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Hubbard County Incidents, Dec. 21-31, 2021

From the Hubbard County dispatch blotter.

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Accidents: Dec. 21: A caller reported their Toyota Camry went into the ditch; An officer assisted with a vehicle off the roadway; A 159th Ave. caller reported a vehicle off the roadway;

Dec. 22: A caller reported a single-vehicle accident with no one around;

Dec. 23: A vehicle off the road was reported; A car slid into a ditch and hit a tree, but no injuries were reported;

Dec. 24: A squad car backed into a vehicle in Park Rapids and sustained damage;

Dec. 26: A one-vehicle accident was reported, with power lines down across the road, unknown injuries and smoke coming from the car; A Volkswagen Jetta was reported needing to be pulled out of the ditch; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported his vehicle went off the road, rolled and came to rest on its passenger side, and caller was fine but needed a wrecker;

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Dec. 27: A vehicle in the ditch was reported; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a vehicle in the ditch with occupants still inside; An officer assisted with a snowmobile rollover;

Dec. 28: A multiple-vehicle accident with injuries was reported when a semi jackknifed; A caller reported a single vehicle in the ditch, with a tow already en route; A two-vehicle accident was reported with no injuries and one vehicle fully in the ditch; A Lake George caller reported a car off the road, occupied but with no injuries; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a vehicle in the ditch after a rear-ending accident; A three-vehicle accident was reported; A truck and a fish house reportedly went into the ditch and took out some signs, and a tow was en route; A vehicle off the road was reported; A snowmobiler hit a green box near the south transfer station in Park Rapids; Another vehicle off the road was reported; A squad vehicle was rear-ended; An officer assisted with a vehicle off the roadway;

Dec. 30: A caller reported a vehicle that rolled over ended up on its side in the ditch with two dogs aboard, but no injuries; A vehicle was reported stuck partially off the road; Chrysler van was reported in the ditch;

Dec. 31: A one-vehicle rollover with no injuries was reported; A car reportedly hit a stop sign, with no injuries; An officer responded to a vehicle off the road; A caller reported his Infiniti G35 slid off the road and would be towed the next day; A County 40 caller reported a vehicle off the roadway.

Animal Related: Dec. 21: A caller reported a deer that was hit by a vehicle was wandering around in traffic, and caller was concerned that someone would hit it; An Akeley caller complained that their neighbor’s dog was on their property;

Dec. 22: A Todd Twp. caller reported her 3-year-old yellow Lab ran away, not wearing a collar; A 139th Ave. caller complained about neighbors’ dogs on caller’s property; Four horses were reported out on the roadway; A Park Rapids caller reported a deer hit by a vehicle needed to be dispatched, and another person wanted a possession tag;

Dec. 24: A caller reported a deer needing to be dispatched;

Dec. 25: A deer was reported struggling on the side of the road, needing to be dispatched;

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Dec. 27: An 8-month-old pitbull-Yorkie-Lab mix was reported lost nearly five hours after being let outside;

Dec. 28: A Hubbard Twp. caller renewed a previous report of possible dog neglect; A County 12 caller reported a stray dog at their residence;

Dec. 29: A caller reported finding a car-hit deer and requested a possession tag; A Nevis caller reported a Chevrolet Silverado had been turned off for 45 minutes with a dog inside;

Dec. 30: An adult, long-haired, orange cat with no tags was reported missing since Dec. 28; A caller reported having a dog in her vehicle that kept running across the roadway; A deer in the ditch was reported, needing to be dispatched.

Assaults/Harassment: Dec. 21: A 210th St. caller said her son and her grandson were in an altercation on Dec. 18;

Dec. 25: A County 31 caller reported domestic abuse; A 500th St. caller reported receiving threats from her ex-boyfriend;

Dec. 26: A 500th St. caller reported being slapped in the face by his fiancee;

Dec. 28: Red Lake Health requested agency assist in Helga Twp. when a person being transported to another health facility began making threats and getting out of control;

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Dec. 29: A Farden Twp. caller reported issues with her boyfriend, who was throwing her things into the yard; A 344th St. caller reported someone was threatening to post pictures online; A Lakeport Twp. caller reported receiving numerous threatening calls in a row;

Dec. 30: A caller at the Cass County line reported a trespasser harassing a tow company employee and refusing to leave the impound lot;

Dec. 31: A 229th Ave. caller reported a male would not let her leave the residence, blocking the driveway with his four-wheeler and screwing the front door shut; The owner of a towing company at the Cass County line wanted an officer present while she released a vehicle to a male who was hostile to her on Dec. 30, to ensure he remains civil; Becker County requested assistance in Osage with a male in a Carsonville rescue vehicle who was being uncooperative and would not get out of the vehicle.

Burglaries/Theft: Dec. 22: A residential burglar alarm was activated in Thorpe Twp.; A living room motion alarm was activated in Thorpe Twp.; A U.S. Hwy. 2 caller reported her vehicle was stolen from her residence overnight; An interior upstairs motion alarm was tripped in Mantrap Twp.;

Dec. 23: An alarm was accidentally tripped in Mantrap Twp.;

Dec. 24: A bunk house door alarm and a garage alarm were activated in Straight River Twp.;

Dec. 25: A 279th Ave. caller reported the theft of fuel; A 200th St. caller reported a male trespasser trying to break into caller’s shed;

Dec. 27: A caller reported losing a snowblower out of the back of his truck and suspected someone stopped and took it near Portage Lake;

Dec. 28: A Nevis caller reported a possible scam after receiving a ticket from Wisconsin when they had never been to Wisconsin;

Dec. 29: Residential, bunk house and garage alarms were activated in Straight River Twp.; A pole barn service door alarm was activated on County 37;

Dec. 30: Clay County inquired about a Toyota Prius stolen from Dilworth that caller believed could be at the Walmart parking lot in Park Rapids.

Fires: Dec. 21: A hallway smoke detector went off in Lake Emma Twp., and a contractor said dust set it off;

Dec. 22: A Nevis area caller reported his house was on fire;

Dec. 24: A possible structure fire was reported in Park Rapids; A Becker County 44 caller reported firewood burning by an outdoor stove;

Dec. 30: An Island Lake caller reported a fish house at the public access of U.S. Hwy. 71 was catching fire and caller was concerned a propane tank may explode;

Dec. 31: A Farden Twp. caller reported hearing what sounded like fireworks and when she looked, her meter was sparking.

Medical: Dec. 21: An ambulance was requested no 414th St. for a female who fell and couldn’t get up;

Dec. 22: An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a 72-year-old female who recently had hip surgery, possibly having a urinary tract infection;

Dec. 23: An ambulance was requested on 150th St. for a 94-year-old male having trouble breathing; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a female who fell during the night and was now in pain and couldn’t get out of bed; An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a female who recently had a hip replacement, in pain with a possible urinary tract infection;

Dec. 24: An ambulance was requested on 410th St. for a male having a stroke; An ambulance was requested on County 44 for a female who passed out and had low blood pressure and slow pulse;

Dec. 25: A lift assist was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for an 80-year-old male; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a female with a history of seizures who woke up and started screaming; A medical alarm was activated on County 2 but there was no voice contact with subscriber; An ambulance was requested for caller’s grandparent whose oxygen levels were low, as caller pulled over in a truck with hazards on to begin CPR;

Dec. 26: An ambulance was requested due to stomach pain, possibly food poisoning; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a female vomiting and having cold sweats and trouble breathing; An ambulance was requested on 200th St. for an elderly male who was too weak to get to the car; An ambulance was requested at the jail in Park Rapids; An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a male having a seizure;

Dec. 27: A County 18 caller requested an ambulance for her husband, who was speaking gibberish, possibly due to a stroke or seizure;

Dec. 28: An ambulance was requested on County 3 for a male possibly having a stroke; An ambulance was requested in Crow Wing Lake Twp. for a male having trouble breathing;

Dec. 29: A an ambulance was requested in Akeley for an elderly female who was very weak and could not get up; An ambulance was requested on 165th Ave. for an epileptic 10-year-old who had been in seizures for the past seven minutes;

Dec. 30: An ambulance was requested on County 118 for a possible heart attack; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a female possibly having a heart attack;

Dec. 31: An ambulance was requested for a 72-year-old female who was very cold and having a severe nosebleed.

Miscellaneous: Dec. 22: A business check was conducted in Nevis; A 139th Ave. caller reported catching trespassers on a trail camera; A Todd Twp. caller wanted personnel to check on a camper and a carport after seeing trespassers on a webcam; An officer checked on a suspicious vehicle; Personnel were requested to remove a male from a home in Park Rapids;

Dec. 23: A business check was conducted in Nevis; A County 31 caller complained that furniture had been sitting for over a month awaiting pickup but caller couldn’t contact the other person because of a restraining order; A 410th St. caller had questions about property retrieval;

Dec. 24: An officer was flagged down in the Lake George area; An Arago Twp. caller had questions about neighbors shooting guns in the area; A County 30 caller complained about someone not picking up their property for over a week; An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle; A caller reported hearing seven gunshots on the north side of Dorset;

Dec. 25: An officer checked on a suspicious vehicle; A Pine River caller complained that her husband wouldn’t return their daughter;

Dec. 26: A 229th Ave. caller complained about excessive shooting; Personnel assisted Cass County officers at an address on the Hubbard side of the county line;

Dec. 27: A County 13 caller who was snowed in reported a child exchange issue; A Lake Emma Twp. caller requested officer assistance getting her husband into a wheelchair, then the car, for a doctor’s appointment; A Nevis caller requested help with a custody issue; A Lake Alice Twp. caller reported a mailbox taken out by a plow; A Laporte caller reported her children weren’t returned on Dec. 26;

Dec. 28: A Todd Twp. caller reported her boyfriend threatened to remove all the contents of her house;

Dec. 29: An officer assist was requested in Park Rapids; Personnel assisted in picking up someone in Nevis for Cass County probation and turning them over to Cass County personnel;

Dec. 30: A business check was requested in Nevis; A County 4 caller requested officer assistance for a female who jabbed herself with a pencil; A caller reported a truck had been parked at an access for over two weeks.

Traffic: Dec. 21: A caller reported a semi trailer with no bottom lights at the rear; A caller complained about a vehicle driving in the wrong lane;

Dec. 22: A caller reported a metal bar in the roadway; A Saturn was reported swerving on the roadway; A semi was reported driving with no lights on, driving with hazards on, not allowing other motorists to pass and varying in speed; Officer assistance was requested for two people walking along the highway, reporting their car broke down a few miles back;

Dec. 24: An officer assisted with a vehicle parked on the side of the road; A caller reported a Buick swerving all over the road while the driver waved her hands around and put her turn signal on and off for miles; A Mazda two-door was reported speeding; A Toyota Prius was reported stopping at green lights, swerving over the road and signaling early before turning north on State Hwy. 226; A Pontiac with no plates was stopped;

Dec. 25: Officer assistance was requested for a Honda Civic that broke down south of Park Rapids after the driver received a ride home; Beltrami County reported a westbound vehicle in the eastbound lane;

Dec. 26: A Kia with an obstructed plate was stopped; An eastbound vehicle in a westbound lane was reported; A State Hwy. 64 caller reported a vehicle broken down in a lane of traffic;

Dec. 27: A Park Rapids caller requested officer assistance moving a GMC pickup for plowing; An officer attempted to help a motorist who was stuck on an unplowed roadway; A Chevrolet Suburban was reported swerving all over the road at varying speeds; A Park Rapids caller reported snowmobilers jumping sleds on a drainage pond behind a farmhouse; An officer assisted with a stuck vehicle in Park Rapids;

Dec. 28: A County 48 caller reported three snowmobiles driving recklessly, one of them almost hitting caller, and its driver swore at caller; An officer assisted two vehicles; An officer assisted with a vehicle facing the wrong way; A Dodge Caravan with obstructed plates was stopped;

Dec. 29: A car that broke down was reported partially sticking out into traffic on State Hwy. 200 with its flashers on; A Chevrolet Impala was reported sitting in the middle of the road; A truck was reported stuck in the ditch with a tow en route; A vehicle with flashers on was reported; A County 4 caller reported a dozen snowmobiles driving on the roadway; An officer stopped a snowmobile;

Dec. 30: A semi was reported passing dangerously; A half-ton pickup with a topper was reported speeding and passing recklessly; An officer assisted a motorist with flashers on; A snowmobile violation was cited; A snowmobiler was stopped; A caller reported a truck with no license plate nearly ran caller off the road; A beat-up truck was reported partially blocking the eastbound lane heading out of Hubbard; A caller reported an older truck driving erratically, hitting the rumble strip on both sides of the lane; A cargo van was reported driving with very dim tail lights and headlights, making it very hard to see;

Dec. 31: A tow company reported being called to tow a Ford Escape stuck on a snowmobile trail, but tow truck driver left when unable to pull the car out and was concerned because they were almost out of gas.

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