Animal Related: Sept. 16: An Akeley caller reported a lost boxer dog; A 209th Ave. caller reported half a dozen cows on the road; A caller reported hitting a bear with a Honda Pilot, and car was undrivable but driver was uninjured;
Sept. 17: A White Oak Twp. caller complained about a dog coming into her yard all the time and defecating; A caller reported a deer was on the roadway and eagles were eating it;
Sept. 18: A deer and debris needed to be removed from the roadway; A deer in a lane of traffic needed to be dispatched; A caller who hit a deer was uninjured but couldn’t open their driver’s side door; An Akeley caller reported a loose dog tied up at a gas station until an officer was available; A County 5 caller reported an injured deer in apparent distress; A 209th Ave. caller reported someone’s cattle were on a neighbor’s land, destroying their food plot.
Assaults/Harassment: Sept. 16: A fight was reported at Nevis High School;
Sept. 17: An Akeley caller reported a fight in progress involving kinds, with bottles being thrown; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported someone was going to take off with a male when there was a court order between them;
Sept. 18: A 230th St. reported writing on a bench in the shed, an open window and a lamp that was moved, suspecting a violation of a no-contact order; A 323rd Ave. reported a domestic issue involving a very impaired male outside on a deck;
Sept. 19: An Akeley caller reported someone peeping into her residence, saying she dated him but broke it off but he continued to text and try to contact her.
Burglaries/Theft: Sept. 16: A basement door burglar alarm and basement panic alarm were activated on County 7;
Sept. 17: Main entry bar door and bar area motion alarms were activated in Nevis; An Akeley caller reported rods and reels stolen.
Fires: Sept. 16: A Laporte caller reported a football field flagpole on fire.
Medical: Sept. 16: An ambulance was requested on County 31 for an elderly female who fell and broke her arm; An ambulance was requested in Fern Twp. for a female who’d had her first vaccination shot and was going numb all over, feeling dizzy and unwell; An ambulance was requested on County 13 for a female having a diabetic reaction;
Sept. 17: A lift assist was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for a male who couldn’t get up off the floor; A lift assist was requested on County 97 for someone who fell over a wheelchair on the back porch; A male on County 97 fell again and now wanted to go to the hospital;
Sept. 18: An ambulance was requested for a Laporte female; An ambulance was requested on County 9 for a male who fell in his residence and needed assistance; An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for an elderly female who collapsed to the floor, and caller couldn’t tell if she was breathing; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a diabetic male who was feeling unwell; A 911 hang-up was reported;
Sept. 19: An ambulance was requested on 450th St. for a 69-year-old male who fell in the bathroom and couldn’t get up.
Miscellaneous: Sept. 16: A caller wanted to meet with an officer to retrieve property at a Nevis Twp. address due to a court order; An Akeley caller reported an abandoned vehicle on his property and was told he could have it but wanted to confirm this with an officer; A business check was requested in Nevis; A County 9 caller requested officer assistance returning property to an ex;
Sept. 17: A Lake Emma Twp. caller complained about people outside a lodge making noise and playing loud music; A caller reported a boat washed up to her shoreline on Sept. 16; A County 3 caller reported someone was trespassing on his property and when told to leave, the trespasser became hostile; A Farden Twp. caller reported trespassing and property damage; Henrietta Twp. callers reported security cameras caught a male on their property and they talked to him through the cameras, and the male gave his name and said he lives across the road, but callers had never seen him; Officer assistance was requested retrieving children in Akeley; A 200th St. caller reported a female trespassing;
Sept. 18: An open-line 911 call came from Nevis Twp.; A County 25 caller reported a suspicious male in a driveway with a rifle; A 190th St. caller reported an explosion that rattled things in caller’s house;
Sept. 19: A Rockwood Twp. board member wanted to speak to a deputy about a cease and desist order involving township property; A County 17 caller reported 8-10 protesters trying to get into the pipeline yard, yelling at a guard, then leaving; A 295th Ave. caller reported a wrecker dropped off a crashed vehicle at her home, but it was not hers; A County 93 caller reported issues with a child who was upset at their mom’s house.
Traffic: Sept. 16: A Schoolcraft Twp. caller reported an ATV operating with no headlight;
Sept. 17: A Lincoln was reported swerving all over the road; A County 89 caller reported a speeding vehicle crossing the fog line;
Sept. 18: A County 4 caller was suspicious about a car in his niece’s driveway with a flat rear tire and four occupants who seemed to be under the influence; Four ATV operators were warned for operating with no headlight; A pickup was reported losing debris out of its truck bed; An ATV was reported operating with no headlight; A Chevy was reported swerving all over the road; A County 25 caller reported ATVs tearing up his driveway; A State Hwy. 34 caller in the Nevis area reported a loose, unattended pontoon on the lake;
Sept. 19: The driver of a Buick requested officer assistance on County 89, saying he needed help getting gas and that he was being chased by a couple cars; A truck or van was reported weaving all over the road; A County 24 caller was suspicious about two men in their 40s driving through on ATVs late at night on multiple occasions; A caller reported a bike in the trees; A Ford F-150 was reported swerving, leaking fluid and traveling at 30-50 mph.