said some wires were cut on his camper; Officers assisted State Patrol with a vehicle search; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller said someone in Georgia solicited narcotics to him online; A school walk-through was requested in Nevis; A male and a female were arrested on a probation violation on County 32; A court bailiff in Park Rapids found a key and nail clippers; An open-line 911 call had lots of wind in the background, and when called back the caller said everything was fine.
Traffic: April 26: An officer assisted a motorist; A car was reported stopped in a lane of traffic, possibly unoccupied; A Laporte caller reported a sedan speeding north on the Paul Bunyan Trail; A caller reported a male took a liquor bottle from his trunk into the car with him and drove away; A U.S. Hwy. 71 in the Bemidji area reported a vehicle driving 20 mph with the driver apparently on her phone;
April 27: A semi was reported losing papers and garbage on the roadway; A caller reported a bag of trash on the roadway; A 219th Ave. caller reported an ATV tore up their dead-end dirt road on April 25; A vehicle was reported passing in an unsafe manner; A vehicle was reported swerving all over the roadway, speeding, driving recklessly in the forest and possibly damaging the roadways;
April 28: A caller had questions about ATVs and reported ATV signs were stolen; A Dodge Ram was reported swerving back and forth between the lines, crossing the centerline and driving at 62-62 mph; A caller reported a semi parked at the top of a hill, believing it to be a poor location to park, especially as the sun goes down; A 175th Ave. caller reported two loud cars racing up and down the road; Motorist assist was requested for a vehicle on the side of the road.