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Hubbard County Incidents: Feb. 7-16, 2022

From the Hubbard County dispatch blotter.

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Accidents: Feb. 7: A vehicle off the road was reported; State Patrol responded to a vehicle in the ditch with the door left open and a cell phone on the dashboard; An officer responded to a vehicle in the ditch in Nevis;

Feb. 9: A caller reported a truck in the ditch in Helga Twp.; A vehicle off the road was reported; A truck in the ditch was reported, with a tow en route; A vehicle was reported off the road;

Feb. 10: A truck off the road was reported; A semi went in the ditch 4 miles west of Park Rapids and officer assistance with lights was requested; A Ford Fusion went in the ditch but no injuries were reported; A Toyota Camry went off the road but not quite in the ditch; A Mercury was reported in the ditch with no injuries; An officer responded to a Subaru in the ditch; An officer responded to a Chevrolet Malibu in the ditch; An officer assisted with a semi that went off U.S. Hwy. 71; An officer responded to a vehicle off the road; An officer responded to a vehicle in the ditch; An officer reported a vehicle rollover;

Feb. 11: Beltrami County passed along a report of a vehicle rollover, saying they were checking the area for the exact location; A caller reported being involved in a snowmobile accident with no injuries the previous night; A Jeep Grand Cherokee went off the road and was stuck in a parking area in Thorpe Twp.; An ambulance driver reported a vehicle in the ditch; A snowmobile accident resulted in a broken arm and bleeding;

Feb. 12: A caller reported a vehicle rollover with airbags deployed, saying she was uninjured but trapped in the vehicle; A one-vehicle rollover was reported with one occupant trapped inside, injuries unknown;

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Feb. 13: An officer responded to an unoccupied vehicle in the ditch; A caller put his Chevy Suburban in the ditch but said it was not a traffic hazard and he would have it removed tomorrow; An officer responded to a vehicle in the ditch; A caller reported an SUV in the ditch with several pickups trying to pull it out; A third party reported a crash involving a Pontiac and a Ford Explorer, and caller said the occupants said they were not injured but suspected they may be intoxicated;

Feb. 14: An officer responded to a vehicle off the roadway; A vehicle was reported in the ditch; A caller reported a pickup went into the ditch;

Feb. 16: A caller reported a FedEx truck went off County 4 but driver had already contacted a private tow.

Animal Related: Feb. 7: A County 4 caller reported an injured deer with possibly broken back legs; A Farden Twp. caller wanted to speak with a deputy about a neighbor’s dog coming onto her property;

Feb. 8: A County 91 caller reported a raccoon in their yard acting strange, suspecting rabies; A motorist reported hitting a dog on U.S. Hwy. 2 and said there were two people walking two dogs;

Feb. 12: A caller reported her daughter took possession of a husky loose on the side of the road and was unsure what to do with the dog;

Feb. 14: A County 39 caller reported a deer in the ditch, still alive;

Feb. 15: A 119th Ave. caller reported having pictures of neighbors’ dogs on a trail cam, described as an ongoing issue;

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Feb. 16: An injured deer was reported on the roadway, needing be dispatched; A Bemidji-area caller found a dog on a deer trail; A caller reported a deer dead on the road and wanted a possession tag.

Assaults/Harassment: Feb. 7: A County 4 caller reported her highly intoxicated husband came to her residence and locked her out;

Feb. 8: A possible violation of a domestic abuse no-contact order was reported in Park Rapids; A County 9 caller reported their girlfriend received threatening texts;

Feb. 10: A 190th St. caller reported a verbal domestic incident that happened in January;

Feb. 11: A County 29 caller reported receiving threats by phone;

Feb. 13: A Lakeport Twp. caller reported a domestic issue in which a female who was drinking hit him;

Feb. 14: A Nevis caller reported a suspended student showed up at school and refused to leave; A violation of a domestic abuse no-contact order was reported; A caller reported a friend texted, asking her to call the police for a domestic situation in Menahga;

Feb. 16: A Nevis caller reported their ex-boyfriend was outside their boyfriend’s residence and would not leave.

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Burglaries/Theft: Feb. 7: A living room motion alarm was activated in Lakeport Twp.; A duress alarm was triggered in Akeley; A residential alarm was activated in Lakeport Twp.; A Crow Wing Lake Twp. caller reported a possible phone scam; An alarm was activated in the Park Rapids area and caller on scene said she had set the alarm off and was having trouble canceling it;

Feb. 8: A garage entry alarm was activated in Arago Twp.; A County 16 caller said an unknown vehicle pulled into her driveway, smashed her mailbox, stole her mail and left westbound toward U.S. Hwy. 71;

Feb. 9: A 230th St. caller loaned his vehicle out and had questions about getting it back and insurance;

Feb. 10: A shed front door alarm was triggered in Mantrap Twp. and no keys were available;

Feb. 11: A 149th Ave. caller reported a possible scammer who called, claiming to be with the Border Patrol and saying drugs were seized in caller’s name; A living room motion alarm and a main entry door alarm were activated on 305th Ave.; Someone reported purchases he had no knowledge of, made with his debit card at the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office;

Feb. 12: A commercial burglar alarm and front register motion alarm were activated in Akeley; A 190th St. caller said credit cards and letters were showing up at his address that he didn’t apply for;

Feb. 14: An Akeley business reported a $40 gas drive-off that occurred Feb. 13; A County 36 caller reported someone was trying to use his Social Security number; A Nevis Twp. caller reported a package was delivered to the wrong address and they were refusing to return it;

Feb. 15: A County 6 caller reported an open window at a vacant house; A caller received a suspected scam letter saying she didn’t receive extra coverage for a vehicle she doesn’t own and that she would have to pay extra charges if she doesn’t respond;

Feb. 16: A County 9 caller reported the theft of a propane tank and cant hook.

Fires: Feb. 9: A County 12 caller reported a vehicle exploded and the fire was close to a house;

Feb. 12: A Todd Twp. caller smelled gas outside by their porch;

Feb. 13: A structure fire was reported in Henrietta Twp.

Medical: Feb. 7: An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a female who fell on the floor and couldn't get up; An ambulance was requested in Guthrie Twp. for a male who fell out of bed; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a 2-year-old with a high fever, turning blue, possibly having a seizure;

Feb. 8: An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a female on chemotherapy who had a high fever;

Feb. 9: An ambulance was requested in Crow Wing Lake Twp. for a male with lung cancer having left-side chest pains; An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. for a possible stroke; An ambulance was requested in Guthrie Twp. for a baby who swallowed something and was turning blue;

Feb. 10: An ambulance was requested on 109th Ave. for an elderly male on the floor, described as not very coherent;

Feb. 11: A medical alarm was activated on 169th Ave. but alarm company could not reach subscriber;

Feb. 12: An ambulance was requested for a male in his 90s who was lethargic, confused, having chest pains and possibly having a stroke;

Feb. 14: An ambulance was requested on County 9 for a male who had a seizure and was breathing but not fully alert;

Feb. 15: An ambulance was requested in Rockwood Twp. for an elderly male having an asthma attack;

Feb. 16: A lift assist was requested in Todd Twp. for a male who was unable to get up; An ambulance was requested at the Cass County Line for an 18-year-old female who passed out, woke up but felt like she was going to pass out again; An ambulance was requested on 317th Ave. for a female having an asthma attack.

Miscellaneous: Feb. 7: A Lake Emma Twp. caller was suspicious about vehicle tracks and footprints leading up to the door of neighbors who aren’t there during the winter; A 380th St. caller said her mother was supposed to leave the residence and caller wanted an officer to assist so nothing happens; A caller asked about parking on the side of a gravel road; A Lakeport Twp. caller reported suspicious activity and increased traffic down a dead end road; A 219th Ave. caller was concerned for children’s living arrangements; An open-line 911 call from Todd Twp. had a female voice talking in the background but no sounds of distress; An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle;

Feb. 8: A Henrietta Twp. caller reported snowmobilers came on her property and caused damage; A County 93 caller reported a father took a child out of state without informing the mother; A K-9 assist was requested in Park Rapids; A visitor requested assistance picking up documents from the Department of Labor; A 148th St. caller reported a male possibly went in his barn before leaving the property;

Feb. 9: An open-line 911 call from County 40 featured male and female voices yelling in the background; An open-line call from Lakeport Twp. had dialing sounds but no answer, and when called back there was no answer and no voicemail available;

Feb. 11: A White Oak Twp. caller had questions about some guns; A County 1 caller requested officer assistance with a female who was there to retrieve property but refused to leave;

Feb. 12: A caller reported social media posts indicating underage drinking was occurring in Henrietta Twp.; A caller who was going to purchase an ATV wanted officer assistance to make sure it was not stolen;

Feb. 13: An open-line 911 call from County 18 had static on the line and when called back, a recording said the call could not be completed at that time;

Feb. 14: A State Hwy. 34 business owner reported an individual and their attorney were asking for all the video from a recent incident, and caller had questions but said he usually supplies that type of material to lawn enforcement; A County 36 caller requested a dispatch to their address, then the phone went dead and on callback, the line rang once and disconnected;

Feb. 15: An Akeley caller said his vehicle’s tires were slashed overnight; A Facebook message reported a lost GoPro; A 911 hang-up from Todd Twp. had no answer on first callback attempt, and on second attempt caller said there was no emergency and that children thought it was a play phone;

Feb. 16: Beltrami County reported a 911 misdial from someone on 512th St.; An officer reported littering.

Traffic: Feb. 7: A caller reported someone apparently lost a couple bags of garbage all over the roadway; An officer stopped a snowmobile; A caller reported an unknown traffic hazard in a lane of traffic;

Feb. 8: A wrong-way driver was reported driving toward Cass Lake while on his cell phone; A caller reported debris on the roadway;

Feb. 9: A Pontiac Grand Am with obstructed plates was stopped; An officer assisted a motorist on the side of the road; A vehicle was reported traveling east in the westbound lane; A caller pulled over with flashers on and was not sure where she was;

Feb. 10: A truck with a plow was reported heading north in the wrong lane; A Ford F150 with obstructed plates was stopped;

Feb. 11: An officer assisted a motorist;

Feb. 12: A Chrysler 300 with an obstructed plate was stopped; An officer assisted a motorist;

Feb. 13: An officer reported a driver whose license was canceled as inimical to public safety operating a motor vehicle; An officer assisted a motorist;

Feb. 14: An officer assisted a motorist; Another motorist assist was requested; A vehicle was reported driving at erratic speeds and crossing lines; A Chevy Impala with obstructed plates was stopped;

Feb. 15: An abandoned vehicle was reported partially obstructing a road in Farden Twp.; A railroad reported a traffic hazard at a crossing;

Feb. 16: A caller reported a patch of thin ice on a plowed area near a public access.

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