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Hubbard County Incidents: April 18-24, 2022

From the Hubbard County dispatch blotter.

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Accidents: April 19: A County 45 caller reported a Pontiac off the roadway into the trees, and caller couldn’t see anyone but heard voices in the nearby woods;

April 20: Eight vehicles off the road were reported.

Animal Related: April 18: A 190th St. caller complained about neighbors’ dogs defecating in her yard;

April 20: A 119th Ave. caller reported cattle out of their fence and at her fence line; A County 40 caller reported an animal complaint;

April 21: A Todd Twp. caller reported a missing husky and border collie; An officer reported an animal complaint; A County 50 caller reported a deer hit by another vehicle was in the ditch with two broken legs, needing to be dispatched;

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April 23: A caller reported an ongoing issue with a pitbull and another dog chasing vehicles; A County 118 caller found a deer that appeared to have chronic wasting disease;

April 24: An officer responded to a vehicle that had just hit a deer; A State Hwy. 34 caller reported a dead dog in the ditch.

Assaults/Harassment: April 18: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller requested officer assistance regarding her ex-husband, who was told repeatedly not to come over or be on the property and who continues to do so, though no court orders were in place;

April 19: A Farden Twp. caller reported a physical domestic incident, with a female complaining of head pain; A Farden Twp. caller reported her son was wrecking things in her home, throwing furniture around;

April 21: A County 48 caller said she needed police and hung up, and dispatch heard male and female voices yelling in the background;

April 22: A caller reported receiving a text from a friend on County 40 saying her boyfriend was assaulting her; A 400th St. caller who has his incarcerated son’s dog complained that his son was harassing him about the dog;

April 23: A County 4 caller reported a female slapped him in the face, pulled a pocket knife on him and threatened to kill him.

Burglaries/Theft: April 19: A Lakeport Twp. caller reported identity theft and phone hacking;

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April 20: A County 9 caller reported hearing someone banging on her house and believed they were trying to break in, and two other 911 callers reported a neighbor was there and broke a window;

April 22: A 175th Ave. caller reported a male has been breaking into caller’s deceased mother’s house; A back door alarm was activated on County 118; A Hubbard Twp. caller reported receiving a suspected scam call from someone claiming to be with the Border Patrol; A Hubbard Twp. caller reported his cabin was burglarized.

Fires: April 21: A rekindle of an April 20 house fire in Akeley was reported.

Medical: April 18: An ambulance was requested for a male with low blood pressure, feeling light-headed and dizzy;

April 19: An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a female who was dizzy and felt like passing out; An ambulance was requested for a 79-year-old male recovering from COVID-19, having chills and shaking;

April 20: An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a female who fell and heard something crack in her shoulder; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a female who fell outside a garage and couldn’t get up;

April 21: An ambulance was requested on County 18 for a female who was incoherent and having difficulty speaking;

April 23: An ambulance was requested on 115th Ave. for a 72-year-old male whose pacemaker went off, feeling lightheaded and unwell, and whose neighbors were giving him oxygen; An ambulance was requested on County 39 for an 80-year-old female who fell during the night and now had a stiff neck; An ambulance was requested on County 80 for an 86-year-old male who fell and was somewhat unresponsive; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a male who slipped on the ice and couldn’t stand on it; An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. for someone who fell and couldn’t get up;

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April 24: An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for a 58-year-old male who said he was having either a panic attack or heart issues.

Miscellaneous: April 19: A Farden Twp. caller reported their garage and vehicles were shot up with a paintball gun; A County 1 caller reported someone parked his camper at caller’s property for the winter and was supposed to pay for electricity but never did, and now it seemed he had removed the camper and also possibly took a neighbor’s trailer;

April 20: An ambulance was requested in Hubbard Twp. for an elderly female who fell; A 175th Ave. caller reported a truck drove through his yard during the night and was parked in an adjacent lot; A 175th Ave. caller reported a solid waste violation; A vehicle check was requested; Law enforcement did a business check in Nevis; A school walk-through was requested in Nevis; Law enforcement checked out a number of suspicious cars; A 167th Ave. caller had questions about a car that her ex-husband gave their son;

April 21: Law enforcement checked out a suspicious vehicle; A probation agent asked for law enforcement to check whether a male was home on County 3; A caller requested officer assistance on 167th Ave. retrieving a car that he owns from his ex-wife; Law enforcement did a school walk-through in Nevis; A suspicious male was reported walking along the road, apparently going through people’s mailboxes; A County 9 caller reported a suspicious person on the ground next to a car in a parking lot;

April 22: An open-line 911 call came from 275th Ave., and when dispatch got the caller’s attention, he said it was a misdial; A 240th St. caller complained about their landlord entering rental property without notifying tenants; A caller reported a child custody issue in Straight River Twp., saying he has been unable to reach his daughter for several weeks; An open-line call came from 229th Ave. where there was no answer upon callback; A 169th Ave. caller reported a solid waste ordinance violation; A Count 9 caller reported hearing 3-4 loud booms east of the Becida bar, and said he drove around the bar but couldn’t find anything unusual;

April 23: A 911 hang-up came from County 45 and there was no answer upon callback; Officers spoke at a Boy Scout class in Clay Twp.; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported receiving an unsolicited package of seeds in the mail; A traffic stop involved a possible felony warrant subject;

April 24: Knute Nelson home care staff requested officer assistance with a death notification on 161st Ave.; A caller requested officer assistance on her boyfriend’s behalf retrieving property from a previous residence on County 1; A caller found an ATV on his property; A Henrietta Twp. caller reported a flat-bed truck damaged her property.

Traffic: April 18: A motorist assist was requested;

April 19: Law enforcement assisted a vehicle on the side of the road with its flashers on; A caller reported a semi lost a load of some kind of cement block; A Farden Twp. caller reported seeing his neighbor use a Bobcat to drag a car onto the roadway, then get in his truck and leave with the car still in the roadway;

April 21: A motorist assist was requested;

April 22: A 175th Ave. caller reported a male driving up and down the road with no headlights, shining flashlights out the window; A Nissan Altima with no plates was stopped;

April 23: An officer assisted a vehicle pulled over on the side of the roadway; An officer responded to a vehicle on the side of the roadway with its hazard lights on; A County 2 caller reported a sinkhole in the middle of the road, just south of County 91; A Ford car was reported swerving on the roadway; A Nevis caller said their mother, who shouldn’t be driving, was planning to do so anyway; A vehicle was stopped at the rear of a business; A Clover Twp. caller reported reckless driving;

April 24: A caller reported a Class A motorhome with no tail lights; A motorist assist was requested.

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