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Hubbard County Incidents: April 25-May 1, 2022

From the Hubbard County dispatch blotter.

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Accidents: May 1: A caller reported he rolled his vehicle while trying to avoid a deer but was not injured, and was back at a friend’s cabin; An accident was reported causing property damage, including a handful of street signs.

Animal Related: April 26: A Steamboat River Twp. caller had questions about an aggressive dog in an area where caller owns land;

April 27: A Park Rapids caller reported an aggressive dog running loose in a parking lot; caller reported a disabled deer in the ditch, needing to be dispatched; A 159th Ave. caller reported their golden retriever mix dog ran away;

April 28: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a small, black cocker spaniel showed up at his door, apparently having been hit by a car; Law enforcement responded to a motorist who had just hit a deer;

April 29: A caller reported a cow in the woods; A County 7 caller reported an injured deer on their property and requested advice;

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May 1: A State Hwy. 34 caller in the Nevis area reported goats almost on the roadway; A deer needing to be dispatched was reported.

Assaults/Harassment: April 26: A County 1 caller reported the respondent of a protection order broke into his residence; A County 1 caller reported harassment via Snapchat;

April 27: A Nevis caller reported the respondent of a protection order went to the petitioner’s residence two days ago; A 400th St. caller reported receiving threats via Facebook; A 374th St. caller had questions about a harassment restraining order;

April 30: A St. Paul caller reported that a female called him while intoxicated from Shakopee, in violation of her court-ordered conditions;

May 1: A Straight River Twp. caller reported their intoxicated male significant other was refusing to leave, but nothing physical had happened yet.

Burglaries/Theft: April 25: A possible kick-in burglary was reported in Arago Twp.;

April 26: A staff entrance door alarm was activated at Itasca State Park; An inside garage door alarm was activated in Henrietta Twp.; A Nevis caller reported a male called her household, violating an order for protection;

April 27: A Nevis caller reported a $40.17 accidental gas drive-off occurring April 26; A camp caretaker discovered a possible burglary in Farden Twp.; A commercial burglar alarm was triggered by a seed warehouse overhead door on County 48;

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April 28: A County 86 caller reported items missing from a building on his property; An Arago Twp. caller reported fraud;

April 29: A County 4 caller reported people took his driver’s license and claimed to be checking information, and were now stealing from him; A White Oak Twp. caller reported a phone scam; A keyfob panic alarm was activated on County 9;

May 1: A high school hall door alarm was activated in Laporte; A shop door alarm was activated on U.S. Hwy. 71 in the Park Rapids area.

Fires: April 25: A Farden Twp. caller reported a man had a fire going in the woods near a camp;

April 30: Law enforcement checked on a male having a campfire in Akeley; A carbon monoxide detector was activated in a cabin garage in White Oak Twp.

Medical: April 25: An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a female who fell, possibly breaking a shoulder; An ambulance was requested on County 39 for a male having severe stomach pain;

April 26: An ambulance was requested on County 45 for a 72-year-old male with COVID-19, having convulsions;

April 27: An ambulance was requested on 257th Ave. for a male who possibly had a stroke; An ambulance was requested in Clover Twp. for a COVID-positive female who fell;

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April 28: An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a male having problems with a catheter;

April 29: An ambulance was requested at a detox center near Nevis for a male who fell out of bed and had a cut on his head; An ambulance was requested on County 36 for a female described as unstable;

April 30: An ambulance was requested in the Nevis area for a male having trouble breathing; An ambulance was requested in Laporte for a 29-year-old female who fell and injured her knee; A lift assist was requested in Clay Twp. for an 86-year-old male with COVID-19; An ambulance was requested on 406th St. for a diabetic female who was on the bathroom floor, somewhat unresponsive; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a diabetic male who was breathing but unresponsive.

Miscellaneous: April 25: A County 9 caller was suspicious about an unknown large vehicle, possibly a Cadillac, in his driveway; A Henrietta Twp. caller reported seeing two people outside behind their residence, but caller’s husband took the phone and said no one was out there; An Akeley caller reported an abandoned vehicle had been in their parking lot for five days; A Park Rapids caller suspected that someone dumping at the county transfer station wasn’t a resident of Hubbard County; A White Oak Twp. caller had questions about what she can do regarding a deal her late brother had with a female regarding his furniture;

April 26: A Farden Twp. caller reported two females walking around an abandoned trailer; A 170th St. caller had questions for an officer about a terminal patient;

April 27: Law enforcement did a business check in Nevis; Responders participated in a mock two-vehicle crash in Park Rapids; A Laporte caller requested officer assistance as her ex-boyfriend was removing her property from his residence; A Park Rapids caller had questions for an officer regarding child custody issues; Law enforcement did a school walk-through in Nevis; A caller was suspicious about people running around with flashlights at the old Catholic church;

April 28: A Farden Twp. caller reported he was trying to get his tools off a property and the owner would not let him retrieve them; A Farden Twp. caller reported a Saturn Vue was parked at bank-owned property she was checking on, but caller didn’t know if anyone was in the residence; Law enforcement patrolled a sporting event in Nevis; Law enforcement checked on a suspicious vehicle at the Kabekona Lake access;

April 29: A caller had questions for an officer about putting cameras on his property; A Laporte caller requested an officer at the school regarding students vaping; A caller who parked his car in the south parking lot at the courthouse for a hearing wanted law enforcement to review surveillance video of the time it was there to make sure his car wasn’t messed with; Law enforcement patrolled a sporting event in Nevis; A County 16 caller reported hearing 15-20 shots during the past hour, suspecting that people were beaver hunting at a nearby pond; Law enforcement checked out a suspicious vehicle;

April 30: Law enforcement patrolled a prom grand march in Park Rapids; Law enforcement checked on a suspicious vehicle;

May 1: A State Hwy. 34 caller reported a male was sitting in his car in her driveway, and she didn’t want him there; A 911 call from Lakeport Twp. featured a male who was not making much sense; A County 1 caller wanted to speak to a deputy about his rights regarding his estranged girlfriend, who wanted him to leave their shared residence; Law enforcement checked on a vehicle needing motorist assist.

Traffic: April 25: A caller warned of icy road conditions going down the hill on County 9 to U.S. Hwy. 71; A possibly impaired driver was reported en route from Osage to Park Rapids; A caller had general questions about boating in Hubbard County; Law enforcement checked on a snowmobile;

April 26: A Chevy pickup was reported swerving over the centerline and the fog line; Law enforcement was alerted that a skid steer was blocking the roadway on County 91; A Chevy with a trailer, believed to be carrying sealcoating tanks, was reported swerving all over the road;

April 27: Law enforcement inspected a vehicle on County 4;

April 30: A Fiat was reported speeding and passing dangerously; Cass County personnel reported a vehicle blocking Hubbard County 38;

May 1: A caller reported trash across both lanes of a roadway.

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