Accidents: May 10: A single-vehicle rollover was reported on State Hwy. 200;

May 11: An ATV accident was reported with a male victim in the ditch with a broken leg, bloody but conscious.

Animal Related: May 10: A deer needing to be dispatched was reported; A Todd Twp. caller reported a bear took down some bird feeders;

May 11: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported two dogs running loose and acting aggressive; An officer assisted with horse certifications at the Hubbard County Mounted Posse shack on County 95; A calf was reported outside the fence;

May 12: A State Hwy. 34 caller reported a vehicle hit a deer, and caller didn’t know if it was still alive but the animal was off the roadway; An Akeley Twp. caller reported a neighbor’s dog was causing issues, described as an ongoing problem.

Newsletter signup for email alerts

Assaults/Harassment: May 12: A County 9 caller said a neighbor drove past the house and yelled at his son; A 119th Ave. caller reported a male came on their property with a loud truck, blaring music, flashing lights, spinning and roaring, then backed up to his place and started shooting his gun; A Farden Twp. caller was suspicious about two vehicles whose occupants weren’t supposed to be there, going through a trailer across the road.

Burglaries/Theft: May 10: An Akeley caller reported a scooter stolen off the back of his vehicle the night of May 6;

May 11: A garage door alarm was activated in Nevis Twp.; A Clover Twp. caller received a credit card in the mail for someone he doesn’t know; A County 33 caller reported that a suspect stole a furnace and stove and failed to pay bills for a property;

May 12: A Helga Twp. caller received a confirmation notice from PayPal thanking her for a recent purchase of an $800 handgun that caller did not purchase, and when she checked her PayPal account there was nothing in her activity; Shed door and motion alarms were activated in Helga Twp. and keyholder was unable to make it to the scene.

Fires: May 10: A 200th St. caller reported grass and a slash/wood pile on fire, spreading into the woods; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported smelling smoke from either wire or rubber;

May 11: A County 9 caller reported a large brush fire;

May 12: An Akeley caller reported multiple smoke alarms activated at their residence.

Medical: May 10: A lift assist was requested for a male in Todd Twp.;

May 11: An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. for an elderly male having difficulty breathing; An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a male with Type 1 diabetes having low blood sugar; An ambulance was requested in Hubbard Twp. for an elderly male possibly having a stroke; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp.;

May 12: An ambulance was requested in Hubbard Twp. for a 60-year-old male with high blood pressure; An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a 67-year-old male having chest pains; An ambulance was requested in Nevis for an intoxicated female whom caller wanted taken to detox.

Miscellaneous: May 10: A 911 caller from County 27 said their medical alert button wasn’t supposed to call 911 but it did; A Lakeport Twp. caller reported a child custody issue, saying she was trying to pick up her son; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller in the Park Rapids area reported a juvenile male tampering with the electrical wiring of a billboard and breaking nearby glass;

May 11: An open-line 911 call from Laporte sounded like kids walking around and swearing at each other; A business check was requested in Nevis; A school walk-through was requested in Nevis; An Akeley caller was suspicious about a male walking around, looking at people’s property and talking to himself; A caller had questions about using Hay Creek while the pipeline is being put in; An operator heard a female crying on an open-line 911 call from County 16, but when dispatch spoke to her, caller said she misdialed and hung up; An anonymous tipster from Akeley reported parties in two cars;

May 12: A Laporte caller reported a suspicious male wearing a bandanna on his face, believed to be intoxicated, trying to flag down traffic; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller was suspicious about a utility truck with lots of orange lights near a building, and someone with a flashlight loading stuff into the vehicle at 1:10 a.m.; A Park Rapids caller wanted to know where best to park her vehicle unattended overnight in Nevis; A business check was requested in Nevis; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller near Bemidji was suspicious when a vehicle pulled up and a male got out and looked into other vehicles, and when the owner asked if he could help the male got mad and left; A 911 hang-up caller from State Hwy. 64 did not answer on callback; A County 93 caller reported that per court order, they were supposed to meet at the mom’s residence after school to exchange child custody, but the mother took the daughter to the doctor and was now saying caller will get her when he gets her; A caller had questions about walking after hours at Itasca State Park; An open-line 911 call from Farden Twp. had no voices in the background, but possibly something mechanical moving; A Hubbard Twp. caller was suspicious about a door that was wide open with nobody around.

Traffic: May 10: An officer checked out an abandoned car; An SUV was reported swerving all over the roadway at varying speeds; A Nevis caller reported that an intoxicated male was likely driving home from the gas station; An Akeley caller reported a drunk female lying in the middle of the road;

May 11: A caller complained about a vehicle passing on the right; A caller complained about a vehicle with no license plates, swerving all over the road; A caller reported a truck speeding, fishtailing, and its driver giving caller the finger as he passed;

May 12: A possibly intoxicated driver was reported swerving at fluctuating speeds; Leech Lake Tribal Police advised dispatch about a vehicle traveling on the wrong side of U.S. Hwy. 2; A caller reported their pickup broke down and was out of the way of traffic on the east side of the road, and caller said they were coming back to tow the vehicle.